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Aug 10, 2022

When working remotely and having to manage your own time, it is not uncommon for breaks to be overlooked. A new survey by the online scheduling platform Doodle confirms the US workforce’s collective neglect of breaks. 72% of US employees admit to feeling

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5 Time-Saving Hacks for Busy Leaders Looking to Publish a Book

5 Time-Saving Hacks for Busy Leaders Looking to Publish a Book

Jan 18, 2024

You’re a leader with a wealth of experience and a treasure trove of insights. You’re eager to share your knowledge through a book but find yourself swamped by endless responsibilities. You’re not alone. Many executives face this dilemma: the desire to publish without

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5 Underrated Traits of Teen Authors That Impress College Admissions Officers

5 Underrated Traits of Teen Authors That Impress College Admissions Officers

Jan 18, 2024

A high schooler’s secret weapon for a top-tier college is their love for writing. Writing isn’t just about crafting narratives; it’s about showcasing your journey, creativity, and growth. As young authors, you bring fresh perspectives and a unique set of skills that colleges

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5 Reasons Why Publishing a Book Elevates Your College Application

5 Reasons Why Publishing a Book Elevates Your College Application

Jan 10, 2024

A college application from a published author is rare. Less than 0.02% of college applicants are published authors. Which is why writing and publishing your very own book turbocharges your journey into your dream school. Getting into a top college is like a

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Current Trends in Teen Publishing: Stand Out in Your College Application

Current Trends in Teen Publishing: Stand Out in Your College Application

Jan 9, 2024

Did you know your unique story could be the golden ticket to your dream college? The world of publishing isn’t just for adults anymore. Teens like you are making waves with blogs, books, and more. Why does this matter? Because colleges are on

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5 Simple Tips for High Schoolers to Publish a Book That Impresses Admissions

5 Simple Tips for High Schoolers to Publish a Book That Impresses Admissions

Jan 9, 2024

Ever imagined your own book sitting proudly on your desk – not just any book, but one with your name as the author? Imagine the wide-eyed look of college admissions officers as they spot that accomplishment. The Importance of Standing Out: Colleges get

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How to Select the Perfect Ghostwriter For Your Book

How to Select the Perfect Ghostwriter For Your Book

Jan 9, 2024

Your unwritten book can be a beacon of your legacy. Maybe your only lasting legacy. Yet, this literary journey isn’t a solo endeavor for many successful individuals. It requires a special kind of partnership with someone who can articulate your thoughts, ideas, and

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9 Reasons Why Accomplished Thought Leaders Don’t Write Books

9 Reasons Why Accomplished Thought Leaders Don’t Write Books

Jan 9, 2024

It’s the silent struggle of the brilliant mind. In a world where every thought leader and visionary is celebrated, there’s an untold story of unwritten books. Why do so many successful individuals never pen down their experiences? Here are the 9 reasons behind

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The Importance of Confidentiality and Discretion in Ghostwriting Partnerships

The Importance of Confidentiality and Discretion in Ghostwriting Partnerships

Jan 9, 2024

In the world of thought leaders and visionaries, time is the most precious commodity. These individuals are known for their groundbreaking ideas and unparalleled expertise, yet finding the time to put those thoughts into a book can be challenging. And frustrating. Ghostwriters serve

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5 Crucial Questions Every Pharma Leader Wants To Be Answered Before AI Implementation

5 Crucial Questions Every Pharma Leader Wants To Be Answered Before AI Implementation

Jan 9, 2024

In the ever-evolving world of pharmaceuticals, AI stands as a beacon of innovation. However, with innovation comes questions, especially for pharma leaders on the brink of embracing AI. If you are one of the AI founders and executives who find themselves at a

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Why are we so hard on ourselves and what to do about it?

Why are we so hard on ourselves and what to do about it?

Jan 9, 2024

Interacting with teenagers is educational. The recommended teenage dose for a parent is a few minutes per day. Last weekend, I got my daily dose with our 14-year-old son. Needless to say, he was in a bad mood. Initially, I attributed it to

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