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R. V. Crowley is a salesman for the Gardner W. Taylor Lumber Company, of New
York. Crowley admitted that he had been telling hard-boiled lumber inspectors for
years that they were wrong. And he had won the arguments too. But it hadn't ...
A hot and bothered person at the other end proceeded to inform me that a car of
lumber we had shipped into his plant was entirely unsatisfactory. His firm had
stopped unloading and requested that we make immediate arrangements to ...
A pened to be my own strong suit, but did I ofier any objection to the way he was
grading the lumber? None whatever. I kept on watching and gradually began to
ask questions as to why certain pieces were not satisfactory. I didn't for one ...
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Review: How to Win Friends and Influence PeopleUser Review - Kim - Goodreads
This was my father's favorite book, and told me many times. He was a salesman and felt this book would give someone stronger sense of self, and I agree with him. I read it originally to be close to my father, but eventually it became my own. I picked up several ideas. Read full review
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