[S2E4] Forget Me Not
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[to herself] I have done something wrong, something so huge I can't even see it, something that's drowning me. I am inadequate, and stupid, without worth. I might as well be dead. Please God, let Hannah forget me. Let me forget me.
I grew up spending a lot of time outdoors. My father loved the outdoors. So I spent a lot of time in the outdoors. My mum has a special connection with plants. She's got a green thumb. She loves planting, she loves gardening. She talks to her plants to this day. I learned everything that I know about plants from her. And I think it was their love for nature that really introduced me to my ability to recognize my love for it as well. I mean, I believe every human being is born with that innate understanding that we're connected to the natural world. But maybe growing up in urban centres, sometimes we forget. But I had the privilege of climbing trees, plucking fruits off trees, watching birds build nests, watching seasons change, and really understanding that my life was connected with the natural world.
What an episode. The major characters all grapple with dilemmas in their personal lives and, amid some tremendous acting, a reminder (as though we could forget) of the ultimate price often exacted by public office on those who exercise it. The political intrigue is almost brutally relegated to second place, even though the issues arising from a new and popular leader made for some intriguing viewing and it would have been interesting to see them explored further.
We still don't know what happened between Eric and Taylor; we just have more context. When Taylor's mother, Anne, asks him if he went to the party to sleep with Eric, Taylor says, \"I didn't ask to be attacked,\" and we can't forget that.
Yeah, I would say change management planning should be started very early in the pre-inception phase where you would align leaders on a common vision for the transformation and begin to identify impacted stakeholders. The case for change should be understood earlier. Whether it's quicker time to market, access real time data, or shift to the cloud to enable greater agility, those key points should remain front and center in messages to all key stakeholders throughout the life of the program. Another important point to keep in mind is that the core transformation are longer duration projects. In the age of immediate satisfaction, we need to manage stakeholder expectations, make sure to pace communication accordingly, and manage the lulls of the program. Also, don't forget to highlight and share the smallest wins because those projects are sometimes 18 to 24 months, and it's also good to articulate some of the earlier wins.
Alex and Izzie are walking when she brings up how they are both off that night. She has a hard time stringing together words to ask him out. Alex says, \"You are so into me. It's sad - the worship, the adoration. I am so handsome. I intoxicate you.\" Izzie says to forget it. Alex asks, \"Izzie, would you like to go out with me tonight On a date. You wear something gorgeous. I pay for food.\" Izzie asks if he's making fun of her. Alex smiles and says he's not. She says, \"Okay then\", with a big grin on her face. Alex says, \"Good.\" She says, \"Good\", too.
Well, Mob does get inside, only the fight does not last long. The evil spirit mentions how ESP is formed by emotions, strong emotions make the powers stronger. Well, he overpowers Mob and decides to mess with his memories, so Mob forgets he has ESP, thus ending the episode with Mob becoming normal. 59ce067264