When I was a schoolboy in the north of India, I used to work during the summers at a poultry farm. My job was to pick up the eggs from the henhouse and take them to the storehouse. I tried hard to make this process more efficient, but after a couple of weeks I discovered that no innovation was possible. The only thing anyone could do was to stop moving eggs from one place to another. I discovered, at that early age, that I had a passion for making things work better.