"Great entrepreneurs, Horowitz said, have two key qualities:
The reason for the first one is obvious.
The reason for the second one, Horowitz says, is that the other virtues that everyone wants to see in successful people - honesty, integrity, etc. - all flow from courage. And if you don’t have courage, in times of stress, honesty, integrity, and other virtues can quickly go by the wayside."
(from Yahoo Finance)
The last part about stress and integrity and honesty is so key and it resonates with my recent experiences though I think that the people I was working with were neither courageous or brilliant. “Businessmen” first with they were not driven by any visions or bigger goals and when push came to shove I got shoved as all integrity flew out the window. My mistake, and one I will never make again, is thinking that people without a shared vision will do the right thing.
Fifty Shades of Chicken! LOL
"Kids who play video games like “Manhunt” and “Grand Theft Auto III” are more likely to drive recklessly, according to a new study published in the academic journal Psychology of Popular Media Culture."
Well this helps explain why driving has lately felt like being in a version of SpyCatcher.
Would win a prize even today, esp today (via Bacon Costume, 1894 | Retronaut)