... for example, in my est training(s) the trainer would at times use this expression, that seemed to have a specific, almost term of art quality about it, "to show up" ... when the trainer was pleased or something, it wasn't clear how this distinction operated, what its' parameters were, and no attempt was made to clarify what "to show up" meant in this context... ...
Well, how "to show up" shows up for me is it's pretty much the same as "my impression is" in plain English. It's also pretty much the same as "my interpretation is" and we all know no one can interpret anything correctly. But what "shows up" can have validity. So be sure to make a "distinction" between the two. :lol:
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