Built Fast, Intended to Last
Are your goals aligned with your organization?
When Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak built the Mac computer, they built it fast but intended for it to last.
It was intended to be a device, not just for the moment, but of lasting impact.
They sought to build something of lasting impact for themselves and everyone they knew who was into computing.
Similarly, every aspect of Auben has been built with long-term buy-and-hold investors in mind.
Built by leaders who are investors first and foremost, Auben was forged by decisions for the long-term benefit of our investor clients and the communities their properties exist in.
From our sales team to project management to property management and maintenance, every action is viewed through the lens of what it might mean for our investors, their investments, and its impact on our communities.
This week’s words reference the intention behind Jobs’ Apple which is part and parcel to Auben’s motto of building the foundation for 50 years.
“The older I get, the more I’m convinced that motives make so much difference. HP’s primary goal was to make great products. And our primary goal here is to make the world’s best PCs—not to be the biggest or richest.”
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