Day 24 – Speak to people as though you were a global corporation.

there has got to be a better way

There is my good man! Simply use more words like these:

win-win
mutual benefits
window of opportunity
framework
ascertain
colaberate

Today I provided innovative solutions for food development & children verification and validation (CV&V), i.e., I made peanut butter & pickle crackers for Nick’s after school snack. My commitment to excellence, my flexibility, and my productivity combine to provide world-class service and exceptional value.

Nathan Merner Duke
Making people sick since 1978

Points earned: 3
Total points: 64

ps. here’s a little something that I found funny (that’s stumpie)
http://abcnews.go.com/GMA/Entertainment/story?id=1564779

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5 Responses to “Day 24 – Speak to people as though you were a global corporation.”

  1. Keith Says:

    Sadly, at h&r block, that’s how i have to talk all the time, but mind these words: People respect you no matter what if you wear a tie

  2. n8duke Says:

    Truer words were never spoken.

  3. aj Says:

    peanut butter and pickle crackers? gross.

  4. Joe Says:

    Here at JoeCorp, we like to take an extra moment out of each day, just to make sure that you’re satisfied with our performance on your blog. It might take a bit more time, but we feel it’s worth it, because three points today means a lifetime of memories tomorrow. 27(?)

  5. Sam Says:

    This blog is a win-win situation. It’s a colaboration of a window of oppurtunities and a framework of things that we need to ascertain.

    Or.

    Something.

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