Книга: Joseph French Johnson «Organized Business Knowledge»

Organized Business Knowledge

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1923. A survey of underlying principles so essential to business understanding and success. There is a steady demand for men of executive caliber. This means a demand for men who know business and know how to obtain results with their knowledge. The purpose of this book is not to give a digest of what organized business training includes. Rather, the effort has been to whet the appetite; to sketch a picture of what present day management problems involve. Illustrated. Книга представляет собой репринтное издание 1923 года (издательство "[New York, Alex. Hamilton Inst." ). Несмотря на то, что была проведена серьезная работа по восстановлению первоначального качества издания, на некоторых страницах могут обнаружиться небольшие" огрехи" :помарки, кляксы и т. п.

Издательство: "Книга по Требованию" (1923)

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Joseph French Johnson

Joseph French Johnson (August 24 1853– 1925) was an American economist, born at Hardwick, Massachusetts.

He graduated from Harvard in 1878, studied in Germany for a year, then began work at the Springfield, Massachusetts "Republican" newspaper. Afterward, he worked on the staff of the Chicago "Tribune", and established the Spokane "Spokesman" (1889).

After 1893, his employment took him to various institutions. He was professor in the Wharton School of Commerce, Penn, lectured at Columbia, and in 1901 became a professor at NYU, was a member of the commission to revise the banking laws of the State of New York, and worked for the National Monetary Commission.

Professor Johnson edited the "Modern Business Series" and the "Journal of Accountancy". He published: "Syllabus of Money and Banking" (1899), "Money and Currency" (1905), and "The Canadian Banking System" (1910).

He was associated with the "Alexander Hamilton Institute" and was credited with writing "The Price of Success," an inspirational text as follows:"I often wonder what it is that brings one man success in life, and what it is that brings mediocrity or failure to his brother. The difference can't be in mental capacity; there is not the difference in our mentalities indicated by the difference in performance. In short, I have reached the conclusion that some men succeed because they cheerfully pay the price of success, and others, though they may claim ambition and a desire to succeed, are unwilling to pay that price.

"And the price is...

To use all your courage to force yourself to concentrate on the problem in hand, to think of it deeply and constantly, to study it from all angles, and to plan.

To have a high and sustained determination to put over what you plan to accomplish, not if circumstances be favorable to its accomplishment, but in spite of all adverse circumstances which may arise and nothing worthwhile has ever been accomplished without some obstacles having been overcome.

To refuse to believe that there are any circumstances sufficiently strong to defeat you in the accomplishment of your purpose.

Hard? I should say so. That's why so many men never attempt to acquire success, answer the siren call of the rut and remain on the beaten paths that are for beaten men. Nothing worthwhile has ever been achieved without constant endeavor, some pain and constant application of the lash of ambition. That's the price of success as I see it. And I believe every man should ask himself: Am I willing to endure the pain of this struggle for the comforts and the rewards and the glory that go with achievement? Or shall I accept the uneasy and inadequate contentment that comes with mediocrity? Am I willing to pay the Price of Success?

by Joseph French Johnsonfounder Alexander Hamilton Institute""

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