Startup Professionals Musings: What the 5 Stages of Grief Teach Us About Technology


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Not the Toastmaster Grammarian’s Word of the Day – REAL WOD – a Newsletter by Word of Genius.


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Otiose
ō-shē-ˌōs
adjective
1

Having no real purpose

2

Useless; pointless

Examples of Otiose in a sentence

“With the invention of the iPod, my CD collection has been rendered otiose.”

“The shed was filled with otiose tools that should have been thrown away long ago.”

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ChangeThis Issue 178 | July 2019 – Newsletter


Change the economy. Marjorie Kelly shines a spotlight on experiments that are beginning to build an economy that could enable us all to live well and do so within planetary boundaries. Read Redesigning Business for a Democratic Economy.
Change your strength. Peabody award winner Veronica Rueckert, author of Outspoken, reminds women it is their right to breathe and talk and take up space, even when the world tells them the opposite. Read It Is Your Right To Be Heard: Why Women’s Voices Get Silenced and How to Set Them Free.
Change your approach. Tony Saldanha, CEO of Transformant, investigates the two challenges facing companies on the road to being digitally transformed entities and sustained market leaders. Read How to Reverse the Dismal Failure Rate of Digital Transformations.
Change the red tape. John R. Brandt urges companies to look at themselves through their customers’ eyes in order to stop the practices and processes that keep them stuck in the past. ReadNincompoopery: How to Find and Kill the Corporate Stupidity That Drives Customers Crazy.
Change the cliché. Robert Spector & Keith Bendis want you to put down the well-worn turns of phrase and pick up your imagination. Read Having Said That: Business Clichés to Avoid Like the Plague.
Change training. Career Coach Dean Karrel has found that the best employee training tool is the simplest one. Read Mastering the Basics.
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