The Games Do Count - Henry Kravis Summary & Analysis

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Henry Kravis Summary and Analysis

Henry Kravis, co-founder of Kohlberg, Kravis, Roberts, &Co., played football as a young child. Henry was small for his age, but he ran fast and continuously proved himself to doubtful coaches. Henry played not only football, but wrestling and golf as a child. Henry credited these things with teaching him perseverance. Henry also credited sports with teaching him how important it was to be in good shape. Henry also learned about team work, which was something he continued to learn from when he started his company with partner George Roberts.

Henry Kravis learned about team work and perseverance through sports, teaching him confidence, which is a theme of the book. Henry was a small child, who fought hard to be allowed to play in the sports of his choice, later using this struggle in his career to help him...

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