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|If it will add to your argument, choose and use your words to add pathos to topics |
which might at first appear highly technical or limited to factual accounts. ...
Remember the old Chinese proverb 'The tongue can paint what the eye can't see'
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|And the followers should feel that they can trust their leader, their words and |
promises. To Sun Tzu ... Here, the relevance of the Chinese proverb, “the tongue
can paint what the eye can't see” floats out and can thus be seen. The Singapore
|Proverb If you can't get people to listen to you any other way, tell them it's |
confidential. - Proverb The tongue can paint what the eye can't see. - Proverb,
Chinese More flies are caught with honey than with vinegar. - Proverb, French
Those that ...
|To which I replied, “I like better the one that states: 'The tongue can paint what the |
eye can't see.'” EXECUTIVE, NOT ENGINEER Reagan was no fan of the practice
of bringing in slides for a talk. To Reagan, it reflected the style of an engineer, ...
|My response to the Chinese adage “One picture [may be] worth a thousand |
words” is another Chinese saying: “The tongue can paint what the eye can't see.”
Words are the essence of communication. Reinforcement Rather Than
|SEVEN. PRIMING. Plant Positive Verbal Seeds The tongue can paint what the |
eye can't see. —Chinese proverb Successful Thriving Respected Appreciated
Confident Loved Energetic Positive Victorious Secure I just gave you a gift, and
|... The real diabolical twist would be to have my son furnish the death strike he |
already has experience at murder why not The tongue can paint what the eye
can't see Sadly but truefully there is no equality in happiness The greatest
|Proverb, Chinese The tongue can paint what the eye can't see. - Proverb, |
Chinese One step at a time is good walking. - Proverb, Chinese When planning
for a year, plant corn. When planning for a decade, plant trees. When planning for
|Such overt response will have a tendency to train your muscles to respond to |
what you say in the pulpit. .... one picture may be worth a thousand words,
another Chinese maxim must be embraced: “The tongue can paint what the eye
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