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  • How to Win Friends and Influence People

    北京5分时时彩开奖查询 www.dfc731.club Dale Carnegie

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    Charles Schwab had a mill manager whose people weren’t producing their quota of
    work.
    “How is it,” Schwab asked him, “that a manager as capable as you can’t make this mill
    turn out what it should?”
    "I don’t know,” the manager replied. “I’ve coaxed the men, I’ve pushed them, I’ve
    sworn and cussed, I’ve threatened them with damnation and being fired. But nothing
    works. They just won’t produce.”
    This conversation took place at the end of the day, just before the night shift came on.
    Schwab asked the manager for a piece of chalk, then, turning to the nearest man, asked:
    “How many heats did your shift make today?”
    "Six."
    Without another word, Schwab chalked a big figure six on the floor, and walked away.
    When the night shift came in, they saw the “6” and asked what it meant.
    “The big boss was in here today,” the day people said. “He asked us how many heats
    we made, and we told him six. He chalked it down on the floor.”
    The next morning Schwab walked through the mill again. The night shift had rubbed
    out “6” and replaced it with a big “7.”
    When the day shift reported for work the next morning, they saw a big “7” chalked on
    the floor. So the night shift thought they were better than the day shift did they? Well,
    they would show the night shift a thing or two. The crew pitched in with enthusiasm,
    and when they quit that night, they left behind them an enormous, swaggering "10."
    Things were stepping up.
    Shortly this mill, which had been lagging way behind in production, was turning out
    more work than any other mill in the plant.
    The principle?
    Let Charles Schwab say it in his own words: “The way to get things done,” say Schwab,