How To Click With People
Secrets To Better Relationships
Click. It makes marriages, forms friendships, bonds brothers. It seals deals, wins elections, sells sneakers. It gets you the job, gets you promoted, gets you
a date, even gets you out of the dog house. It makes the world your oyster, keeps options on the table and opens doors for you.
If you’re like most people, you think clicking is an instantaneous thing, that it
either happens or it doesn’t. You’d be wrong. You can learn to click. You can
make click happen.
Your personal statement should be exactly that — personal. This is your opportunity to tell us about yourself — your hopes, ambitions, life experiences, inspirations. We encourage you to take your time on this assignment. Be open. Be reflective. Find your individual voice and express it honestly.
This may be a no-brainer (obvious thruth), but the funny thing is that the more sex you have, the more likely you are to get pregnant. ... If you're a female, of course.
Something that requires (needs) little mental effort or intelligence to perform or understand. The term is often applied to (used for) decisions which are straightforward (clear) or sometimes to people who appear (seem) to lack intelligence.
'No-brainer' is American in origin and was first used there in the 1950s. The earliest example that I've found of its use in the sense of 'requiring little mental effort' is in this 'The Berrys' cartoon, by Carl Grubert, which appeared in the Long Beach Independent, December 1959:
The first example of the term with the meaning of 'easily made decision' is from the Canadian newspaper The Lethbridge Herald, January 1968, in a report on an ice hockey game:
He'd break in on a goalie and the netminder would make one of those saves that our manager-coach, Sid Abel, calls "a no-brainer."
The application of 'no-brainer' to individuals came later, after the term was already well established; for example, this from Tom Alibrandi's 1979 novel Killshot:
"I'll unanimously be voted the no-brainer-of-the-month award."
Wondering What To Do On 'No Brainer Day'?
Today, February 27th, is officially “No Brainer Day,” a day for all of us just to kick back, stop over analyzing every little thing and just have fun with the friends, family and the hobbies we love.
See more at: http://www.allsparkfireworks.com/blog/set-off-fireworks-on-no-brainer-day/
Some of the attempts are mythical and legendary; others are true stories with real documentation.
<- A bicycle with wings attached to its frame for an early attempt at a flying machine
When early humans attempted to fly, they mimicked birds -- often with disastrous results.
Adam says: 'Eve, you're the only one for me!'
In his first attempt to be romantic, Adam merely (only) states the obvious.
At that time Eve had been the only woman. Adam had no choice at all!
This is very interestinbg diagram. If you have time, study it!
Instructions: Let's say you need to write n
an essay and submit it (give it) after 5 days. The scheme shows what are the options you have.
Who's Really "Relying on Assumptions and Beliefs to Shape Reality" in Afghanistan War Debate?
That is an inversion (opposite) of reasoned argument, as it relies on (gamble on) assumption and beliefs to shape reality, rather than using reality as a base for arguments and beliefs.
To read the full article click on the following link: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/derrick-crowe/whos-really-relying-on-as_b_718038.html
California Marijuana Lawyers: Don't Rely on Assumptions
Why would the government do this?
Because twice, the property (building) owner rented two of his 12 available office spaces to medical marijuana dispensaries. He made the mistake of assuming such operations were totally legal in California.
To read the whole blog post, click on the link below:
50-Year-Old Assumptions Dragging Down Obamacare
("Obamacare" is the name of President Obama's health program)
... and a wave of mobile health apps are unraveling (undo) old assumptions about how care should be delivered and financed...
What are Input and Output devices?
An attempt at presenting Krashen's input hypothesis in language learning by students of PBET 2113 Faculty of Education Universiti Malaya.
It's a nice presentation. http://www.slideshare.net/drrubrico/krashens-input-hypotheses
A hypothesis is an educated guess about how things work.
Check this website for more information on that topic:
Cover only one topic in each paragraph