I had the privledge of eating breakfast with Muhammed Ali one January morning in 1993. I was attending a meeting where he was the celebrity draw. By coincidence, I came down early for breakfast and he was standing in the buffet line. Ali's Parkinsons disease was apparent by his shaking, but he was still able to string together a sentence. As we sat down at the same table, I had a chance to ask my childhood hero a few questions. Although his answers were slow, he responded with a smile on his face. One question I asked was how is he treated outside of the US? He said, when he was in China, people would line the streets shouting his name. For those of you who only know of him as the Greatest Boxer To Ever Live, he was also very smart. Listen to a prophetic question asked of how he would like to be remembered.