April 26, 2011

The Law of Success Part 25

All anyone really requires, as a capital on which to start a successful career, is a sound mind, a healthy body and a genuine desire to be of as much service as possible to as many people as possible.


There is a suitable reward for every virtue and appropriate punishment for every sin a man commits. Both reward and the punishment are effects over which no man has control, as they come upon him voluntarily.


Successful people have discovered ways and means which they believe best suited to their own needs to produce stimuli which cause them to rise to heights of endeavor above the ordinary.


One of the most successful writers in the world employs an orchestra of beautifully dressed young women who play for him while he writes. Seated in a room that has been artistically decorated to suit his own taste, under lights that have been colored, tinted and softened, these beautiful young ladies, dressed in handsome evening gowns, play his favorite music. This author gets much of his inspiration from music and art.

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