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 Tip No. 8: "There is nothing worse than a sharp image of a fuzzy concept."
               -- Ansel Adams, noted American photographer, 1902-1994


 Tip No. 219: "Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls and
   looks like work."
               -- Thomas A. Edison, American inventor and businessman, 1847-1931

 Improve Communications And
  Watch yourself Soar

Developing the ability to speak with power and passion takes time and effort to master, but it will pay off in big dividends.
    Review strategies to help you improve contacts with customers, colleagues and family. Today we'll look at the Passive, Harmonious Watcher and the Analytical, Cautious Thinker. Tomorrow we'll discuss Magic Words and Power Phrases.
    During your next meeting, try to recognize your associates temperament style and use as many of these words as feasible.

Think Service
    Persons with the Passive, Harmonious Watcher
temperament style are service oriented. They ask "how" questions.
    Watchers value appreciation and fear conflict. When presenting to this buying style use these words: support, service,
family, harmony, dependable, caring, cooperation and helpful.
    Also words like easy, sincere, love, kindness, concern, considerate, gentle and relationship.

Quality First
    The Analytical, Cautious Thinker style of communicators are quality oriented. They ask "why" questions.
    Thinkers value accuracy and fear being viewed as incompetent. When presenting to this buying style use these words: safe, scientific, proven, value, learn and guaranteed.
    Also try using words like save, bargain, economical, quality, logical, reliable, accurate, perfect, security, precise and efficient.
    --Source: John
Boe presents a wide variety of motivational and sales-oriented keynote speeches and seminar programs for sales meetings and conventions. John is a nationally recognized sales trainer and business motivational speaker.



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Venus  was a major Roman goddess principally associated with love and beauty, the rough equivalent of the Greek goddess Aphrodite. She was considered the ancestor of the Roman people by way of its legendary founder, Aeneas, and played a key role in many Roman religious festivals and mythologies.

Venus' cult began in Ardea and Lavinium, Latium. On August 18, 293 BC, her oldest-known temple was built, and August 18 became a festival called the Vinalia Rustica. On April 23, 215 BC, a temple was built outside the Colline gate on the Capitol dedicated to Venus to commemorate the Roman defeat at the Battle of Lake Trasimene.

Venus was commonly associated with the Greek goddess Aphrodite and the Etruscan deity Turan, borrowing aspects from each. Additionally, Venus has been compared to Tlahuizcalpantecuhtli in Aztec mythology, Kukulcan in Maya mythology, Frigg and Freya in the Norse mythos, and Ushas in Vedic religion. Ushas is also linked to Venus by a Sanskrit epithet ascribed to her, vanas- ("loveliness; longing, desire"), which is cognate to Venus, suggesting a Proto-Indo-European link.