1912. This is a book written by a practical man of affairs who achieved a high place in his chosen calling and who writes in a style that is peculiarly gripping. He clearly points out the way to develop willpower, mental concentration, and winning personality. He calls up in men all those aspirations which lead to the highest and best things of life. He gives practical directions for acquiring the faculty of reading men and understanding human nature, including those basic impulses that move men to definite action. He aims to inculcate in the reader the qualities which invariably lead to advancement and supremacy in any profession or business.
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