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Three Tips of the day with examples!

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If You Can't Beat Them, Join Them(if you can't defeat your opponents, join forces with them)Mrs. Kowalski had never been much of a sports fan— unlike her husband and two children. Onweekends the others would take in either a basebal or a footbal game, while she stayed homealone. After a while the situation became a source of great annoyance to her. One weekend, tothe utter amazement of her husband and children, she announced that she wanted to attend thefootbal game with them. She thought, If you can't beat them, join them. Mrs. Kowalskirealized that since she could not talk her family out of attending the games, she might aswell join them in one of their favorite pastimes. By joining her family on the weekends she would al eviate her loneliness, and in time she might even come to like sports as much as herhusband and children did.


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If You Can't Stand the Heat, Get Out ofthe Kitchen(if you can't tolerate the pressures of a particularsituation, remove yourself from that situation)When Chris got a position as a legal secretary with one of the most prestigious law firms in thecity, he was elated. However, it was not long before he became snowed under with work. As thepressures of the job increased, he began to complain about the long hours and the excessiveamount of work. One day, after a fel ow employee heard him complain once again about thestack of paperwork on his desk, she quite bluntly told him: If you can't stand the heat, get out of the kitchen. Actual y, Chris had been thinking about quitting. After only three months on the job, it became apparent to him that since he could not handle the pressures of the job, heshould leave the firm and seek employment elsewhere. The only reason he had been hangingon was because good jobs were so hard to come by.


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Leave Well Enough Alone(don't try to improve something that is alreadysatisfactory)Greetings, Vicki. What have you been up to lately?Oh, I've been busy working on my sculpture for the spring art exhibition. I'm just not satisfiedwith the symmetry between the head and the torso.I'm no connoisseur, but when I saw your sculpture last week I was very impressed. Real y,Vicki. Don't change a thing! Leave well enough alone! If you keep trying to improve yoursculpture, you might end up ruining it.Do you real y think so?Absolutely. There's no reason for you to change something that is already satisfactory.Maybe you're right. I'l sleep on it and see how I feel about the whole thing tomorrow.

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