How to Get on in the World Or a Ladder to Practical Success
1895. Contents: What is Success?; The Importance of Character; Home Influences; Association; Courage and Determined Effort; The Importance of Correct Habits; As to Marriage; Education as Distinguished from Learning; The Value of Experience; Selecting a Calling; We Must Help Ourselves; Successful Farming; As to Public Life; The Need of Constant Effort; Some of Labor's Compensations; Patience and Perseverance; Success but Seldom Accidental; Cultivate Observation and Judgment; Singleness of Purpose; Business and Brains; Put Money in They Purse Honestly; A Sound Mind in a Sound Body; Labor Creates the Only True Nobility; The Successful Man is Self-Made; and Unselfishness and Helpfulness. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.
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