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Carnegie's Call: Developing the Success Habit

Michael Malone

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ISBN 10: 1908931043 / ISBN 13: 9781908931047
Published by Argyll Publishing, 2012
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Title: Carnegie's Call: Developing the Success ...

Publisher: Argyll Publishing

Publication Date: 2012

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

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Recognising the success of Scots emigré and man of achievement Andrew Carnegie, Michael Malone interviews Scots who have distinguished themselves and seeks to understand attitudes to success. He uncovers some fascinating insights into how we can develop the success habit. Yet Scots have a problem with achievement. Why are so many Scottish people suspicious of their fellow countrymen and women who are successful? And why do so many Scots go abroad before their abilities are recognised? How many are held back, in whatever sphere we wish for success, by such attitudes?


'When you read all the books, cut through all the buzzwords and clichés, you come to one thing: the successful person is able to see the opportunity and grasp it.' --Sir Tom Farmer

'It's not about success, it's about happiness. For me money is not the route of happiness - how many billionaires are truly happy? Ultimate success is being at one with yourself.' --Graeme Obree

'Success can be measured in so many different ways, and we often confuse success with wealth and that's not right. You can be a successful nurse, teacher or civil servant.' --Sir Tom Farmer

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