By Jessica Hagy, Contributer for Forbes
Before you're sprawled on your deathbed, there are some things you really have to say. They're not complicated. They're not poetry.
They're just short sentences with big meaning.
I hope they get you talking.
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Author: Mary Jo Asmus
“Wise men, when in doubt whether to speak or to keep quiet, give themselves the benefit of the doubt, and remain silent.” ~ Napoleon Hill
Many of us are continually re-learning the wisdom that tells us when it’s important to stay quiet. Yet that is what important conversations should strive for – lots of pauses and silence ripe with thought and ideas. I understand that there is a discomfort in silence in our noisy world. However, silence it’s also one of your most important leadership tools.