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What made Crowley an effective king, and businessman, was his diligence. Being lazy wasn’t in his wheelhouse. He’d begin his day deciding what needed to be dealt with promptly, what would require the most attention, and then planned accordingly.
If something stood in his way, he found a way around it. Giving up, or in, was not an option. It would show weakness, which he was not.
Sitting on his throne, he looked calm, and relaxed. Truth was, he was not only going over the soul count for that quarter, but was working on ways to make them more efficient, and boost his numbers. He could have turned to his advisors, but that would be passing off work that he could easily do himself.
Every time he was summoned by the Winchesters, his blood boiled. He would then have to replan the remainder of his day. They caused him to waste time. Sure, he had all the time in the world, but that didn’t mean he wanted to fill it with idle chit-chat or trying to hunt down information for them.
What made Crowley an effective king, was his ability to get things done.