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'I have a question Patriarch,’ said the merchant raising himself from his sitting position in the amphitheatre and politely calling towards Yen Tzu as he entered, ‘one that relates to employment.’

‘Then let us hear it, and see how we can address it,’ replied Yen Tzu.

The merchant bowed in thanks before continuing: ‘At my place of business, I am often approached by seemingly willing people that seek to learn while they earn. Their enthusiasm stimulates me to take them on. But it would appear that though I can sell to a customer I am a poor teacher because upon too many occasions, the people I take on do the opposite of what has been agreed. And I cannot understand why.’

‘It is a good question and one deserving of a couple of stories,’ said Yen Tzu. ‘There was a hard-working merchant, known in his town as Tan Lee, who was placed in frustration at having to wait for a late employee…

 

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