If I Knew Then Advice on careers, finance, and life from Harvard Business School's Class of 1963

Henry A. Gilbert

Marriage & Family

Children pay most attention to what you say with your feet, rather than your mouth.

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Happiness & Success

Success and wealth are being a lover and being loved.

Success is using your tools and powers to enhance the lives and success of others.

Success is capitalizing on economic opportunities yet treating others with over-reaching kindness.

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Business

I too easily accepted advice of professionals (lawyers, accountants, etc.) when their advice led to an easier or more financially advantageous path, when this ran contrary to my instincts.

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Life's Lessons 0 Comments & 2 Likes
Wealth

With regard to money, I’ve always wanted enough. “Enough” has somehow managed to be there.

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Charity & Spirituality

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Growing Older

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