He’s a thinker, not a writer.
He writes, but only to get the relentless flow of thoughts on paper.
He’s entertaining, not an entertainer.
His speeches are engaging, but only to allow the audience to deeply experience the insights.
He writes more than he speaks, the same way Usain Bolt trains more than he races.
This post was an aha moment last night.
Leaders are visionaries with a poorly developed sense of fear and no concept of the odds against them. – Dr. Robert Jarvik (inventor of the Jarvik-7, an artificial heart)
Perhaps they do have a highly developed sense of fear, but an even greater sense of purpose. Yes?