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|When All Is Said and Done, More Was Said Than Done Dear Little Pink Thing, |
Don't bark unless you mean it. And don't stop until they know you mean it. I sat
with this one for a while, Will. Not because the meaning was that obscure — it
|Many years ago, in the middle of a staff meeting, a colleague passed me a scrap |
of paper on which he had written, “When all is said and done, more things are
said than done.”When I consider the plethora of books, articles, consultants, and
|A favorite saying among parliamentarians is, “When all is said and done, there's |
a lot more said than done!” This little quip packs a lot of meaning, though. The
real reason your organization holds business meetings is to bring interested ...
|... is that when all is said and done, more is said than done. On the contrary, |
Forsyth contends, “In true preaching, as in a true sacrament, more is done than
said.” Darrell Johnson helpfully suggests that we stop asking how to “apply” the
|“But then, who is going to hear the report? Who is going to report it?” He said, “|
There is an old saying that goes like this: After all is said and done, more is said
than done. Nations can talk and talk and talk about problems that need solving,
|Like everything else in this book, talking about how something can be done is |
easier than actually doing it. As the proverb says, "when all is said and done,
more is said than done." Janice mustered the motivation to energize her efforts to
|My grandfather used to say when all is said and done, more is said than done. |
That is what is going on. We are talking about it and there is a lot of publicity
about it, but it does not seem that we are demanding and securing the border. We
|Enough: Definition of “Once.” A bore is a fellow who can chance the subject to his |
topic faster than you can change it back to yours. You never get a second chance
to make a good impression. After all is said and done, more is said than done.
|Making disciples takes more than any of us can actually give without Christ's help|
, and that, of itself is the point. J. Oswald ... As one wise man once said, “In the
final analysis when all is said and done, more will be said than done!” Although ...
|“I wish I had more time.” “The time has come.” “There is no time to lose.” “I have |
run out of time.” Don't have too many meetings. Entrepreneurs tend to forget, that
when all is said and done, more is said than done. All of the countries of the ...