Edward continues talking about the new student and how quickly the new student is making friends in the class. He is a little frustrated, but he still has to work with the new student. Edward is not going to give up his popularity so easily. He has decided to get to know the new student better and maybe learn something from him.
He made many friends hand over fist.
I want to have a hand in this project.
His co-workers are hand in glove.
I’ll take it in hand.
Don’t throw up your hands.
When you are picking team members to work with on a project, do you always pick those who agree with every opinion of yours? Consider for a moment the benefits you could reap from a team member who has a different vision. Sometimes when things go too well, we progress so fast we miss the blind spots. Friction creates conflict, which can be unpleasant sometimes, but friction can also be the ladder to greatness.
2018/08/07 (星期二) 10:04