Quotes + Thoughts | Andrew Carnegie on happiness

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If you want to be happy, set a goal that commands your thoughts, liberates your energy, and inspires your hopes. ~ Andrew Carnegie [1835 – 1919], Scottish-American Steel Baron, Industrialist, Philanthropist

Photobucket… about the first practical Philosophy of Personal Success. Andrew Carnegie was convinced that a formula of success existed. When he met young reporter Napoleon Hill, he asked him to write this philosophy.

PhotobucketPhotobucket20 years later, in 1928, Napoleon Hill published “The Law of Success in Sixteen Lessons”. It was the practical Philosophy of Personal Success, Andrew Carnegie had always dreamt of. “Think and Grow Rich” came out in 1937.

Inspiration: Think and Grow Rich, Dawn Marrs, CEO at GSU

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