In an interview with David Remnick a few years back, Reed Hastings, the CEO of Netflix called strategy, painful, especially when you have unlimited resources. that’s because there’s no need for risk or ironically, pain.
The rest of the world, including Netflix, is forced to decide who, and what you are, and where, and how you will exist by implementing limited resources in ways that make your existence durable.
Hastings went on to describe strategy as a big long list of things that you will NOT do. In the case of Netflix, their strategy is to not be in the live sports or pay per view business and the like.
That strategy is or was incredibly true of Chance the Rapper…
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