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  • wifilibrarian shared from Containment by Christian Cantrell
    She told her class once that meetings were not actually for communicating, but for fixing breakdowns in communication. In a well-run work environment, communication should be constant and efficient and organic, and formal meetings should almost never be necessary.
    Note: Meetings aren't for communication, but are for fixing a breakdown. Coms should be constant, organic.
  • wifilibrarian shared from A Sigh for Life's Completion by Sara Kuhns
    “The only thing that comes all at once is the lottery. And there aren’t many winners there. Earn your relationships like your money, let them build; give yourself a chance to learn your way around things. Because then what you have will be something—something great. You know, I could’ve played, maybe won the lottery—but then I wouldn’t have this place, something I built with my heart from the bottom up. I coulda gone for the easy girl but I would never have known your mother. Are you hearing me? This is just as, if not more important than my usual advice…”
  • wifilibrarian shared from The Reapers are the Angels by Alden Bell
    Temple, you shouldn’t say ain’t. Why not? It’s poor grammar, he says, as though he’s quoting something. It speaks to a lack of sophistication. Poor grammar’s the only kind of grammar I got.
  • wifilibrarian shared from The Reapers are the Angels by Alden Bell
    Temple, you shouldn’t say ain’t. Why not? It’s poor grammar, he says, as though he’s quoting something. It speaks to a lack of sophistication. Poor grammar’s the only kind of grammar I got.
  • wifilibrarian shared from Air: Mortal Choice (Elements of the Undead) by William Esmont
    somnambulant
    Note: First use of Kindle app's dictionary
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