A successful businessman may fail but his most distinguishing characteristic is that he never quits. He learns from every experience. He grows through failures on his way to success. All the lights on our journey toward success are constantly changing. We move forward on green, are cautious on yellow, and wait for the reds to turn green. We may hesitate but we don’t stop. And a detour is just another way to get to our destination… success.
This book is about 60 years of business successes and failures. People changed, society changed, technology changed, government changed and the author changed. The common denominator was change… one of the few things in life that is guaranteed. We have a choice. We can react to change or we can respond to change. Our choice will determine our future. From the city to the farm, from university to the operating rooms in Viet Nam and the jungles of Central America, from good patient care to professional politics, from business successes and failures, the author showcases each learning experience. When he learned to embrace change and grow, he learned how to tap into the vast resources of knowledge that we all have around us. It is empowering. It is the nuclear ingredient for success. It is available to anyone who has the dream to succeed.
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