High-res Really applicable to so many types of biz.
My fav is #2. 

Here are 5 rules for growing your business like a baller from the team behind the highly successful NYC Meatball Shop.
1. Keep it simple.
2. Embrace f—-ups.
3. Play with your food.
4. Pick your battles, know your strengths.
5. Let the neighborhood drive the vibe.
BONUS VIDEO: 5 rules for making a great meatball

Really applicable to so many types of biz.

My fav is #2. 

Here are 5 rules for growing your business like a baller from the team behind the highly successful NYC Meatball Shop.

1. Keep it simple.

2. Embrace f—-ups.

3. Play with your food.

4. Pick your battles, know your strengths.

5. Let the neighborhood drive the vibe.

BONUS VIDEO: 5 rules for making a great meatball


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  4. ekinci reblogged this from fastcompany and added:
    Love this… Start small, think big, embrace the journey!
  5. animalmanufacturing reblogged this from fastcompany and added:
    Much love to our Meatball Shop buddies.
  6. amithomus reblogged this from fastcompany and added:
    I have to be proud about their use of “baller” in the first sentence. Hmm let’s see, so he’s got lots of money - Check!...
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  10. jeaninehughes reblogged this from fastcompany and added:
    Really applicable to so many types of biz. My fav is #2.
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  12. jimmymadoza reblogged this from fastcompany and added:
    Good piece of advice:-)
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    Sounds good to us!
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