Imagine if the Olympics’ Jamaican superstar Usain Bolt was on your staff.
The best at what he does.
Occasionally over the top? Yeah, but most everyone agrees that it’s more than OK.
The WSJ’s outstanding sports columnist Jason Gay (@jasonWSJ) writes about Bolt smashing sport’s "Boring Line" but, with some different examples, the piece could have been about some of radio’s greatest personalities (insert your favorites here).
“What's great about Bolt is that he crashes over this line and nobody cares. He's just too good. The finger pointing, the shhhhh, the push-ups, the bow and arrow, the underappreciated somersault he did after the 100 last Sunday—he does all the things you're allegedly not supposed to do. Doesn't matter. Earth loves Bolt.”
It's a good read if you worry about a talent occasionally being too big for the room.