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Narración digital con Storyboard That

Narración digital con Storyboard That | Writing, Publishing | Scoop.it

Storyboard That es un servicio web 2.0 que nos permite crear guiones gráficos fácilmente. Con él podemos crear viñetas gráficas para explicar concepto o crear el guión previo a la grabación de un vídeo.


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Lean Into Pain and Feel the Love

Lean Into Pain and Feel the Love | Writing, Publishing | Scoop.it
As writers, we may avoid the page because we fear the fatal sting of failure, but falling into the pain will free your imagination and allow your creativity to thrive.

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Let yourself hope, dream, and love without condition. Live life with no strings attached. You’re writing will be the better for it, and so will your soul.


 
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Let yourself hope, dream, and love without condition. Live life with no strings attached. You’re writing will be the better for it, and so will your soul.

 
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The Data on Death: How Perceived Causes Differ from Reality

The Data on Death: How Perceived Causes Differ from Reality | Writing, Publishing | Scoop.it
What causes of death do people worry the most about, and what types of death does media report on? It turns out both are very disproportionate to reality.
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Put First Things First

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Welcome back to our monthly series that summarizes, expands, and riffs on each of the seven habits laid out in The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey. Covey’s first two habits are big picture and abstract. Habit #1 — “Be Proactive” — is about changing your mindset from someone who is acted …
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The relationship between time, money, and happiness ~

The relationship between time, money, and happiness ~ | Writing, Publishing | Scoop.it
I've been thinking about the relationship between time, money, and happiness. One study found that when people use money to "buy time", their well-being increases. And there's no question that if you increase the gap between your earning and spending, you have to work less in the future.
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Amazon’s control over ebook sales data should upset everyone in publishing —

Amazon’s control over ebook sales data should upset everyone in publishing — | Writing, Publishing | Scoop.it
They don’t often get nominated for huge book prizes, noticed by the New York Times book review, or endorsed by the president. But over the past seven years, self-published books—predominantly sold as ebooks–have offered a rare avenue through which writers can make a living just from writing, as opposed to speaking, teaching, and/or consulting. By cutting out publishers, writers sidestep print and distribution costs, increase their revenue, and are beholden to readers and algorithms, not critics, editors, marketers, or sales people. A decent writer with a flair for self-promotion, or a decent entrepreneur with writing chops, can earn serious cash.
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How To Be More Productive by Working Less

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I believe productivity is a deeply personal thing. We all have different brains and, therefore, different preferences, perspectives, and situations where we feel most effective. Thus, the few times I’ve attempted to wade into the productivity waters on this site, instead of jerking off over new apps or morning rituals, I’ve focused on understanding one’s own psychology.
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The 3 Levels of Self-Awareness

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The problem is when we’re on autopilot for so long that we forget we’re on autopilot. Because when we’re not even aware of our own habits, routines, impulses, and reactions, then we no longer control them; they control us.
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The Man Who Cracked the Lottery - The New York Times

The Man Who Cracked the Lottery - The New York Times | Writing, Publishing | Scoop.it
When the Iowa attorney general’s office began investigating an unclaimed lottery ticket worth millions, an incredible string of unlikely winners came to light - and a trail that pointed to an inside job.
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How Ann Taylor and Loft Create Customer Loyalty Through Charitable Efforts

How Ann Taylor and Loft Create Customer Loyalty Through Charitable Efforts | Writing, Publishing | Scoop.it
Ann Taylor and Loft build up charities and customer loyalty at the same time -- here's how you can do it, too.
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19 Incredibly Useful Websites You’ll Wish You Knew Earlier

We tend to think of learning a new skill or “going back to school” as something you’d do when looking to change careers, or to upgrade within your current one. But lifelong learning has incredible…
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Selfie: new book explores how we became so self-obsessed

Selfie: new book explores how we became so self-obsessed | Writing, Publishing | Scoop.it
A new book explores the history of individualism in the West.
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The Psychology of Money ·

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The paradox of wealth is that people tend to want it to signal to others that they should be liked and admired. But in reality those other people bypass admiring you, not because they don’t think wealth is admirable, but because they use your wealth solely as a benchmark for their own desire to be liked and admired.

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Building A Life On The Foundation Of Faith – Personal Growth –

Don’t live by to-do lists, goal programs, and life hacks. These things will make you feel busy, and productive, and important, but they are distractions. Live by faith. Live by letting go of your…
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The friend effect: why the secret of health and happiness is surprisingly simple | Society | The Guardian

The friend effect: why the secret of health and happiness is surprisingly simple | Society | The Guardian | Writing, Publishing | Scoop.it
A study has found that regularly eating meals alone is the biggest single factor for unhappiness, besides existing mental illness. Why is hanging out with friends so helpful?
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I felt exposed online': how to disappear from the internet | World news

I felt exposed online': how to disappear from the internet | World news | Writing, Publishing | Scoop.it
Worried about what’s out there about you? You’re not alone. But is it even possible to become a digital ghost?
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The power of a ‘not-to-do’ list

The power of a ‘not-to-do’ list | Writing, Publishing | Scoop.it
He wanted to figure out how to improve his day and make it more enjoyable. So, he followed the lead of Charlie Munger, right-hand man of famed investor Warren Buffet, and a proponent of ‘inversion’ – a strategy that looks at problems in reverse, focusing on minimising the negatives instead of maximising the positives.
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Do You Need Therapy?

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The idea behind therapy is that most of our decision making comes from unconscious aspects of our mind. As long as these parts of our mind are unconscious, we’re unable to exercise control over them. The primary purpose of therapy is to help us become aware of these sections of our unconscious, accept them and then begin exerting control over them.
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The Most Important Question of Your Life

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What are you willing to struggle for? Because that seems to be a greater determinant of how our lives turn out.
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BBC - Culture - Our fiction addiction: Why humans need stories

BBC - Culture - Our fiction addiction: Why humans need stories | Writing, Publishing | Scoop.it
One common idea is that storytelling is a form of cognitive play that hones our minds, allowing us to simulate the world around us and imagine different strategies, particularly in social situations. “It teaches us about other people and it’s a practice in empathy and theory of mind
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 Begin With the End in Mind

 Begin With the End in Mind | Writing, Publishing | Scoop.it
Because it distills what you ultimately value in life — or at least what you want to value — and what you hope it all adds up to in the end.
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How Journaling Changed My Life – The Startup –

“The life of every man is a diary in which he means to write one story, and writes another; and his humblest hour is when he compares the volume as it is with what he vowed to make it.” — J.M. Barrie
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Books vs. e-books: The science behind the best way to read - CBS News

Books vs. e-books: The science behind the best way to read - CBS News | Writing, Publishing | Scoop.it
Is a Kindle or Nook on your holiday gift list? First, check out what research says about the pros and cons of reading on screens
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