Don’t screw this up.
If you can’t decide, let me know and I can help.
You’re always late.
The key to motivating another person is to give them a reputation to live up to – not to live down.
Remember when you did this for me in record time a year ago?
You always exceed my expectations.
I thought about this and decided that of everyone I could have asked, you’re the person to get the job done.
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