“All in all, the effective executive tries to be himself; he does not pretend to be someone else. He looks at his own performance and at his own results and tries to discern a pattern. ‘What are the things,’ he asks, ‘that I seem to be able to do with relative ease, while they come rather hard to other people?’”
Peter F. Drucker

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Peter F. Drucker

Management consultant, educator, author, and "the founder of modern management".