In the business world we have an overriding metric for entrepreneurial success: money. The evolution of the iPhone from an entire store of individual items into one, easy-to-use handheld device is deemed a success because it generated a lot of money. We don’t have to investigate, wonder or worry if it’s working, we simply look up the sales figures on the Internet and there it is. The iPhone is a success because the metric tells us so.
The few and the true give their lives away in acts of quiet selflessness that naturally follows the footsteps of those who have preceded them on the upward path.