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empower

verb To encourage or provide a person with the means or information to become involved in solving his/her own problems
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Mommy Mundo invites moms to recognize their own empowered moments whether it be their personal successes and achievements, surviving major life challenges, or even daily victories such as getting fit, being create, running on zero, striving for home/life work balance, getting over mom guilt, multi-tasking mastery, skills in the kitchen, no yaya challenges or single motherhood.
The book reveals her journey from excluded to emPOWERed and how she got there with help from trusted adults, mentors, friends and ultimately herself.
Empowered consumers will either ignore or rebel against any perceived attempt to influence them.
The more involved and empowered the nurse is, the more success he or she will find in empowering others.
Chapple-Hyam recalled yesterday: "I bought Empowered but couldn't afford to keep him.
Members' feeling of being empowered in the self-help groups was further supported by the data obtained in the in-depth interviews.
It's not uncommon to assume--mistakenly--that everybody wants to feel empowered and to influence his or her areas of responsibility.
Empowered: anyone who can significantly affect the lives of many.
At least in the hospital setting, JCAHO standards do give physician executives a blueprint for an empowered, professional and respectful approach to confronting and managing disruptive physician behavior.
Empower Interactive Group Ltd., London, a wireless infrastructure software firm, has released its Java-based Empowered WAP Gateway to the open source community.
They are empowered. Their organizations and ministries, dynamic for a time, die with the leader.
And, lo and behold, -- the idea that employees could be "empowered" to do more -- was born.