“A person can be truthful and not factual.”
My article, “Anatomy of Denials” is in the Jan/Feb 2018 issue of the much-respected Association of Fraud Examiners’ Fraud Magazine: Anatomy of Denials
“There has been absolutely no collusion,” is not the same as “There was no collusion.” Words Matter
I won’t or I wouldn’t doesn’t mean I didn’t.
I will or I would doesn’t mean I did.
What they say is important.
What they don’t say may be doubly important.
#AuthorJoeKoenig Getting the Truth
At the blink of an eye,
Life moves us from
Bliss to Sorrow,
Give to borrow.
Delivering us to another place,
A new destination,
From another space.
To sense what we haven’t sensed before;
To absorb what is around us.
See through things,
Our real worth,
What we’re made of,
And what we’ve become.
All the pieces are here,
Our family’s fabric
Sewn tightly together,
Sinewy and strong.
New and old blended together.
Year in year out, life gets better.
Author Joe Koenig “Getting the Truth”
MOORE: “Well Sean first let me say this these allegations are completely false, false and misleading.” Any denial that begins with the introduction, “..let me say..,” is a poor denial. We can “say” anything. Poor denials are evidence the allegation(s) is true. #AuthorJoeKoenig Buy Getting the Truth
I’m speaking at Maner Casterisan’s Solutions Conference Tuesday in Lansing: