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Leadership style is a broad term without a commonly accepted definition. In a sense, an individual’s leadership style is the sum total of the way in which the leader interacts with his or her followers. This includes the manner by which the leader provides overall direction as well as specific instruction. It involves the way […]

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When it comes to teaching, it may seem challenging to aim for new perspectives related to refining the Learning Process. In this context, phenomena like Globalization and the advent of the Internet exemplify that students’ minds have constantly changed, showing that school subjects have to be taught under a new glance. Opposing to individualistic practices, […]

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Ecommerce is the hinge that allows the online business door to swing wide open. This is the industry of cyber business. It goes beyond simply saying, “Look at me world, I have an idea. Doesn’t anyone care?” Ecommerce allows you to take your idea and connect it with consumers and your bank. It allows the […]

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“Great Sales Rebuttals” – do they really exist? We can list rebuttals for “I’m not interested” , for “you’re too expensive”, for “I’m too busy” , for “Send me some information”, for “I need to think about it”, for “I need to speak to my boss”, etc. BUT HOW MUCH EASIER WOULD YOUR JOB BE […]

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These are not at all the same and in fact serve very different purposes. While it is true that in certain situations, a so-called “straight” translation is not appropriate (such as in advertising, for example), it is not true that all good translations are in fact adaptations. In reality, a good translation is NOT an […]

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Many people undergo what has come to be known as a midlife crisis. People reach a certain age and start to take stock of their lives and measure what they have achieved. If you have taken the time to reassess your life and your career and feel that it is time for a change then […]

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I live in Gyeongju, South Korea. I am an English teacher for a private academy in Korea. In this article I will give you a brief breakdown as to where you can expect to work once you get here in South Korea. When you are looking for work as an English teacher in Korea, you […]

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With teaching, the job never stops. However, you will come to a screeching halt if you burn yourself out. In this article, let’s consider the difference between working with passion and working until you are fried. The term ‘workaholic’ is tossed around quite a bit – and some people wear it like a badge of […]

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In the wake of recent government regulatory acts aimed at improving teaching standards, schools are focusing more and more on professional development for teachers. School districts are concerned with how teachers can most effectively help their students learn. In particular, teaching reading is one of the major priorities of schools – literacy is the basis […]

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How to Build Relationships with Online Influencers (Without the Awkward)

We’ve been telling you there’s no great secret to search optimization, but that’s kind of a lie, isn’t it? There is one not-so-secret ingredient that makes SEO work. It also makes social sharing work. Referrals, too. I won’t be mysterious about it — it’s links. Links make the web go around. They’re why it’s called […]

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