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I do not think that effort means not completing or just doing anything. Putting forth an effort is to try your best and complete the assignment at your best ability. Thats what my opinion of it is. Now, you have made some very good points in your post but have you ever completed an assignment and felt as if you did good and put your all into it and did not get a good grade?
Weegy: Yes, and it is not a good feeling. When you try your best and fall short, we get frustrated and start to doubt ourselves. We need to just move forward and do better on the next project, rather than beat ourselves up over our failures. (More)
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Describe Overcultivation and how can it be corrected?
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Provide a one-paragraph example from your experience of a manager who demonstrated social responsibility.
Weegy: when a manager commits a portion of his/her funds to cover the cost of socially responsible programs. Donations, community events and sustainable products all cost money. Make sure the capital is there to spend. Choose a cause (or causes) to support. [ Donate to, support and promote your cause. You may want to consider a cause that's appropriate to your business or line of work, such as breast cancer awareness for a women's clothing store, or education for a children's toy store. Read more: How to Demonstrate Ethical Behavior & Social Responsibility | eHow.com ] (More)
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