“There will never be a perfect time to start something new, and you will rarely be given permission to start from someone else.”
Co-author of Start Within
people who invest in an unmanageable abstraction, then panic when it underperforms, are very entertaining.
Coelho was unabashedly partisan, even by the standards of an already partisan age. “You know, politics reminds me of driving a car,” he once remarked. “You put it in D and you go forward. You put it in R and you go backward.”1