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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 ...
|He goes into work an hour or more early every morning and works overtime |
every night, (which he does not get paid for.) He is so ... On the rare occasions
they do get out, it is with people from his office, and they talk about work all night.
He was a ... talk for hours. He would listen but not open up and tell her about
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Barbara Pease, Allan Pease. When a woman tries to get a man to talk about his
feelings or problems, he resists because he sees it as criticism, or feels ... He can'
t help himself because his brain is programmed to do this. ... She can talk about
her problems to her friends for hours, giving a thorough 141 Thoughts, Attitudes,
Emotions, and Other Disaster Areas Why Men Offer Solutions Why Stressed
|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
|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
|He stood a little aside with Anna Lisa, and pretended to be talking to her ; but he |
did not listen to what she said, but tried to make out what the various groups were
chatting about. ... He feared he should not be able to contain himself for joy when
the clergyman preached about his fame, and that he would be sure to do : lie 's
not jealous, he lets every man have proper credit, if they will leave him his own.
|When the bomb burst, at some distance from him, he was hor_ribly vexed with |
himself, and stood up and looked around to see if ... Ah, this is bad," he thought,
flinching, they will surely kill me, and feeling how heavily he breathed, and how
the ... of the bastion, and six ofiicers besides, among whom was Praskukin, and
were talking about various details of the fight. ... and listening to the firing, which
in the casemate seemed very weak, Kalugin could not at all understand how he
|When the bomb burst, at some distance from him, he was horribly vexed with |
himself', and stood up and looked around to see if ... When fear has once
penetrated into the soul it does not soon give place to another feeling. ...
commander of the bastion, and six officers besides, among whom was Praskukin,
and were talking about various details of the fight. ... and listening to the firing,
which in the casemate seemed very- weak, Kalugin could not at all understand
how he twice allowed ...
|She was looking at him with a very puzzled expression a new idea had |
suddenly sprung into life, but it only added to her confusion. ... He has given
himself the pain of coming to Vine Cottage to hear a love-sick girl talk of her lover
and regret his absence. ... He has been here a quarter of an hour," says Ursula to
herself; "he will go away soon, and I think we are less friends than ever, for it is
worse to ...
|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 ...