WHAT DO YOU WANNA BE WHEN YOU GROW UP ?
A does not want to be a machine, or an appendage to a machine, pounding out on the keys of a typewriter the words that someone else has written, or storing away in a file cabinet the record of what someone else has done. Its job must be creative and productive; the job must confront this person with challenges; the job must burden this person with personal responsibility. It will always be an added inducement to this person to take a job if the work will bring it into contact with persons of reputation––celebrities, doers, men and women it can admire and strive to emulate and whose company it can enjoy.