As Drexler sees it, “I have a responsibility to the people I employ. I love the creativity; I need to be moving forward. It’s part of my DNA. It’s an inexplicable drive.” On the other hand, maybe Drexler’s drive is really not so hard to decipher. Looking at him, in his trademark untucked rumpled shirt, with his irrepressible vigor and his constant search for the new, whether it be a product, a person or a piece of property, there’s still something of that small boy, sitting on his grandmother’s steps in the Bronx, dreaming of the time when he could escape.

— why drexler keeps going  

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