It is a common knowledge that everyone usually dreams of what he or she would become in the future and what would be done for the immediate environment. Such wishes are not actually materialized because the dreamers mostly failed to act on the wishes at appropriate times. Thomas J. Watson is one of the business moguls who did not hesitate to turn their talking into action by solving numerous problems challenging humanity’s existence today. Though, he was not the founder of IBM, but he was the driving force that catapulted the company from a nondescript manufacturer of office equipment to the modern giant that drives computers worldwide. Taking the firm step ahead of what Charles Ranlett Flint, the founding father, did in 1953, during the 60’s and 70’s, IBM came to dominate the new field of mainframe and minicomputers. According to Walt Disney, co-founder of the Walt Disney Company, “The way to get started is to quit talking and begin doing.”