listen to the message and ignore the messenger
Gil Stonebarger

If the messenger does a poor job at communicating his message effectively, he should be able to take some criticism for it. No Communications Director would get off for issuing a sloppy, self-congratulatory version of his boss’ message without taking some flak for it, after all.

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