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Your Food and Your Job
If you are a desk-man do you put your brain out of business by eating greasy meats and potatoes?
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Which of these two men has learned the secret of fifteen minutes a day? There is magic in this secret which will help you to think more clearly, interest more people and earn more. Send for the booklet that tells the secret. It is free-but you must write now, today.
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foreground of this picture. Immediately he was taken at his word! He is hard-working and sincere-but he is dull and tiresome, a wet blanket at every social occasion he attends.
The other young man is very interesting. His conversation is not confined to his own business; he talks like a man who has traveled widely, though his only journeys are a business man's trips. He knows something of biography and history; and of the work of great scientists, playwrights and novelists.
His secret can be yours Yet he is busy, as you and I are, in the affairs of every day. How has he found time to gain such a wide mental background? Why, when other men are allowed to go, is he urged to remain?
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