The Recycle Bin

But the lawn mow please!” In men, the subjunctive is so: you don’t really mean it, that you can ignore the request. If you have a request, articulate it so that the receiver understands it as a request rather than a non-binding comment. The Recycle Bin should be emptied even. “.” Here would have to be cleaned up even!” Are to your liking! Please empty the waste bin! Please space on your stuff! A polite request is registered positive and will hardly cut off. Every repressed desire ferments inside and hurts the soul, weakens the self-esteem. It is not enough to have any requests.

You must speak out also.” Chinese proverb. Not relativize your performance! Typical female Answers to praise and recognition: I’ve just been lucky. That anyone could have done this has become just that is so, but of course, I’m here: say thank you in the future for a word of recognition and justify himself. Justification is always a sign of weakness. A few rhetorical tips: Avoid conjunctive in your discussions and negotiations. “” “” “” Instead should “could” should “insert the formula of the doctor of the Church Augustine (354 n. Christ): I want.” I can. “I will.” Avoid sentence filler: actually, really, relatively, usually, honestly, maybe.

Confirmation phrases: not, isn’t it, really, but frankly, disturbing sounds: uh, well, well, well, wa, want, Galati. You don’t say: I’ll try it, but I’m going to do it. I can’t do that, but that’s a challenge I like to assume for me. This gives problems, but that is a task to be solved. I was lucky, but I got here properly planned and acted. You don’t say: without self representation, no recognition, performance alone is not enough! Ducks lay their eggs in quietly, clucking chickens, who buys already duck eggs?” Cluck! Eva Maria Dreykorn

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