Mark Cuban makes more sense

Those of us who are honest will probably admit that the initial impression of Mark Cuban can best be described as a part of my anatomy that one doesn’t get to see without using a mirror. And we’re not talking about my tonsils. However, as time goes on Mr. Cuban seems to be one of the few in business who actually has his head on straight – even if his head is the size of a hot air balloon.

“Slow Road to Wealth, With ‘No Shotcuts'” as reported by Wendy Fried (NY Times, Sun 12 Oct 2008). It’s just a couple paragraphs. Good stuff, right?

And if you never caught Mr Cuban’s “What I’ve Learned” interview that appeared in Esquire magazine ( in late 2006 then it’s strongly recommended you soak that in as well.

The best of the bunch is Cuban’s, “If you’re looking where everybody else is looking, you’re looking in the wrong spot.” Who knew that his ego left some room for this brain.