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Employee Appreciation Week: How to Recognize and Appreciate Employees Every Day

If you’re like most workplaces, you probably celebrate reasons like birthdays, corporation remembrances, one-time achievements, and annual holidays. But why wait until one-off celebrations to recognize and appreciate employees? Especially as many workplaces alter to virtual or hybrid environments, showing employees respect is important now now more than ever. According to the Achievers Workforce Institute’s […]

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AI Content Creator: 5 Ways it Helps Your Blog Grow

Every blogger demands their blog to grade in the top standing in Google search results since customers often adopt outcomes contained on the first page, especially those in one of the top 3 positions, as you can see in the graphic below. And, for years, the Google search algorithm became content lord. This explains why […]

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10 Virtual Meeting Tips

10 Virtual Meeting Tips As a corporate entertainer, I’ve performed at TONS of virtual fills. I’ve seen it all, so here are 10 tips-off that will help you be a better presenter, multitude, or attendant in virtual satisfies. 1. Mute Yourself Background noise can be distracting, so always mute yourself when you’re not speaking. This […]

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Elements of Story: How Genre Impacts the Importance of Five Story Elements

Have you ever wondered how the elements of story impact your book’s category? Do some elements of story have greater importance in a work because of the book’s genre? I can think of several times when I’ve gone to a eatery and made the time to slowly chew my nutrient, so I can experience how […]

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How to Finish Your Novel Faster: 4 Lessons From (Almost) Missing My Writing Deadlines

This client affix is by Demi LeJeune. Demi is a writer of near and far future Science Fiction blended with a dash of Thriller and a great deal of person. His aim is to send readers on what-if escapist escapades. Find out more on his website at demilejeune.com and follow him on Facebook and Twitter( […]

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The Ultimate Guide to Beta Readers: Definition, Why They Matter, and How to Find Them

If you’ve looked into the process of publishing a volume, you might have heard the call “beta readers.” But what are beta readers? Do you really need them? And when do they come into the writing process? A couple suggestions: yes, if you’re going to publish a journal, you need beta books. And no, they’re […]

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New Beginnings Are Often Disguised As Painful Endings

We are so conditioned to celebrate the brand-new, but what about celebrating what we are stepping away from, even though it feels uncomfortable or there is a part of us not ready to let go? Whenever I’m going through a tough time in my life, I have the tendency to want to hide away and […]

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How to Write a Book That’s Based on a True Story

Life is filled with stranger-than-fiction instants. But how do you write a book based on a genuine legend? How do you take those fantastical occasions and turn them into an even better narrative? In practice, it’s much harder than it reverberates! As a writer, you certainly want to capture those instants in an irresistible fib […]

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Juan Diego And Our Lady Of Guadalupe (Part I Of III)

Editor’s note: This announce was originally published on 12/10/ 2013. This month, in honor of Our Lady of Guadalupe, we’re doing a three-part post on the story of Our Lady of Guadalupe, her supernatural epitome, and the two shrines is fully committed to her in Mexico City and La Crosse, Wisconsin. This narration is so […]