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The American Business Man
The business man is the national hero of America, as native to the soil and as typical of the country as baseball or Broadway or big advertising.
The Value Of Courtesy
Every progressive business man will agree with the successful Western manufacturer who says that courtesy can pay larger dividends in proportion to the effort expended than any other of the many human characteristics.
Of late days there has been a great deal of attention paid to making gentlemen of business men and putting courtesy into all the ramifications of business.
Business Etiquette - Personality
All that makes a man who he is and not someone else is called personality. It is the sum total of his qualities, a thing inborn, but including besides such externals as dress, manner, and appearance.
Business Etiquette - Table Manners
An astonishing number of successful business men had no training in how to handle a knife and fork and they probably never read a book of etiquette, but they had one faculty, and that is observation.
Business Etiquette - Telephones And Front Doors
It has been estimated that in New York City, alone, more than a full business year is lost over the telephone every day between sunrise and sunset.
Business Etiquette - Traveling And Selling
The etiquette of traveling includes keeping ones place in line before the ticket window, having money ready and moving aside as quickly as possible are primary rules.
The Business Of Writing
Half the business letters which are written should never be written at all, and of the other half so many are incomplete or incoherent. A good letter is the result of clear thinking and careful planning.
Business Etiquette - Morals And Manners
In the ancient world there were four cardinal virtues: justice, prudence, temperance, and discretion. In the modern world of business there are only two. Justice, we mean, and kindness.
Big Business
In the preceding pages we have looked over the field of etiquette in business in a general way, and have come to the only conclusion possible, namely, that the basis of courtesy in business is common sense.
Business Etiquette - In A Department Store
It rarely happens that a business man or woman can shop in a leisurely. Most of their shopping has to be done during the half hour after lunch or during a frantic few minutes snatched at the beginning or the end of the days work.
The Traveling Businessman
We will suppose that our traveling man has his headquarters in some big city, New York, Chicago, or San Francisco, and that he has several calls to make before he goes out on the road.
Business Etiquette - Tables For Two Or More
The dinners that business men choose for themselves are rarely divided into numerous courses. Often they have only two, meat and vegetables, and desert.
Business Etiquette - Ladies First
The majority of business girls come from the homes of parents in moderate circumstances. They have had advantages such as a high-school or a college diploma, and all these they have added to their business capital.
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