Going to great lengths to sell a man something he does not want is a clumsy way of trying to get money. I have never really had to sell at all-only to explain the favor I expected to do (for) the prospect. The principle holds true, whether one is selling a tangible thing like a rubber tire, or something intangible, like the future of the company....

Harvey H Firestone/Bits & Pieces, December, 1982

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