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writing down goals statistics: By AInan Ahmad

Do you write down your goals and dreams on a regular basis? Or do you simply think about them, without actually recording them anywhere? As it turns out, your answer to this question has a HUGE impact on your odds of transforming whatever it is you desire to be, do, have or give into your reality. Most people drive through life without bothering to write down their goals. Very few people have…
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Tips on Grammar, Punctuation and Style.

Commas and semi-colons. If the rules you learned about commas and semi-colons don’t mean much to you, forget them and try this: Read one of your sentences aloud and see where you would naturally pause, where you would draw a breath. If it’s a short pause, like…
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Write a Comparative Analysis

Throughout your academic career, you’ll be asked to write papers in which you compare and contrast two things: two texts, two theories, two historical figures, two scientific processes, and so on. “Classic” compare-and-contrast papers, in which you weight A…
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Write an Amazing Article !

Writing and design have always been two passions of mine. When someone first approached me with a writing opportunity for their blog, I was shocked. It hadn’t crossed my mind for a moment that the two could be brought together harmoniously. I still remember writing that…
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HOW TO WRITE AN ARTICLE ?

A good article must entertain, which is dished out from a service of catchy facts, figures and formulations,and the fact should be not only accurate, but also plentiful. There should always be rule that collect always more information than we think we are going to use; so…
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HOW TO WRITE AN ARTICLE ?

A good article must entertain, which is dished out from a service of catchy facts, figures and formulations,and the fact should be not only accurate, but also plentiful. There should always be rule that collect always more information than we think we are going to use; so…