Today we visit with Michele Gelfand, author of RULE MAKERS, RULE BREAKERS:
How Tight and Loose Cultures Wire Our World.
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How long is it okay to live with your parents after graduating from college? Four years. Yep, college grads have until the age of 27, and then most people think it's time to move on.
More than half of us would rather eat a carry-out meal than go to a Michelin starred restaurant. Among the things we don't like about fancy restaurants: small portions, long waits for tables, having to get dressed up and the cost.
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LINK TO TODAY'S WORD - Grandiloquent Words
-To conceal, hide or bury something beneath something else.
-To turn over and hide something underneath; to bury something.
-To turn (as a dish or vessel) upside down usually to cover something.
From Middle English whelven, from Old English gehwielfan, gehwelfan to arch, bend over; akin to Old High German welben to vault, arch
Used in a sentence:
“Housekeeping around here is basically a frantic scurryfunge where I whelve everything into the hall closet.”
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