Monthly Archives: Feb 2018

How To Focus on Homework

How To Focus On Homework

Simple Tips About How To Focus On Studying

So you want to learn how to focus on homework?

The first thing that you must do is to practice avoiding distractions and concentrate better on studying. When you can concentrate fully on your homework and manage to get it done, then it is a high relief and makes you feel like you have accomplished something meaningful.

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Joy of a Good Short Story

Joy of Reading a Great Short Story

You devise reading strategies and start on a book.

Within a minute, you’re sucked in. Deep.

You engage with the hero; know his friends; appreciate his situation; relish his activities.

The story progresses. Gets tangled. Nears a crisis.

And you sit up straighter, breathe slower; deeper. Your universe narrows down to just the lines you’re reading.

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How To Profit From Private Label Rights PLR Content

Content Marketing PLR Content

Content Marketing is the hottest online buzzword in 2018. It’s the process of using content to

  • attract an audience
  • engage prospective clients, and
  • establish trust, in order to
  • convert browsers into buyers

A key element of doing this is your content.

Gone are the days when freqently publishing mediocre, keyword-optimized word-soup would rocket your website to the top of Google.

Today, to stand out from the crowd, you need rock-solid, top-notch, high-quality content. The kind of content only an expert can create.

And you need a LOT of it.

That quickly becomes expensive.

Even if you pay only $50 for a 1,000+ word article (and great content usually costs 10 times as much!), it will set you back hundreds of dollars every month to publish on a consistent schedule.

Private Label Rights PLR Content is an affordable alternative.

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Who You Know : a short story

“If you want something badly, let it go. If it comes back, it’s yours forever. If it doesn’t, it never was yours to begin with.” – a Spanish proverb

One beautiful afternoon in late summer, fifteen years ago, two young men stepped into the hallowed portals of Madras Medical College.

They were quite alike, these two young doctors-to-be. Both had been brilliant scholars. Both were determined and driven. And both, as young medicos are, were filled with ambitious dreams for the future.

During the five years of the training, Kumar and Sanjay spent hours in the library hunched over textbooks, and in the wards examining patients. They were bright, eager and curious to learn. And they competed fiercely for honors.

But there was a difference.

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Don’t Make Excuses

Make no excuses

“I attribute my success to this – I never gave or took any excuse.”

Florence Nightingale

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