Wisdom and Insights...
from the Heroes of History
When Senator John F. Kennedy was running for president in 1960, he repeatedly promised to “get America moving again.” The morning after his inauguration a small, jubilant group of his closest staff met in the Oval Office to celebrate his victory. The staff soon departed leaving President Kennedy alone.
Within minutes, Kennedy picked up the phone and called his aide, Ralph Dungan, back into the Oval Office. When Dungan hesitantly reentered, a wide grin spread across Kennedy’s face as he asked: “What do I do now?“
It’s a question we all ask ourselves at times—even if you’re the guy in the most powerful office in the world, even if you’re JFK.