Failing, To Succeed
Dave Balter

It takes an incredible amount of self-awareness to be able to say, “This is amazing, it’s my baby — I built it, but I’m not the one who should be in the driver’s seat.”

A lot of CEOs are far too driven by ego to realise this, and I applaud the fact that you were mature enough to realise that you weren’t the one to realise the vision of the company even if you were the one to set it.

It’s a wise choice from the company to keep you around as a Chairman.

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