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February 28, 2020 Daily Post
We know Amazon is a lousy place to work for a lot of people. Underpaid drivers and stressed out middle-managers galore.
We know the Amazon machine has eroded competitors because they need to make profit but Amazon doesn’t.
We don’t have to like Amazon to recognize what they got right:
For meaningful work to compete with whatever the cheapest Prime-ready option is, one must be better than Amazon’s best:
Amazon has set the criteria for what “best” means to them.
But you get to set your own criteria, for the betterment of those you wish to serve, if you choose.
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