The reasons we win pt. 1

The reasons we win pt. 1

Here's my analysis of why my company, Rhino Media, has grown year after year and attracted a hot bed of young, talented, awesome people in an industry that a lot of creatives want to thrive in. 

No victim mentality allowed: At Rhino, we don't tolerate victim thinking. The rest of society can go ahead and blame their parents, society, the media, politicians, etc, for their problems... but that's not how we do it at Rhino. You're responsible for your own decisions and ultimately have *BY FAR* the greatest amount of influence on your present and future conditions. Victim thinking doesn't cut it at Rhino. 

Commitment to Growth: We have no desire to make the same videos we made 2 years ago or even 2 months ago, if we're not growing, fundamentally, we're dying. That's why we are all committed to personal and professional growth. We don't make the same mistakes over and over again, but we do make a lot of mistakes. We just work to ensure that we don't habitually commit the same sins. Sharing information and knowledge is huge around Rhino, and we often meet as a team to read through books together, and discuss our thoughts about the material. It's awesome. 

Strong Team: The Rhino team is all about building each other up, and making sure we are all on the journey together, looking to grow in our abilities, compliment each other's weaknesses and do what's good for the team. Most of the rest of the media production world doesn't operate this way, but it's how we do it. 


You can bet I'll be posting more of these posts over the coming weeks, thanks for reading. 
If you think you see something about my company that you'd like to share, please do. Often the people inside an organization has less awareness of the culture than those perceiving on the outside, so feel free to offer up any thing you see. 

 

Kill Your Darlings

Kill Your Darlings

Creative projects are bad at first.

Creative projects are bad at first.