My Life and Work

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Filiquarian Publishing, LLC., 2006 - Biography & Autobiography - 312 pages
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This book is the original autobiographical work by Henry Ford, founder of the Ford Motor Company. In this book, Ford details how he got into business, the strategies that he used to become a wealthy and successful businessman, and what others can do by learning from the examples he has outlined. This book should be read by small business owners, business students and those interested in the history of the automobile. Henry Ford will take you through a journey of history, business and lessons to be learned from which he used to develop his financial empire.
 

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Contents

What is the Idea?
5
The Beginning of Business
27
What I Learned About Business
39
Starting the Real Business
55
The Secret of Manufacturing and Serving
75
Getting Into Production
89
Machines and Men
105
The Terror of the Machine
119
How Cheaply Can Things Be Made?
161
Money and Goods
177
Money Master or Servant?
191
Why Be Poor?
207
The Tractor and Power Farming
219
Why Charity?
233
The Railroads
251
Things in General
263

Wages
133
Why Not Always Have Good Business?
149
Democracy and Industry
283
What We May Expect
297

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