One of my first jobs was working with the inventor of the telephone, Alexander Graham Bell.

That’s me in the picture, standing with an arm behind his chair. I was paid to whisper in his ear, “You can do it, you can do it!”

Others told Bell that commissioning me for such services was foolhardy. But Bell was innovative in knowing that we all feel like idiots, and can do wonders with a little inspiration.

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