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|Besides my being fascinated with it, I believe our company can substantially help |
you in that goal." "I read that article about you in ... Benjamin Disraeli said, "Talk
to a man about himself and he will listen for hours." It's true. As a salesperson, I ...
|"This prospect was an extreme type — he wanted to do all the talking himself, |
and it kept Tom busy keeping him tied down to talking about the car. ... "With the
ordinary prospect this will not happen, for this one was that irrepressible type that
can't keep still and listen to someone else; he will spend a half hour straight
talking to a good listener and then tell what a fine chat he had with the other man.
|He had heard it all his life from lips of rough, violent men; yes, he had used it |
himself, scores of times, when, in frequent fits of ... O, can 't you ? I 'm sorry. Well,
you can listen while we read. I think you will be able to understand what we shall
read and talk about to-day. ... talked about the poor sightless man, about his
coming to Jesus in his great need, and about the pity and power that good
|If you are observant, you will be able to listen in to these presumably private |
conversations more often than you would think. I was playing tennis ... he missed
a shot. I could hear him talking out loud to himself. ... Not once did I hear him tell
himself one positive thing like “Nice shot,” even when he made one. In spite of his
|make a schedule for him if he can read it. ... Tell him exactly when you will visit |
next, and write this down for him so he can use it to remind himself. ... Even if he
is not fully aware of the issues, he can enjoy the act of listening and talking.
|I was informed by my young man, Sam Turner, who was on the watch, and I |
immediately sent same to the hotel and the doctor was brought to my house ... He
was willing to pay $50,000 for the will, and declared that he could raise the
money as soon as he returned to New Orleans, but that was his limit. ... His talk
was very rough, I will admit. I tried to check him, but he would not listen. ... He
kept muttering to himself and calling on some one named Eliza to kill. him and
put him out of his ...
|I checked him out.” “Ah ... Will sounded mad. ... “Mom tries to listen in on Ronnie |
when she's talking on the phone. ... Between attending school and practicing the
piano, he had little free time, and the person he most often found himself talking
to was Pastor Harris. By that point in his life, the piano had become an obsession,
and Steve would often practice for four to six hours a day, lost in his own world of
|You can say anything to me.' How was it ... him at all? Mark meant himself, he |
meant that he wanted to talk to John. ... He knew intuitively that little as he wanted
to, he now only had to listen. In an hour or so he could make his escape.
|Will Davis. 'You're fucking mad. Get out.' He doesn't move. 'Get out!' Vlad screams|
. But he is burning up, as if a volcano ... After a long while with this gentle, almost
motherly rocking he is able to get a hold of himself and he speaks. ... Vlad listens
in silence until he is finished talking. ... He will listen to the silence of the house, a
silence at once familiar and alien. ... Instead he will spend hours and hours
pushing his legs out to the side or in front of him, bending over them, tendons
|They will be rolling in half an hour. That apprentice of yours had better be back |
shortly or we will leave without him. He can catch up after he is done talking
himself blue to anyone who will listen.” Judas came out from under the cart,
wiping his ...