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Silence Makes a Person More Powerful

Silence Makes a Person More Powerful

A person who controls their speech wields great power. Observing before acting, and speaking only when necessary, demonstrates confidence and masculinity.

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Sometimes being silent is better than making noise. Use your words carefully and speak only when it's necessary.

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