We are on a roll here. Here is the next message from Richard Koch!
"Very few great things can be done without the help of a few other people.
Collaborators. Kindred spirits, but separate people.
Schools and universities – and even companies – are very bad at teaching you how to collaborate. It’s a great skill. How do you learn to collaborate?
Choose your collaborator or collaborators carefully. People you like. But people who are different and therefore genuinely additive. Be considerate. Listen to them. Nine-tenths of collaboration is listening. The other tenth is delivering what you say you will deliver."