Andrew Carnegie arrived in the U.S. in 1848, from Scotland, with barely a dollar to his name. By 1901, he was the richest man in the world. At the height of his power, a young journalist named Napoleon Hill, who was interested in telling the stories of successful people, approached him for an interview. Carnegie saw a special drive in Hill and in 1908 decided that Hill would document all of the strategies that made him a legendary businessman and philanthropist.
When Hill began his career writing about success, Carnegie gave him his “10 Rules of Success” that provided a foundation for much of Hill’s work. In this session we will examine those same 10 rules of success that Andrew Carnegie attributes to him becoming the richest man on earth.
Webinar date: 2-17-16
Start time: 9 am
End time: 10 am