Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Get Rich with Adam Smith's Division of Labor



Get Rich with Adam Smith's Division of Labor: Ten Revealing Essays to Wealth
 
Contents
Essay 1 — Introduction to Adam Smith’s Legacy 
Essay 2 — Adam Smith's Blueprint to Abundance
     (1) What is Solvency?     
     (2) What is Profitability?
     (3) What can we learn from Adam Smith?
Essay 3 — Adam Smith on Improvement
Essay 4 — Adam Smith and Human Talent           
     Conquering the inferiority complex
     Three Qualities Needed for Success
     Samuel Johnson, and Reviewing the Past Day
     From Self-Esteem to Self-Confidence to Poise and to Sympathy
Essay 5 — Adam Smith on Specialization
Essay 6 — Adam Smith on Focusing and Doing
     What I learned from Descartes
Essay 7 — Adam Smith’s Invisible Hand
     The theoretical Side of the Invisible Hand
     The Practical Side of the Invisible Hand
Essay 8 — Adam Smith and Steven Jobs
Essay 9 — Adam Smith and Happiness
     From Boethius to Adam Smith, and Truman Capote: Fortune and Happiness
Essay 10 — Adam Smith and Opulence
     Rich in Money, Rich in Good Works
     Where Epicurus Went Wrong: Cheerful Poverty or Cheerful Wealth?
     “I Shall not Want:” A Formula for Untold Riches
Apendix I — Adam Smith’s “Division of Labor,” from his Book The Wealth of Nations
     CHAPTER 1 — OF THE DIVISION OF LABOR
     CHAPTER 2 — OF THE PRINCIPLE WHICH GIVES RISE TO THE DIVISION OF         LABOR.      
     CHAPTER 3 — THAT THE DIVISION OF LABOR IS LIMITED BY THE EXTENT OF THE MARKET.        

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