A Powerful Phrase You Can Use To Describe A Task That’s Exceedingly Difficult or Impossible
By Gene Griessman, Ph.D.
Here’s are some useful words you can add to your vocabulary.
Recently Steve Karnacki, a senior writer at Solon.com, was a guest on a national TV show. When Karnacki was asked to comment on a dilemma that a prominent politician found himself in, he replied: “That’s a needle he can’t thread.”
How can you use this yourself? Well, you can use it verbatim if you’re describing an impossible situation, either another person’s or your own.
Or, if you’re considering a task that’s formidable, you can say: “That needle is going to be hard to thread.”
That’s word power you can use.
–Gene Griessman is an award-winning professional speaker, actor, and consultant. His video “Lincoln on Communication” is owned by thousands of corporations, libraries, and government organizations. He has spoken at conventions all over the world. To learn more about his presentations, contact us at 404-435-2225 or firstname.lastname@example.org Learn more about Gene Griessman at presidentlincoln.com and atlantaspeakersbureau.com
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