It's the Warriors that get serious and bring a laser-focused application of effort behind ONE plan or strategy that take their business to the next level. So, should you put all your eggs in one basket? Andrew Carnegie thought so:
"But there's one literary mystery I want to see cleared up tonight!" said Mr. Carnegie. "It has been rumored that I am an author. I am. I will confess it now that I hold Mark Twain's affidavit - his signature - that I am the joint author of 'Pudd'nhead Wilson.' I can prove that the following passage was taken bodily from the lips of Andrew Carnegie:
" 'The fool saith in his heart: Do not put all your eggs in one basket.
" ' But the wise main exhorteth thus: Put all your eggs in one basket; then watch the basket.' -
"He took that from me!"
Mr. Carnegie sat down amid roars of laughter. He had outwitted Twain himself.
From The New York Times, December 22, 1905 Joan of Arc Startles Twain