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Claims in practice / Reivindicações em prática

Claims in practice 2020 / Reivindicações em prática 2020: Relations in involvement / Relações em envolvimento. Research and knowledge production activities indicated in 2020 Scorecard / Atividades de pesquisa e produção de conhecimento indicadas em Pontos 2020, 13 May / mai. 2020. Available from / Disponível em < >. access on / Acesso em 13 May / mai. 2020.



Confidence is the assurance that we have on other people. This can be our friends, colleagues, employers and employees, etc. It is the belief that they can perform something or else the reliability that we have on a person. For example, an employer delegates a special project to one of his employees. When asked he replies with ‘I have confidence in him.’ This highlights that the employer believes that the employee has the potential and necessary skill set to perform the task. If he replied with ‘Because I trust him’, this indicates something else. As he replies with the word confidence, it also suggests that the past performance has influenced his decision. This allows one to identify that confidence is built on experiences. Confidence is a very important quality especially in the working environment. For example, if a leader does not have confidence in his followers then it is very unlikely that the followers would be motivated to follow the leader. Also, unless a person has confidence in others, he would not be very positive of the outcome. This will lead him to perform most tasks by himself. When a leader is not delegating authority, but clinging on to very task without giving others the opportunity, this affects the group dynamics (


Trust is the belief that we have on another. It even hints that the person in question would believe the other person without evidence or questioning. Trust can have a rationale basis in some cases, but in others, people tend to trust others without any rationale. In relationships and friendships, trust is treated as a core element. This is because the friends or partners are willing to accept the other without any questioning. When a relationship does not have trust, it leads to many problems. Trust may not be built on past scenarios or experiences; it may come from within the individual. For example, when we say I trust you, it comes from the familiarity with which one associates another (

The subconscious brings the pieces together

Hamartia is a universal human sin (error and failure) incurred by blindly following the light of the intellect itself. It can be repaired with cracks that become stronger and more valuable than the body (the case of Cheryl Hunter).



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Claiming is the action of demanding what you are entitled to or believed to have.


Mistakes, failures and sins, carefully repaired, can be strong and valuable. Claim the strength and value added by these repairs.

Keywords: production in practice, policies in practice, investment strategy, shared interests, accessibility, assurance, scorecard, renovation, strategy, humility, belief

Outcomes: 2020 Difference Between Trust and Confidence, February 20, 2015. Available from < >. access on 15 May 2020.


The Claims in practice course is a free and open educational training program. The course follows from the knowledge production activity registered in Scorecard.


The established amount to obtain certification in this course is 20 cents of Bitcoin ( 1 Bitcoin Price ). The payment of this amount is optional and must result from the positive result of negotiations and transactions produced during the course.


Those interested in participating in the Claims in Practice course should devote time and resources to review and describe their personal system in authority, something like the experiences and outcomes with which the participant is involved, and the changes he is experiencing. Each participant is responsible for their own negotiations, transactions and outcomes. The development of activities involves, among many others, a process of inspiration in knowledge. The course is prepared and disseminated from the first days of each year.


The Claims in practice course primarily provides for the intention of development in trust.


The two opening administrative modules 1 Course start: introduction, initial activities, interactions, settings, moderators and locations
2 Work strategy: research, identification and selection
The content module The content module is structured in cores and points of production (scorecard), identified from the organization of the production platform. The cores and points of production may change due to changes in objectives, contingencies or other intentional or occasional events. The cores and production points can also be changed considering the dedication and time that the participants dedicate to the course. A course performance evaluation is carried out in the middle of the assignments.
The two closing administrative modules 1 Work strategy: review
2 Final evaluation and eventual submission of proposals


The provision of a knowledge base aims to facilitate access to the paths taken during the update of this virtual infrastructure. In addition to the information available on specific pages and activity pages, the knowledge base information identifies choices and decisions that are being made on the day or over periods of time. Events that interfere with the update routine are also indicated. The knowledge base can also be used to identify study points.


The course activities will be preferably virtual and Twitter will be adopted as an official communication platform. Other social networks will be used only as support.


The course spans four months. Two editions are held annually, from March to June and from August to November. The two editions can be carried out together, without discontinuity.


Formal registration is not required.


On Jan. 26th. 2017, approaches to education in mobility and innovation in governance have been established as premises for the preparation of the first Claims in practice course.

-- GregorioIvanoff - 13 Feb 2018
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