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|Use judgment to estimate future sales and EPS growth rates. Use judgment to |
select P/E ratios. DOLLAR SENSE If you get all the facts, your judgment can be
right; if you don't get all the facts, it can't be right. —Bernard Baruch (1870-1965) ...
Carl C. Gaither, Alma E. Cavazos-Gaither - 2012 - 2770 pages
|1943 Am I supposed to give all the facts, or some of the facts, or my opinions or |
your opinions or what? ... American presidential advisor 1870–1965 If you get all
the facts, your judgment can be right; if you don't get all the facts, it can't be right.
|Nothing in education is so astonishing as the amount of ignorance it accumulates |
in the form of inert facts. - Adams, Henry ... Bacon, Francis If you get all the facts,
your judgment can be right; if you don't get all the facts, it can't be right. - Baruch ...
|If not, can you fill all the evidence-gaps with affidavits? ... (Don't oversell!) ' The |
odds of losing. ' The risk and consequences of triggering a cross-MSJ. And have
the client make the ... First investigate the facts, conduct discovery, and research
the law. Your motion will fail unless you take the time to: ' Cultivate admissible
MSJ evidence establishing your client's right to summary judgment, and ' Pin
down your opponent through discovery, so the opponent can't dispute material
|The attitude that “anything goes as long as it furthers your interests" is |
questionable at best and with certainty is an ... There are all kinds of ways this
can be explained, but in direct terms, to do this you need to follow just a few basic
... If you do something illegal, you will get caught so don't even try to go down that
path. ... The facts always come out in the end so make certain those facts won't
embarrass you or get you sent to prison. ... Always do the right thing — have
|If you don't know the facts, you can't understand the principle the case is teaching|
. One of my favorite law professors used to tell us again and again: “Remember
cases are stories with a point. You can't get the point if you don't know the story.
|and table pounders, if they're smart and knowledgeable, can get a lot out of a |
deal, but no more than those who speak ... Remember, you're hiring people to
guide your professional life, not to travel on the tour bus. ... This may sound
strange to you, but I get emotional about my own problems (just as you do), and I
don't trust my judgment when I'm too close to the situation. ... The fact that
someone came in with rave reviews doesn't mean they'll be right for you, so
consider them “on ...
|Later on, our spirits will re-unite with our bodies for Judgment." "Well, that's not |
too bad, man. So what if my name isn't in the Book of Life, as long as I do all right
here." "You don't know what you're talking about," said the man arrogantly and ...
|Fact Checking This does not mean that you as a creative nonfiction writer have a |
clear field to write anything you ... The date ofthe Vanity Fair article, the words I
attribute to both Wolcott and Wilde—all ofthat can be confirmed and much more,
... Because a blurry line exists between fact and truth, readers will usually make a
judgment about the veracity ofthe stories being ... but you must be trustworthy and
your facts must be right if you're going to be a credible writer of creative nonfiction
|expect a certain contribution, they will seek you out more and more to hear what |
else you have to say. ... If you can't think of anything to say that you think is
relevant or important at first, then in your next meeting, paraphrase someone
else's ... Men use this tactic all the time, with great success! ... performance, or the
facts about you second, and your judgment third. If ... to me at the time, and she
said, “Carla, your main problem right now is that you are too willing to show it
when don't know.