“I believe when we work together, there is not limit to what we can do. A more united nation means working actively to bring people and communities together by promoting policies which support integration and social cohesion.”
"Help me out here. I feel like I'm failing you here, and I'm absolutely not helpful to you. This conversation isn't going anywhere. What's the problem? Is it about me? Do you think I'm just some obnoxious sales guy and just want to get rid of me? Help me out here."
Orbán kijelentette, nem állhat szándékunkban, és nem is állhat módunkban meghatározni és megtervezni utódaink sorsát. Soha nem tudhatjuk, melyik magyarban szólal meg a haza felrázó szava. Feladatunk megőrizni számukra az országot, megtartani nekik a nemzetet, és fogódzóval szolgálni, mely eligazítja őket, mit kell tenniük
But even if words won’t be replaced by pictures, the rising prominence of picture-based communications systems could still alter society in big ways. Joe Weisenthal of Bloomberg argued in a short essay last year that the raucous 2016 presidential election stemmed in part from what he called our “post-literate” age. In the ancient era of oral communication, the messages that proved most memorable were short and emotionally resonant. Mr. Weisenthal argued that the clipped, image-heavy syntax of social platforms bore a resemblance to that paradigm.
“We are taught to use our mind and not our heart when it comes to making career decisions,” said Sami Wunder, a Dating and Relationship Coach and Author of Your Feminine Roadmap to His Commitment. “I strongly feel it should be the opposite. If you tried to rationalize a top Economics student giving up her lucrative career as a consultant for international organizations, becoming a love coach and starting from scratch with nothing in her savings, I would appear crazy to you.”
Theo Humphries argues that intuitive design can be described as "understandable without the use of instructions". This is true when an object makes sense to most people because they share a common understanding of the way things work.
The first step in being able to convince consumers that you have created something important, is truly understanding why your product is important for different users. Once you truly understand the problem you are solving, you can clearly express this to potential users in a language they understand.