June 1924

Selling the Corps

Volume 9, Issue 2

TO make a success of anything one must be a salesman. If one is seeking a position one's commodity is oneself. If one is established in any sort of business one must exploit that business so skilfully that the goods upon which the success of that business depends will be displayed to the very best advantage. Can one think of any interest or enterprise where the essence of proper salesmanship does not apply if success is to become a surety?

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