My rating: 3 of 5 stars
The book discusses some quotes and some history of successful people.
It talks about the “golden rule of any faith” which is roughly
‘treat another person in the way you would like yourself to be treated’ (with citations)
Some nice quotes:-
JC Penney ” money is properly the byproduct of building men as partners”
“Pride is at the bottom of all great mistakes ” John Ruskin
it says that competitive pride brings doom.
Goethe “things that matter most must never be at the mercy of things that matter least”
It urges one to be prepared to seize your golden opportunity
And also states that people who know their weaknesses are rarely taken by surprise.
A small book , a quick read.