Someone might enjoy being part of a team as it would open them up to new perspectives and ideas. Teams allow collaboration, peer editing, and sometimes, new friendships.
Someone who enjoys being a hands on part of the blood drawing process whoe has a compasionate way with people might enjoy becoming a phlebotomist. It needs a business-mannered courteous nature for those that work with this vital part of the medical field.
She parted ways with her manager because they wanted her to be something/someone she didn't want to be. Kelly isn't very into being the most popular singer, but she enjoys putting out material that she believes her fans would enjoy.
The answers to this question varies depending on the person. An example of a answer for this question is because work can evenly be distributed and no one would have to have too much pressure. Everyone would be responsible for doing there own part.
This is a question that you can say you would like to be around people, or be challenged and busy. You can say you would enjoy being part of a team, or having the opportunity to advance.
The majority are not and the ones that are for the most part, don't.
Because I enjoy traveling and interacting with people from all over the world. People. Being a cabin crew member would give me that opportunity and I also enjoy being part of a team that not only interacts with passengers but also helps them to enjoy their travel experience in comfort.
The past participle of the verb 'to enjoy' would be (and indeed is) 'enjoyed'. 'I have enjoyed the last hour but now I must go'.
The Torah never talks about Moses' enjoyment of anything.
A human being cannot be part anything, other than human.
"To miss out" means not being a part of something special that many others have been able to enjoy.
Yes. Just like at school. It becomes part of your permanent record.
No, you would only be part of the ownership if you'd jointly bought it. Just being related to someone doesn't automatically give you any rights over their assets