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A Book By Jimmy Carter Led Me to Work for Richard Branson

When I was younger, I knew very little about the Middle East or more specifically, Israel, beyond what I learned in the Methodist Sunday school and Catholic elementary school I attended in Washington, D.C. These lessons were, naturally, mostly devoted to the construction of cotton ball and black Crayola crayon sheep, punctuated by the retelling of biblical parables in language applicable to a child’s life—“don’t steal your neighbor’s crayon because: God.” I also knew precious little about American politics.

‘Talking Peace’ provided a perspective on leadership as a combination of stubbornness, a moral compass, and an appetite for risk.

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