Do you want to be right, or do you want to be rich?

I get a lot of things wrong, all the time. That’s because I try out various new things and see what works. Being wrong is ok, being proven wrong by your colleague, or employee is even better. That means you’re hiring people smarter than you on the subject that you are not an expert at.

If you’ve hired people smarter than you, then wouldn’t it be wise to listen to them? Isn’t that the reason why you hired them in the first place? A leader doesn’t have to be right all the time, as long as he/she knows where to go, have the big vision, and reach the goal. You don’t have to be right all the time.

Do you want to be right, or do you want to be rich?

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Aria Rajasa

Aria Rajasa Masna is a passionate businessman with an knack for design, casual fashion and also digital industry. Currently positioned as the head honcho of and Doing his best challenging the impossible on the daily basis.

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