Thursday, 5 April 2012

Business English Assignment 4EA02 - Actions Speak Louder Than Words


In other words, what a person actually does is more important than what they say they will do. it means that your actions communicate more clearly than your words can ever do. I strongly believe that actions speak louder than words. Because when a person do something, everybody who is around will judge the results of the action and will connect the action to the person who did it. Nowadays, communication, the ability to express views, plays an important role in life or career. But words without action mean little. In today’s world, it’s common place to find people making big promises but it is very rare to find people fulfilling all their promises.
One good example of it is the politician who is involved in a political scandal. Regardeless the politician can prove their innocence, the most of people will conect the politician's image to the scandal, and maybe don't support them in the next election process. Words are just words, so if anyone tells you so many fantastic things, do not believe them so easily. You need proof from their actions. In fact, a person who speaks much but does little is termed a ‘loudmouth’.
another example is you might be surprised when you treat someone well that they may end up being a life long friend. The way you treat people has a bigger affect on people than words because actions speak louder than words, treat others as you would like to be treated, and people will never forget how you made them feel.
Often, doing something is more powerful than saying it. Most people can only remember the things you do for them, not what you say. If you say that you will help out around, no one will notice anything until you actually do something. One thing I like to do is treating others the way you want to be treated is if you are nice to someone in the first place they will be nice back to you. so, if you put your mind to do something better even if it is just a little thing, you can accomplish anything.

source: (based on self-thought)

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