Should you work for a big company first, or stay as far away from them as possible? Read the debate and weigh in.As an Inc.com columnist it's my job to take a position. (Columnists who don't have opinions also don't have readers.) The result, though, is a one-sided conversation where the natural exchange of ideas between people gets lost.Sometimes I'm right. Sometimes I'm wrong.Mostly I'm a combination of the two, because in business for every rule there's an entrepreneur who proves the exception to that rule. My way is not your way, and neither is the right way..
I used to hate dropping cash at the coffee giant. Now I love it. Here’s what the retail star has taught my company.A few weeks ago, I was stranded in the airport in Atlanta, and found myself in search of one thing: a Starbucks.It was a little surprising: I used to hate Starbucks, or at least what I thought it stood for. I grew up on Dunkin Donuts (I’m still a fan), and the thought the idea of saying ‘venti’ instead of ‘large’ was annoying on many levels
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