The Wisdom of Andrew Carnegie as Told to Napoleon Hill Paperback – Sep 1 2005
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I require anyone who works for me to read this book before seeing any of my clients. The chapter about going extra mile is worth the price of the book by itself. The only weak point of the book are the last 2 chapters, which were penned entirely by Hill. I have read all the books from Hill, and this one is by far my favorite. The Laws of Success comes a close second, but is WAY longer.
Do yourself a favor and hear "How to Raise Your Own Salary" directly from Andrew Carnegie himself!
Having purchased this along with "Think and Grow Rich", and "The Law of Success", each of them is useful and has its place, like using all of them to keep you focused on what you want to achieve. Keep your mind focused on your goals and anything is possible. It's about thinking, working, living, and acting smart. Focusing on your long term goals, as opposed to struggling everyday to just keep your head above water. Once you make a practice of thinking smart, asking yourself what habits you need to change, taking responsibility for what you are doing or not doing, then you change and your life changes. This is what Andrew Carnegie's conversation is all about, going all the way back to the early 1900's, when discipline was the rule of the day, if you wanted to get ahead. Thinking smart, living smart, acting smart, doing smart.
Hill has the skill to write it down in an interview form.