A Cow. A Fire. And One Man Showing How To Earn Wealth

On October 8th 1871 Chicago was a thriving metropolis and one of the greatest cities in America.
Then Mrs. O’Leary’s cow kicked over it’s lantern and ignited a blaze that did $ 4 billion dollars damage in today’s money, left 100,000 people homeless, and turned 2,000 acres of Chicago into scorched earth.
The city could have been left for dead.
The morning after the fire died down all the merchants gathered and looked at what was left of their stores. After seeing that everything they had worked to build was destroyed they went into a meeting and decided that they would move to a more promising part of the country.
chicago_fire
Except for one man.
As the other merchants walked away with their tales between their legs Marshall Field told them that he would build the greatest store the world had seen on the exact spot.
No matter how many times it burnt down.
Marshall went on to create Marshall Field and Company. A department store that was renowned for it’s quality products and service. He also created a fortune estimated to be $125 million in 1905 dollars and co-founded the University of Chicago.
marshall-field-warehouse
Why does Marshall field concern you though?
There are not many people like Marshall Field. Because not many people have the
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