How to Keep Your Superstars Performing

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  • Economies can limit inflation by eliminating the influx of $.
  • So, why do world-class economies (e.g., USA! USA!) still have inflation?

Yes, ridiculous inflation is a bad thing (ZIMBABWE KABAM!); but, small, gradual inflation is a good thing because of this son-of-bizitch:

  • Inflation keeps those with a lot of $ investing $ in their economies.
  • As a result, that fattens the economy exponentially more.

For instance, if you sit on the sidelines hoarding your cash, that value of that cash will depreciate; you become $^@$ poorer.

  • So, a sustainably strong economic system ensures that those who don't invest in their economies suffer like a bizitch.

Manageable inflation makes people less complacent.

Yet, what do crazy companies do with their superstars?

  1. 'YAY! You're a superstar! High five to you!'
  2. 'Keep doing what you do! We'll give you bonuses! Always and forever!'

So, they make them complacent instead of keeping them motivated to grow their skills/knowledge/innovation/customers/inventions/etc. further.

As a result:

  • The ridiculous potential for freakish more production from Superstars = idle.
  • The company remains stagnant.
  • The customers get cheapened value.

To keep your superstars humming, build a system where your superstars don't rely on their past successes.

For instance:

  • Low base. High bonuses.
  • Strong incentives to help the company work faster.
  • Increased rewards as Superstar progresses.
  • etc.

Constant Superstars.

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Posted on November 04

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