Andrew Carnegie shared a very interesting philosophy of life, useful and enriching for all social entrepreneurs.
This is something I read a few days ago and I just can’t stop thinking about it. I beleive it is a nice way to see life. At least for now.
Andrew Carnegie (1835-119), an American businessmand and philantopist, shared this philosophy about life:
- Learn all you can in the first third.
- Earn all you can in the second third.
- Give it all away in the final third.
Great, isn’t it?
By the way, I found this in this Robert Ashton‘s book about social entrepreneurship:
ASHTON, R. (2010). How To Be A Social Entrepreneur Make Money & Change The World. United Kingdom: Capstone Publishing. p. 19.