Season 3 is comparatively more dramatic, and perhaps more case-focused than our previous seasons, but I do think that we get enough of what makes us love this series, to make this worth the watch.
Alongside – and often, in the midst of – the bigger cases that Show serves up, we get to see our characters grow in themselves, and in their relationships with one another, as they wrestle with the various challenges that come their way.
And, along with all that, Show does give us the warm, hopeful feels, along with lashings of poignance, that we’ve come to know and love, from this series.
Surprise, everyone! We have another guest post today! 🥳
Today, we have Sean sharing with us his various insights into how well the CEOs in our beloved dramas stack up – when compared to real life.
As many of you might know, Sean’s had a lot of experience in both the CEO life, and the drama life (we have no idea how he’s managing such a full existence on both planes; he must be existing in multiple dimensions – but that’s another story for hopefully another day! 😁).
And therefore, Sean’s probably one of the best positioned people on the planet, to comment on such a comparison.
This post was first published on Sean’s own blog, where he regularly writes about leadership. You can check out his blog here, and the original post here.
Thank you phl1rxd, for suggesting this, and thank you so much Sean, for allowing me to share your fabulous post in this space!