The willingness to share financial risks and rewards is just one indicator of a company’s spiritual health.
The point is simply that there is a right time to keep silent and a right time to speak.
The right way to make money is the old-fashioned way—honest work, done a day at a time.
Of course, this parable isn’t just about the money.
By the time he retired in 2000, the company’s income had quintupled and market cap increased by $27 billion.