Crow hated meetings. He saw no point in sitting around listening to people talk about business when they could be out there doing business. All companies he had worked for had an equal view on how important meetings were to a thriving business. When Crow started his own business he was determined that meetings would only happen once in a blue moon. Maybe other companies valued meetings but Crow and his employees values not having meetings more.
Lesson: This lesson is inspired by the Rescue a CEO Post “Rebel in the Workplace – Entrepreneurs Share How They Buck the Norm“