How does the alchemist affect the Personal Legend of the Englishman? By

How does the alchemist affect the Personal Legend of the Englishman? By instructing the Englishman to go and try, the Englishman is motivated to continue on his journey toward his Personal Legend. The Englishman, dismayed to discover that there is no recipe to turn lead into gold, abandons his quest. When he finds the alchemist, the Englishman has fulfilled his Personal Legend. This leaves the Englishman content and satisfied, so there is nothing left to accomplish. The alchemist shows the Englishman that his pursuit of wealth is futile. The Englishman decides to return to the caravan and take his life back into his own hands.

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Solution 1

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By instructing the Englishman to go and try, the Englishman is motivated to continue on his journey toward his Personal Legend.

The Englishman has tried to accomplish his Personal Legend by doing research and asking for someone to just give him the answer of how to turn lead into gold. The Alchemist, instead of just giving him the answer, tells him that he needs to go and try. This is an important lesson. In life, you can research and read about other people doing what you want to do, but until you go out and actually try to do it yourself, you're not accomplishing anything. 

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A: By instructing the Englishman to go and try, the Englishman is motivated to continue on his journey toward his Personal Legend.

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One camel driver’s story about olive trees and loss teaches Santiago that he has to let go of his fear to realize his true destiny.

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