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In Harry Brown’s book The Secret to Selling Anything he approaches the art of salesmanship from a much different angle than most do. As you probably have seen, most salesman come to you with the intention of selling you their product, without any consideration of whether or not you really want to buy. 427 more words
Harry Brown’s approach to selling does rely on the principle of service because he believed that you had to give the customer what he wanted. 289 more words
An elderly ex-marine takes justice into his own hands when a local gang terrorise and murder his only friend.
It’s very easy to try and draw a comparison between Harry Brown and Gran Torino, being released as they were at around the same time, both featuring ageing vigilantes and both starring veteran stalwarts of tough guy cinema. 142 more words