How to Succeed / or, Stepping-Stones to Fame and Fortune

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A man is never so happy as when he suffices to himself, and can walk without crutches or a guide.
Don't wait for a higher position or a larger salary. Enlarge the position you already occupy; put originality of method into it. Fill it as it never was filled before. Be more prompt, more energetic, more thorough, more polite than your predecessor or fellow-workmen.

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