Most writers simply begin writing the moment they come up with an ebook idea they feel is worth pursuing. However, it’s best to wait a moment…or a few moments…to focus and evaluate that idea. This helps your book have a chance of succeeding in the ever-more competitive ebook market. To give your book a good start, take the following six steps before you write an ebook...
The Internet is a fire hose. Whether it’s a casual browse or a conscious one, getting “drenched” is almost given. Fortunately, the same fire hose of information can quench your thirst for learning a new skill. Learning playlists are nothing but an organized way to collect the right resources in the form of articles, videos, links, images etc. in a semblance of order. Think of it as tying together all the information you find into a thread that helps you grasp it from the beginning to the end.
Learning playlists are just as useful for flipped teaching as they are for learning anything on your own. From learning a new language to coding software programs; from comics to drums, nothing can stop the enthusiastic learner. All that’s needed is to find the best content, and then make sense of it. This is where a learning playlist helps you handpick the best knowledge from the Web. Here are three free tools to create your own learning playlists and share it with others as well....
Whether your audience is your boss, your banker, a small team of direct reports, a ballroom full of conference attendees, or thousands of people worldwide connected via teleconference, your success depends on being able to make a great presentation.
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