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What do you think of when you hear the word “rainmaker”?
For many of you, the term triggers a flashback to the 1997 movie starring Matt Damon and Danny DeVito… in which a lawyer fresh out of law school wins a $50 million settlement against a large corporation.
Rainmaker also has political inferences.
For example, by showing up to a dinner for the Indiana Republican Party, Donald Trump Jr. casually raised $400,000… breaking the fundraising record of every previous keynote speaker who attended the dinner. In response, Bloomberg News called Trump Jr. a Republican “rainmaker.”
A rainmaker is “any person who brings clients, money, business or even intangible prestige to an organization based solely on his or her associations and contacts,” says Investopedia.
Forbes refers to rainmakers as “the people who seemingly magically cause the revenue to come in, ensuring prosperity for their organizations.”
What an awesomely expressive and descriptive word.
Yet in its purest form, there’s only one true rainmaker. In fact, the difference between the world’s top rainmaker and every other person or entity competing against it could run as high as a trillion dollars.
This powerful rainmaker is, of course, Apple.
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