Monday, December 4, 2006

Character and Skiing: An Analogy?

An old professional friend (the lawyer for another side in a deal many years ago) switched firms becauseSki his broke up.  He commented:  "That type of event does not seem to bring out the best in people."

Character is like skiing.  It's easy to hold your form when the hill is gentle and smooth; it's much tougher when it's steep, icy, and full of moguls.

[Jeff Lipshaw]

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