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    1. Can I Leave My Book's Editing to The Literary Agent to Save on Hiring an Editor?

      Can I Leave My Book's Editing to The Literary Agent to Save on Hiring an Editor?

      Here's something that you might have asked yourself. Can I just submit my work to a literary agent and let them edit it the way they see fit so that I don't have to hire an editor myself?

      Luckily, we have this fascinating article to reference. In it, author Harry Bingham shares us his views. It's called Do Literary Agents Edit Manuscripts?

      It's got some really interesting and practical points. This one's particularly fascinating:

      Your manuscript has to be really, really good already. You can’t just use agents as a free pass to solving ...

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    2. Why Content Marketing Isn't On A Lot of Company's Priority Lists and Why This Needs to Change

      Why Content Marketing Isn't On A Lot of Company's Priority Lists and Why This Needs to Change

      Stumbled upon this fascinating article and thought that I'd share it. It's called Content Marketing Doesn't Work.

      In it, content marketing pro, Mark Templeman, shares his interesting views. This one's particularly thought-provoking:

      Simply put, content marketing doesn’t work because it needs two attributes to be successful, a long-term commitment and high-quality content. And both of these requirements have high demands in terms of time and effort. Because of this, they are often ignored in an attempt to make content marketing more scalable and easier to deploy.

      To learn more about how content marketing, take a ...

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    3. Choosing the Right Litter is Paramount to Teaching Your Cat Where to Do Their Business

      Choosing the Right Litter is Paramount to Teaching Your Cat Where to Do Their Business

      Thought we’d share this fascinating article from the Advantage Petcare. It’s titled How to Litter Train Your Cat.

      It offers some stimulating ideas. Here’s one that we thought was genuinely noteworthy:

      Non-clumping litter is made from many different materials, including crystals of dried silica. A more expensive litter, it tends to last for a long time and is dust-free and biodegradable. Other non-clumping litters made of biodegradable recycled paper or pine wood pellets are absorbent and dust-free, but will need to be cleaned out more regularly.

      To find out more about these ideas, look into the rest ...

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    4. What You Need to Know About Innovation

      What You Need to Know About Innovation

      Thought we’d share this fascinating article from the Stanford Social Innovation Review. It’s called A Guide for Intrapreneurs.

      In it, the author of Driving Innovation from Within, Kaihan Krippendorff offers some interesting perspectives on intrapreneurialism. Here’s one that we thought was genuinely noteworthy:

      Among the many advantages of innovation from within a company is the reciprocal relationship to scale. Being an innovator working from within an established organization can enable you to scale more quickly. And growing in scale makes more innovation possible.

      To find out more about these ideas, look into the rest of this insightful ...

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    5. How Can You Increase Your Content's Reach?

      How Can You Increase Your Content's Reach?

      Here's a compelling article from the Outbrain. It's called 5 Smart Ways to Increase the Reach of Your Content.

      In it, Disa Dinesh shares some interesting suggestions. Here’s one that’s particularly thought-provoking:

      Creating great content is a time-consuming task, but an inevitable one. Re-purposing content is one way to justify the effort that you have put into creating it. You could recycle one piece of content in several ways. Here are six super effective ways of doing it to expand your reach.

      Have a look at the complete article for more of the author’s observations.

       

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    6. Best Brain Vitamins and Minerals to Increase and Preserve Your Brain Health

      Best Brain Vitamins and Minerals to Increase and Preserve Your Brain Health

      Stumbled upon this noteworthy piece from Dr Eddy Betterman and thought that we would share it. It's called Brain Vitamins: The Top Vitamins & Minerals for Your Mind.

      It offers us some fascinating ideas. This one was particularly thought-provoking:

      Lithium orotate may increase the brain’s gray matter. In fact, it is one of the only things known to stimulate new brain cell growth other than exercise. Consuming small servings of lithium orotate can powerfully increase proteins that maintain and repair brain’s cells. It shows remarkable potential for lifting mood, memory, and cognitive function.

      Give the rest of this ...

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    7. Flipping Houses and the 70% Rule

      Flipping Houses and the 70% Rule

      Thought we’d share this fascinating article from the Lending Home. It’s called What is the 70% Rule in House Flipping.

      It offers some stimulating ideas. This one's particularly noteworthy:

      When determining the maximum price you should consider paying for a property, the 70% Rule of real estate investing dictates that you should pay no more than 70% of the after repair value (ARV), minus repair costs.

      But the 70% Rule in house flipping is far from written in stone. In fact, the word “rule” is a misnomer–it’s a loose guideline that is meant to offer ...

