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    2. “20% time” is a term that Google came up with. They told their employees to use 20% of their time to work on things that they really care about (rather than things their boss told them to do). You can read about it here: https://www.cultofpedagogy.com/20-time-ajjuliani/ Atlassian says ShipIt Days is like 20% time because it’s a time for people to work on projects that they really care about. ShipIt Days is “on steroids” (a drug that makes a person stronger) because it lasts a full day (24 hours), not just 20% of a work day (which is only about 2 hours). This use of “on steroids” is slang. Here are some other examples of using “on steroids” as a slang term: -A bulldozer is like a tractor on steroids. (much bigger) -Dragons are like lizards on steroids. (much bigger, more powerful)

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    2. Innovate; make changes in something established, especially by introducing new methods, ideas, or products. make changes in (something, typically a social, political, or economic institution or practice) in order to improve it. These two are *near* synonyms. It takes a while to feel out which works better.

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    2. @titan0711: its the same here. i mean, of course korea is harder to live in due to the culture and young people seem to have more open minds now. there are people from each country who would like to move away from their country because they also want to open up their mind. for example, many Koreans see North America as a heavenly place (lol) but its still very very competitive here. its a struggle to live here sometimes. some young Americans in my country have no intentions of moving away because this is their home and this is their everyhing. But other people (like me) would like to move to another country. Its not because its hard, but because i know that there is a big world out there and i would like to expand myself. so it really depends on the individual person. some koreans move here and some hate it, some love it. some Americans move to korea and some hate it, some love it. so i think everyone can be different

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    2. "When people change the way they live to a more eco-friendly way, they will be able to innovate their lifestyles." You almost had it! Keep up the good work! 😀👍

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    2. It is my book review. Please correct it. I read “SUZUKI’s India strategy”, written by Mr.(normal would be to say his name, not Mr) Bhargava, the former CEO of Marti SUZUKI, which is (was?) the biggest automobile-manufacturing joint venture between Suzuki and Marti. He worked hard at innovation at the company and stressed changing the mindset of managers more than rank-and-file employees. (not exactly sure what to do with the next two sentences) . He emphasizes that the improvement of their productivity and the employee’s sincere attitude for work contributes their remuneration and happiness. He thought the company’s improvement depends on the manager’s mind renovation. We now have to understand the Indian people’s attitude to work, so I feel these points continue to be relevant even though the story is from the 1980s to 2000s. The story really impressed me and I have to get back to this point.(don't understand the last phrase about getting back.)

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