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THE TRUTH ABOUT APPOINTMENT+

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Appointment: n. an agreement to meet and/or be at a certain time and place

Nothing is more disappointing or bad business etiquette than to be late for an appointment. Time, energy, and money are frequently wasted by humans not showing up for appointments on time or at all.

Punctuality is a virtue in business and it should be practiced among good friends and relationships as much as possible because no one likes their time and energy being wasted.

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THE TRUTH ABOUT BREACHEV+

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Breachev: v. to disobey a (law and/or agreement) and/or code of conduct

Breaching whales are a beautiful sight so I chose to define a unique new word for breach which historically meant breaching a contract or breaching accepted behavior or disobeying a code of conduct.

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THE TRUTH ABOUT INGRATIATE*

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Ingratiate: v. to get acceptance and affection by (persuasive and clever praising and/or agreement) and/or (asking for small favors)

 

The whole process of getting a favorable attitude of acceptance and affection from someone is called ingratiating. It is getting to have someone have a favorable opinion of you and also sincerely liking you.

It sometimes takes more than one action to achieve ingratiation. Some of the techniques used are persuasive and clever praising, real or pretentious agreement, subtle communications, and asking for small favors.

In most relationships honesty is the best policy and if you are trying to ingratiate yourself with someone with pretentious agreement and praise or insincere flattery then you are not being honest with the human and your dishonesty may be discovered at a later time and the acceptance of you and the affection for you will also probably end.

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THE TRUTH ABOUT REPUDIATION+

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Repudiation: n. refusing to fulfill an agreement and/or an obligation and/or a debt and/or a subset(s)

 

If you refuse to fulfill a promise, agreement, obligation, debt, or subset(s) then you are repudiating it. Mere refusal, denial, or rejection is not repudiation and is an inaccurate use of the word.

 

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THE TRUTH ABOUT STIPULATION+

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Stipulation: n. a requirement which is specified and demanded as a subset of an agreement

A stipulation is a requirement in an agreement which is specified and demanded for the agreement to be valid.

An example of a stipulation would be that you not exceed 15,000 miles per year or be subject to further expenses based on exceeded mileage as part of a car lease agreement.

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THE TRUTH ABOUT UNCONVINCE*

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Unconvince: v. to not get a human(s) to believe and/or to agree that a subset(s) is true without coercion

 

Convincing is a subset of persuasion. You not only have to convince or persuade that something is believable or true but you usually have to proceed further and persuade the human that they do something about the new knowledge. If you have been unconvincing to begin with then your chances of persuading that human to do something are minimal or nonexistent.

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THE TRUTH ABOUT COMPROMISE

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Compromise: v. to agree to end a discussion(s) by competing humans each making a concession(s) and/or exchanging benefits with a drawback(s)

It is more difficult to compromise when arguing but by intense discussion it is possible to reach an agreement by opposing sides by each making a concession(s) or exchanging benefits while maintaining a certain drawback(s).

The art of compromise is important in good marriages and relationships.

There are also benefits to compromise in competing businesses and agreement is sometimes made on just rules to follow as good business practices among similar businesses who work together and not necessarily always as fierce opposing foes or competitors with a winner take all attitude.

Sometimes in life you can’t completely get what you want or need and have to be satisfied with a partial achievement of your goal(s) or you may have to give something to get what you want or need. This is called compromising and the same principles can be applied to family, business, and political compromises.

You may only have enough money for one car and even though you want a sports car you may have to compromise and get a sport SUV which is desirable for family transportation.

You may want your spouse to work and help with the finances but you may also have to promise to do more work around the house which you don’t enjoy to help out an overburdened spouse.

In the first case of a car you are not getting what you really want and in the second case you are getting what you want but have to give up some of your free time to do more chores around the house so there is some sacrifice or concession taking place in the compromise arrangement on your part.

Exchanging benefits may not seem like a compromise because both parties are getting what they want or need but the concession is that to achieve both goals more money will have to be spent.

The compromise may be not getting the pressure cleaner or appliance right away but waiting to save up enough money so that you can purchase both of them at the same time. Waiting for a purchase or giving up time saving for the purchase is a concession, especially if only one spouse is paying for the purchases.

Political compromises are frequently exchanging benefits for both parties and concessions frequently take the form of not getting everything but at least something which you want to pass legislation on. In general politics is making demands or suggesting legislation and making concessions by not having all the demands or suggested legislation being approved.

Compromise on tariffs between nations also involves concessions. You may help one industry by getting a tariff reduction from a nation but others may suffer if you reduce tariffs on those industries in exchange agreements. Free trade benefits and hurts the participating nations and frequently the rich ones benefit the most.

One area of life which should not be compromised is your moral principles. Making concessions to them and accepting lies, adulterous behavior, and deceptions will just make your life and relationships with humans worse off and not better in the long duration.

ve both goals more money will have to be spent.

Your spouse may want a pressure cleaner and you may want a new appliance for the kitchen.

 

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