View from the ninth decade; jottings from a merchant's daybook.


New York, T. Nelson [1960] .

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Subjects Success.
Description 222 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date [1960]
Notes Autobiographical.
Summary In his later years Penney reflected: "I believe in adherence to the Golden Rule, faith in God and the country. If I were a young man again, those would be my cardinal principles."
Contents As though the impossible were possible -- "Train up the young" -- The spirit of service must be the center -- Human relations-- our most important commodity -- Christian principles win in business -- MAn's natural expression is work -- The learning attitude is important -- Success cannot but follow -- Competition through service -- Starting over at fifty-six is possible -- The disciplined are free -- Prayer, a business companion -- The principles never change -- "We do not bathe in the same river twice" -- Crisis is constant, only the forms change -- We are all advertisers -- Individual and community self-reliance -- The spirit and practice of brotherhood -- Not retirement but change of activity -- View from the ninth decade.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)541988
(OCoLC)ocm00541988
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WorldCat Identities Penney, J. C. 1875-1971.
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