The answers rolled in from all directions.
Explorer Roy Chapman Andrews explained what it takes to make a man an explorer: "He's got to be completely miserable when he's not exploring."
Inventor Charles F. Kettering, General Motors research chief, gave the recipe for an inventor: "To make an inventor, all you have to do is take his mind off the idea that it's a disgrace to fail. . .'.':
Herman F. Willkie, liquor-distilling elder brother of the late Wendell, announced that it is silly for anyone to do uncongenial work: "It is possible to make a...