Fourth Quarter 2014 Update: All Is Well Since All Grows Better

All Is Well Since All Grows Better Twenty-Four Lessons I Learned From Andrew Carnegie:

Andrew Carnegie was born in 1835 to a poor weaver. At the time of his death in 1919 he had built America’s steel industry and amassed the largest store of wealth the world had known to that point. Prior to his death, Carnegie gave the majority of his wealth back to mankind by establishing various institutions and building 2,509 libraries. I feel Carnegie was not just heroic for his business acumen but also a worthy hero for how he understood and embraced humanity. An exceptional leader with a head as well as a heart and whose legacy will endure. Read PDF »