Thursday, 23 January 2014

Tact


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Tact

People with tact have less to retract. - Arnold Glasgow

Tact in audacity is knowing how far you can go without going too far. - Jean Cocteau

Tact is one of the first mental virtues, the absence of which is often fatal to the best of talents. - William Gillmore Simms

Tact is rubbing out anothers mistakes, not rubbing them in. - Marvin J. Ashton 

Tact is something that goes unnoticed when it is used – but when it is not used, everybody notices. - Unknown

Tact is the art of convincing people that they know more than you do. - Raymond Mortimer

Tact is the knack of making a point without making an enemy. - Howard W. Newton

Tact is the rare ability to keep silent while two friends are arguing, and you know both of them are wrong. - Sir Hugh Percy Allen

Tact is the rare talent for not admitting you were right in the first place. - Unknown

Tact is the unsaid part of what you think; its opposite, the unthought part which you say. - Henry van Dyke 

Tactfulness is being careful to pick the best time for all concerned. Even saying nothing may be the sort of tact that is just right for the situation. - Leo Buscaglia

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