the co-operation of other people. Success is a matter
of individual combat only to the extent that each
person must decide, in his or her own mind, what is
wanted. This involves the use of "imagination."
From this definition on, obtaining success is a concern of
skillfully and tactfully inducing others to cooperate.
Before you tins secure co-operation from others;
nay, before you have the enterprise to ask for or expect
co-operation from other people, you must first show
a agreeableness to co-operate with them. For this
reason the eighth lesson of this course, THE HABIT
OF DOING MORE THAN PAID FOR, is one which
should have your serious and thoughtful attention.
The pertinence upon which this lesson is based, would,