Posted 2 years ago
My find of an 1891 book of The Business Guide; or, Safe Methods of Business by J.L. Nichols, A.M., Prinicipal of the North-Western Business College, Naperville, ILLS. with AN INTRODUCTION by President A. A. Smith, A.M. President Emeritus of the North-Western College. Twenty-third Edition.
I believe this book is a valuable to read as it is to acknowledge the fundamentals of its teachings. I find the Practical Rules for Success being rather unknown to the common workforce/enterpenuer today. Here it is tell me what you think; 1. Keep your health good by adopting regular and steady habits. 2. Never be afraid to say no. Every successful man must have the backbone to assert his rights. These are just two that I personally feel have lost its value of our teachings by our ancestors.
I do wonder who would find this book to be as valuable in its teachings as I would? What would it's Sub-Category and Secondary Category be?