To prepare himself for a session in which his business letters are composed, Jimmy Lynn believes the first prerequisite is the removal of his shoes.
The boss of the U. S. Epperson company regards this little informality as a major contribution to his success in his letter-writing accomplishments. He is firmly convinced that dictation to his secretary can be more rapidly and expertly accomplished without the encumbrances of footwear, for he feels that they inhibit foot respiration, which in turn restricts keen mental alertness.
Mr. Lynn, a constant guardian of his good health, has devised his own formula for maintaining this physical fitness. A sprint between his office and garage is a daily rite.
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