Word Wednesday • “Feckless” is my word for WordWednesday. Definition • Adjective: Lacking initiative or strength of character; irresponsible, having no real value or use. Pronunciation • Pronunciation – FECK-lus Usage •   “Feckless” individuals in politics, the workplace and/or community committees create stress and chaos. Closing Thought • Think about how you have dealt with “Feckless” individuals?  …

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Word Wednesday • “Opprobrium” is my word for WordWednesday. Definition • Noun: Doing something that brings disgrace, public disgrace, conduct considered grossly wrong or vicious, contempt, reproach Pronunciation • Pronunciation – uh-PROH-bree-um Usage •  Years ago, it was not unusual for adults to publicly or privately shame a child to discipline them for their “Opprobrium” behavior. Closing Thought…

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Word Wednesday • “Erudite” is my word for WordWednesday Definition • Adjective|– Having or showing knowledge that is gained by studying Pronunciation • Pronunciation – AIR-uh-dyte Usage • She admired her student’s “Erudite” behavior. Closing Question • Green Brain personalities like to think of themselves as “Erudite” individuals.   My family business memoir No Bunk, Just BS (Business Sense) is available on Amazon.com. 10% of…

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Word Wednesday •  “Risible” is my word for WordWednesday Adjective • Capable of laughing, disposed to laughing, laughable, provoking laughter, associated with, relating to, or used in laughter Pronunciation • Pronunciation – RIZZ-uh-b Usage • The children were “Risible” when their teacher began to sing in class. • Do you have “Risible” situations or people that you know…

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