Bruce Springsteen has been been in the press the last few weeks, promoting his new album, High Hopes. He has been interviewed by Rolling Stone, NPR, and appeared on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" as both the couch and musical guest. He even played a third song that Fallon released as an online exclusive and did a Born To Run parody that's gone viral. After the public appearances died down, and before his upcoming shows in South Africa, Bruce stopped by the Light of Day benefit concert in Asbury Park last weekend. It wasn't completely unexpected. Bruce has played this benefit many times in the past with his friend, Joe Grushecky.
Hard work is a timeless attribute. But if you are working with antiquated information and tools, how far can you really get? In business, it's not enough to rely on past successes. As you read in my last blog, I took my family to Disney World last month. We rode "It's a Small World" at least three times. I don't think the ride has changed since I was a kid. It's timeless.