"Say What You Mean and Mean What You Say Without Being Mean When You Say It" ~ Meryl Runion Rose                                ShoppingCart Plum NB 50

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When I ask my assistant Angela to do things for me, she almost always responds with the words,

  • I'd be happy to do that for you.powerphrase_icon2

Sometimes, instead she says,

  • I'd love to do that for you.

There are times when she lets me know something isn't a great fit or she doesn't have time for a particular project - which I'd much rather she do than agree to something she can't do. Still, her words always support a statement she once made,

I am 100% committed to your success.

How different that is from someone who once told me the job beat flipping burgers!

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