Edward G. Brown
Author of 'The Time Bandit Solution' and Co-Founder of Cohen Brown Management Group
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It's just like your mother said: It's the way you express things sometimes that really matters.
The polite way to say, Gee whiz, Mr. Colleague, Mr. Boss or Mr. Client, I can't get anything done with your constant interventions.
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