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Only One Thing Keeps You From Earning $5000 a Year!
There have been thousands of articles written about
But after all, here is the one sound,
By M. B. SACKHEIM
F every man and woman working for a living
would only stop a minute and try to reason out
why they are not getting ahead more rapidly, they would come to one answer! "I don't earn more because I didn't learn more.” Some may blame it on their luck." Others may say that no opportunities came to them. But those who are honest with themselves will admit that they are worth only what they are getting because the work they are doing doesn't pay more money—and they have not qualified for better paid work!
The Law of Big Pay There is really only one rule by which money is paid. And that rule is SUPPLY and DEMAND. If there are 10 bookkeepers seeking one job, the job pays a good deal less than if there is only ONE bookkeeper for TEN jobs! The question to ask yourself is "How many people are there who could do my work and who would be glad to get my pay?" If you are not earning $5000 a year the chances are there are many such people. It is so with every kind of poorly paid work—THAT'S EXACTLY WHY THE WORK IS POORLY PAID. The reason $5000 to $25,000 salaries are paid is because the DEMAND for such men is GREAT and the SUPPLY of them is SMALL! The way to make big money is to rise out of the crowd-get into the class where there are FEW instead of MANY.
What To Do About It The reason there are so FEW people qualified to handle the BIG jobs is that only a FEW people have the courage, the ambition and the desire to prepare for important work. The EASIEST thing in the world to do is to PLAY. The HARDEST thing in the world to do is to WORK. To most people, study is WORK. To the few, study is a MEANS TO AN END! They study and attain the end--and then they play. It is simply a ques. tion of your willingness to put play off for a little while so that you may play later without worrying about your income or your future. The only thing in the world that keeps you from earning $5000 a year-or $10,000—or $25,000 is your present LACK OF KNOWLEDGE-and that can be remedied by yourself, in part of your spare time, and at trilling cost.
What Interests You Most? There is one profession into which you could put all your heart, all your energy. It may be SalesmanshipBrokerage, Cost Accounting or Certified Public AC
counting. It may be Banking, Real Estate, Advertising. Credits, Secretaryship, or Business Organization. It is for you to decide WHAT YOU WANT TO BE. The Universal Business Institute will furnish you with the KNOWLEDGE. Each course was prepared by a man successful in the work he teaches YOU. The text books are in use by some of the greatest universities in the country. The instruction is individual—there are no printed corrections. Over 40,000 people have already enrolled for U. B. I. Courses. You study at home in your spare time. You pay in easy monthly installments. The time and the money required to prepare you for a field that is not overcrowded is now spent by you for things that do not bring you any personal benefit! Think that over!
A New Booklet Free You can pamper your little tastes now-you can shirk your responsibilities now-and have what you call "a good time"-or you can spend a little time now in study. If you neglect your brain, you will pay for it later in hard work that CANNOT pay well. If you INVEST a few pennies a day_in your brain, YOU WON'T HAVE TO WORK AT ALL when some of your companions may be sweating out a living! It all depends on WHAT YOU WANT TO DO! If you are tired of struggling to get ahead-if you are really sincere about WANTING a better job and more money, write to-day for our free book. This slight effort may easily be the turning point of your life. We have made thousands of others successful. We can make you successful if you will do your part. There is no pot of gold at the end of a rainbow. Stop looking for it. Stop "wishing." The way to earn more is to KNOW
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The Man Who Sticks THE
HE man who sticks has this lesson learned:
Success doesn't come by chance—it's earned By pounding away; for good hard knocks Will make stopping stones of the stumbling blocks.
He knows in his heart that he cannot fail; That no ill fortune can make him quail While his will is strong and his courage high, For he's always good for another try.
He doesn't expect by a single stride
He doesn't believe he's held down by the boss-
For the man who sticks has the sense to see
-Charles R. Barrett.
Opportunity OPPORTUNITY is but a doughnut with the rim
in someone's stomach. Ask any man who has made good, and he will tell you that opportunity is but a date on the calendar—a time when an individual
Opportunity is a possible chance, while work, with an opportunity, is a probable chance.
Opportunity may be a chicken house, it may be a saw mill, or it may be a violin; but who ever heard of a chicken house, a saw mill or a violin making a success, all alone?
Opportunity is as useless as monkey fat, as hopeless without work as trying to stop up a rat hole with common cheese.
The man who depends on an opportunity alone, the fellow who refuses to work with an opportunity, is as useless on earth as a buttonhole without a button.
The man who sits down and says he is waiting for an opportunity to turn up is as unwelcome in society as a looking glass to a woman who has just recovered from a severe case of smallpox.
The man who advertises a little and then says advertising does not pay is like unto the man who burns one match beneath a five-barrel kettle of water and then says fire will not heat water.
When a man feels like a king, he can look kingly. Majesty, more regal than ever sat on a throne, will look out of his face when he has learned how to claim and to express the divinity of his birthright,
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