I just started reading this series from the New York Times titled How to Be a C.E.O., From a Decade’s Worth of Them. The interviews are intimate and very straight to the point. It's great because Adam Bryant, the author, has interviewed 525 chief executives from different industries. So you don't get the same old quotes from Steve Jobs and Bill Gates. You get an unfiltered dose of wisdom from very smart people.
In this one with Arkadi Kuhlmann, chairman and president of ING Direct USA, they play a little game. The CEO turns over to the interviewer and and ask him this question:
The interviewer answers saying he would leave the rabbit behind because it's not a lot of use to him. Arkadi Kuhlmann answers back:
He then explains the game:
It's supposed to be a Japanese personality test. I tried to find it online but the versions I found were not exactly the same. Anyways, here's the last bit of wisdom Arkadi shares about this test: