Is this all that made Leonardo da Vinci different, a curiosity about life, a desire to learn more, asking great questions and keeping a note book full of reflections? The great questions included in one of the books exercises were to ask these questions: who, what, when, where and why. This book has some interesting facts about Leonardo but it doesn't really teach the reader how to think like him. It appears the author focused on his writing style and missed the mark connecting the title to the actual content of the work.
To copy Jobs' style of leadership would probably be a disaster. After listening to his "come back," it sounds more like he lucked out with Pixar. I certainly was not impressed. Perhaps success at a young age hindered his maturity.
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