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Now you've gained the other person's attentionthrough your open body language, your eye contact andyour beaming smile. What that person is picking up subconsciouslyis an impression not of some grinning,gawking fool (though you may briefly fear you look likeone!) but of someone who is completely sincere. "I've known Sam since his first store inNewport,Arkansas, and I believe that money is, in some respects,almost immaterial to him. What motivates the man is the desire to absolutely be on top of the heap. It isnot money. Money drives him crazy now. His question to me at6a.m.not long ago was 'How do youinspire a grandchild to go to work if they know they'll never have a poor day in their life'"DAVID GLASS, CEO, WAL-MART: I like them just like they are. We sure as heck won't win any interior decorating awards, but they're allwe need, and they must be working fine. Just ask our shareholders. � � This appeal was more successful. Something in the simple dignity of Keeling鈥檚 reply had silenced her, and she was led away like a wicked little elephant between her daughter and Alice. Not one word did Keeling say till they had left the room, and then, though his usual allowance of port on Sunday was one glass after lunch and two after{29} dinner, he helped himself again and pushed the bottle towards Hugh. 亚洲av_亚洲 欧美 国产 综合_亚洲 日韩 国产 有码_亚洲av无码在线播放 I was about to graduate from the University of Missouri in June of 1940 with a business degree, and Ihad been working probably as hard as I ever worked in my life. I've always had lots of energy, but I wastired. Ever since high school, I had made all my own money and paid for all my own clothes. Thatcontinued in college except I had to add tuition and food and fraternity dues and date money to myexpenses. Dad and Mother would have been glad to help if they could have, but it was the Depressionand they had no extra money at all. I had continued to throw a newspaper route all through high school,and in college I added a few more routes, hired a few helpers, and turned it into a pretty good business. Imade about $4,000 to $5,000 a year, which at the end of the Depression was fairly serious money. � Late as it was when Keeling went upstairs, he found a jubilant and wakeful wife waiting for him, with a positive cargo of questions and impressions which she had to unload at once. Her elation took a condescending and critical form, and she neither wanted nor paused for answers. How vividly she remembered every detail鈥攈er fluttering apprehensions during the long drive on the dark road, up hill and down hill; her eagerness for the delight of the dance, as an unaccustomed pleasure鈥攁 scene to which young beauty flies as the moth to the flame; her remorseful consciousness that she had done wrong in yielding to the temptation which drew her there; the longing to see Lostwithiel once more鈥擫ostwithiel, whom she had vowed to herself never to meet again of her own free will. She had gone home that afternoon resolved to forego the ball, to make any social sacrifice rather than look upon that man whose burning words of love, breathed in her ear before she had enough of nerve or calmness to silence him, had left her scathed and geared as if the lightning had blasted her. She had heard his avowal. There was no room now to doubt the meaning[Pg 303] of all that had gone before, no ground now for believing in a tender, platonic admiration, lapping her round with its soft radiance鈥攁 light, but not a fire. That which had burnt into her soul to-day was the fierce flame of a dishonouring love, the bold avowal of a lover who wanted to steal her from her husband, and make her a sinner before her God. Chapter 13 On English Novelists of the Present Day