383. Bezos: attitude:

April 20, 2010 § Leave a comment

This is a good quality for climate thinkers to have.

Amazon.com opened for business in Seattle in July, 1995. Although sales were brisk, it took seven years to generate a profit, and analysts made a sport of predicting its collapse. Bezos was unmoved by criticism. When Charlie Rose, in 2009, asked him to describe his outstanding talent, he said it was his focus on the long term and a “willingness to be misunderstood.”

via The iPad, the Kindle, and the future of books : The New Yorker.


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