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A Summary of Think and Grow Rich (Plus an Infographic)

Think and Grow Rich is one of the most recommended self-help books ever. Commissioned in the 1930s by Andrew Carnegie, the book became a magnum opus for Hill. Today, it has sold over 70 million copies. Because of its importance and the helpfulness of his…
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Napolean Hill's 11 Qualities of a Leader

The major attributes of leadership UNWAVERING COURAGE based upon knowledge of self, and of one’s occupation. No follower wishes to be dominated by a leader who lacks self-confidence and courage. No intelligent follower will be dominated by such a leader…
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Dale Carnegie’s book “How to Win Friends and Influence People” has had a huge impact on millions of lives.  His stories and principles speak to the core of what it means to be human. He reminds us that people need and love to feel validated, valued and…
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Economics is a social science.  It deals with the relationship between the production and distribution of goods and services. That relationship is studied by economists who attempt to predict how people will make decisions. It’s also defined as the study…
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In the tenth chapter of Up From Slavery, Booker T. Washington recalls a story about how he thought it would be a good idea to build a kiln to make bricks at Tuskegee, the college he was president of. Here’s what he has to say: “From the very beginning, at…
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  De facto is latin for “in fact”. It’s used when referring to situations where things are a reality or in practice, even if they are not recognized by the law. De jure is latin for “in law”. It’s, as you can imagine, used when practices are legally…
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America is a land which owes so much to history. Not so much for its customs as for its rights. The people of old have been aristocratic, elitist even. As intellectuals, we have a responsibility to see that the youth are given models or forms by which…
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Rousseau's General Will

Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s conception of the general will stands as one of his most influential ideas. Indeed, to some, it’s believed to be his most important contribution to political science. Hopefully, we can help you understand it. Let’s begin with the…
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People who are conceited or show off often do so because they are trying to make a good impression, many people like this don't actually believe in themselves and are either trying to or are trying to make other people think they do. Often these people seem not worth knowing but everyone is worth knowing- no matter how imperfect their personality.
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