Monthly Archives: February 2014

What To Know About Professional Transcription

Businesses and people alike often know how time can mean money in the scheme of things, which is why some may hire professionals to help them out as much as possible. This happens to be the case where typing is involved, which some people may not have the time or ability to handle on their own. As a result, some may choose to hire a professional transcription service to assist them and to help them save time and potentially money as well. Read more →

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The Write Diet: Eating To Support Writing As A Lifestyle

Yes, I know, writers are meant to live on booze and cigarettes, but honestly, some of those authors might have written an awful lot more, and for a lot longer, if they had looked after their diet a bit more. I want to look at how to optimise your writing ability through good nutrition. Read more →

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How Can You Be Awesome At Poker?

I can bet that you have heard people say that practice makes perfect. But when you are trying to become better at a game like poker practicing can often times losing more of your money. The key to not only enjoying your game of poker, but winning is to learn how to practice playing correctly without risking your money. Read more →

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Building Writing Motivation: Playing And Generating Enthusiasm

“If we can create the right emotion inside of us, we can get ourselves to do anything.” Anthony Robbins Read more →

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Learning To Write With Flow: Discover Your Muse

“Being a writer is a very peculiar sort of a job: it’s always you versus a blank sheet of paper (or a blank screen) and quite often the blank piece of paper wins.” Neil Gaiman. Each time you begin a new project, or even a day’s writing, you’re faced that blank page – and often the overwhelming urge to crawl back into bed. At times like these you need to unleash your secret weapon. That weapon, and the best way to fight that initial fear-blockade is to find your Muse. Read more →

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The Benefits of Working From Home

The Benefits of Working From Home Not too long ago, working from home was a right only granted to a select few (usually entrepreneurs). Due to advances in technology and society in general working at home is now much more common. In fact, according to an article on Forbes.com, 1 in 5 Americans now work … Read more →

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Hustling your way to the top as a Writer

While the economy has taken a turn for the worst, many have found themselves in deeper ruts than when they first started. That being said, writers are needed more than ever. People either lack the time, expertise, or just plain and simply don’t want to write. Here are some ways to take a piece of … Read more →

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