The Power Behind Words...Written by George Papazoglou
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Here's a priceless "trick" you can put into action, to be more influential... more powerful:
Start "recording" behavior and "interactions" among people...
Each time you witness people to come into any kind of agreement, make notes on "what words" did "submitter" use, to sway "receiver" to play his game?
Repeat this process until you've gathered enough "data" and then practice with it. Your goal is to become a highly influential "Submitter". What would happen if you prolifically used this priceless information to your advantage?
How much could you improve and develop yourself as a potentially leading entity, with unparalleled Power of Words?
You can be a fine Master of Words, a Powerful Submitter, an Explosive Personality through practice, persistence, innovation and a highly motivational idiosyncrasy.
George Papazoglou is the author behind: http://www.1motivation.com
ThanksWritten by John W. Sammon
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I'd like to thank Colin Powell, who subverted good inside himself after getting on Bush's bad side trying to counsel moderation and collective security, for giving up, becoming a stooge mouthpiece of Bush----to preserve his job. I'd like to thank extreme right wing for their "my-country-right-or-wrong" mentality, for denying others right to disagree (without being labeled subversive or a supporter of Saddam), for equating war in much same manner as a tailgate party at a football game. I'd like to thank all excuse makers, who came up with a continuing array of whoppers as evidence mounted on weapons, from "we'll find them," to "they'll turn up," to "we'll show weapons' systems," to "the weapons were shipped to Syria just before war started," to whatever next week's is. I'd like to thank those clueless Americans who watch reality TV, but still think Iraq used weapons of mass destruction in war, and that such weapons have already been found, and who continue to believe government's lie that Baghdad was behind 9-11 attacks in New York. I'd like to thank those people who believe United States is only country in world that matters, and that French are hateful because they disagreed (ironically Germans, also against war, escaped such criticism. Nobody has recommended we rename German measles as we did with French fries). I'd especially like to thank all Americans who simply waved aside any nagging questions or doubt, and said, "I don't care." You're what this war and corporate rape of America is all about.
John W. Sammon writes a weekly politically incorrect humor column you may access at Sammonsays.com.