Those of you who like to read about how companies began may enjoy this. Heinz, like many entrepreneurs, considered profit only one of many yardsticks used to measure business success. Here is why Heinz thinks he was successful.
"To do a common thing uncommonly well brings success," he said. Another of his credos echoed the same sentiments: "Quality is to a product what character is to a man."
Some entrepreneurs just want to make a great product. I think that kind of passion is a large component of their success.