Albert Einstein Quotes: Independent And Stubborn Natures Such As

Independent And Stubborn Natures, Such As Are Particularly Common Among Men Of Learning, Do Not Readily Bow To Another's Will And For The Most Part Only Accept His Leadership Grudgingly. But When Lorentz Is In The Presidential Chair, An Atmosphere Of Happy Cooperation Is Invariably Created, However Much Those Present May Differ In Their Aims And Habits Of Thought. The Secret Of This Success Lies Not Only In His Swift Comprehension Of People And Things And His Marvelous Command Of Language, But Above All In This, That One Feels That His Whole Heart Is In The Business At Hand, And That When He Is At Work, He Has Room For Nothing Else In His Mind. Nothing Disarms The Recalcitrant So Much As This.
— Albert Einstein —

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