Great men attract other great men. Henry Ford hung out with Thomas Edison and Edison hung out with Ford. They relied on each other for energy and ideas. They were men who bounced ideas off each other and appreciated each other’s company so much, they built houses right next to each other so that they could spend more time together.
Who would have thought? The inventor of the Ford Model T and the inventor of the light bulb?
This chapter made me aware that by surrounding myself with people who I like and who can help build me up, I can reach a higher level than I could by myself. Or, I reach that higher level faster because I have someone in my corner all the way. These were two great inventors, great businessmen, with great ideas and inventive powers, and money. They helped each other.
So if you want to be a great painter, surround yourself with great painters. If you want to be a great athlete, surround yourself with great athletes. If you want to be a successful businessman, surround yourself with successful businessmen.
You’ve got this.
Thank you for reading,
Jack The Dreamer, over and out!
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