Which Way The Wind Blows



We don’t need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows. but figuring out how it’s going to blow tomorrow is a great skill.”

Yes, that’s insight from Seth Godin.

…spending time on what’s provably true is way less risky than deciding what’s important and using it to predict the future.”

“Our best work involves sorting the important from the rest, along with bringing a point of view and experience to complicated problems. Problems that are interesting because there isn’t a proven, correct answer.

Sure feels like consolidated Radio is being run by weathermen today when what we really need is a leader who will tell us how Radio will grow and succeed next year and in the years after.

I don’t think that will come by cutting expense, slashing local staff and bloviating about our stock price.