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    get a bargain

    Would you please explain the following in bold more easily.

    1. I want to share with you one phrase that I honestly believe is worth the price of this book. Now, just in case you're thinking, Well, why didn't you put it on the first page and leave the rest out? the answer is, "I don't want you to just get your money's worth. I want you to get a bargain."

    Especially, what does "get a bargain" mean in the context?

    2. Management Assumptions + Management Attitudes = Management Behaviour.
    The secret to management motivation.

    In the above, I'm confused about the meaning of "management" there. Does it mean here "the act or skill of managing," or "the people who are in charge of a company or organization"? I'm asking this because I know "management" can have these two meanings and I'm not sure which of these two it refers to in the above context.

    Thank you.


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    Re: get a bargain

    Quote Originally Posted by unpakwon View Post
    Would you please explain the following in bold more easily.

    1. I want to share with you one phrase that I honestly believe is worth the price of this book. Now, just in case you're thinking, Well, why didn't you put it on the first page and leave the rest out? the answer is, "I don't want you to just get your money's worth. I want you to get a bargain."

    Especially, what does "get a bargain" mean in the context? I want you to get more than your money's worth. You gain a great deal.

    2. Management Assumptions + Management Attitudes = Management Behaviour.
    The secret to management motivation.

    In the above, I'm confused about the meaning of "management" there. Does it mean here "the act or skill of managing," or "the people who are in charge of a company or organization"? I'm asking this because I know "management" can have these two meanings and I'm not sure which of these two it refers to in the above context.

    Without a fuller context, The heading is probably referring to the practice of managing.

    Thank you.
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