Share your pride with us: You did it!
So tell us your success story in translation and terminology management!
Be proud of who you are and what you achieved!
It is important for us indeed to learn from your good or best practice example.
And maybe you‘ll get an award from TermNet 😉
It‘s also important to share your good vibes with the community.
Because you could make a difference – you could inspire us and
we‘ll come back to you, with new ideas, new brains and new business.
And because positive emotions raise your chances to innovate and survive.
That‘s what the series “The Top 10 Must Haves in Terminology” is all about – got it?
When you are proud, you’ll dream BIG and you’ll go for further achievements,
which is good for innovation and business.
Because it motivates you again and again. You are keen following your big dream
and doing a lot of good work again to make you – and all of us – proud again.
Pride can be a powerful positive emotion.
In the German speaking world, we learned to distrust national pride.
We still have to learn what it means and what it takes to become a
proud Austrian or a proud German without fearing nor neglecting our difficult past.
In the Christian world, pride is more a sin than a virtue.
Now it’s time to learn (from proud Canadians, proud Americans and
proud South Africans) to be proud again – not because we belong
to a certain nationality, but because we did a real good job –
ideally in terminology or translation management 😉
All the best, be proud of who you are and what you achieved,
Head of the TermNet Group
P.S.: This blog post is part of the TermNet Anniversary Challenge,
series “The Top 10 Must Haves in Terminology”: #6 Pride