Fear Not Those Who Argue But Those Who Dodge

Fear Not Those Who Argue But Those Who Dodge

What does fear mean, but avoidance? 3

This is an excerpt from Dale Carnegie used by a real estate investor I know.

There is nothing to hide from the people you are arguing with. They are ready to join you and talk to you about any problems.

Example:

Q: Where did you last go?

A: I went out with some friends and asked someone for advice, is this a problem for you?

People who avoid questions lie or hide.

Example:

Q: Where did you last go?

How far Last minute? When was the last class?

This means you don't have to be afraid of the loudest person in the room. Don't be afraid to argue ... that means don't be afraid of people who insist on arguing. A true fighter knows discipline and knows when to ■■■■■■ and when not to. This disciplined person will not be loud and aggressive. This man will not become an egg in battle, but after many attempts to worsen the situation, he will defend and defend himself. So the part that says ... but our tset is invited. It also means not surrounding a man ... a desperate man is a liar.

I would be concerned about avoiding answering a question, even while arguing. There are so many shadows that man has no meaning. What are they hiding, why hide from you?

Fear Not Those Who Argue But Those Who Dodge