Do you care about having a writing schedule for you, whatever that mean? Better still, should you worry about having a writing schedule? I can feel some of you nodding, and even frown on some of the faces. This has to happen. People have different opinion about having a writing schedule. Not everyone feels that one should have one.
But this is what I have to say on this. A writing schedule is must for you if you are not highly motivated writer, and who cannot start writing on the word go. And guess what most of us do not fit in this description. We all need, therefore, a writing schedule to help us perform the work we have taken ourselves.
Yes, each one of us has taken writing work on our own, no one ever have forced us to do so. I know of no parents who want their sons and daughters to become writers. It is the calling we got from inside and now as you are sunk deep into it you have started to feel lethargic. This is where a writing schedule steps in and pushes us forward, and we trod until we gain momentum.
This is all I can think as of now. I need your help to list down all the benefits of having a writing schedule. How else do you think following a writing schedule is going to help someone? Use the comment box and send your suggestions. I am waiting impatiently to hear your ideas.
Tags: Absence, Faces, Fit, Freedom, Gain Momentum, Job, parents, Rest Of The Day, Sons And Daughters, Waste Of Time, Writing Help
In a global survey conducted by the Nielsen Company, it was found that 97% of Indian people consider safety of food as the most important factor when deciding where to buy food items or groceries. And 85% of them are willing to pay premium for food that is safe.
In the absence of sample size and sample mix, this study should be taken with caution. I am not sure how deep in Indian villages did the surveyors went. In the absence of which trusting these numbers is quite hard.
Tags: Absence, Caution, Countries, Food Health, Food Items, Food Manufacturers, Global Survey, Groceries, Grown Food, Indian Villages, Indians, Nielsen Company, People, Producers, Safe Food, Surveyors
Who needs more confidence to get the work done: an interviewee or a salesperson? The correct answer is both, but as we are discussing about the job interview, we will concern ourselves with the confidence of an interviewee. But before doing that let’s face this question: How many of us have felt the sweaty palm and restless mind when entering the interview room?
I bet each one of us has faced this situation once or more in our career, but some of us go through this many times in their career, and more often than most of us. I think I know why they go through such ordeal every time they are in there for the interview, and thus I am writing this post. I believe this guide will help them do away with interview syndrome, once and for all.
Tags: 30 Minutes, Absence, Bet, Career, Confidence, Correct Answer, Interview Room, Interview Table, Interviewee, Interviewer, Job Interview, Ordeal, Restless Mind, Salesperson, Sweaty Palm
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