SUCCESSFUL HUMAN RELATIONS by William J. Reilly

SUCCESSFUL HUMAN RELATIONS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Another pep talk by the Founder and Director of the National Institute for Straight Thinking who is also the author of The Twelve Rules for Straight Thinking, How to Avoid Work, etc. The direct tack here involves the opening of the closed mind (yours and others'), the inspiration of confidence -- and finally belief. And although persuasion is the preferential method, force too may occasionally be used at home (largely in the parental capacity), in business, or in government. Everyday experiences and some very recognizable remarks make this an object lesson in -- as well as an application of -- human relations for better and for worse... Self help -- help yourself.

Pub Date: May 7th, 1952
Publisher: Harper