The year is 1962. The public approval rating for US president John F. Kennedy is dipping. And dipping fast. It’s fallen from the once incredible 83% to a merely average 62%.
That’s the time when his old friend — and Republican Party member Clare Boothe Luce — gives him a piece of advice.
Her advice is simple: stop doing so many things. Stop catering to everyone. Concentrate.
A great man is one sentence.
~ Clare Boothe Luce