Who is your business idol?
I was thinking about this today and was ashamed to say I couldn't think of one specific person I point to. I guess I don't have anybody to start the thread with, but I will add mine soon when I think of one.
steve jobs... he started the marketing machine that is apple.. (I'm not even an apple fanboy)
[quote51981e1427="FreeEnterprize Joe"]steve jobs... he started the marketing machine that is apple.. (I'm not even an apple fanboy)[/quote51981e1427]
Same here. I'm an apple fanboi; but mostly I like the quality Apple uses versus MS's thrown-together shit.
My opinion isn't biased, I spent 16 years PC only and still use a PC, but prefer Mac. From my experience, the last good product MS had was Win 98SE.
because without him, TFOAF would just be another gun-wielding kid on the street.
James Cash Penney
I don't have one
Yeah, Lay should be a role model for all! lol
I'd agree with Kidd...Warren Buffet it is.
Some interesting opinions in here definitely. I respect Steve Jobs for his capabilities, but I don't think he is godly in any way. He does deserve some respect for leaving apple and failing so miserably with NEXT and then coming back to his old company, but I feel it is almost negated by the fact he left in the first place to create next.
Andrew Carnegie, Rockefeller and Sam Walton
Benjamin Graham and John Reese.
Warren Buffet, and not just because he's my boss and I'm sucking up. P
Me, because I'm amazing at everything.
Um, I dunno, someone rich and happy?
larry flint. without him we wouldn't have Barely Legal.
I'm going to change mine to Jeffrey Skilling. He was one of the best CEOs.
Truett Cathy is great. I mean, who doesn't love Chick-Fil-A?
My idol is probably Steve Jobs. However, I'm not the biggest an of his controlling mannerisms.
Definitely him ) had a great dream and made it...or so says my story