industry. The real purpose of the study was to discover some industry or some man that could be helped greatly through national advertising. We have become crazy over material things. We are looking at space instead of service, at profits instead of volume. We have lost sight of those. Fundamentals of Prosperity What They Are and Whence They Come has 20 ratings and 1 review. Vaishali said: A short book from by the founder of Babson Roger W. Babson. Other editions. Want to Read saving Error rating book.
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A short book from by the founder of Babson College, so a little dated. He is surprisingly uber supportive of the church, since spiritual teachings are the foundation of success. And he’s a staunch believer of the Massachusetts work ethic There is no safety or civilization without it.
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Intregrity is the mother of all knowledge 2. Industry The habit of work means power. Entrepreneurs systematically save money. Wage workers spend their money. Yet the entrepreneur started from the same place as wage workers.
That laziness and extravagance are sins is a New England trait. Cooperation The best barometer of civilization is the ability to work, serve, help, and give to one another. Most people are unproductive. Strange, since enthusiastic efficiency is a joy man had fyndamentals when he was a small boy.
Men act according to their feelings. Jesus urged his followers to look long-term Studying the Human Soul Know all of the people who work with you intimately Spiritual resources need to be revived.
They want people to buy, not serve. Responsibility develops faith, vision, courage, and initiative 8.
Boost the other fellow Develop people, rather than acquire them already-made Give them responsibility 9. The need of the hour is to revive in men a desire to produce and a joy for service. Only the entrepreneur can do this. The mind of a man is a wonderful thing, but unless the soul of a man is awakened, he will lack faith, power, originality, ambition… those vital elements that make a man a real producer. What the numbers show: Panics have spiritual causes, not financial.
Prosperity is the result of righteousness rather than material things. Research shows the less money you leave for your children, the better off they will be both financially and spiritually We are paid with the coin we give.
Fundamentals of Prosperity What They Are and Whence They Come
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Roger Ward Babson July 6, — March 5,remembered today largely for founding Babson College in Massachusetts, was an entrepreneur and business theorist in the first half of the 20th century. He was born to Nathaniel Babson and his wife Proseprity Ste Roger Ward Babson July 6, — March 5,remembered today largely for founding Babson College in Massachusetts, was an entrepreneur and business theorist in the first half of the 20th century.
Fundamsntals was born to Nathaniel Babson and his wife Ellen Stearns as part of the tenth generation of Babsons to live in Gloucester, Massachusetts. Roger attended Massachusetts Institute of Technology and worked for investment firms before founding, inBabson’s Statistical Organization, which analyzed stocks and business reports.
It continues today as Babson-United, Inc. In he remarried to Nona M. Dougherty, who died in