One page 938 we learn about the concept of
'isomorphism'. When you work at a record store you find that other employees tend to have colored hair, wear rock and roll t-shirts and have ratty hair. They appear to be 'isomorphic' with the environment of such a store (and of the store's customers) about what to expect when you walk in. You don't see many people with suits and ties. However, take those same employees and put them in a bank. You would find that the suit wearers are more isomorphic with the environment of a bank. Find a situation in your life where you studies a situation where you need to adapt and change to become 'isomorphic' with this situation. Describe what you saw, what was your strategy and what were your specific actions to become more 'isomorphic' with this situation.
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