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What is Better for You Work from Home or Shared Worksapce
Which Is Better for You: Working from Home or Collaborating with Others in a Shared Workspace? These days, more and more businesses are giving their employees the opportunity to perform their tasks from the comfort of their own homes. Because of the numerous developments that have been made possible by the internet, many businesses have arrived at the conclusion that workers may be more productive when they are given greater leeway in terms of where they physically do their jobs. This is because of the many advancements that the internet has made possible.
Please Don’t Read This Blog
Please don’t read this blog. There are hundreds of thousands of other blogs to choose from. There are more coming soon, just waiting to be published. Every time I refresh my browser, there are brand new articles and blogs to be scrolled through.
If You Think Nobody Cares If You’re Alive , Try Missing A Couple of Car Payments
" If You Think Nobody Cares If You’re Alive , Try Missing A Couple of Car Payments " This quote is from the commencement speech that David Foster Wallace gave at Kenyon College in 2005. I chose this because it speaks about some of the key components of success, namely dreaming big and never giving up. . Wallace also speaks about how success can be found through persistence and dedication. “Success is not something that just happens to people, it is a hard won prize that you have to fight for, something worth striving for.”
One morning at the beginning of November, I was scrolling for ten minutes on my Instagram account. I decided that it was sucking away my time and I wanted to give up social media for a while. There were books piling up next to my bed and with NaNoWriMo in full swing and my full time job, I was constantly trying to find enough time to do everything that I want to do. That does not include the things that I need to do for my self care.
The Rise of Civil Rights
The Civil Rights Movement is one of the most iconic revolutions in the history of the United States. The movement was a decades-long revolution for social justice and equal rights by African-Americans that spanned from the 1950s to the end of the 1960s.
Early days of slavery
The battle between slavery and freedom is the most engaging theme in African-American literature and history itself. Every American today possess the right of freedom, however the colonial period in the Old South followed a highly restricted code when it came to freedom, as slavery was at it’s peak during this time. African-American literature became a prevalent aspect during this time due to the controversial dialogue within its letters.
Alexander the Great
Conquests of Alexander the Great Alexander the Great or Alexander III of Macedon is widely regarded as a legendary historical figure, and one of the greatest leaders that ever lived. Alexander became king of Macedonia at 21 years old after his father, Phillip II was killed. He attained his first victory (at the risk of his life) against the Persian Empire called the Battle of Issus. Despite being outnumbered Alexander’s forces defeated the Persians and by 332 BCE, as well as gaining control over Egypt, Palestine and Syria. Within that time Alexander became Pharaoh of Egypt and founded the famous Egyptian city, Alexandria.
My name is Kylecovey Miguel Smith, Graduate of Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University. My name is made up of 4 individual names that were given to me by my mother and father. My dad gave me the name Kylecovey due to liking the name Kyle, and due to his admiration of the interpreter James Covey, the man for vouched and translated for the captured Mende Africans of the Spanish slave ship, La Amistad, and aided them into being set free in 1839. My mother named me Miguel because she was a big Michael Jackson, but she wanted to give a special touch to the name by using the Spanish version. Therefore, I was assigned the middle name Miguel. My last name Smith was automatically given to me because my dad’s last name is Smith.
If I Were Alive Today
If I Were Alive Today (Fredrick Douglass) Frederick Douglass is one of the most iconic abolitionists and orators of the 19th century. He protested and helped changed America’s views of slavery through his actions and personal writings. Douglass is well known for his autobiographies detailing his childhood as a slave to being educated by the wife of his master Hugh Auld to his escape from slavery. All of which had a strong impact on his writings. The oratory skills he executed left the biggest influence on Civil War Era literature.
Lee Daniel's The Butler
The Butler Film Critique Lee Daniel’s “The Butler” is a historical drama film produced by Laura Ziskin Productions and distributed by the Weinstein Film Company. I saw The Butler when it premiered on August 16, 2013, at 6pm inside AMC Theatres. Me and my family went to see it, my mother being particularly interested due to loving black history movies.
Re: Writing My Goals
I'm starting over as a writer. With 40 just around the corner, that's no small thing. I first decided writing was for me in high school when I was 16. At the time, I had some absurdly high ambitions for fixing the world and saving humanity from itself because I was young and didn’t know any better. As I continued to succeed academically, these ambitions worked their way into the fabric of my being. This is a story I’ve mentioned elsewhere, so I bring it up again for only one point: my writing was part of that Atlas burden. So I’m starting over as a writer in order to move away from that obsession with the capital-I Important.
"I see no other solution than to turn inwards and root out all the rottenness there. I no longer believe that we can change anything in the world until we first change ourselves. And that seems to me the only lesson to be learned."--Etty Hillesum