Acres of Diamonds by Russell Herman Conwell

Acres of Diamonds

By Russell Herman Conwell

  • Publication Date: 1925-01-01
  • Genre: Philosophy
4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 80 Ratings)

Book Overview

Why was Russell Conwell, the founder of Temple University, referred to as the penniless millionaire? This, along with other questions, will be answered in this revolutionary book that contains Conwell's classic Acres of Diamonds message. You will discover how this lawyer, minister, writer, educator, and diplomat who represented the City of Brotherly Love left a legacy that is still changing countless lives today. His famous Acres of Diamonds message will also challenge you to seek opportunities to find true wealth right in your own backyard without getting sidetracked by selfishness and greed.

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Recent Reviews

  • Great inspiration and call to action

    5
    By Joey puzzler
    What a splendid collection of moral and financial "diamonds." This book transcends is original time of delivery and speaks to everyone from its conception henceforth. Whether in business or everyday life, the reader can glean some enlightened view of his current situation and learn to make great the stock he or she currently has. We all possess greatness and need to tap into its inner wealth.
  • Acres of Diamonds

    5
    By GotSecurity
    Reading this eloquently presented book reveals why so many of us fail and why so few achieve great heights. It also reveals how all of us can achieve if we are willing to do the work, have common sense and fill a need. Connoly gives excellent examples to drive his point home. This is the ultimate motivator to bring people to know, male or female, that they can do great things right where they are. I loved the examples of all of the inventions by women that were subsequently credited to a man. Amazing!.

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