Diligence - Do It to A Finish
Buy Direct (Audio Included), 2006 - 54 pages
Diligence - Do It To A Finish is based on the original work of the late Dr. Orison Swett Marden. Richard Gorham, founder of Leadership-Tools.com, has edited and narrated Diligence - Do It To A Finish in an effort to introduce Marden¿s teachings to a brand new generation of leaders and entrepreneurs. Diligence - Do It To A Finish is the fourth in an audiobook collection entitled, A Leadership Series For Successful Living.Additional Volumes include: Ambition, Character, Hour Of Opportunity, and Persistence ¿ An Iron Will.
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CHAPTER PAGE I THE CRIME OF CARELESSNESS
THE RELATION OF WORK TO CHARACTER
BLUNDERS THAT COST A MILLION DOLLARS A DAY
THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ARTIST AND ARTISAN
VSECONDCLASS MEN WOMEN
THOROUGHNESS THE HANDMAID OF GENIUS
THAT FATAL ALMOST
WHAT EVERY EMPLOYER IS LOOKING FOR
WHERE ONLY THE BEST IS GOOD ENOUGH
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