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A Message to Garcia (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 9. Dezember 2012

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"I gave a beggar a dime with the suggestion that he invest it in a copy of Elbert Hubbard's "A Message to Garcia"."
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An inspirational work which has been made into two motion pictures. It was wildly popular, and became a well-known allusion in American popular and business culture. -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine vergriffene oder nicht verfügbare Ausgabe dieses Titels.

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Von Ein Kunde am 27. August 1999
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This piece, which Hubbard dashed off hurriedly one night a hundred years ago, when he needed something to fill the magazine he edited, is not what it appears.
You open it thinking it will be an inspiring "can do" tale of how one man overcame great odds to win. He introduces the story of how an American soldier in the Spanish American War was told to penetrate enemy territory, at night, through mountain and jungle, to take a message to an insurgent leader, Garcia. The soldier succeeded.
But that's all she wrote. We are given no details, which the author dismisses as unimportant, and which one wonders if he even knew. He never really "tells" the story, only alludes to it as a point of departure for the rest of the article, which basically consists of a rant about how employees today are no good.
Really! That's it. This book, sold under a "self-help"-sounding title, really consists of what a manager might have said if he was venting to other managers. The tone is one of suspicion and contempt toward employees in general, as if the author suspected that most, if not all, of them were lazy and unmotivated, unless they proved otherwise.
Astonishingly, the pamphlet was wildly popular in its day--among managers, of course, who printed it in the thousands, and in many languages, and distributed it to those under them, apparently as a "motivational" tool, though what emotion it could elicit besides resentment is hard to imagine. Nevertheless, the piece's circulation was so widespread that it was found in the backpacks of Japanese soldiers killed in the Russo-Japanese War, in 1904.
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The author evades all but the messengers name. The author even tells us that the facts of the matter are meaningless. The author also fails to tell us that Andrew Rowan was not a 41 year old lt. but a major or a Lt. Colonel. The author also fails to tell us that a 300 lb General & an Admiral made the same trip to meet with Garcia. The author also fails to tell us what message was transmitted. The author also fails to tell us what General Shafter & Admiral Sampson knew about the message, if anything.
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Von Ein Kunde am 29. Mai 1999
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I gave this book to 5 people at my office as christmas presents. The responses I received were right where I should have expected them to be. The stronger managers loved it and to this day we still speak of it. The managers with the weaker skills took it as some sort of insult. I think they saw themselves in Elbert Hubbard's description of his less motivated, or weaker employees. After reading the book our Director of Operations, who I consider very weak, called me to his office and asked me, If I was trying to tell him something. The answer I gave him was Yes I am telling you something.
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