In John Milton's "Paradise Lost," Satan rebels against Heaven to reign in Hell -- a reminder, says Intuit CEO Brad Smith, that the pursuit of power for its own sake seldom pays off. It's more important to focus on finding an organization you can commit to, and letting promotions and power fall into place naturally, Smith says. "In the end, if you have selected the right environment, and have done your job well, all will work out," he explains.
What Intuit's CEO learned from "Paradise Lost"
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