Focusing on making a partnership work is more profitable than focusing on making money.
Love your employees more than you love your clients.
The best new business is your current business.
Price projects by asking yourself what the client’s lawyer would charge.
It’s better to be hired for your work than for your price.
When it comes to getting paid, the first of the month is better than the thirtieth.
Making money off mechanicals, printing and computers turns your business into a commodity.
The books in your library are more important than the numbers on your balance sheet.
In order to love your work, take vacations.
Power, in business, comes from sharing money and valuing love.
Insights about business by late William Drenttel from a 1991 talk he gave at the AIGA National Design Conference in Chicago.
Something for me to remember as I return to work I love from a week’s holiday mooching about London, taking pictures, catching up on cinema and relaxing.