In this eighth installment of Mr. Armstrong's own story of his event-packed life, we find him opening an office in Chicago, continuing unusual experiences which were preparing him for direction of the most important world-wide activity of our time. It was now the fall of 1915. By this time I had a considerable amount of valuable experience behind me. Practical vs. Theoretical Education; I had reached the age when most students had graduated from college - twenty three. All this time I had continued my studies, delving into many subjects including philosophy and psychology, but my "major," of course, had been advertising, selling, and merchandising, along with business management.
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