When people first organized into groups the units were small, a mere handful of people under a chief, but gradually they became larger and larger until ...
When people first organized into groups the units were small, a mere handful of people under a chief, but gradually they became larger and larger until the nations of today have grown into a sort of world community composed of separate countries, each one supreme in its own domain, but at the same time bound to the others by economic ties stronger than sentimental or political ones could ever be. People are now more dependent on one another than they have ever been before, and the need for confidence is greater. We cannot depend upon one another unless we can trust one another. Here are the chapters included inside the book: I. THE AMERICAN BUSINESS MAN II. THE VALUE OF COURTESY III. PUTTING COURTESY INTO BUSINESS IV. PERSONALITY V. TABLE MANNERS VI. TELEPHONES AND FRONT DOORS VII. TRAVELING AND SELLING VIII. THE BUSINESS OF WRITING IX. MORALS AND MANNERS X. "BIG BUSINESS" XI. IN A DEPARTMENT STORE XII. A WHILE WITH A TRAVELING MAN XIII. TABLES FOR TWO OR MORE XIV. LADIES FIRST?
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