“‘He’ll never make a good soldier’ should not be heard from the confident leader. Seemingly incompetent men should be a challenge to one’s ability. They should be studied more closely and the best method of handling them discovered. In every man there is much that may be made useful for military purposes.”
“Discipline and Personality,” by Sergeant-Major E.J. Simon, R.C.R.,Canadian Defence Quarterly, Vol.II, No.3, April, 1925.