5 Words of the Work Week July 27-31
Goal: Fit word of the day into common conversion.
Assiduity (Noun) – Constant or close application or effort; diligence; industry.
Example: The artist took three years to make his masterpiece, which speaks volumes to his assiduity.
Introvert (Noun or Verb) – A shy person; to turn inward
Example: Steve was an introvert, he often sat in the classroom when everyone else went outside for recess.
Effusive (Adjective) – Expressing feelings of gratitude, pleasure, or approval in an unrestrained or heartfelt manner.
Example: Effusive people make the world go around.
Benevolence (Noun) – desire to do good to others; goodwill; charitableness:
Example: According to Mary Shelley author of Frankenstein people are born good-hearted and loving, but life events cause them to lose their benevolence.
Perseverance (Noun) – Steady persistence in a course of action, a purpose, a state, etc.,especially in spite of difficulties, obstacles, or discouragement.
Example: Perseverance is often the difference between people who succeed in life, and people that do not live out their personal legend.
Quote Of the Week:
“ Confidence is not nearly as important as courage. And feeling like you can pull it off is not nearly as important as acting like you can” – A.J. Leon