One of the reasons Edelman is a great firm

I don’t work for Richard Edelman any longer. I left in 2006 to start my own firm.  I do still look up to Richard for a lot of things.  One of the things I most admire about him, is his genuine enthusiasm for what he does. He was raised in the company founded by his father. He probably could have phoned it in and still done very well.  What is the point of this suck up sounding post?  Edelman moved into new offices this week in Lower Manhattan and Steve Rubel posted a video of Richard being excited about the new office.  That’s what I wanted to show. Someone who has worked for a company for 35 years, and genuinely loves coming in to work every day. That’s how you win.


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