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3. Enthusiasm, Industry, Persistence, Sincerity, and Self-Confidence: I know a man who spent a year trying to collect money to publish certain literature to be distributed among boys in trenches. He wished to convince soldiers that they should worship Lord on Saturday instead of Sunday. He was enthusiastic, persistent, sincere, earnest, and self-confident. He was not a success.
4. Concentration, Determination, Honesty: There is a certain man who concentrates so intently on his work that he often forgets to eat and sleep; he's determined to win, and he is absolutely honest. He has been working seven years to invent a shirt which will not wear out, and which need not be washed. His honesty, concentration, and determination have not made him successful. He is in an asylum in Pennsylvania.
5. Memory, Self-Control, Tact, and Patience: I know a man who remembers names of hundreds of people; he never confuses one with another. He has self-control, tact, and infinite patience. He has not succeeded greatly. He is footman who opens doors of limousines of women who shop at a certain department store.
6. Imagination: I know of a girl, who for ten years ran a machine in a shoe factory. When I once questioned her of what she thought each day during her work, she replied, " Oh, I just start machine a-goin' and then I imagine I'm one of them duchesses I read about in novels.'' Since many character factors are helpful assets, but not determining factors, what are personal factors which make success certain?
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