10 Things Successful People Never Do
James Altucher

I find it odd that you used Thomas Edison as an example when one of your statements is about integrity. Colluding against your competitor, running a smear campaign? AND he took credit for his inventions, when it was actually a whole team behind him. Obviously, he was a great businessman and figuring out industrial research was a brilliant idea. But if your essay’s claim is, “you need all of these,” then use a better example.

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