Sunday, 10 October 2010

The philosophy of builders, third book by John Vespasian


The factors that lead to prosperity and happiness have changed little through the ages. From the lives of accomplished men and women, we can extract the three principles that they have used to build a better future: self-reliance, tolerance and entrepreneurship.

This essay presents how individuals can use these principles to overcome adversity and improve their lives. Through the analysis of situations in the areas of relationships, career, health and investments, it shows how to:
  • overcome pessimism and discouragement
  • walk the path of least resistance
  • simplify your life and reduce costs
  • focus on real opportunities.
The ideas are illustrated with examples from the lives of Paracelsus, Jane Austen, Thomas of Aquinas, Gutenberg, Jules Verne and many other historical figures, showing how they overcame obstacles and built a better future for themselves.

[Text: http://johnvespasian.blogspot.com]

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