Colorado Springs Notary - Leon Austin

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Getting back to basics

Getty, Carnegie, Mellon, Morgan, RockefellerJ. Paul Getty, Andrew Carnegie, Andrew Mellon, J. P. Morgan, John D. Rockefeller, 

... and many many more.

 

 

All of these men had something in common.  They became very wealthy. Obviously.

They had something else in common.  They did it long before there was any such thing as the internet.  And none of them had a website.

So how did all of these people, and many others like them, become successful in an era when there weren't even any personal computers?

I'll search for an answer. 

But I don't think I'll find it on the internet.

Good luck.

Comment balloon 0 commentsLeon Austin • April 21 2008 07:11AM
Getting back to basics
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