The Philosophy of Success
There are millions of people who have not the faintest idea of the causes of success and failure.
Of course, luck has nothing to do with it... I thought to myself when I stumbled upon an article about Andrew Carnegie. Let me explain everything, but first a few words about this remarkable man.
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Andrew Carnegie, beggar, laborer, messenger, philanthropist and the richest man in modern history, emigrated from Scotland to the US in 1848 as a 13-year-old boy with his family.
53 years later, a story began to be written that ended with the sale of the Carnegie Steel Company - the most profitable industrial enterprise of its time - to J.P. Morgan and gave rise to the famous U.S. Steel.
Already a rich man, he gave a speech that many years later inspired the then unknown writer Napoleon Hill to write the world bestseller "Thinking to Riches" who changed the lives of millions of people around the world...
Andrew Carnegie is considered one of the most famous philanthropists and robber barons of the 19th century. This „rags to riches“ pattern inspired the rest of his life and his fortune to support education in many countries.
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So much for my very short trip into history. I had never heard of the book before. (It was not translated into my native language until 2021!). But maybe I will correct this mistake… after all, I am here to succeed:)
And what about you? Do you think a book can change your life?
That's it for today, thanks for reading and see you soon!!
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