July 19, 2022 · 11:00 am
How To Work Faster (With Tips and Examples)
Time management is a valuable skill in the workplace and at home. To manage their time better, some employees apply techniques to increase their pace and achieve their tasks in less time. Employees who work faster are often more productive and valued by employers. In this article, we explain why it is important to work faster and review 10 tips to increase your efficiency at work. read more
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HALLMARKS OF GOOD LEGAL WRITING*
Law is a profession of words. 2 Words, oral and written, are the staple of our practice. A lawyer who does not write is no different from a doctor who does not use a stethoscope, or an architect who does not draft designs, or a vendor who sells no goods. That lawyer is one in name only. The lawyer who knows enough of law but has difficulty in writing, faces serious problems in practice. read more
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Figuring Out Your Form W-4: How Many Allowances Should You Claim?
Around this time of year, taxpayers start giving their form W-4 a second look. The form W-4 is the form that you complete and give to your employer – not the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) – so that your employer can figure how much federal income tax to withhold from your pay.
You typically fill out a form W-4 when you start a new job. Some employers will also ask you to complete a new form W-4 at the beginning of each year. You may also, on your own, want to fill out a new form W-4 when your personal or financial situation changes. Examples might include getting married, having children, landing a promotion tied to a raise or picking up a second job. read more
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How do you get ghostwriting gigs?
Depending on what kind of ghostwriting you want to do, there are a number of different ways to become a ghostwriter. I want to take you through how to become a ghostwriter for books, as well as articles/blog posts.
By far the easiest way to get started in ghostwriting, is by writing your own personal story. There are so many publications looking for personal essays and for many of these magazines and newspapers, you don’t have to attach your name to your article. So essentially, you are ghostwriting your own story. read more
July 1, 2022 · 8:37 am
VR’s history began with the View-Master (a stereoscopic visual simulator) in 1939 and Morton Heilig’s 1950s’ Sensorama multi-experience theatre. The development of the first head-mounted display (HMD) followed in 1968. Then, designers focused on professionally geared applications in the 1970s and 1980s. With more sophisticated technology, they could tailor computerized VR experiences to the fields of military training, medicine and flight simulation. After 1990, just after “Virtual Reality” became popularly known, VR entered the wider consumer world through video-games. VR has since become progressively more affordable and sophisticated. read more
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Annie is the driving force behind content strategy for clients. She uncovers insights about what motivates buyers and uses that knowledge to shape client websites and editorial calendars. Annie brings several years of PR experience gained from working at the amusement park, Cedar Point.
10 Killer Tips: How to Format a Perfect Blog Post
When it comes to content marketing, appearances are everything. Taking the time to format your articles into the perfect blog post can be the difference between website visitors who convert into leads, and readers who get bored after just a few words. Adam Thompson points out that “if [your blog] doesn’t look inviting, attractive, and easy-to-read, you’re less likely to earn social shares or natural backlinks.” Failing to format can ruin your best intentions of growing an audience and subscribers, improving your SEO, and generating leads. read more
May 30, 2022 · 7:09 am
This is a critical step for helping struggling writers construct ideas. Using tools like brainstorms or Focus Storms, help students quickly get as many ideas as possible. The blank page can be daunting to a young writer who struggles with coming up with ideas. Brainstorming is a powerful tool to help writers flush out all the ideas and then a Focus Storm helps them to organize and fine-tune their ideas. This is also helpful because it is a visual for students to see that they have lots of ideas. If students ever get stuck for ideas, they can refer back to their brainstorm and focus storm. read more
May 17, 2022 · 6:14 pm
You probably think that more choice is better than less – Starbucks certainly does – but consider these findings. People offered too many alternative ways to invest for their retirement become less likely to invest at all; and people get more pleasure from choosing a chocolate from a selection of five than when they pick the same sweet from a selection of 30. read more
December 19, 2019 · 3:21 pm
“The school” is
a representation of literary prowess by Donald Barthelme. Every single word is
bound to advancing the story and holding the audience fascinated. Eloquent
punctuation and economic utilization of phrases are trademarks of this
remarkable text. An evaluation of the writer and his creative style, plus a
close examination of specific wording perspective and chronology of events
leads to an appreciation of how every aspect work in unison to achieve
Barthelme’s astonishing and undoubtedly mystifying end. read more
December 18, 2019 · 3:19 pm
The Population Bomb was
written to help in the inauguration of the global debate about the association
of the population growth and the environmental degradation. It teaches many
people around the globe about the earth’s limited size in bearing the human civilization.
Despite the book’s shortcomings, it still offers a useful opportunity for
learning the ecological, energy, and the food shortage of the current
generation. The book’s publishing was in response to asking Paul who is the
author to provide the summary of his arguments that he always made in the media
concerning the population growth and the associated environmental issues. read more