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|... Reflections on Serious Living Leslie Miklosy. Jammed up against a slew of no-|
exits, He opened a concession stand. At appropriate times in his life, He tilted
appropriately. Ambition's true reward Can only be gotten Without ambition's trade
|For some, dreams are numbed. For others, there are no dreams; life just happens. And for those who are dreaming, motives are often confused. One thing is certain: ambition needs help. Dave Harvey is calling for a rescue.|
|He did not consider the increase in expense that would follow when he got into |
his new location. True, he knew how ... and the reward. The truly successful
merchant takes a firm hold on ambition and rules ambition instead of being ruled
|Merchants and manufacturers are eager to do him honor by increasing his |
reward. His success has no limit except his own ambition. Power and wealth ' are
in his grasp. ' You may say that I have painted an alluring picture and you may
|a shared ambition for the future of local government, final report Sir Michael |
Lyons, Michael Sir Lyons, Lyons Inquiry into Local ... of possible barriers to
charging and trading:"" • public acceptance of charging schemes can be difficult
to secure. ... Poor engagement risks public suspicion that charges are in place
only to raise revenue, and that they may be paying ... in discerning the true costs
of services as a barrier to making use of the 2003 power, which requires that
charges do not ...
|THE YOUNG MAN IN THE IMPLEMENT TRADE WRITTEN FOR THE |
IMPLEMENT AGE BY Q. D. CRAIN, JR. ... While the last word has not been said
in any line of endeavor, and all are pushing forward with perfection as their
ultimate goal, ... the earth was formerly an individual who, in many cases,
possessed neither ambition nor an overwhelming amount of intelligence. ... Such
jewels, once found, are usually held, even if rapid increases in salary are the only
way they can be kept.
|CIMPLY showing goods will not sell ^ them; it requires your full interest and |
cooperation to make them move. ... showing a splendid line of flat ware today,"
but rather, "Here is a platter that is very handsome, and is marked at only $28.50.
... To insure efficiency in the discovery of errors a reward of 10 cents is paid to
each clerk or person who finds that a mistake ... 'T'HE man who simply works
enough to hold his trade, and who argues he is doing enough, shows a sad lack
|I could not go West now and grow up with very many countries, and the West now |
was gone. I could .... I got several. I wanted to see a pile of my books on the fioor
of a shop. I did. There still remain the greatest ambition and the greatest debt.
|The man who has done all of this in eight short years is still young in point of |
years, for he is only 32 now, but in experience ... He grew up into boyhood and
on into young manhood without much notice being taken of the fact. ... Osala.
where he became a bookkeeper with a fixed and none to pretentious salary as
his weekly reward for labor well performed. ... Some idea of the ambition that was
burning in this young Georgia Cracker can be obtained from the fact that after he
had been ...
|Do whatever you do because you think it's right and if it is, you're bound to get |
your reward for it. ... As a matter of fact, it's the only way you can help yourself as
long as you're a clerk. You've got to help a man make money before hc'll have
any money to give you and the more you help him ir.al<e, the more ... VVhat will
come from this will not be known until later. ... was a concerted attempt to obtain
the experiences of others to de\'0tc it to the development of personal ambitions