By Michael S Josephson
Rewritten and redesigned for 2002, this complete primer examines the hows — and whys — of constructing offerings which are moral. With real looking examples and a step by step decision-making version, this easy-to-read ebook is perfect for the person reader — or as a coaching source for any association that desires to aid its staff locate the best way via tricky matters to profitable offerings.
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Her second was to call her daughter’s friends. She didn’t do that either. She walked outside instead. She stood on her own doorstep with her arms crossed and shivered. There was a fierce wind blowing, and she felt a chill all through her. She was plenty sober now. The house was surrounded by forest. The leaves were still flush and colorful on the trees. They rattled and whispered all around her. The moon was full. She could see the branches swaying in the silver light. She dropped her cigarette, crushed it with her shoe, and set the beer bottle down.