– – Walter Williams, John M. Olin distinguished professor of economics at George Mason University, and a nationally syndicated columnist.
““The Wealth Choice” argues that wealth (millionaireship) is not a function of circumstance, luck, environment or the cards you were dealt. Instead, wealth is the result of a conscious choice, action, faith, innovation, effort, preparation and discipline. Or, in the words of billionaire W. Clement Stone, founder of Combined Insurance, whom Kimbro met with and mentions early in the book, “Try, try, try, and keep on trying is the rule that must be followed to become an expert in anything.” He also said, “If you cannot save money, the seeds of greatness are not in you.” Saving is necessary for investment and wealth accumulation.”
Thomas Sowell goes into much of the same message here. Both men are worth listening to and reading. Both provide excellent examples of how to deliver a message in print and orally.