BUD WALTON: I'm absolutely convinced that if I'd started bytelling the officer his radar was off or by losing my temperand getting angry and telling him I'm the mayor'scousin and I'll never visit this town again, I'd bedoomed from the start. If I want the officer to like me,to be understanding and not give me a ticket, then Ihave to assume a Really Useful Attitude like "I'm sorry"39or "Fair enough" or "My, what a fool I am" or "Oh wow,yes, thanks!"The last time I got stopped, the officer followed meinto the village supermarket parking lot and pulled toa stop across the back of my car; I got out and walked tohis car. From his physical appearance, with his beardand body set, I figured he was a Kinesthetic, or feeling-based person (you'll learn more about this later), so thefirst words out of my mouth were "Fair and square."That's because there was no doubt I was in the wrong. 黄色影院-电影在线观看,黄色的网址,黄色视频高清-欧美黄色电影-优衣库视频 With woes far heavier than the ponderous tomb We know that our anticsour company cheers or our songs or my hulacan sometimes be pretty corny,or hokey. We couldn't care less. Sure, it's a little strange for a vice president to dress in pink tights and along blond wig and ride a white horse around the Bentonville town square, as Charlie Self did in 1987,after he lost a Saturday morning meeting bet that December sales wouldn't top $1.3 billion. And it is oddfor a former executive like Ron Loveless to come out of retirement at every year-end meeting andpresent his annual LEIR report, the Loveless Economic Indicator Report, based on the number of edibledead chickens found on the roadsidewith charts and graphs and the whole bit. (The harder times are,the fewer edibles you find on the roadside.)Maybe it is a little hokey to surprise your president with the gift of a live pig, but that's what a Sam'sClub crew did to David Glass at one meeting to kick off a sales competition with a football theme. Theytold him they had planned to give him a pigskin, then decided, what the heck, why not leave the pig in it. I worked with actors, comedians and drama teachersin America and storytellers in Africa to adaptimprovisational drills into exercises that enhance conversationalskills.