The question is not “what do you want to do?”but rather “what do you want to build?”
Great ideas, plans and products all have relatively imminent expiry dates.Great teams, and team cultures, last. They are what matters most.
People could disagree with us on that, but then they’d be wrong.
Flinks is the result of timing and complementarity, transformed into vision.
No, we’re not a family
Unconditional acceptance is not one of our preferences.
Here are some of our beliefs:
Small teams have the power to accomplish great feats.
David did beat Goliath.
Speed of learning is a better accelerator of success than speed of execution.
Some prefer to put success in the hands of luck. Not us.
Compulsiveness is a disease.
Irresistible emotional urges are irresistible urges to fail.
Hard work is irrelevant.
It’s not their fault if other people work faster than you.
Results are the only source of professional satisfaction.
Satisfaction from any other source is personal satisfaction.
Here are some of our principles:
Maintain a clear, unified vision
Leaders must enable their team to apply focus on findinghow to tackle challenges, not which challenges to tackle.
Adequate work is inadequate
Flinks cannot afford average.
Follow traction, not fantasies
Traction doesn’t lie.
Plan what you intend to realize.
Deliver often, adapt when needed, and learn always.
What’s next for You?
If that’s You, and you’re exceptional at your trade, it’s now on you to find your way in.
Take a look at the people devoting the better part of their life building Flinks.
Take a look at the people whose bank accounts were useful to launching Flinks.