From Mustard Seed Money…
“Richard Jenrette is most famous for co-founding the investment bank Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette in 1959, before it got acquired by Credit Suisse for $11.5 billion. In 957 Jenrette graduated from Harvard.
He said that his experience at Harvard Business School changed his life. Most valuable to him was learning their methodology on finding solutions based on the “big picture” and not always focusing in on specifics.
After he died in April of 2018, a note was found on his desk entitled “What I Learned (How to Succeed) (and Have a Long and Happy Life),” with 24 rules on how to get ahead in finance and in life.”