On Monday morning, I was reading Harvey Mackay’s column. He shared some background about a gentleman, named Gordon Dean, who began his career as a lawyer and served under Presidents Roosevelt and Truman. I was intrigued when he said, “Dean died in a plane crash in 1958, and it’s said among his personal effects was an envelope with nine life lessons scribbled on the back. Harvey went on to share those nine life lessons.
I was reminded of a previous issue of the Winning Lifestyles newsletter where I shared another great man’s life lessons and thought you might enjoy them, as well. Here is an excerpt from that article: