How Ayn Rand and Howard Roark Motivate Entrepreneur - J.T. Allen

In Chapter 8 of 14, entrepreneur and founder J.T. Allen finds inspiration in author Ayn Rand's book, "The Fountainhead" and her underlying philosophy, Objectivism, and its capitalist society view.  Allen relates to Rand's work with experiences while consulting at Ernst & Young and dealing with flawed client incentive structures limiting risk-taking in business managers. Allen also highlights Rand's Howard Roark as a literary role model he, as an entrepreneur, uses to inspire decisions affecting his company.