Month: December 2015

How to Avoid Clichés When Writing

20 Dec, 2015 , , , , ,

Every writer has been guilty of making a cliché at some point in time. While they may seem harmless enough, they can water down the quality of your work. So, what exactly are clichés and how do you avoid them? Clichés Defined By definition, a cliché is any expression or idea that’s overused to the […]

Time Management Tips for Busy People

16 Dec, 2015 , , ,

There’s only 23 hours and 56 minutes in the day, so make the best possible use of them. Unfortunately, many people struggle with poor time management. They may exhaust all of their time and resources on one task, without setting aside enough time for other tasks. That’s why today we’re going to reveal some effective […]

Myths and Advantages Associated with Telecommuting

8 Dec, 2015 , , , , ,

Do you wish you could work from home more often or even 100% of the time? Telecommuting is often considered having the flexibility that a 9 to 5 job does not offer. While it may seem like a dream, working from home is not always the best solution for all of us. If you’re an […]

Improving and Maintaining Your Business Productivity

7 Dec, 2015 , , , , ,

For small business owners and entrepreneurs, productivity is paramount to building and sustaining their businesses. Small businesses are often “lean,” meaning fewer employees and little room for waste, both time and other resources. Larger business can absorb a little employee “laziness” or material waste and not be as impacted. Here are some tips on how […]

Should I Use a Publisher or Self-Publish?

4 Dec, 2015 , , , , ,

Congratulations, you’ve finished your book! Perhaps it will become a series that will make you the next J.K. Rowling with enough millions to open your own Gringotts. Or, perhaps you have a self-help book that will make you the next Dr. Phil. No matter how compelling your story or your book’s advice, you face the […]

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