Google turned 14 years old this week. Coincidentally, my son is also 14 years old. While these events are certainly unrelated, they both created change–in a good way.
Surprisingly, Google was initially called ‘BackRub,’ which sounds a bit crazy now that we’re all accustomed to the name ‘Google.’ However, I’ll bet there were plenty of people at the company who questioned the space-age, quirky name of ‘Google.’ Somehow, the decision-makers stuck to their guns.
What’s going on at your company or public accounting firm that might seem a bit “out there,” but requires a firm stance because it’s what you believe to be right?
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