Increasing one’s vocabulary is a way to expand your mind and articulate your thoughts in new ways. Below if the word of the week for the week of 2/27/17.
Narcosis: noun : [nahr-koh-sis] : a state of stupor or greatly reduced activity produced by a drug.
Example: The doctor gave Tiffany pain meds to put her in narcosis after her long surgery.
Even individuals that are excellent in their field need to step away and break now and then. Make sure you rejuvenate yourself by stepping away from you work, project, or job and relax. Take that time away to reflect on where you are and what adjustments need to be made to get where you need to be. Come back from your hiatus renewed and more focused than ever. It’s time to reload!
You might be able to fool the world but when you look in the mirror you know who you are. Don’t hype yourself up to be something you aren’t at the same time give yourself credit for legit achievements. Be truthful without yourself on what you need to work on and start building yourself up from there. Trying to build greatness on top of false pretenses will lead to crumbles in the foundation and the pressure of continuing to present a façade.
Increasing one’s vocabulary is a way to expand your mind and articulate your thoughts in new ways. Below if the word of the week for the week of 2/20/17.
Naive: adjective : [nah-eev] : having or showing a lack of experience, judgment, or information.
Example: People that are naive are more prone to fall for online scams.
Everyone doesn’t want to see you be successful. In fact most of the time you share your goals and aspirations with people they congratulate and offer no help, laugh/put you down, and or don’t seem to react at all. In extreme situations someone might get jealous and try to sabotage or copy your goal. Therefore, stop telling everyone your next move for more likely than are not they aren’t going to increase the odds of you achieving it.
Dress for the position and life style you want. Whether people admit it or not outward appearance leaves and impression and creates bias for how the world treats you. More than likely if you go to restaurant or store in a suit versus casual attire you will be received differently. Don’t dress in a way you don’t want to be treated. If you want to be treated like a business professional don’t walk around in jeans and a hoodie. As a society we need to do better at sticking to the rules of when to wear certain items. An example is not wearing a hoodie or baggy clothes at your place of business. The way you dress also affects the kind of people you attract. Dress in a way that enhances your image.
Increasing one’s vocabulary is a way to expand your mind and articulate your thoughts in new ways. Below if the word of the week for the week of 2/13/17.
Machete: verb : [muh–shet-ee] : a large heavy knife used especially in Latin-American countries in cutting sugarcane and clearing underbrush and as a weapon.
Example: Latin-American countries use a machete as their weapon of choice.
You are responsible for your life. You can’t go through life blaming other people for your problems and using them as excuses. Eventually, people are going to let you down at some point. Trust in yourself because in your heart you know what you really want. Only you are going to naturally do what’s in your best interest.
Dictatorship itself isn’t bad, its what people do with it that is the problem. Dictate your future to everyone. Grab the world by the horns and show your dominance. Reign supreme amongst men like you control your destiny.
Increasing one’s vocabulary is a way to expand your mind and articulate your thoughts in new ways. Below if the word of the week for the week of 2/6/17.
Macerate: verb : [mas–uh-reyt] : to soften or separate into parts by steeping in a liquid.
Example: The newspaper was to macerated to read from sitting outside too long in the rain.