THE EDITORS WOULD BE
PLEASED TO RECEIVE
Climbing Up." By Herbert A. Casson
Efficiency Magazine). 5^. net. I started
out to review this book and have read
every word of it, and what is more it has
done me good. Mr. Casson claims that
in this book he has set down the things he
would have been glad to know when he
started to earn his own living," and he has
not over-stated his case. To the young
man or young woman who is anxious to
do something more than he or she is
already doing, the cost of this book is
money well spent.
Everything worth while has to be paid
for, and there is very little which one
cannot accomplish if one really wants to
sufficiently to pay the pricehard work,
sustained effort, constant striving. Mr.
Casson shows us that the price can be a
pleasure instead of drudgery, and that the
reward in self-confidence, independence
and satisfaction is well worth while.
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