As online writers, there is one core and fundamental thing we must do to ensure our success as writers, and therefore optimise our chances of making money… and that thing is to write! Okay that’s the end of the Hub I hope you liked it!
Ahh… wait… you mean you don’t know how to write online?
As simple as the concept of just ‘writing’ may sound, (and it is) there is a fine line between writing for an offline source such as a magazine or newspaper, and writing for an online audience. Read More
Note: This is the twentieth chapter of my novel "The Just War." I hope you enjoy it!
Sitting in a chair, watching her injured husband, Jan drank coffee and thought. She thought a lot, thought about her husband, and her son, and her daughter. Throwing the coffee cup had felt good. Nailing the jerk and watching him go down had felt really good. Read More
Everybody at one point in his/her life uses cosmetics such as make-up, deodorant, shampoo, wrinkle creams, blemish creams and many other products. In the many different trials that these products go through before reaching the public, some are tested on animals. Many people believe that this is a necessary part of product testing, and I agree that limited testing needs to be done in a controlled environment; however, animal testing of cosmetics is bad. Read More
Real life applications for a cash flow worksheet vary widely, from stock analysis to project finance, even the government! This is a real life case study of a financial analyst using a cash flow worksheet at a civil engineering firm to forecast the profitability of a bridge project. It demonstrates some universal components of such a project, as well as one unique way to estimate long term value. Read More
The regulatory bodies at both the state and federal level require much disclosure from Franchisors. So, much information in fact that it indeed puts them at a disadvantage to both their foreign and domestic competitors who may not be franchise companies and therefore do not require the same level of disclosures. Read More
Michael, didn’t recognise Depression the first time he was diagnosed. He agreed that he wasn’t feeling his normal self, was sleeping a bit longer and wasn’t enjoying work much at the moment but he certainly didn’t feel like suicide. Wasn’t suicide for people who had given up on life. He was just feeling worn out. Read More