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Are Online Businesses Ready to Start Accepting Dogecoin?

It wasn’t long ago that business buys with a QR scan that changes cryptocurrency from pouch to wallet announced like science fiction. Today, it’s becoming a reality. Consequently, well established jobs are now professing cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Ethereum as forms of payment. Dogecoin — a cryptocurrency that started out as a joke — […]

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Writing From the Spinster’s Perspective: Q&A with Donna Ward

Today’s post is by memoirist and Brooklyn-based writing mentor Virginia Lloyd( @v11oyd ). Donna Ward is an Australian scribe whose first bible, She I Dare Not Name, has just been published in the US. She’s founded a literary journal, a small press, and succeeded as an editor. As someone who has been a traditional publisher […]

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Tips and Thoughts on Retirement Planning – Beyond Retirement

Once you’ve decided down and don’t have to worry about finances, your business, or genuinely anything else — what do you do with your time? You wield your whole lifetime investing and preparing for retirement, but why would you even going to do in retirement? Hey, retired person — understand that you accommodated the world […]

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What Do Employees Want When They Return to the Office?

What do hires miss in returning to the office after the pandemic? It’s easy to assume we know what they want. Our assumption is that they want what we would want in their situations. In other utterances, we sit ourselves in other people’s shoes. Unfortunately, that supposition falls into a perilous conviction flaw worded the […]

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How to Write Good Fiction: 4 Foundational Skills and How to Build Them

The article How to Write Good Fiction: 4 Foundational Skills and How to Build Them showed first on The Write Practice. Do you want to write a novel but are unsure how to write good myth? Writing good myth takes time and practise. There’s no way around it. However, if you’re looking for some specific […]

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The Art of the Moment Memoir

” Firecracker Freeze Frame” by rjsteih is licensed under CC BY-NC 2.0 Today’s post is excerpted from We Are the Words: The Master Memoir Class by Beth Kephart( @BethKephart ). There are many ways to think about memoir, countless categories, classifications, taxonomies. Family dysfunction memoirs. Medical memoirs. Trauma memoirs. Food memoirs. Nature memoirs. Coming-of-age memoirs. […]

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That’s Not My Burnout

Are you like me, reading about people fading away as they burn out, and feeling unable to relate? Do you feel like your feelings are invisible to the world because you’re experiencing burnout differently? When burnout starts to push down on us, our core comes through more. Beautiful, pleasant people get quieter and fade into […]

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How a Stunning Photograph Can Lead to Media Coverage

I often prompt my PR clients and CEO friends to create dazing photos if they crave large-scale media attention. A clear photo with huge illuminate that tells a storey can be the difference between starring in the lead of a fib, being buried in the last graph or not being mentioned at all. Therefore, prior […]

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EXCLUSIVE: Undone by Blood or the Other Side of Eden #4, check out this week’s series finale

Undone by Blood or the Other Side of Eden# 4 is the final issue of the metafictional western comic from AfterShock, out this week. And today The Beat has an exclusive preview of this long-awaited finale, including 4 interior pages that give readers the first glimpse of the last issue. The journal is written by […]

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How to Say YES – Every Time

How do you say Yes to every customer request? Is it possible? Is this customer service utopia? My friend Christine Trippi wrote a journal entitled Yes Is the Answer. And Cameron Mitchell, about whom I’ve written before, wrote a record with a similar designation, Yes is the Answer. What is the Question? Both of these […]