Lesson Learned from The New York Knick’s Drama: Short term fixes is never good for long term Business

posted by Geo Friend-Lee on February 11, 2017

The 90′s New York Knicks,
Stood for Toughness and Inspiration,
They were the perfect representation,
Of the city of big dreams and high expectations,
But now,
They are just a perfectly dysfunctional organization,
Great at selling short term hope,
First by bringing on Phil Jackson and resigning Carmelo,
Then acquiring Joakim Noah and Derrick Rose,
But once again,
This Charles Oakley incident just proves,
That putting a small band aid over a deep wound,
Is never the best longterm move,
So to the youth
This is the truth,
Short term fixes is never good for long term business,
So when faced with any decision,
Don’t think short, think long,
Some its best to stop, rebuild and come back strong.

Geo Friend-Lee About Geo Friend-Lee
Geo Friend-Lee
Environmentalist/Journalist/Poet/Educator/Social Entrepreneur.

Geo Friend-Lee About Geo Friend-Lee
Geo Friend-Lee Environmentalist/Journalist/Poet/Educator/Social Entrepreneur.