Translation: from spanish

be proactive

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  • proactive — pro‧ac‧tive [prəʊˈæktɪv ǁ proʊ ] adjective approving doing something to influence or make changes happen and being prepared for change to happen: • For our guarantee to be effective, our employees had to adopt a more proactive attitude toward… …   Financial and business terms

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  • proactive — proactive1 [prō ak′tiv] adj. [ PRO 2 + active, as in REACTIVE] assuming an active, rather than passive, role in doing, accomplishing, etc.; taking the initiative [a proactive approach to fighting drug abuse] proactive2 [prō ak′tiv] adj. [ PRO 1 + …   English World dictionary

  • proactive marketing — UK US noun [U] ► MARKETING the method of marketing goods and services in which you advertise when and where you know that customers might be looking for the type of goods, etc. that you sell: »A type of proactive marketing involves delivering… …   Financial and business terms

  • proactive — is a vogue word, formed on the analogy of reactive, that came into prominence in the 1970s, and is used to mean ‘creating or controlling a situation by taking the initiative’, usually in the context of business administration: • a new kind of… …   Modern English usage

  • Proactive Academics — is the modern approach to Homeschooling. It includes the use of instructional materials with proven records of success, outcome based testing to ensure quality education and an association or support group lead by an experienced and trained… …   Wikipedia

  • proactive — (adj.) also pro active, 1933, in psychology (learning theory), from PRO (Cf. pro ) + ACTIVE (Cf. active). Of persons or policies, as an opposition to REACTIVE (Cf. reactive), attested from 1971. Related: Proactively; proactiveness; proactivity …   Etymology dictionary

  • proactive — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ creating or controlling a situation rather than just responding to it. DERIVATIVES proactively adverb …   English terms dictionary

  • Proactive — The word proactive sometimes also written pro active was used by the Austrian existential neuropsychiatrist [ sec= spon= pagewanted=2 Dr. Viktor Emil Frankl] , in… …   Wikipedia

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