In the TR biography, he's just getting started as President and has audaciously decided to go head to head with the most powerful and richest men in the country -- the owners of the railroad monopolies. In making big decisions TR said "I always would think first, 'What would my father have done?'" This is very inspiring raising up a boy of my own. I also love how TR was not intimidated by anyone. His life was threatened by crazy white southerners for hosting black men like Booker T. Washington to dinner but he of course kept doing it.