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The science and art of business building. Lesson II, The psychology of service, The party of the first part Public Deposited

The science and art of business building. Lesson II, The psychology of service, The party of the first part

Alternative title
  • The party of the first part
  • Psychology of service
Shelf Mark/Reference Number
  • PAM E.18 no.29
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  • Copyright The Board of Trinity College Dublin. Images are available for single-use academic application only. Publication, transmission or display is prohibited without formal written approval of the Library of Trinity College, Dublin.
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  • Chicago
  • United States
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Date Created
  • issued 1910
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Abstract
  • PAM E.18 no.29, The science and art of business building. Lesson II, The psychology of service, The party of the first part. With series statement on title page: “A series of lessons correlating the fundamental principles and basic laws which govern the sale of goods and services for profit”, and on verso: “This book is one of a series of 32 volumes constituting as a whole the presentation of a science”. [iv], 99, [1] pages, with unpaginated fold-out at end. Blue paper front cover, printed in black; back cover lacking. This copy has a red ink stamp on the inside of the front cover: “Boult, Wade & Tennant, chartered patent agents”. Published: Chicago, U.S.A., 1910. Copyright statement on title page verso: “Copyright, 1910, by the Sheldon School (all rights reserved)”. The Sheldon School was a correspondence business school established in Chicago in 1902 by Michigan man Arthur Frederick Sheldon (1868-1935). CONTENTS: -- [page 1]: Analysis of Lesson II -- PART ONE: The psychology of Service. Chapter I, pages -30: The six mental states– Chapter II, pages 31-57: The party of the first part – Chapter III, pages 58-63 : Explanation of charts of positive negative qualities – Review questions, pages 64-65. PART II: The science of business building. Chapter I, pages 69-76: Application of the psychology of service – Chapter II, pages 77-99: Applying the success formula – Fold-out.
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  • This copy formerly owned by Boult, Wade & Tennant? See ink stamp on the inside of the front cover.
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  • ink
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  • paper (fiber product)
Culture
  • English
Digital Object Id
  • PAM-E-18-NO29_001
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  • 0152361

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