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McMeel, a law school dropout once dubbed “Deals McMeel” for his gift for salesmanship, started his syndicate with friend Jim Andrews in 1970.
This is salesmanship, and of the most ingeniously manipulative kind.
On Wednesday, the president is taking his State of the Union proposals on the road in a bit of campaign-style salesmanship.Obama’s 2013 State of the Union and the Immigration Reform Moment|John Avlon|February 13, 2013|DAILY BEAST
It is an unconvincing bit of salesmanship that betrays little perspective on himself, let alone the presence of core convictions.
But it was WMD, of course, that was the principal tool in the administration's salesmanship of the war.
In salesmanship, many subtle psychological principles are involved.The Science of Human Nature|William Henry Pyle
Such salesmen are no longer categorised with Csar's wife, and the new salesmanship is having its day.The Building of a Book|Various
Then he makes little or much money from salesmanship, according to his mental capacity.
Salesmanship requires mentality plus a pleasing personality.
The stage in all its forms is as natural a field to the Thoracic as salesmanship is to the Alimentive.