Let's Get Social
By Chris Foerster
According to a study by Harvard Business Review, email is an important part of many people’s professional lives. The study found that the average person spends up to 50 percent of their work time using their email. The study also found that the average worker receives 11,680 emails per year, with an average of 32 per day. In addition, the study concluded that people use email for more than just sending messages. In fact, 76 percent use it to exchange documents and 50 percent to archive important messages.
Some people claim that, “email is dead,” because no one really uses it anymore. Instead, people are opting to exchange information through social media networks. However, this is simply not true. For one thing, every social network asks for an email address before the user can create an account. For many people, checking their email is the first thing they do each morning.
By William Ballard
We’ve all become so “smart” that we’ve willing become that much more stupid. We’ve allowed infinite amounts of smart technology into our homes, and at the same time, thrown away all our God-given, creative intellect into the garbage – and have set that part of our perfected DNA beside the curb for the trash man to collect.
By Sara Robinson
Writing and publishing a book is a great feat and one that takes time, energy, and commitment. However, not everyone who writes a book will get a publishing deal, which can lead to a disheartening feeling. I mean, just think of all the hard work and time spent writing, formatting, and designing your book. It almost seems as if all was a waste, doesn't it?
If you’re an indie-writer and you want to have your book published, then this guide will give you the key steps you need to make sure you begin your journey of publishing your book successfully. Let’s get started.