Human nature in business; how to capitalize your everyday habits and characteristics
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H H COjA/yn-^-^yU^Chestnut vStreet, Philadelphia
The shady side of a business street usually has nearly per cent,25
more pedestrians than the sunny side. It is the cooler side in summer
and the dryer side in winterHuman Nature
in Business
How to Capitalize Your Every-
Day Habits and Characteristics
By
Fred G. Kelly
Illustrated
G. P. Putnam's Sons
and LondonNew York
linicherbocl^er press(Tbe
1920Copyright, 1920
BY
FRED C. KELLY
(Under the title Human Nature in Business)AVERAGETHE MAN
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