1925 MSBMA Brings in lecturer 1.27.1925 BDC
Mkrpnrpcpnfotinn AtV|#ft VVVUkHiiVii Is Thief of Trade, Says Lecturer Here hank Jewel Raymond Inspires Business Folks With Talk , * KNOW YOUR BUSINESS l">. on C. (Ine en, a ar < i ing and hi died • ” hot ti' ti (he i y tini* thi lei < ■ fio s»»i -J i o v , ibi Pleasing Personality is Onei of Greatest Assets in Business 1 a i Pet w een 100 and 200 business men and women, employers and employees ii tcued very attentively to Frank Jewel Raymond, of Fast Orange, N. .1 in his second discourse on the topic of “Making Good in Business.” which he gave in St, James’s Parish House, last evening. The lectures are being arranged with the idea of encouraging more co opera live spirit among local merchants and the townspeople. They have been arranged under the direction of the Mill Street Business Men’s Association. Mr Raymond's talk here over a week ago made such an impression ini his hearers, that it. was decided to have him return to Bristol to give further talks. it is Mr. Raymond’s manner of "putting across" bis logic that makes aidt an appeal. He is that type of man that an audience might listen to lor hours without fear of boredom In some respects Mr. Raymond' method of speaking, his actions while talking, resembles that of * Pilly" Sunday. Noi oiiiv a forceful talker, he is also i keen analyst. He call break down hi points info the most minute parts and then weld them together in such a convincing manner as not to permit the slightest doubt to exist in the minds of his listeners. i!i talk last evening was centered upon the value of a pleasing personally in business, "Radiate cheer- tulm " i one of Ills slogans. "Hucces is not a bequest nor an inqtoe t, but a conquest," said Mr. Raymond in hi i inimitable manner of pi* enting his argument. “It is some thin;.' that i not handed to you, but something you have to work for, head* inquests are only held over dead ones." In pointing out various stages in Hi- averag * man’s experience, he quoted governmental statistics to how i bat up until a man has reached thi are ot it >. he makes little effort to put into it e the knowledge he has :,<qimed intre reaching the age of 11 i .tin "Between the ages of Vi and I,». i i ailed i he danger line,” added ; vit P.ivinoiid. "for it has been demon; trated that *5 per cent, of men in d,u me fail between those ages. At. I!i year it i held that 05 per cent, ol tf,, people have lost all they made. At (id, a large percentage are depend- ia upon their children." Mi Raymond pointed out that this count ry 1 not made up alone of men A ho have been •ucceSHlul ill a 11UJUO- , cit e, but of average men who built average homes and busi- and raised average families, so h< > m a > do something for com•Herat ions. of tie lif t essentials iu busi- i< coniine to Mr. Raymond, is for nsint man to know his busi- 11e must know if to tell it and i to tho * whose money he ex will help him make, it a success- t a r ha \ rie f in the b ul it. « t him usine i are ne< man wishes to b< representation is try to know, soothe bu -dur a plea s,” he said. ;ug personality is on** ,1 |f., be * a e. - jn business is an- abet opinion held Iv the lecturer, j *i. i,- your-' if to your customers I. , p-i a in i1 manner," said he. “It. j; nt i ■ *ury that, you be ‘spruced’ ,p but your appearance should be , |( a <,• -1 up in time to shave your- i men. Plan your work so that . ,l(l lon’t have to burry to do these !|, ;j,• - Don’t gulp down your food at :: a I me Proper digestion i- liiH i uiy to u cnueriui IP .¡ert. Know your stock. Do I), a • i, a way that people will say ‘t he re‘.-i a rei»i *ive wire business \nof < r 1 ectiti 'n the series will b“ L'iv.-n W ‘diK sdaf evening.