GUEST POST from Mike Shipulski
Success demands people do what they did last time.
Success blocks fun.
Success walls off all things new.
Success has a half-life that is shortened by doubling down.
Success eats novelty for breakfast.
Success wants to scale, even when it’s time to obsolete itself.
Success doesn’t get caught from behind, it gets disrupted from the bottom.
Success fuels the Innovator’s Dilemma.
Success has a short attention span.
Success scuttles things that could reinvent the industry.
Success frustrates those who know it’s impermanent.
Success breeds standard work.
Success creates fear around making mistakes.
Success loves a best practice, even after it has matured into bad practice.
Success doesn’t like people with new ideas.
Success breeds success, right up until the wheels fall off.
Success is the antidote to success.
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