Firestone, the youngest of them, attributed his success to zeal and passion: "I do not know whether I am the slave or the master of that business. But the big thing is that I do not care which, for the job is worth doing as either master or servant. The job is not only worth doing well, but there is a great joy in doing it." The story of Firestone is a classic lesson in how to succeed in business and amass great wealth.
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