Pink writes, "To the smart set, sales is an endeavor that requires little intellectual throw weight--a task for slick glad-handers
who skate through life on a shoeshine and a smile"--and deception, of course.
And as the former Blues midfielder issued a rallying cry to target the top four, starting today against Stoke, Di Matteo conceded he was not one of football's glad-handers
Maybe you're thinking today that it's time to reassess, and to glad-hand the glad-handers
, no matter where they're from.
Contacts embedded deep within the drinking dens of the Foreign Office tell me that Tel's shadowy government glad-handers
had been frantically but unsuccessfully trying to get a whiff of the way the ill-scented Whitehall wind was blowing on the repulsive Mugabe in order to re-calibrate the ol' moral compass.
Tagg is often portrayed as a curmudgeon by Stateside hacks more used to glad-handers
, and he seems to relish playing up to the preconceptions.
The new breed, however, is somewhat of a hybrid between the purely fact-based decision proponents and the old-school glad-handers
As young as the soldiers were, their radar was acute enough to sniff out frauds and glad-handers
Some maintain databases, some join groups (social or professional), some are good at selling new services to existing clients, while other are great glad-handers
, who excel at securing new clients.
Truly dexterous glad-handers
attempt the double-shake, as witnessed by Joe Roth's two-hander at last week's "13 Going on 30" preem.
The rules and taxes heaped upon them by the union glad-handers
on the City Council are too daunting to operate under.
Some of its local glad-handers
took me for a three-hour tour of an Easter egg factory, and let me assure you that was exactly as stimulating as it sounds.
Unfortunately, as soon as we found ourselves ensconced in the VVVIP area, things turned chillier as she was swamped with glad-handers