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flywheel

noun as in balance wheel

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Because I think once you’ve made a commitment, then you’re dealing with this flywheel effect of the relationship between confidence and momentum.

“It works like a flywheel,” Cao said, using a tech industry jargon first popularized by Jeff Bezos to explain Amazon’s growth.

This trend has been on the books every year for a while, but the key this year is the digital marketing flywheel is taking effect with the other key trends influencing it.

Depending on who you ask, the SEO flywheel can take a minimum of three to four months and up to one to two years before any visible “self-propulsion” of the flywheel begins to take effect.

In this way, early customers like Wieland and Mortenson got their subcontractors and temp employees to use the product, which then created a flywheel effect that spread Procore to other projects and clients.

Bring the flywheel over to back center so that piston will compress the charge.

If the explosion does not follow, the flywheel may be turned back again and brought up sharply past the dead center.

With the flywheel in the hand, bring the piston back sharply two or three times, compressing the charge.

The engine is mounted on the boiler well toward the front, and the flywheel is near the stack (in the locomotive type).

The traction wheels are usually high, and the flywheel is between one wheel and the boiler.

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On this page you'll find 2 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to flywheel, such as: balance.

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