Think and Grow Rich Mastermind Tip for Leaders, Speakers, and Experts from Andrew Carnegie Test #753

Think and Grow Rich Mastermind Tip for Leaders, Speakers, and Experts from Andrew Carnegie Test #753
Napoleon Hill: From your description of the law of compensation, I reach the conclusion that the term “Doing more than is paid for” is somewhat a misnomer in that it is impossible, in the broader meaning of this term, for one to do more than he is paid for. Is that your understanding, Mr. Carnegie?

Andrew Carnegie: “3. It gives one of the benefit of growth through resistance and use, there by leading to mental development and increases skill in the use of the body. (It is a well-known fact that both body and mind attain efficiency and skill through systematic discipline and use which call for the rendering of service that temporarily is not paid for.)”

Think and Grow Rich Mastermind Tip for Leaders, Speakers, and Experts from Andrew Carnegie Test #752

Think and Grow Rich Mastermind Tip for Leaders, Speakers, and Experts from Andrew Carnegie Test #752
Napoleon Hill: From your description of the law of compensation, I reach the conclusion that the term “Doing more than is paid for” is somewhat a misnomer in that it is impossible, in the broader meaning of this term, for one to do more than he is paid for. Is that your understanding, Mr. Carnegie?

Andrew Carnegie: “2. This habit places one in a position to benefit by the law of compensation, through which no act or deed will or can be expresses without an equivalent response (After its own nature)”

Think and Grow Rich Mastermind Tip for Leaders, Speakers, and Experts from Andrew Carnegie Test #751

Think and Grow Rich Mastermind Tip for Leaders, Speakers, and Experts from Andrew Carnegie Test #751
Napoleon Hill: From your description of the law of compensation, I reach the conclusion that the term “Doing more than is paid for” is somewhat a misnomer in that it is impossible, in the broader meaning of this term, for one to do more than he is paid for. Is that your understanding, Mr. Carnegie?

Andrew Carnegie: “1. The habit of going the extra mile gives one the benefit of the law of increasing returns, in a variety of ways too numerous to be described here.”

Think and Grow Rich Mastermind Tip for Leaders, Speakers, and Experts from Andrew Carnegie Test #750

Think and Grow Rich Mastermind Tip for Leaders, Speakers, and Experts from Andrew Carnegie Test #750
Napoleon Hill: From your description of the law of compensation, I reach the conclusion that the term “Doing more than is paid for” is somewhat a misnomer in that it is impossible, in the broader meaning of this term, for one to do more than he is paid for. Is that your understanding, Mr. Carnegie?

Andrew Carnegie: “Now let us see what specific benefits are available to man through his exalted power of thought and speech which compensates him for going the extra.The more useful of these compensating advantages are theses:”

Think and Grow Rich Mastermind Tip for Leaders, Speakers, and Experts from Andrew Carnegie Test #749

Think and Grow Rich Mastermind Tip for Leaders, Speakers, and Experts from Andrew Carnegie Test #749
Napoleon Hill: From your description of the law of compensation, I reach the conclusion that the term “Doing more than is paid for” is somewhat a misnomer in that it is impossible, in the broader meaning of this term, for one to do more than he is paid for. Is that your understanding, Mr. Carnegie?

Andrew Carnegie: “It connotes the power of thought to be man’s greatest asset. the fact that thought is a man’s gateway of voluntary approach to the source of infinite intelligence is definite evidence of its importance.”

Think and Grow Rich Mastermind Tip for Leaders, Speakers, and Experts from Andrew Carnegie Test #748

Think and Grow Rich Mastermind Tip for Leaders, Speakers, and Experts from Andrew Carnegie Test #748
Napoleon Hill: From your description of the law of compensation, I reach the conclusion that the term “ Doing more than is paid for” is somewhat a misnomer in that it is impossible, In the broader meaning of this term, for one to do more than he is paid for. Is that your understanding, Mr. Carnegie?

Andrew Carnegie: “Let us state the case this way: Man is the creator’s Greatest handwork and has been given the privilege of self-determination. The very fact that man has control over his own thought power is a profoundly significant fact.”

Think and Grow Rich Mastermind Tip for Leaders, Speakers, and Experts from Andrew Carnegie Test #747

Think and Grow Rich Mastermind Tip for Leaders, Speakers, and Experts from Andrew Carnegie Test #747
Napoleon Hill: From your description of the law of compensation, I reach the conclusion that the term “ Doing more than is paid for” is somewhat a misnomer in that it is impossible, In the broader meaning of this term, for one to do more than he is paid for. Is that your understanding, Mr. Carnegie?

Andrew Carnegie: “But man has been elevated to a position of power from which he commands and receives the bounties of the earth, in whatever forms and quantities he desires, for the has learned the art of translating thought into material things!”