Chapter 3. Executive Maturity

When dealing with people, remember you are not dealing with creatures of logic, but creatures of emotion.

Dale Carnegie

Order on the Court: Part One

He was dazzled by the Franklin Wonder Five. Swept up in Hoosier Hysteria along with the rest of the state. Most of the Wonder Five had followed their high school coach, Griz Wagner, to Franklin College, and now they were simply dominant, steamrolling over opponents big and small—Notre Dame, Illinois, Purdue, Wisconsin, any and all comers.

The way they moved the ball around, sharing it so unselfishly. The way they hustled, each man inspiring the other. How they passed and moved, how they worked as a single, fluid unit, how they kept their game faces no matter what the circumstances—watching ...

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