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Stress is a word that is often overused or misused in today’s conversations! One of the frequent causes of stress is the inability to adapt to change. You have probably heard the story of the frogs that died in boiling water. These creatures have the ability to adapt to change. Adaptability can be a good thing or it can be a destructive thing. In a laboratory experiment the frogs were placed in a pan of water at room temperature. These frogs could leap from the pan wherever they chose to do so. Bunsen burners were placed under each pan of water and the water was gradually heated. As the temperature rose, the frogs adapted. Although the water became extremely hot, the frogs continued to adapt to the change. They never became so uncomfortable with the temperature that they would jump from the hot water. As a result of their ability to adapt to change, the frogs died in the hot water. They did not have a code of behavior that urged them to jump to a more comfortable place. To overcome times of stress, a person must have a code of behavior that tells him when enough is enough. Dr. Michael LeBoeuf is a Professor Emeritus at the University of New Orleans where he taught for over twenty years before retiring. He is a consultant and frequently speaks to business meetings. LeBoeuf says, “Most stress is caused by people who overestimate the importance of their problems.” Develop a code of behavior that tells you when enough is enough. Don’t overestimate the importance of your problems. Now, jump into a more comfortable place in life!#barbarawentroble #truth#faithful#stress#godisgreat#peaceofmind#online#onlinebusiness#onlinemarketing#onlinetranslations#translationservices#translator#interpreters#mentor#mentorship#coach#movingforward#focus#leadership
Translation Blooper 👉🏼“Niagara Falls sign” (English/French) . This sign was posted on the Ontario side of the falls. It warns passengers disembarking from the tour boat to take care. The French is garbled (translated word for word), and was probably produced either through a dictionary look-up by a non-native speaker or by computer software. For years, amused French-speaking tourists took photos of it to show their friends but no one bothered informing the boat operators . Message: you won’t necessarily be told by foreign readers if your text is laughably bad.