Automobile Selling Sense: A Book on the Merchandising of Motor Cars, Prepared in the Good Interest of Distributor, Dealer, and Salesman, with the Ambition to Aid in More Effective Sales-making

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Prentice-Hall, Incorporated, 1923 - Automobiles - 225 pages
 

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Page 7 - ... learning the skills required for technical improvements in the village. I myself believe that the existence of ceremonial is an important outlet which enables the Hanuabadan to accept his wage-earning lot, instead of spilling out into political agitation or other manifestations of dissatisfaction: it may be questioned whether this is a good thing for the Hanuabadans themselves, however much the Administration may be thankful for it. On the other hand, if ceremonial were seriously challenged,...
Page 140 - The time taken to make the sale is lost, which time could have been spent profitably in other work. The labor of handling the goods, that is, while making the sale, is lost. The development of carelessness, which develops disloyalty, which develops questionable practices, which develops actual thieving, is a loss — and a serious loss. Then there is the loss from tracing the loss. There are your six losses.
Page 179 - Therefore, his views may be taken as representative of the opinions of the great majority of all factory travelers.
Page 26 - If you keep putting one foot in front of the other, you'll get there some day, though you start for the end of the world.

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