One day, my mom tried the medicine to see what it tasted like. And she said it was the most bitter, awful medicine. When she was telling me about this recently, she said, “I think one of the things about you is that you don’t complain about something you have to do.” And I think this is a leadership lesson, too. You have to swallow many bitter pills in your life. You just can’t keep complaining about how life should be. You’ve got to accept the way you have to run your life and then do the very best you can.

Heute Morgen gelesen im Interview von Rakesh Kapoor mit The New York Times. Auch der Rest des Interviews ist empfehlenswert und sollte von euch mal angeschaut werden!

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