2 edition of Successful alumni--what they do and what they think found in the catalog.
Successful alumni--what they do and what they think
George Clinton Brandenburg
in Lafayette, Ind
Written in English
|Other titles||Alumni, Successful.|
|Statement||by G. C. Brandenburg, Ph.D.|
|Series||Purdue University. The Division of Educational Reference. Studies in higher education xvi, Bulletin of Purdue University., vol. xxxi, no. 3|
|LC Classifications||LB2305 .P8 no. 16|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||36|
|LC Control Number||31027739|
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These notable alumni sit amongst a wealth. They believe that books are a gateway to learning and knowledge. In fact, there is a notable difference between the reading habits of the wealthy and the not-so-wealthy. According to Tom Corley, author of Rich Habits: The Daily Success Habits of Wealthy Individuals, rich people (annual income of $, or more and a liquid net worth of $ “Where success is concerned, people are not measured in inches, or pounds, or college degrees, or family background; they are measured by the size of their thinking.” ― John C.
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I’ve studied successful people for forty years, and though the diversity you find among them is astounding, I’ve found that they are all alike in one way: how they think. That is the one thing that separates successful people from unsuccessful ones.
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