Articles tagged “for the long haul”

Original Disruptor Southwest Airlines Survives on Ruthless Business Savvy

Original Disruptor Southwest Airlines Survives on Ruthless Business Savvy

P.E. Moskowitz, Skift

Southwest has survived by being different. That gets harder, but the lessons of its past success may help define its legacy. The Texas-based airline is one of the subjects in Skift’s recent sixth anniversary book, For the Long Haul, Lessons on Business Longevity, whose chapters we are excerpting for you here.

1 month ago

South by Southwest’s Formula for How to Keep Them Coming Back to Austin

South by Southwest’s Formula for How to Keep Them Coming Back to Austin

Andrew Zaleski, Skift

Is it tough to keep it cool and relevant? You bet. But the South by Southwest festival in Austin has found some secrets to packing 'em in every year. SXSW is one of the subjects in Skift’s recent sixth anniversary book, For the Long Haul, Lessons on Business Longevity, whose chapters we are excerpting for you here in the coming weeks.

2 months ago

6 Lessons for Travel on the Long-Haul Business Payoff

6 Lessons for Travel on the Long-Haul Business Payoff

Noah Davis

This must-read introduction is the first excerpt from Skift's recent digital book For the Long Haul, in celebration of our sixth anniversary.

2 months ago

Skift Marks 6 Years With This Digital Book Celebrating Business Longevity

Skift Marks 6 Years With This Digital Book Celebrating Business Longevity

Tom Lowry, Skift

Going slow to go fast. Less is more. Less is human. Patience. Sounds like crazy ideas to build a company around in today's world, right? But this is the culture that has brought Skift to its sixth anniversary today. To recognize our achievement, we are proud to offer you this digital book we created on the business of longevity.

3 months ago

Skift Is 6 — Patience: The Radical New Business Model

Skift Is 6 — Patience: The Radical New Business Model

Rafat Ali, Skift

Imagine, because of some catastrophe, the media company you know suddenly shuts down tomorrow. Will anyone miss it, and will the disappearance of said company harm the ecosystem at large in various ways? The key is to move toward making yourself indispensable, by adding enough value.

3 months ago