Well thumbed pages and the familiar musty smell.
Simple wisdom contained within the fragile pages.
Old books. They are fantastic. I love them.
Page after page encouraging and delivering human insights of focus and change.
No prettying-up of words, or dancing round their handbag, the authors get straight to the point.
And Albert E N Gray did just that.
His words have stood the test of time.
It’s a dinky little book you’ll read in an evening with a cuppa.
If you take only one thing away from the book, let it be this…
“The secret of success of every person who has ever been successful lies in the fact that they formed the habit of doing things that failures don’t like to do.”
What don’t you like doing, yet if you did, it would improve your results?
Discover more of Albert says about success and read The Common Denominator of Success. The original book is out of copyright, so you can read it for free!
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