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Rule No. 1

The value of values

I recently lost a project I was really excited about with a leader I really wanted to work with. I lost it not because they didn’t like our thinking. Not because we weren’t a good fit. Not because of price. I lost it because there was one aspect of how the work had to be done that went against my values, and I stood firm on my values.

The values issue was nothing dramatic. I still deeply admire this leader and would jump at the…

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Articles from Rule No. 1 team members and friends about purpose and values and how organizations can live them in their culture and in the world.

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