The truly remarkable thing about Roy Orbison was his on-stage stillness. He was as immobile and expressionless as anyone can be who is flood lit, working a guitar and nailing a high ‘A’.
Remembered for his elegance and modest kit. Lionized for what he didn’t do.
The way of Tao: Less, not more. Fewness, not many. The path of under-stimulation.
True leadership is modest and self-effacing. When what needs to be done is done, the people say, “We did it ourselves.”
Keep 10 percent to your self. There’s no need to disclose everything, especially when you’ve expressed a good or conferred a benevolence.