The Hill to Die on

This is a concept that I learned from my old boss, and it is a pretty simple concept: When running a company that isn’t wholly owned by you, you are going to be responsible for shareholder expectations. Your job is to do what they have asked you to do and achieve what they have expected. Regardless of your title, they are your boss and are not the one on the ground, fighting tooth and nail with suppliers, partners, customers, to grow, you are. Bosses don’t necessarily see these struggles. So when they do ask you to do something or achieve something, chances are there will be times where you have to fight back. The hill to die on concept comes from knowing which fights you back down from and

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