10 Andrew Carnegie Quotes: The Leadership, Management and Success Principles of Andrew Carnegie
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Andrew Carnegie was a notable success story. The epitome of the “American dream” he came to the United States as a penniless boy and became one of the richest men in the world. He was also a ...

Andrew Carnegie was a notable success story. The epitome of the “American dream” he came to the United States as a penniless boy and became one of the richest men in the world. He was also a noted philanthropist and a man who “gave back”. In this presentation you’ll discover 10 of his powerful principles on what it means to be successful in both life and business.

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  • 1. AndrewAndrew CarnegieCarnegie QuotesQuotes 1010 The Leadership, ManagementThe Leadership, Management and Success Principles ofand Success Principles of Andrew CarnegieAndrew Carnegie
  • 2. AndrewAndrew Carnegie is aCarnegie is a success storysuccess story of the highestof the highest order.order.
  • 3. Coming toComing to America as aAmerica as a poor youth, hepoor youth, he worked hard,worked hard, invested wiselyinvested wisely and grew to beand grew to be one of theone of the wealthiestwealthiest menmen of his times.of his times.
  • 4. He was also aHe was also a well-knownwell-known philanthropistphilanthropist,, who made anwho made an effort to giveeffort to give back to othersback to others and improveand improve the lives of thethe lives of the everydayeveryday person.person.
  • 5. One of the people he helped during his lifetimeOne of the people he helped during his lifetime was a young writer namedwas a young writer named Napoleon HillNapoleon Hill. His. His discussions with Hill, and the science theydiscussions with Hill, and the science they mutually applied to achieving success is said tomutually applied to achieving success is said to have begun the “self-help” genre.have begun the “self-help” genre.
  • 6. All of theseAll of these principles areprinciples are as trueas true todaytoday as when heas when he was talking towas talking to youngyoung Napoleon HillNapoleon Hill back in 1908.back in 1908.
  • 7. Here areHere are 1010 principlesprinciples you can useyou can use to improveto improve your life…your life…
  • 8. Provide ValueProvide Value to Build Wealthto Build Wealth ““Riches and material thingsRiches and material things that men get are the effectthat men get are the effect of some form of usefulof some form of useful services they rendered.”services they rendered.”
  • 9. Never Fear FailureNever Fear Failure ““Examine the records of the trulyExamine the records of the truly great leaders in all walks of life andgreat leaders in all walks of life and you will discover that their successyou will discover that their success is in exact proportion to theiris in exact proportion to their mastery of failures.”mastery of failures.”
  • 10. A Good LeaderA Good Leader is a Servantis a Servant ““Every leader’s motto shouldEvery leader’s motto should be ‘The Greatest Among Yoube ‘The Greatest Among You Shall Be the Servant of All!’”Shall Be the Servant of All!’”
  • 11. Have a Specific GoalHave a Specific Goal ““Definiteness of Purpose involving aDefiniteness of Purpose involving a hundred dollars, for example, might behundred dollars, for example, might be translated into its financial equivalenttranslated into its financial equivalent in a few days, or even a few hours,in a few days, or even a few hours, or a few minutes, whereas, desireor a few minutes, whereas, desire for a million dollars might call forfor a million dollars might call for considerably more time, dependingconsiderably more time, depending to some extent on what one has toto some extent on what one has to give in return for the million dollars."give in return for the million dollars."
  • 12. Understanding MotivationUnderstanding Motivation ““Men lend their experience,Men lend their experience, their knowledge, and theirtheir knowledge, and their aid to other men because theyaid to other men because they have been given a sufficienthave been given a sufficient motive for doing so.”motive for doing so.”
  • 13. Money Should BeMoney Should Be Used ConstructivelyUsed Constructively ““The good [of] moneyThe good [of] money consists of the use toconsists of the use to which it is put, and not inwhich it is put, and not in the mere possession of it.”the mere possession of it.”
  • 14. Teaching a Man to FishTeaching a Man to Fish ““The very best method ofThe very best method of distributing wealth is thatdistributing wealth is that of distributing the principlesof distributing the principles of achievement by whichof achievement by which wealth is procured.”wealth is procured.”
  • 15. The Value of MastermindingThe Value of Masterminding ““Seldom does anyone has the ability, to induceSeldom does anyone has the ability, to induce others to serve as members of a Master Mindothers to serve as members of a Master Mind group, without giving something in return forgroup, without giving something in return for the service received. The motive may be financialthe service received. The motive may be financial reward, or it may consist of some form of returnreward, or it may consist of some form of return favors, but it must be something which is of equalfavors, but it must be something which is of equal value to or greater than the service expected.”value to or greater than the service expected.”
  • 16. On SpeechmakingOn Speechmaking ““We can see by examiningWe can see by examining the history of mankind, thethe history of mankind, the entire trend of civilization hasentire trend of civilization has been influenced by men whobeen influenced by men who could dramatize an ideacould dramatize an idea with the spoken word.”with the spoken word.”
  • 17. Doing Work You LoveDoing Work You Love ““A man will always be moreA man will always be more effective when engaged ineffective when engaged in sort of work he likes best.”sort of work he likes best.”
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