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When things are as they should be, or when things are supposed to be there and they are, they are said to be "in."
Lily's in planning made her an excellent event coordinator.
As a project manager,(...) Read More
1. Traditionally, auditing is sold in 12 1/2 hour blocks. Each of these blocks is called an intensive.
When you address an issue with auditing, you address it vigorously within a short period of time(...) Read More
Explaining why something that's wrong is really okay. When an action or situation is definitely wrong somehow, but the person can't admit it or is trying to make themselves feel better about it or(...) Read More
A person learns things all kinds of ways. They can learn by reading, doing things, watching others do things, thinking about things they've done or that others have done. When a person takes all this(...) Read More
1. MEST, or the MESTuniverse, refers to the universe where we find the things that make up the real world: trees, rocks, suns, mountains, atoms, chemical elements, trains, tables, chairs, etc. Spiritual(...) Read More
An emotion that doesn't fit the circumstances. Being misemotional isn't simply about having complicated feelings regarding a complicated situation in life. Misemotion is about having feelings that(...) Read More
1. To say critical things of someone or something.
While there are times when criticism may be constructive or warranted. But when someone is being derogatory, making snide comments, and acting hostilely(...) Read More