Think and Grow Rich Mastermind Tip for Leaders, Speakers, and Experts from Andrew Carnegie Test #760

Think and Grow Rich Mastermind Tip for Leaders, Speakers, and Experts from Andrew Carnegie Test #760
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 often gives an individual a preferred position of relationship with others through which he may become indispensable, thereby fixing his own price on his services.”

Think and Grow Rich Mastermind Tip for Leaders, Speakers, and Experts from Andrew Carnegie Test #759

Think and Grow Rich Mastermind Tip for Leaders, Speakers, and Experts from Andrew Carnegie Test #759
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 tends strongly to aid in the development of attractiveness of personality, there by leading to the means by which one may relate himself to other so as to gain their friendly cooperation.”

Think and Grow Rich Mastermind Tip for Leaders, Speakers, and Experts from Andrew Carnegie Test #758

Think and Grow Rich Mastermind Tip for Leaders, Speakers, and Experts from Andrew Carnegie Test #758
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 definitely aids in development of the habit of definiteness of purpose which is the first principle of individual achievement.”

Think and Grow Rich Mastermind Tip for Leaders, Speakers, and Experts from Andrew Carnegie Test #757

Think and Grow Rich Mastermind Tip for Leaders, Speakers, and Experts from Andrew Carnegie Test #757
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 helps one to master the habit of drifting aimlessly, thereby checking the habit which stands at the head of the major causes of failure.”

Think and Grow Rich Mastermind Tip for Leaders, Speakers, and Experts from Andrew Carnegie Test #756

Think and Grow Rich Mastermind Tip for Leaders, Speakers, and Experts from Andrew Carnegie Test #756
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 enables an individual to profit by law of contrast, since obviously a majority of the people do not follow the habit of doing more than they are paid for. On the contrary, they endeavor to “get by” with a minimum amount of service.”

Think and Grow Rich Mastermind Tip for Leaders, Speakers, and Experts from Andrew Carnegie Test #755

Think and Grow Rich Mastermind Tip for Leaders, Speakers, and Experts from Andrew Carnegie Test #755
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 self-reliance, which is likewise an essential in all forms of personal achievement.”

Think and Grow Rich Mastermind Tip for Leaders, Speakers, and Experts from Andrew Carnegie Test #754

Think and Grow Rich Mastermind Tip for Leaders, Speakers, and Experts from Andrew Carnegie Test #754
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: “The habit develops the important factor of initiative, without which no individual ever rises above mediocrity in any calling.”