Spotted this in the hallway of the Edelman Chicago Office. I've worked at a few very special places in my career and one of the things that tie those places together is that in each case, the powers--that-be have done far *more* than simply paid lip service to cultivating a strong, unique culture. They lived it. While the business results and the 'setting' (like what the office looks like) are important, the concept of a culture is far more important in recruiting and retaining the brightest minds in the world. I'm excited everyday about the people and the challenges my team is tackling. Onward.