This recent article, which carved a path through LinkedIn and might well have irritated a few editors, caught our eye as well:
So, is it acceptable for someone who is rich and famous to be sloppy while it’s unacceptable for anyone else?
What about the statement: “As the boss, you can make as many mistakes as you want. Cutting corners is a time-saving mechanism that doubles as a display of dominance”? Should not the boss set an example, communicating in a way that should be imitated?
Where’s the line between appearing “important” and “incompetent”? Is there street cred in being sloppy? And does anyone really want to run the risk of being misunderstood or giving the wrong impression?