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improving, growing, or succeeding steadily

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very lively and profitable

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"It's a really thriving community centre, but I think when people put a pound on the lottery, I know it's about the win - they don't realise the impact of the fund on community organisations like ourselves.
"We only had a little lunch club but now we've really got a thriving service."
The concept of "thriving at work" is now getting the attention in the workplace conduct, movements and constructive organizational scholarship (Abid, 2016).
We first provide readers with an overview of the pertinent research on honors students' characteristics and thriving as a conceptual framework and then guide readers through the quantitative development and meaning of an emerging model of honors student thriving based on a national sample of honors students.
This research empirically demonstrates the association of thriving at work with factors of individual differences and contextual factors at workplace simultaneously.
We use insights gained from the comparisons of the thriving and surviving banks to guide the second phase of our analysis.
But there are certainly many aspects of being a student-athlete that encourage success in work and life -- elements of learning effective teamwork, extreme dedication and focus, building resiliency from losses and setbacks, thriving under pressure and benefiting from mentoring from teammates and coaches.
Evidence from the life of Jesus and the life of Paul seems to indicate that suffering does not necessarily ruin an individual's ability to thrive, and thriving and suffering may coexist.
"Thriving is a word most people would be glad to hear themselves described as, but which science hasn't really managed to consistently classify and describe until now," said Daniel Brown, a sport and exercise scientist at the University of Portsmouth in Britain.
He said: "Thriving is a word most people would be glad to hear themselves described as, but which science hasn't really managed to consistently classify and describe until now."
At the bottom of the list is Afghanistan, where not even 1pc of the population is thriving financially, closely followed by Guinea and Mali.
This research shows that business, the education sector and Government can all do more to create thriving entrepreneurial ecosystems across the UK.
Thriving Healthcare Workers Can Help Patients and Communities Boost Their Well-Being