Never on a Genesis album is Phl Collins phrasing as string as Domino Part One.
Specifically, Genesis goes full existential. After a let down from a lover, Phil sings in resilience despite pain:
Here in the glow of the night
do you *know what you have done*?!
do you *see what you’ve begun+?
could it be
the we will never be
“There’s no need to look outside,
To see or feel the rain”
Five Ways to Be a Good Team Player | Monster.com
When it comes to choosing a candidate for a new job or a promotion, employers consistently say they want a team player. This means someone who can “put the team goals and the team accountability ahead of their own individual situation,” says Steve Kass, president for the Great Plains district of Robert Half International …
15 Qualities That Make You a Great Team Player | Psychology Today
Dec 19, 2015 – Are you a good team player? These 15 tips will show you where you stand, and how to improve, in this all-important sphere of life.
Ten Characteristics Of A Real Team Player – Forbes
Jan 21, 2017 – We all want to be great team players. We don’t want to let down the team. We’ve been taught since we were tiny children that being a team player is the only way to be. It is time for us to reexamine our ideas about teamwork. Too many managers use fear as a weapon, and one form of weaponized fear is the …
The 7 Traits of a Team Player – Minnesota Hockey
Jan 4, 2016 – Ask any coach what qualities they desire in players and you will undoubtedly come across the term “team player.” Long-term success – in hockey or in life – without developing these traits is essentially impossible. Whether you are trying to prepare for the next level, improve team chemistry, find new ways to …
Put Yourself First at Work or Be a Team Player? – The Muse
Not everything in life is an either/or proposition. You can have a morning coffee and an afternoon coffee, you can like both cats and dogs, and you can balance your desire to get ahead and your genuine interest in being a team player . Some people fear that caring about their co-workers’ success means getting lost in the …
Most of these charts were not intended to be classified when made.
However, when WordPress and Google merged, in a true “you get what you pay for” move, one ate the other along with 20-20K images I had posted. I didn’t take it personally. It happened to way better websites than mine.
Adam Levine carries on a tradition of beautifully played relative tempo.
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Luckily it has happened before because usually yeah, it is true – you pay for what you get. Google and WordPress have given me tremendous computer power for no money. The only extra money I spent with WordPress was and is for extra storage space in order that the images be large and clear. I spend extra with WordPress for a url redirect as typing in “rooseveltparexperiment.wordpress.com” is too complicated for the age where a D-Wave computer is passé.
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