When is it okay to lose your cool?

Is ‘reacting’ to a situation, necessarily the same as losing your cool? You don’t think of it as such when your ‘reaction’ is to laugh at someone’s joke for example. It’s not considered ‘losing your cool’ when you’re expressing emotions of happiness in response to something you hear from a friend. It’s only considered ‘losing your cool’ when you burst into tears or a raging fit of anger. If you […]

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You Snooze, You Lose

The phrase originated in 1968 when Wilbur Croskowsky’s wife included it in the script she wrote for her husband’s commercial. “You snooze, you lose!” was merely in regards to the mattress sale that was taking place. Today it’s one of the most commonly used phrases, and it’s an accurate one at that. If you don’t take advantage of a good sale, someone else will. It’s true; things go on sale […]

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