Do the Right Thing at the Right Time

Brutus was the one who uttered the words: "There is a tide in the affairs of men, which taken at the flood, leads on to fortune." At least he did this in Shakespeare’s play Julius Caesar. As events would later prove, Brutus may have been correct about the tide’s existence, but he must have missed it. However, Drucker would have agreed completely that such a tide existed and would probably have gone further to suggest that timing was mightily important, even for an assassination, an...
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