This post concludes the Congressman’s letter. What I find interesting here is how he talks about people needing a book like this because so many are faced with starting anew after years in economic turmoil. Sounds familiar, doesn’t it?
If there is any possible way that you can afford to render so great a service, may I offer the suggestion that you include with every book, one of your Personal Analysis Charts, in order that the purchaser of the book may have the benefit of a complete self-inventory, indicating, as you indicated to me years ago, exactly what is standing in the way of success.
Such a service as this, providing the readers of your book with a complete, unbiased picture of their faults and their virtues, would mean to them the difference between success and failure. The service would be priceless.
Millions of people are now facing the problem of staging a come-back, because of the depression, and I speak from personal experience when I say, I know these earnest people would welcome the opportunity to tell you their problems, and to receive your suggestions for the solution.
You know the problems of those who face the necessity of beginning all over again. There are thousands of people in America today who would like to know how they can convert ideas into money, people who must start at scratch, without finances, and recoup their losses. If anyone can help them, you can.
If you publish the book, I would like to own the first copy that comes from the press, personally autographed by you.
With best wishes, believe me,
Principles Worth Repeating
Thousands of people in America, and thousands more across the world, are still in need of such resources. And this timeless classic is one of them. It’s been said many times and is worth repeating again—the principles of success are timeless, ageless, and work as well today as they did back then. Only thankfully now the resource is at the ready, and we do not need to wait for it!
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