Subtitle: An American Life
By: Walter Isaacson
- Person of good sense rarely dispute. It leads to only problems. Confrontations are not good
- Used the Socratic method to draw people to make conceptions
- Great networker
- Great at reinventing himself
- Resistance to establishment authority
- Nothing is useful if not honest.
- Loved the sarcastic method.
- Gentle nudges.
- He was an entrepreneur and a gifted networker.
- Knowledge is obtain via the ear and not the tongue.
- Use silence wisely.
- Never highlight direct contributions.
- Suggest differences indirectly.
- Never looked inflammatory.
- His romantic ideas were similar to mine.
- I had been catholic and shipwrecked and survived, I’d built a church to some saint, since I am not, I’d built a light house