No Carnegie, No Napoleon Hill. Know Carnegie, Know Napoleon Hill :-)
In this show - where Hill is interviewing Carnegie on the success principle of Learning from Defeat - he notes:
"Defeat is sometimes so definite and severe that it has the effect of destroying one's initiative and self-reliance."
and asks "what is to be done in such a circumstance?"
What did Andrew Carnegie answer? What would you have answered? What would the wealthiest people you know have answered?
Would you not have liked to be a fly on the wall of that conversation.
Learn from the mind and disciplines of the richest man in the World of his time. Let him further your acquisition of wealth.
Namaste, my friends,
Peter Pocklington and Ladi March
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