No one is saying that billboards and newspaper advertising cannot be effective, but don't fool yourself into
thinking they're enough.
DEWI WILLIAMS: Don't fool yourself into
thinking you will get a better service, different service yes, better unlikely, its simple bussiness, cost v service BABS FRYER: What a joke "proud".
Simply fool yourself into
feeling full and satisfied to drop the pounds.
It's also possible to fool yourself into
thinking that you're on track when you're not.
According to Joseph Halliman, the Pulitzer Prize winning author of Kidding Ourselves: The Hidden Power of Self-Deception: "if when the going gets tough you're able to fool yourself into
thinking this will work out, there can be an upside to this, and it's actually measurable, quantifiable and can inspire your performance in given situations." But we knew that already.
Never fool yourself into
believing that being evil is okay as long as you are giving your family a luxurious life.
Don't fool yourself into
thinking that if you are not hot you are not burning.
You fool yourself into
thinking that you're hungry - and so the cycle begins again.
The fables range from the well-known "Fox and Grapes" (moral: "Don't fool yourself into
saying that something is bad, when really you know it's good.
That isn't bad--just don't fool yourself into
thinking you are truly connecting and networking [online].
Poured in a wine glass with some ice cubes, you could almost fool yourself into
thinking you're enjoying a nice ros.
From the outside you may fool yourself into
thinking the Red Onion is unlicensed.
"You can fool yourself into
thinking `We're Mohawk.' But you're going to get everyone's best game because you've been laying a whooping on people for years.
" Don't fool yourself into
thinking you need every gardening gadget under the sun.
"Never fool yourself into
buying something that makes your foot look small or cute."