Address the most important
Address the most important work first. If you have too much work, make sure you complete the most important jobs first.
Address adults and professional seniority with the title Mr. Mrs. Miss or Ms. until you are asked by them to address them by their name.
Address people with their first names or as sir or madam, according to the work culture in your organization. Observe before you begin to talk.
Quality is more important than quantity. One home run is much better than two doubles. -Steve Jobs
My address is like my shoes. It travels with me. I abide where there is a fight against wrong. – Mother Jones
Address conflict as situation-related, rather than person-related.
It is important to appreciate other’s efforts, in doing so you show that you care and are motivated to work hard.
Lunges are an important part of a work out regime. They keep your quadriceps and hamstrings strong.
It is very important to know your current events and important issues that are being discussed in the news. Knowledge is power.
Being strong is important, but knowing who you can count on is more important.