Joe Logue talks about how he learned early on that if he applied heart and thought, he could build anything. At Booz Allen, that life lesson led to his building many businesses and putting clients' interests first.Remodeling a kitchen, running a business, and creating global IT services may be as different as can be. But Logue clearly had the same underlying knowledge, skills and motivation that made him successful across these endeavors. I also love hearing how a diehard independent (i.e. entrepreneur) found himself working for a large corporation and how a wise senior partner tapped his ego and gave him every opportunity to remain an entrepreneur (i.e. intrapreneur).