Word of the Week

WORD OF THE WEEK

Words have different meanings to different people and sometimes your response to a word will vary depending on how you react to the context in which it is offered to you.  We will post a “word of the week” – tell us what you think that word means in your life – how do you react to it? 

If you have a word you want to share, let us know.  We will be happy to share it around and get comments from others.

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Passionate about story telling and getting kids involved with adventures to improve their self esteem and self-confidence Blogger, Author, Networker, Social Media, Activist.
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One Response to Word of the Week

  1. Lesley Dewar says:

    “polymath”
    A good financial planner can be described as a “polymath”.

    A polymath (from the Greek “polymathes), “having learned much”) describes a person whose knowledge is not restricted to one subject area. A person of great or varied learning; one acquainted with various subjects of study; the point being that, in the most common case, the polymath made his reputation in one or two main fields while being proficient in other fields.

    True expertise typically suggests practical experience combined with learning through books and the financial planner enhances their learning with experience.

    I used this word to describe a good financial planner in my presentation Risk Specialist: Why Every Financial Planner Needs One, at the AFA National Conference in Melbourne – Oct 19-20, 2008;

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