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Increasing Personal Efficiency free pdf "[...]They come from colleges, workshops, farms, from poor men's huts and rich men's mansions- but they all began with reliance upon themselves, and with an instinctive feeling that they must help themselves solely in climbing to the work or the station which they had assigned to themselves. Many of God's greatest apostles of thought and feeling and action have come from the humblest stations, but the most insuperable difficulties have not long been obstacles to them. These greatest of difficulties are true men's greatest helpers-they stimulate powers that might have lain dormant all through life, but often have readily yielded to the stout and reliant heart. There is no greater blessing in the world than poverty which is allied to self-reliance and the spirit of self-help. "Poverty is the northwind which lashes men into vikings." Lord Bacon says that men believe too great things of riches, and too little of indomitable perseverance. Every nation that has a history has a long list of men who began life in the humblest stations, yet rose to high station in honor and service.[...]."

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Author : Russel H Conwell
Publisher : Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Data Published : 16 July 2015
ISBN : 1506135870
EAN : 9781506135878
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 30 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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