Most of us have read
Napoleon Hill’s classic book, Think and Grow Rich. But before
Hill, a man by the name of Orison Swett Marden published a book in
1908 titled He Can Who Thinks He Can.
Here are some of the
quotes from Marden’s book written in 1908.
Self-reliance is the best capital in the world. Self-depreciation is
greatest enemies of achievement are fear, doubt, and vacillation.
child should be taught to expect success.
who has learned the art of seeing things, looks with his brain.
best-educated people are those who are always learning, always
absorbing knowledge from every possible source, and at every
not realize the immense value of utilizing spare minutes.
judgment is your best friend; your common sense is your great life
A test of
the quality of the individual is the spirit in which he does his
people never see any beauty anywhere. Others see it everywhere.
work is your statue.
the greatest men in history never discovered themselves until they
lost everything but their pluck and grit.
Responsibility is a great power developer.
If one is
so loosely attached to his occupation that he can be easily induced
to give it up, you may be sure that he is not in the right place.
anybody can resolve to do a great thing. It is only the strong,
determined character that puts the resolve into execution.
is the greatest force in the world.
substitute has ever yet been discovered for honesty.
is a condition of mind.
happiness is so simple that most people do not recognize it.
makes way for the man with an idea.
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