Historically, there are some interesting one-liners, spoken by famous men, that reflect an obvious lack of vision. For example… …In 1943, IBM Chairman Thomas J. Watson said: “I think there’s a world market for about five computers. …In 1946, Daryl F. Zanuck, head of the 20th Century Fox film studio said: “TV won’t be able to hold on to any market. People will soon get tired of staring at a plywood box.” …In 1911, France’s top military commander, Marshal Foch, said: “Airplanes are interesting toys, but are of no military use.” …William everett, who ran the U.S. Patent Office in the early part of this century, said that he would soon have to close up shop because “Everything had already been invented.” (Among the hundreds of thousands of new inventions that he missed: television…ball point pens… jet planes…Walkman radios…disposable diapers.) Where there is no vision, the Bible tells us, people perish.
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