Think and Grow Rich Mastermind Tip for Leaders, Speakers, and Experts from Andrew Carnegie Test #767

Think and Grow Rich Mastermind Tip for Leaders, Speakers, and Experts from Andrew Carnegie Test #767
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: “This comparison substantiates your statement that it is an impossible for one to do more than one is paid for, and for the very obvious reason that in the mere act of doing that which is constructive one acquires power that can be converted into what one desires.”

Think and Grow Rich Mastermind Tip for Leaders, Speakers, and Experts from Andrew Carnegie Test #766

Think and Grow Rich Mastermind Tip for Leaders, Speakers, and Experts from Andrew Carnegie Test #766
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: “Compare these sixteen definite advantages that are available to man, in return for doing more than he is paid for, with the one sole benefit (that of acquiring food necessary for existence) that is available to other creatures of the earth through the same habit, and you will be forced to the conclusion that overwhelmingly the great number of benefits enjoyed by man serve as adequate compensation for his development and use of this habit.”

Think and Grow Rich Mastermind Tip for Leaders, Speakers, and Experts from Andrew Carnegie Test #765

Think and Grow Rich Mastermind Tip for Leaders, Speakers, and Experts from Andrew Carnegie Test #765
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: “Finally, it is a habit which one may adopt and follow on his own initiative, without being under the necessity of asking the permission of anyone do so.”

Think and Grow Rich Mastermind Tip for Leaders, Speakers, and Experts from Andrew Carnegie Test #764

Think and Grow Rich Mastermind Tip for Leaders, Speakers, and Experts from Andrew Carnegie Test #764
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 develops a positive mental attitude. which is one of the more important qualities that are essential in all human relationship.”

Think and Grow Rich Mastermind Tip for Leaders, Speakers, and Experts from Andrew Carnegie Test #763

Think and Grow Rich Mastermind Tip for Leaders, Speakers, and Experts from Andrew Carnegie Test #763
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 develops alertness of the imagination, the faculty through which one may create practical plans for the attainment of one’s aims and purpose in any calling.”

Think and Grow Rich Mastermind Tip for Leaders, Speakers, and Experts from Andrew Carnegie Test #762

Think and Grow Rich Mastermind Tip for Leaders, Speakers, and Experts from Andrew Carnegie Test #762
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 is the greatest of all the known methods by which the man who works for wages may promote himself to higher positions and better wages, and serves as a practical means by which a man attain the position of ownership of a business or industry.”

Think and Grow Rich Mastermind Tip for Leaders, Speakers, and Experts from Andrew Carnegie Test #761

Think and Grow Rich Mastermind Tip for Leaders, Speakers, and Experts from Andrew Carnegie Test #761
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 ensures continuous employment, there by serving as insurance against want in connection with the necessities of life.”