My biggest mistake

My biggest mistake

My biggest mistake was listening too much to people who were well spoken and not enough to the quiet person in the corner, who might not have the social skills to speak up in meetings but actually was the one who would push the world forward.
It takes some extra effort, yes, but when you meet a pioneer you’ll probably think they are mighty difficult. Stick in there, because they will show you a world that only exists in their head right now. – Bill Watkins (Former CEO of Seagate)


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