As an entrepreneur, I have come across many a situation where I've had to make something work and not have the proper resources. When I started my company, I was operating off of pieced together computers and out-of-date copies of industry software. I have managed to learn how to scan computers and systems by modifying software and hardware in order to work as functional diagnostic equipment. I have made a habit of finding a way when others couldn't. I improvise.
Over the past couple of years, Marvel has made its way from an exclusive of nerd basements (like mine) to the forefront of mainstream entertainment. They have become one of the greatest forces in Hollywood, and a titan of a marketing machine as a subsidiary to Disney. But endlessly most memorable are the campy capers of Marvel's most heroic hype-man, Stan Lee. Let's learn his four fantastic fundamentals.
Sometimes the best examples of leadership come from the minds of creatives and not from the real world. The reason is simple; characters in books, television, and other medium are often created to be the representation of everything humanity strives to be. Today, we will learn from one of the greatest examples of what humanity should be. We'll take a look at Marvel Comics' Captain America and learn his greatest trait.