I picked up a book of anecdotes. Here is the first of excerpts --

July 27, 2008 12:12pm CST
The chewing gum King - the Great (now Late) William Wrigley was once riding on a train with a friend. The friend asked him why he continued to spend so much of money on advertisements and publicity, when his chewing gum is know well all over the world. Mr.Wrigley could not answer immediately. But, a few minutes later, he asked -- How fast that train was going at. The friend replied, "about 60 miles an hour." "Then," Mr.Wrigley pointed out, "Why doesn't the railway company remove the engine and let the train travel at its own momentum?" Friends, Keep improvising and keep innovating. You shall be successful. -----PLEASE post some good anecdotes here---------
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