Young Man Entering Business

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Kessinger Publishing, Mar 1, 2003 - Business & Economics - 332 pages
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1907. The author has tried to show the young man that the difference between pretty good and excellent, between low and high ideals, often measures the difference between a mediocre career and a superb success. He has tried to show that it is an easy thing to be a nobody, but a very difficult thing to be somebody. He has urged that the greatest investment a young man can make is in himself, that an education and self-culture pay; that health, good manners, cheerfulness and a genuine interest in others are great success factors; that character is the best kind of capital, giving credit, confidence and happiness.

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