"I flunked English A a couple of times at Stanford and it was a very debilitating, depressing thing for me to do that because I always thought I was pretty bright. I didn't realize how incompetent I was in the skill of writing."
What did Charles Schwab learn from flunking English in college? He couldn't do everything alone and needed a team of people to help build and grow his dream. We can all benefit from this important lesson. When we recognize we need help, we can find people who can support us in those areas.
"A lot of people who are brilliant entrepreneurs think they can do everything and they don't develop the team that they need to have in order to accomplish the various levels that you're going to reach in your growth curve as a successful company."