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How to Use Power Phrases to Say What You Mean, Mean What You Say, and Get What You Want
Meryl Runion

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Acknowledgments Part 1 Why PowerPhrases? An Idea Whose Time Has Come 1. Power Up, StandUp, SpeakTall 2. PowerPhrases 101: The ABCs of PowerPhrases 3. Poison Phrases: Respect-Robbing Words That Weaken, Vicious Venom Phrases That Maim 4. Do You Suffer from “PowerPhrase Deficiency”? Take the PowerPhrase Quiz and Find Out Part 2 The Six Secrets of PowerPhrases 5. Secret #1: It’s What You Don’t Say: A PowerPhrase Is Short 6. Secret #2: It’s in the Details: A PowerPhrase Is Specific 7....
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