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Critique Writing as a Passenger on an Amusement Ride
Disneyland makes me happy — most of the time. Standing in lines bore me. Clamoring through crowds causes frustration. Rollercoasters inflict bodily pain. It is noisy, expensive, hot, and exhausting. However, I love visiting the future in Tomorrowland, experiencing the wildlife on the Jungle Cruise, and exploring the oceans on Nemo’s Submarine Voyage. Each land offers a new and thrilling opportunity. Reading others’ text prompts similar emotions.
Writing On Vocal (with some tips)
When I saw the ads for Vocal , I was a bit wary although my interest was piqued. It posited that you would become more disciplined with your writing and therefore be able to write better and more often and maybe even get paid for it. Anything that says you can make money is another red flag, very often the first thing that happens is that you are asked for money, then you don’t make enough to cover what you have paid out and the only people who profit are the people that you have paid.
5 Lessons I Learned After Receiving A Scorching Rejection From An Editor
I'm a writer. I've been writing at least two to three articles per week for several years. I have had my work published in several journals and magazines - some big ones. Notable ones.
How to Create A Remarkable Business Blog - FTx 360 Digital Marketing Agency
Every business needs to invest in marketing, but for start-ups and small businesses with limited budgets, finding enough capital to finance traditional advertising campaigns might not be possible.
$50 000+ per year
How do I work from home? How do you earn an income online? All questions that I've been searching for the past 5+ years. I went back and got my high school GED. Knew I didn't want to do the laid out path. I can work while I listen to music and take breaks when I feel I need to or want to.
Have You Ever Heard How Night Shift Shortens Your Lifespan? Whys and Hows of That Reality.
I'm now Forty-Nine years old as I write this and spent a significant portion of my life working the third shift, the night watch, or as some call it, the graveyard shift. If I add it all together it equals out to 28 years of my life was spent on the third shift. That's over half of my entire life and accounts for the biggest majority of my adult life and working career. My longest time spent on the night shift was as a shift Sargent with a correctional facility. Reading about shift work and studies on how our careers and professions affect our lives I've found many studies suggesting that working the night shift may be shorting our lives, for varied reasons.
Why It’s Okay To Care What Other People Think
I will be the first to admit that I have a tendency to take things personally. Being judged by others has always been one of my worst fears and something I avoided at all costs.
30 Days, 30 Articles: What I Learned After Publishing Daily for a Month Straight
"What are you doing?" "I'm writing." "Every day for a month?" "Yup. 30 days, 30 posts." That's the mini conversation I had with myself when I started this 30-day writing challenge.
Understanding Your Market
One thing that we do need to mention is that the market that you face is likely to be much different than the market that someone else faces. The goals that you have in comparison to the goals of someone else are much different. You are sure to see yourself striving for benefits that are not on target for your business.
Why a Simple Business Plan is All You Need
It is always exciting to start a business of your own. This marks the start of your independence and self-sustenance, and the possibilities that spring from it are limitless. Given the right amount of attention and nurturing, it can set you for a life of financial freedom and stability.
What to Do When Business is Slow
It’s always an exciting venture to own a business. It opens up a lot of possibilities, and the fact that you are the boss of you gives you enough flexibility to do what you want. It’s the dream job, because you basically call the shots for everything!
From Student to Entrepreneur : 8 Things to Do When You’re All Freaked Out!
Student, Intern, Associate, Manager, Director : Who hasn’t freaked out at least once in their lives? Whether it be the frantic rush to not miss the deadline, or stay awake all night to perfect the presentation, the corporate world is cruel that way. However, a calm mind works the best – a known fact it is and it is vital for an entrepreneur to be calm and cool throughout. Here are 10 things to do if and when your brain feels too muddled -