Using Idioms or Sayings in Story Telling

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Using Idioms or Sayings in Story Telling
achyut karve, Student (Other), India, Member
Idioms and sayings are rules of the thumb. If one can bring them into the context of business objectives by citing experiences it can make a good short story. In the Gita, Krishna says that yoga is the skill in action. What idioms and sayings do is they express the do's and dont's. Thus managers can convince subordinates why a particular job needs to done in a particular way and not in any other. (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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