Col. Wm. C. Hunter
is the author of the holy trinity of business books from the early 20th century, Dollars and Sense (1906), Brass Tacks (1910), and Poise-Efficiency-Peace (1914).
A true old school capitalist who spoke from direct experience and with a genuine desire to see others succeed.
"Be pleasant every morning until ten o'clock. The rest of the day will take care of itself."
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|Cult Of Numbers|
Even as far back as Pythagoras, there was a tendency to manipulate the perceived value of numbers and measurements against the commoner toward controllable automation. This is the source of the desire in some to objectify others.