W.O.W. Usury

RR176 Word of the Week: Usury Cambridge: the activity of lending someone money with the agreement that they will pay back a very much larger amount of money later; the lending of money at extremely high interest rates Oxford English: The action or practice of lending money at unreasonably high rates of interest. Investopedia: Usury … More W.O.W. Usury

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W.O.W. Zealot

RR170 Word of the Week: Zealot To me this word sounds like some sort of vegetable…like Brussels sprouts (yeah, it’s plural). But zealot is another thing entirely; a not so good thing. More not so good than Brussels sprouts. Zealot Cambridge: a person who has very strong opinions about something, and tries to make other … More W.O.W. Zealot

W.O.W. Reciprocity

RR167 Word of the Week: Reciprocity This word is a good one to remember if you would like to have a beneficial relationship. It applies to business relationships and personal ones…even when there are amorous. Definitions: Cambridge: a situation in which two groups agree to help each other by behaving in the same way or … More W.O.W. Reciprocity

W.O.W. Extrapolate

RR164 Word of the Week: Extrapolate I have no idea why this word came into my head…wait I watched Orville; don’t all those SciFi space travel shows talk about extrapolating data? In any event, the etymology is a little long on this one but I still break it down into layman’s term as much as … More W.O.W. Extrapolate

W.O.W. Inverse

RR161 Word of the week (WOW): Inverse When I was searching for info on if tinnitus can be mitigated by hypnosis I found a reference to an ncbi study on the inverse relationship between caffeine and tinnitus. As it turns out the article seemed to spin the story a bit on the conclusion and methodology … More W.O.W. Inverse

W.O.W. Intuitive

RR153 Word of the Week: Intuitive This week’s word comes from last Monday’s podcast episode and the fact that I started rereading a great book on how to develop your intuition. Intuition is difficult to explain but we go over the definitions and some examples to make it easier to understand. I name my intuition. … More W.O.W. Intuitive

W.O.W. Inundate

RR148 Word of the Week: Inundate…a little late but that is why I chose this word. Too much? Drowning? You may be inundated. That was me last week and we will go over what Cambridge, Oxford and even Urban dictionaries have to say about the definition of the work inundate. Like, share, comment, subscribe: Home … More W.O.W. Inundate