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Gloria Lin

Reading this post led me to read your interview with Brad Bird, after which I ended up reading the entire book referenced (the Pixar Touch). Great read. Inspiring company!

Gede Manggala

Thanks for a great post! I missed the chance to protect my team in the past...

Walter Underwood

For more detail about those days at Pixar, read Droidmaker by Michael Rubin.

Brandon Jones

This is a great blog post! I have a great admiration for leaders that truly have their employees' best interest in mind. These types of leaders act in line with what they say. Because they act according to their words, the actions give clarity to their words. Thanks, Brandon

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