We’ll make it work

Written by Moudy Mudzielwana

On Jun 16, 2022

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<p>The expression “We’ll make it work” communicates two different ideas: “We’re in it together” and “This is a commitment.”</p>
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<p>This phrase, “We’ll make it work,” has the power to unite both sides of a crisis.</p>
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<p>And if you don’t want to make a long-term commitment, simply say no.</p>
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<p>There are a few instances in which the word “try” could be used as an excuse to avoid responsibility or as a sincere attempt to convey the degree of ambiguity surrounding factors beyond your control.</p>
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<p>However, most of the time, it is up to us to avoid making empty promises.</p>
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