Boldness doesn't mean rude, obnoxious, loud, or disrespectful.Being bold is being firm, sure, confident, fearless, daring, strong, resilient, and not easily intimidated.
It's a thing, especially among white, Suzuki driving classes, to hate window washers. I stare firmly into the middle distance with the determination of middle class willful ignorance. They're a symbol of how broken New Zealand really is.
The champion of these types, Mr young and sensible MP Jami-Lee Ross, sums this up by saying that they're "very threatening and intimidating." He wants to make window washing "effectively illegal" and punishable with a $150 fine. They'll all have the money to pay that.) I'm not entirely sure how intimidating it is when you're separated by a tonne of metal and glass. It's inconvenient when I'm on my way to get my nails done.
It means you're willing to go where you've never been, willing to try what you've never tried, and willing to trust what you've never trusted. Mike Yaconelli People who ask confidently get more than those who are hesitant and uncertain.
When you've figured out what you want to ask for, do it with certainty, boldness and confidence.
FOLLOWING A LENGTHY trial that lasted eight weeks and then jury deliberations of just a few hours, the six Jobstown defendants have been found not guilty of the false imprisonment of the former Tánaiste, Joan Burton, and her adviser, Karen O’Connell.