|CHAPTER 351 aIf business is good, take credit for it,
4 And without qualification,
5 bUntil you believe it yourself.
CHAPTER 361 cHave a personal life.
2 dHave lots and lots and lots of toys,
3 eIncluding gigantic mansions,
4 fAnd villas in the South of France,
5 gAnd ridiculously expensive German sedans,
6 hAnd ridiculously expensive Italian sports cars,
7 iAnd ridiculously expensive British clothes,
8 jAnd ridiculously expensive yachts,
9 kNot to mention ridiculously expensive Japanese electronic equipment,
10 lAnd ridiculously expensive children,
11 mWhom you can ship off to expensive New England prep schools when they stop being cute,
12 nAnd a ridiculously expensive wife,
13 oWhom you can blame for everything wrong in your personal life when she stops being gorgeous,
||14 Which is about the time you'll be needing a ridiculously expensive girlfriend,
15 pFrom southern California,
16 qUnless you've got enough class to get a mistress from northern Italy.
CHAPTER 371 rTreat your friends and relatives the way you treat your employees,
2 Except for old drinking buddies, of course,
3 sUnless they ask you for beans.
4 tTake any kind of Consolation you can find,
5 uWhether it comes in a bag or a bottle,
6 vBecause it's lonely at the top.
CHAPTER 381 Wasn't that better?
2 I thank you, gentlemen.
3 wI think we can all agree that the industrial might of the Most Chosen Nation on Earth is in good hands,
4 xAnd nice clean hands at that.
5 Good day,
6 yAnd good luck!