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Loads of 'how to write' guides

Here are loads of 'how to write' guides which include such subjects as: English, law, nursing, management and a lot more. These are really helpful if you are a bit stuck when writing your own essays.
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An Interesting way to start your writing

Here is an interesting way to get your writing started. Thought I would share it here to help anyone get started with your own writing.
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Are you struggling to write an essay introduction, conclusion or structure?

Essay writing is hard! This is why guides like this one on how to write an essay introduction, conclusion and structure are brilliant. It gives you the top 10 tips for writing a strong essay. You must ensure that your introduction, structure and conclusion are cohesive and written well. Read more...
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10 Nighttime Habits to Boost Your Productivity Tomorrow

Wow, not sure I can be this organised but going to try at least a couple of these...
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Five little marketing diamonds for the day

"It doesn’t matter how awesome your product is .. your awesome thing only matters to the extent that it helps your user’s ability to be a little more awesome".
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The Importance of Self-Delusion in the Creative Process

The Importance of Self-Delusion in the Creative Process | Entrepreneurship | Scoop.it

How can we apply the idea of method acting to our business lives? This is the question that lifehacker and bestselling author AJ Jacobs tackles in this insightful (and highly entertaining) talk on the benefits of faking it until you make it. Through a series of examples from his own life, Jacobs shows just how much our behavior shapes our thoughts and our perceptions. Thus, if we want to change our attitude about something, the best way is to “act as if.”

 

 


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, June 20, 2013 2:17 AM

Could self-delusion be the best invention ever? If it makes you take action on your idea, the answer just might be yes.

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7 ways to boost your productivity

I found this post on how to boost your productivity. I'm not sure I use all of these all the time but I'm starting now. 7 ways to boost your productivity.
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How to write a law essay - the ultimate guide to writing.

If you are writing a law essay then this is the guide for you. It will help you create the best law essay that you have ever written. There are other 'how to write' guides here too.
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How to start an essay - The ultimate guide

How do you get an essay started? What's the best way to approach an essay? If you are struggling to start an essay then read these 10 tips on how to start an essay. It includes mistakes to avoid, ways to look at the essay that you may not have thought of and many more...
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Networking secrets from the experts

Don't forget the value of building relationships to your business and career. Online networks have not killed it off. Great tips.
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Social media - a great way for small businesses to reach customers

For social media newbies it might seem like a fad, but social media is a great way for small businesses to operate on an even playing field to the big boys. Great article.
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Knowing When to Blow the Whistle

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If your company wants to be alerted to internal wrongdoing. It takes more than offering your employees an anonomous whistelblowing hotline, according to experts at the McCombs School of Business.

 

In the case of National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden, the government certainly did not want the whistle blown publicly on their surveillance programs. But within companies, corporate executives usually want to hear about internal problems, says McCombs Lecturer Grace Renbarger, who spent four years as the chief ethics and compliance officer at Dell.

 

“They can’t stop it if they don’t know about it,” she says.

 

Many large companies offer mechanisms such as ethics hotlines that enable workers to anonymously report misconduct. Under the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, which was passed in 2002, all publicly traded companies must have mechanisms for the reporting of accounting or audit fraud.   


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This is the first article of a two-part series on corporate whistleblowing. This installment examines the issue from the company’s perspective, while the second feature focuses on the whistleblower’s point of view.