Tips for Use. A possible answer at a job interview, to questions of the type, “Are you reliable?” “Do you have a sense of responsibility?” or similar. The interviewer, whether consciously or not, already expects you to say yes, but is more interested in how you come across with your declarations or self-description. No one can say whether he will believe you or not, but he will certainly remember you. The prospective employer will at least appreciate the originality and the probability that some exposure to good literature may have helped your writing skills.
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And I promise, no sales calls, trade leads, venomous schemes, hidden plots, Machiavellian conspiracies, commercial ploys, psychological tricks, leads exchanges, barter proposals, suggestions or offers of any kind imaginable (and unimaginable).
Of course, if you acquire the book “Your Daily Shakespeare” you will not only enjoy it but you will find it very useful. The quote in this post and more than ten thousand others will lead you to find the words that perfectly strengthen your argument(s). After all Shakespeare wrote them, I simply extracted, structured and compiled them so as to make Shakespeare both useful in your life endeavors and very “user friendly” as they say. And if you wish I will even sign the book. But this is the extreme extent of any “sales” effort, call or solicitation.
In the play. Cassius and Brutus approach Caesar requesting that he pardons Publius Cimber but he refuses and gives this reason (quote) for an answer as evidence of an unshakable character.
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