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.)”