Greatest Salesman in the World” by Og Mandino

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I was killing ten min­utes in the air con­di­tioned FPCY library when I came across this 120-page book. The title cap­tured my atten­tion so I picked it up, read the pre­lude and decid­ed to check it out. I didn’t actu­al­ly check it out, that’s not how we do it here — iron­i­cal­ly, we just take it and return it lat­er on our own, a kind of hon­or sys­tem if you will. As it turns out it is less about the art of sales and more about the art of get­ting one’s pri­or­i­ties (and life) in order. Again, kind of iron­ic I would say. For a book pub­lished in the late 1960’s, it is a very rich and enlight­en­ing book. I found myself tak­ing notes after a while. It even inspired a poem or two. MUST READ 

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