This post is the first in the Amplify your Time Workshop. This week we will
be all about taming the beast! I will provide some tools to guide you
through the first step by finding time-wasters, prioritizing your tasks,
and making a daily schedule. So strap in, it might get bumpy, but the
end-goal is rewarding - less feeling overwhelmed and stressed.
Online learning is confusing enough without students having to try to
figure out how to be successful in them. We hear from a lot of parents and
students that say that virtual learning is so different and that they don’t
know how to do it. So we thought we would put together our top 10 rules for
being successful in an online class.
Fledgling writers would do well to invest in a good, straightforward book on grammar and punctuation, put dictionary.com on speed dial, and improve their skills through daily practice with close attention to the mechanics of good writing.
Digital marketing as a lot of resources, that will help you out. We've listed the top ten resources for beginners, that will help you with your search engine results, and much more.
“So many books, so little time.” — Frank Zappa
If you are a school or college student then you need to know how to write an academic essay. Here are the basic info and tips on writing an academic essay in a nutshell.
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"Since their invention more than 100 years ago, airplanes have been moved through the air by the spinning surfaces of propellers or turbines. But watching science fiction movies like the “Star Wars,” “Star Trek” and “Back to the Future” series, I imagined that the propulsion systems of the future would be silent and still – maybe with some kind of blue glow and “whoosh” noise, but no moving parts, and no stream of pollution pouring out the back..."
Do you want to study from home and get a degree too? If yes, then online courses are for you. Here are the types of online courses you can avail and the top ways they can benefit you.
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Michigan-based illustrator Bruce Worden creates funny, witty illustrations of homophones – words that have the same pronunciation but different meanings, spellings, or origins.
A self-professed grammar nerd, Worden explains the differences between the words with minimalist pictograms that visualize their meanings. Over a period of five years, he has created over 300 homophone illustrations on his blog titled Homophones, Weakly (lol). Check out the best ones here.