There’s a story about an aging Walt Disney who was in his studio one day and met a young boy, and it goes like this:
“Do you draw Mickey Mouse?” the boy asked.
“No, I don’t draw any more,” Disney replied.
“Do you make up all the jokes and ideas?”
“No, I don’t do that either.”
“Well, then, what do you do, Mr. Disney?”
After a thoughtful pause, Walt Disney smiled at the boy and said, “Well, sometimes I think of myself as a little bee. I go from one area of the studio to another and gather pollen and sort of stimulate everybody. I guess that’s the job I do.”
John DiJulius is the Walt Disney of John Robert’s. In Secret Service, John demonstrates how the most effective leaders continuously strive to bring together the right people, give them ...