(At class. Discussion about the success story of an entrepreneur. Question: After reading the article, in your opinion, what was his reason for success?)
Student 1: He had really good marketing skills….
Student 2: His commercial intelligence was impressive….
Student 3: His ability to do good promotions. That was the key…
Student 4: C’mon, his reason for success was good lying skills. He was a liar. Even in his first business, he sold the donkey as a mule!
Teacher: Haha. I love your oppositions! We are trying to show it in a nice way like “marketing”, “promotion”, “commercial intelligence” but you are just coming up with the cold truth: “he is a liar!”
This is definitely me when I’m discussing!