One day his car breaks down outside a mansion and he meets an older gentleman, named Charlie, who appears to be the garden keeper for the house. Charlie shares the wisdom of the Twelve Pillars that helped the owner of the house build his fortune. Here are the twelve pillars that Charlie learned. Charlie explains that getting paid is not about how hard you work or how many hours you put in, its about how valuable you are to the market place. The same company pays different people different wages.
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I was intrigued, but not super thrilled about the fact that it was written in "novel" form. I think personal growth books that are written as stories tend to be kind of cheesy.
But I read the book anyway for the information. One of the main things that really struck me was this thought: " To influence others, they have to view you as someone who has value that can be added to them, as well as be someone who honors their word and is who they say they are.
In order for them to perceive you that way, you have to have those things. Combine those two things, and you can have influence over pretty much anyone. What it makes of you will always be the far greater value than the goal you achieve. It changes you. The part that people so often miss. You need to do both. It covers all the bases. And we need to have health in the other areas of our life beyond just our bodies. Healthy minds. Healthy spirits. And actually, like was said in the book, they build on each other from the inside out.
But it all starts with the growth in the spirit. Live a life that serves as an example of what an exceptional life can look like.
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