I found that spending time around “old people” — specifically ones that have survived war’s crucible — helped me learn priceless things about business, family, community, country…and the world.
As a little boy, I drew WWII airplanes on our kitchen table, captivated by the lore of aerial combat. So many years later, as an executive hungry for better ways to succeed, I got to meet the very pilots who powered my crayons. Today, I am surrounded by men and women who temper their incredible experiences with the practical wisdom that comes from “life.”
Today, my art is in galleries/museums/collections in at least 14 countries, my blog is read by thousands every month and films have earned acclaim world-wide.
One of my drawings is to the right —> the story behind it is pretty cool.