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|27 Nothing to Sell and Nothing to Buy It has been said that everyone lives by |
selling something. In the light of this statement, teachers live by selling
knowledge, philosophers by selling wisdom 5 and priests by selling spiritual
comfort. Though ...
|III Every one lives by selling something, whatever be his right to it. The burglar |
sells at the same time his own skill and courage and my silver plate (the whole at
the most moderate figure) to a Jew receiver. The bandit sells the traveller an
|22. Feel. the. Joy. and. the. Power. "You have to be taught to hate and fear It has |
to be drummed in your dear little ear." — South Pacific I he great adventure writer
Robert Louis Stevenson said, "Everyone lives by selling something." But the sad
|... he made his living. And when I saw that, I realized that selling was the greatest |
career a man could want." Arthur Miller, Death of a Salesman, ... Yes, "Everyone
lives by selling something." Sales, then, consume a major portion of our lives.
|Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions that follow : (|
CBSE 2000 ; CBSE 2000 C) It has been said that everyone lives by selling
something. In the light of this statement, teachers live by selling knowledge,
|Stephen L. Slavin. Everyone lives by selling something. —Robert Louis |
Stevenson Everyone lives by selling something. —Robert Louis Stevenson One
person's price is another person's income. One person's price is another person's
|Parents sell their children on being good citizens. And kids always sell their |
parents on something they want. To see this in action, just tell a kid no and watch
the sales campaign begin! Everyone lives by selling something. —Robert Louis ...
|Difference between Entrepreneur and Employees According to "Stevenson" |
everyone can live by selling something. That means people earn income by
selling either some goods such as food, electric goods, woods or services like
teaching or ...
|Oh, My! You can learn to SELL Anything! “Everyone lives by selling something.” - |
Robert Louis Stevenson (1850-1894) Scottish novelist, poet. How true! We all sell
something. We sell our time or our knowledge or we sell a product or a service.
|"Well," Mairead said. "Robert Louis Stevenson wrote, 'Everyone lives by selling |
something.' So there." "I'm impressed." "Don't be," she said. “My boss has that
quote on a poster in her office. 'Everyone Lives by Selling Something.' But that's