Quote of the Day
“Things may come to those who wait, but only the things left by those who hustle.” – Abraham Lincoln
Things to Learn from 101 Ways to Have a Great Day @ Work

36. Feedback takes two
When you feel you must give someone constructive feedback (and this will happen whether you manage others or not) remember to ask the person his or her opinion on the situation first.
The next step is to point out where you both have similar positions on the subject.
Only then give one or two suggestions that were not pointed out by the person (if there are any).

And, remember to balance your constructive feedback with some positive feedback as well.
Word of the Day (from http://dictionary.reference.com)
 ekht   , adjective;
1. real; authentic; genuine.
Portuguese Word of the Day (from http://www.transparent.com/word-of-the-day/today/portuguese.html)

Portuguese word: ao ar livre
English translation: in the open
Part of speech: expression
Portuguese example: Dormimos ao ar livre, embaixo das estrelas.
English example: We slept in the open, under the stars.

Spanish Word of the Day (from http://www.transparent.com/word-of-the-day/today/spanish.html)

Spanish word: secador (de pelo)
English translation: hairdryer
Part of speech: noun
Spanish example: Si no utilizo un secador no se me queda bien el pelo.
English example: If I don’t use a hairdryer my hair won’t look good.
French word: roturier
English translation: commoner
Part of speech: noun
French example: Dans les contes de fées, les princes épousent souvent des roturières.
English example: In fairy tales, princes often marry commoners.