Fable: The Boy Who Repaired TVs

There was once a boy who was fascinated by TV. At the age of 13 he was repairing his neighbours’ TVs.

His first job was at a TV manufacturer.

“It was fantastic,” he says, “we were the first people in the UK to work on solid-state colour TVs and I was fortunate enough to be designing chips for them.”

Describing these ICs to the Royal Television Society brought him to the attention of a large US IC manufacturer who pursued him with job offers.

He joined a start-up, made millions and was knighted.

Moral: Love what you do


Comments

4 comments

  1. Spot on Mark, the great Sir Robin Saxby it was.

  2. Definitely not “Sir Alan” but “Sir Robin”

  3. No, not His Lordship, SilverMan

  4. Is this a sugary tale?

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