You don’t have to be mean-spirited to be successful, says legendary Kiss musician Gene Simmons. In his book, “On Power: My Journey Through the Corridors of Power and How You Can Get More Power,” Simmons explains that there is a difference between aggressive victory-oriented behavior and malicious behavior.
Billionaire Warren Buffett has become so successful, writes Simmons, because he does a stellar job of walking that fine line.
“[Buffett] is, by all accounts, a decent man with a high moral compass,” writes Simmons, who was recently banned from Fox News for his behavior. “Though he aggressively pursues his goals, he seems to do so without earning anyone’s particular ire.”
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