RAGE Managers Make My Day
Remember that old Clint Eastwood movie Dirty Harry? (If you have never seen it, hit up Netflix.) Anyhoo, there is a scene where overly agressive cop Harry points a gun at a man robbing a restaurant and says "Go ahead, make my day." Granted, even said through clenched teeth, I will never be as menacing as Dirty Harry.
But 'make my day' has a different meaning to me...it is a call to action...a call for staffers at Rage to out-perform me in every way.
Today, the Rage management staff does not disappoint. When I assign tasks, in the midst of their busy class schedules, they rise to the occasion.
Check out the audio blogs...listen for new promotional ads for Sports Brawl...read the new music list in the Arrow...check out the links on this website...or maybe just listen to Rage. You will see the evidence of Rage managers at work, and my proud and grateful spector patting them on the back for a job well done.
It's not often that a station manager can say that their organization is running smoothly, regardless of their efforts get in the staff's way.
Today, like many other days, they have managed to "make my day". Thanks, people. I give you props. lol