I've been recently somewhat inspired by the story of Colonel Sanders, someone who experienced failure after failure and moved from job to job over his life, eventually going on to found Kentucky Fried Chicken, one of the largest fast food chains in the USA.
Many of these stories I read online (such as Wikipedia and numerous other sites) mention that in one particular job for Prudential Life Insurance he was fired for insubordination.
I have been searching around various websites, but haven't been able to find any further information. Does anyone know what exactly he did to get fired?
I'm interested to know if perhaps there was a moral reason he may have been insubordinate or something more to this story.