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Great Fortunes, and How They Were Made
ISBN : 9788129202857
Author : McCabe, J.D.
Pages : 600 pp
Year of Publishing : 2020
Binding : Paperback
Publisher : Indigo Books
SKU: COSG037 Categories: Economics, Business & Commerce, INDIGO BOOKS
“…books gives much insight into how the super-rich made their fortunes…and the common thread through all of them – very hard workers and treated those around them fairly”. – janet t. abernethy
“If you like history and enjoy reading about rags to riches, this is a book for you. It’s also a book to lift your spirits”. – Atpay
“Mr. James D. McCabe exposes short biographies of 38 North American people and that in spite of the fact that they came from poor families, became either wealthy or triumphant in their life venture.
Consequently, the book teaches that successful people do not whine over their adversity, instead, they accept it as part of life and use it as seed of inspiration. Therefore, no matter how many times they should fail, quickly evaluate the options, plan the activities to follow and enter in action, because as the book outlines it, the main characteristic of successful people is self-confidence and performance without delay.
Hence… it shows that to become a millionaire or an exceptional person requires toil, patience, perseverance and hopefulness, and resembles Bill Gates saying, “If you are born poor it’s not your mistake, but if you die poor it’s your mistake.” – Ivan Mejia J.