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|Catherine the Great of Russia I praise loudly, I blame softly Let us take rewards to |
be anything that satisfies and penalties to be anything that dissatisfies. But it must
be emphasized that satisfaction and dissatisfaction are then not the opposites ...
|Using the asset definition or the quotation on the board, ask the partners to each |
spend a minute describing what the words mean to him or her. If you use the
quote, discuss what it means to “blame softly” but “praise loudly.” Preview.
|The advantage of doing one's praising to one's self is that one can lay it on so |
thick and exactly in the right places. — Samuel Butler I praise loudly; I blame
softly. — Catherine II of Russia Modesty is the only sure bait when you angle for
|Dr John Sentamu, Archbishop of York When we blame, we give away our power. |
Greg Anderson I praise loudly, I blame softly. Catherine II of Russiat A man
canfail many times, buthe isn'ta failure until he begins to blame someone else.
|Autobiography (1920) li I praise loudly, I blame softly. Catherine the Great (1729-|
96) Russian empress. Letter (August 23, 1794) 12 You cannot love an employee
into creativity, although you can... avoid his dissatisfactions with the way you ...
|It's Easy to Find Someone to Blame I praise loudly, I blame softly. —Catherine II |
of Russia The search to find someone to blame is always successful. —Robert
Half When we blame, we give away our power. —Greg Anderson If you Mess Up,
|... else”(McKenzie 1980). “Praise is like garlic in a good salad—a little goes a |
long way”(McKenzie 1980). ... (Old American News in Cory 1985) “I praise loudly;
I blame softly” (Catherine II in Cory 1985). “When you praise a child, focus on his
|PRAISE. Anything scare is valuable – praise for example I praise loudly- I blame |
softly. (Catherine the Great) ... Jefferson) Half the American people have never
read the newspaper. Half Bob Benson 101 PRAISE PREDICTION PREJUDICE ...
|Diane Hodges. Fail to plan, plan to fail. —CARL BUECHNER To praise is an |
investment in happiness. —GEORGE M. ADAMS Waiting until everything is
perfect before making a move is. I praise loudly, I blame softly. —CATHERINE
|He who tells the prairie mystery must wear the prairie in his heart. (William |
Quayle “ThePrairieand the Sea” 1905). PRAISE. Anything scareis valuable—
praise for example I praise loudly—I blame softly. (Catherine the Great).