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originally posted by: Substracto
Not sure, but salesmen repeat the same stuff over and over again, because that's a good way to pass the message, same with publicity.
Central and eastern European leaders may be particularly wary after Trump declared Nato was “obsolete”. Judy Dempsey, senior associate at Carnegie Europe, said: “What Trump has said about Nato is music to the Kremlin’s ears. If that is what an American thinks of Nato, the bedrock about the transatlantic alliance, which Russia is always trying to divide and split and weaken, well, Trump is handing them a silver platter.”
Last December Putin called Trump “a very colourful and talented man” and “the absolute leader” in the US presidential race, and since then Russia has remained just about the only place on the planet outside the US where the idea of a Trump presidency is viewed positively. In a YouGov poll of all G20 countries, Russia was the only one where a majority of people backed Trump over Clinton.
These people are high-achievers. They are great at multi-tasking unrelated duties and jobs. They usually perform beyond par.
They are constantly in a race to achieve higher goals. When goals are attained, they set much loftier aspirations. They can’t rest on their laurels.
They find it difficult to accept failure. It is never one of their realities. For them, others fail, they don’t.
They feel like time is an opponent that they have to beat every day. They will work their butts off to exhaustion.
This severe sense of urgency makes them edgy. Relaxation is difficult for them.
They need to compete. If there is no obvious competition, they create one.
They are driven people, usually self-driven. Their stress levels are generally high.