From Jack Yoest....
"How does Peter Drucker write so much and write so clearly?"
All writers have that moment of looking at a blank page before words form. But Drucker wrote some 30 books.
Mr. Russell shook his head in disbelief. "Peter would start with a large yellow legal pad and write out page after page after page. His first draft."
"Lots of writers do that," I said. "But maybe on a computer."
"Sure," says Russell leaning forward. "But Drucker then rips it up. Throws it out. He never keeps any first draft."
He went on to explain that Drucker knew his subject with such depth and richness that he would use the draft merely as a warm-up exercise before doing the 'real writing.'
"I am for the free market. Even though it doesn't work too well, nothing else works at all. But I have serious reservations about capitalism as a system because it idolises economics as the be-all and end-all of life."
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