There is a great deal of deference, a great deal of respect shown to one another, and a great deal of teamwork. There is also a lot of competitiveness and a lot of testosterone and estrogen, and that's just wonderful.
I don't know what drives me, I don't have a clue, but I'm driven more today than I ever have been.
I guess maybe another gift I have is a great work ethic.
But because our organization has grown so much and in so many different ways, the delegation process places responsibility and authority on the shoulders of people you can watch grow and watch the way they treat others.
I have to do something with my mind, or I'll get in trouble.
I understand the common man because I understand me in that regard at least.
I'm not afraid of failing. I don't like to fail. I hate to fail. But I'm not afraid of it.
You do have to delegate as you grow.
In Europe we could do it, if we fly as soon as the event is over.
I would dare say that most anyone in public life, if they stay in public long enough, is not treated fairly.
I think there are certain business matters which we must now conduct differently than we used to.
We do have our finger on the pulse of the marketplace, if for no other reasons than having all these live events and listening to our audience all the time.
One of the problems with the Internet is that a lot of times it is inaccurate.
We're going to be treated very poorly, I think that goes with the territory, and you have to get over it, get beyond it and know who you are among your peers and especially among your family when you look in the mirror.
The biggest thrill in the world is entertaining the public, there is no bigger thrill than that.