The Greatest Salesman In The World

This is a brief summary of the book The Greatest Salesman In The World, by Og Mandino, published by Bantam Publishers in 1967. This story is the parable of a camel boy living in Damascus at the time of Christ. Damascus was a city of great wealth and splendor. Through developing good listening skills, wise judgment, and refusing to give up, this camel boy became the richest man in the ancient city.

The book is available at the public library and, depending upon your reading skills, can be read in a matter of an hour or two. Over the years, I have read the book three times. I recommend it as valuable lessons to be learned through entertaining, easy reading.

And so it is.
Und so soll das sein.



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