Regulation and Innovation, Can Businesses Do Both?

Brian Chesky, Airbnb CEO who prioritizes false creativity and innovation without any accountability
and even admits that they pay million to dodge lawsuits
Bob Chapek, Disney CEO who is a master at both innovation and business regulation

Life seems to be all about storytelling and the stories we create in our minds. Is this a good or bad thing?

It can be both.

As a team full of integrity at, we pride ourselves on being creative innovators but responsibility and accountability always coming first.

In our last article, we talked about the creativity of Airbnb wasting a million dollars to have people turn their homes into shoes, baked potatoes, and other designs of their choice.

We also talked about integrity and how we researched and found out that they pay major PR firms to be creative and hide their scandals of people and families that they have harmed.

The response we got after posting our last article was “We are very sorry for the tragic loss of your team’s mascot and family. However, our platform is to induce creativity and innovation amongst our patrons.”

I call bullshit!

Airbnb just decides to use their own as well as their PR firm’s creativity to cover up their crimes and negligence.

Real innovators are Disney and Warner Bros. who put tons of work and effort into their projects and have regulatory systems and policies which ensure that integrity and safety come first.

This is what we call “conscious leadership”, the big word of today that people use on the daily without backing it up.

Again, we call bullshit!

Unless you walk your talk, your fate will be nothing in a society that is ever changing and not so much for the good.

Just as Airbnb uses their so called creativity and innovative PR (Let the reader decide!) to pump up patrons and randomly throw out money (which reminds me of this dialogue from the movie Wolf of Wall Street with Leonardo Dicaprio):

“See those little black boxes? They are called telephones. I’m gonna let you in on a little secret about these telephones. They’re not gonna dial themselves! Okay? Without you, they’re just worthless hunk of plastic. Like a loaded M16 without a trained Marine to pull the trigger. And in the case of the telephone, it’s up to each and every one of you, my highly trained Strattonites, my killers. My killers who will not take no for an answer! My fucking warriors who’ll not hang up the phone, until their client either buys or fucking dies!

Let me tell you something. There is no nobility in poverty. I’ve been a rich man, and I’ve been poor man. And I choose rich every fucking time. Cause, At least as a rich man, when I have to face my problems, I show up in the back of a limo wearing a $2000 suit …and a $40,000 gold fuckin’ watch!

Now, if anyone here thinks I’m superficial or materialistic, go get a job at fucking McDonald’s, because that’s where you fucking belong! But, before you depart this room full of winners, I want you to take a good look at the person next to you, go on. Because sometime in the not-so-distant future, you’re pullin’ up to a red light in your beat-up old fucking Pinto, and that person’s gonna pull up right alongside you in a brand new Porsche, with their beautiful wife by his side, who’s got big voluptuous tits. And who will you be next to? Some disgusting wildebeest with three days of razor-stubble in a sleeveless moo-moo, crammed in next to you with a carload full of groceries from the fucking Price Club! That’s who you’re gonna be sitting next to.

So, you listen to me and you listen well. Are you behind, on your credit card bills? Good. Pick up the phone and start dialing. Is your landlord ready to evict you? Good. Pick up the phone and start dialing. Does your girlfriend think you’re a fucking loser? Good. Pick up the phone and start dialing! I want you to deal with your problems, by becoming rich! All you have to do today …is pick up that phone, and speak the words that I have taught you. And I’ll make you richer than the most powerful CEO of the United States of fucking America. I want you to go out there, and I want you to RAM Steve Madden’s stock down your clients’ throats. Till they fucking choke on it till they choke on it and buy 100,000 shares! That’s what I want you to do.

You’ll be ferocious! You’ll be relentless! You’ll be telephone fucking terrorists! Now, let’s knock this Motherfucker out of the park!”

Airbnb doesn’t care about anyone but themselves.

We now know that all the strategies of Airbnb come from watching movies like Wolf of Wall Street, War Dogs, and Wag The Dog.

Are Brian Chesky and Joe Gebbia still on million dollar air mattresses watching these movies for business strategies? Let the reader decide.

Once again, we call bullshit on all ends!

Can you be compassionate and an innovator as well as a conscious leader at the same time?

I say yes and a big fat no to Airbnb, who needs to take Conscious Leadership 101.

Our conclusion: it’s all fake creativity and fake short-term innovation.

Let the reader decide.

Bottom line: they dismissed the tragedy that was caused by their negligence and tried to cover it up by telling us that their platform is only for up and coming innovators.

What does one have to do with the other?

This is the destruction of our modern youth and their mental health.

It’s ridiculous competitions like Airbnb that increasingly ruin the mental health of our society.

There are no quick fixes in life, especially to this problem.

Our culture is changing rapidly and we must stand tall and keep our moral code.

So once again, Disney or Airbnb? Let the reader decide.


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