Entrepreneurs Rule And They Always Will
The Men That Built America
They became the titans of America’s Industry, each one becoming the richest man in America at one time.
- Cornelius Vanderbilt built the infrastructure across the United States with the Railroad and built Grand Central Depot in New York. He became the richest man in history.
- Andrew Carnegie became a self-made steel tycoon. At the age of 65, Carnegie decided to spend the rest of his days helping others by building libraries and making donations to education.
- J.P. Morgan went from buying railroads to bailing out the U.S. Government. He went from rich to richer.
- Henry Ford’s Model A shaped the future of America society, by building affordable cars to the masses.
Shared Interest And Strengths of The Titans
- The believed in building an idea with a sense of destiny, foresight and determination.
- They saw possibilities where others didn’t.
- They continued to show courage during the constant changes in the marketplace and in the climate that threaten the empires they built.
They never would have guessed what they would accomplish in thirty years. And neither do we! We don’t know where our vision will takes us, when we start out to build an idea into a reality. Once the idea is birthed it has a life of it’s own and can take us on a journey never foreseen.
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