One day in 2003, John Waldron agreed to give a presentation to a group, but since he doesn’t do seminars or public solicitation, he had no idea how to go about it. So he called his friend and client (but not yet employee) Krishna Pendyala for help.
“He had never used PowerPoint,” says Pendyala incredulously.
Before they began working on the presentation, Pendyala asked Waldron what he wanted the audience to tell him when it was over. He got the expected answers about disciplines in investing and the like.