The autobiography of Californian Cecil Rhodes’s early life, from before the Great Depression then into World War II, highlights his collected writings. These are colorful tales of his many occupations and experiences on the way to becoming a teacher, and he shares his life lessons.
His Life and Lessons
This is pretty cool. Cecil was always challenging you to be your best. It’s great that he took the time to write down some of early remembrances and stories about his life growing up in the early 20th century. It was great reading about his father, a man I wish I had met. Go ahead, buy your own copy.