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The Four Way Test and Good Will

Rotary started something with the Four Way Test.  Rotary started people thinking about their actions and words and deeds.  Because of Rotary, the Four Way Test elevated itself from a national standing to international standing; how wonderful! As with etiquette and good manners, the element of good will found in Rotary’s Four Way Test is […]

 
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An Essay: Rotary’s Four Way Test

Truth, fair, concern, beneficial, good will, and friendship.   These words are the heart and soul of Rotary’s Four Way Test.  What these words have in common with civility, good manners and etiquette is that they are all a part of civility, good manners and etiquette. Telling the truth is what we learn as a child.  […]

 
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Rotary District 5240 Vocational Service Expo Booth

Los Angeles – Rotary International Convention House of Friendship TheFourWayTest.com will be featured at Rotary District 5240 Vocational Service Expo Booth in the House of Friendship. You will find great information concerning the Four-Way Test. Many people have written for advice to assist them in promoting their Four-Way Test Essay Contests. I have accumulated a […]

 
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Three Months into the New Rotary Year … Are you planning a Four-Way Test Contest?

Good morning! The summer has come and is on the way out. School has started again … It’s the perfect time to begin thinking about how your club or organization can educate and promote the use of the Four-Way Test in your community. Many of us in Rotary have participated in some sort of Four-Way […]

 
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Applying the Four-Way Test

For five decades Rotarians have been using The 4-Way Test as a practical yardstick in their business, community, and personal affairs. The 4-Way Test, you will note, does not provide answers. It asks questions which the user must answer. Thousands of Rotarians have used it and shared it with others. Millions of copies have been […]

 
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