When Irving S. Olds was chairman of the U.S. Steel Corporation, he arrived for a
stockholders' meeting and was confronted by a woman who asked, "Exactly who are you
and what do you do?" Without batting an eye, Olds replied, "I am your chairman.
Of course, you know the duties of a chairman--that's someone who is roughly the equivalent
of parsley on a platter of fish."
Bits & Pieces, June 27, 1991, p.7
People who matter are most aware that everyone else does too.
Malcolm S. Forbes, The Sayings of Chairman Malcolm.
Not everything that counts can be counted. Not everything that can be counted
Dr. Charles Garfield.