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    8. How to Take Care of Your Financial Health When You Fall In Love in Midlife

      How to Take Care of Your Financial Health When You Fall In Love in Midlife

      Came across this fascinating piece from the Daily Mail and it really piqued our interest. It’s called Why Every Midlife Woman Must Watch Their Money When They Fall In Love.

      It shares some intriguing points. Here’s one of them:

      Keep finances separate and only open a joint account if you need to — for instance if you take out a mortgage together. Leave that account for paying the mortgage and bills, and continue to deal with things like holidays separately. If you are not earning the same amount of money, then agree who is going to pay what proportion ...

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    9. Keys to Building Your Tradie Business

      Keys to Building Your Tradie Business

      Came across this fascinating piece from Kochie's Business Builders and it really piqued our interest. It’s called 7 Tips to Getting Your Tradie Business Set Up for Success.

      It shares some thoughtful ideas from marketing to servicing your tradie business. Here’s one of them:

      Profile your customers. The better you understand your customer the better you will be able to target them. Adjust your marketing campaign to suit your ideal customer, whether that is via social media, direct mail or digital marketing.

      If you want more interesting advice, give the full article a read at the website ...

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    10. How to Build a Successful Freelance Business

      How to Build a Successful Freelance Business

      Came across this fascinating piece from Ryan Robinson and it really piqued our interest. It’s called 10 Steps to Start a Freelancing Business While Working Full-Time.

      It shares some intriguing points. Here’s one of them:

      You need to build up a runway of clients and income already flowing in before you up and quit your job, unless you're willing to blow through potentially a lot of savings or take out a line of credit to prop yourself up while you're not generating much income with your freelance business or startup.

      If you want more, give the ...

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    11. Why Do People Love Linen So Much?

      Why Do People Love Linen So Much?

      Came across this fascinating piece from and it really piqued my interest. It’s titled What is Linen? Why Do People Love Linen Fabric So Much?

      It shares lot of interesting points. This one's probably the most compelling one:

      Linen can absorb up to 20% of its weight in moisture. Its ability to wick moisture, in addition, makes it a favorite choice to keep body and indoor cool. If you tend to keep dry cool, breathable linen is a best choice for you. Linen clothes and linen bedding is a very popular match choice for use in warmer climates ...

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    12. How Taking a Step Back Can Lead to Huge Leaps Forward

      How Taking a Step Back Can Lead to Huge Leaps Forward

      As a company grows, so does the need for good leadership. Some founders may find it difficult to cope with their company's success.

      This is exactly what happened to Katlin Smith. In this fascinating Inc. piece she shares the struggles of her growing her successful baked-goods company, Simply Mills. It’s titled This Founder's Company Was Growing Faster Than Her Leadership Skills. Here's How She Learned to Keep Up.

      Katlin shares some intriguing points here. This is just one of them:

      Self-realization is the first step to change, but in order to acquire the necessary skills to ...

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    13. How a 14-Year-Old Jewelry Entrepreneur is Building Her Business One Party at a Time

      How a 14-Year-Old Jewelry Entrepreneur is Building Her Business One Party at a Time

      Came across this fascinating piece from AnnaLea Sloan and it really piqued our interest. It’s titled AnnaLea Sloan: Young Jewelry Business Entrepreneur.

      It shares some really fascinating perspectives on business as a young entrepreneur. Here’s one of them:

      It is important to me to keep the jewelry parties relaxed and personal. I’m not fond of businesses where it feels like people are interested more in making money than in what they are selling.

      If you want more insights from AnnaLea, give the full article a quick read at the website linked below…

       

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    14. Beginner's Guide to Shipping Via Sea Freight

      Beginner's Guide to Shipping Via Sea Freight

      Came across this fascinating piece from BCR Australia and it really piqued our interest. It’s titled How to Import Sea Freight to Australia Like a Pro.

      It shares some intriguing points. Here’s one of them:

      The documentation generally consists of the commercial invoice, the packing list, quarantine packing declaration and the Bill of Lading. Depending on Customs / Quarantine regulations for the particular commodity you would like to ship, e. g. used machinery, additional documents may be required. Your international freight forwarder will be able to advise you on that.

      If you want more information, give the full article ...

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    15. Financial Freedom Through Automated Savings

      Financial Freedom Through Automated Savings

      Setting aside money from your salary isn't an easy thing to do. It's especially difficult if you have to decide each month how much you can and want to save. Luckily, there's an easy solution for that.

      Came across this fascinating piece from The Balance and thought that it would help us in our journey to financial freedom. It’s titled How to Create an Automatic Saving Plan. It could help you automate your savings so you don't even have to think about it. 

      It raises some interesting points. Here’s one of them:

      Making deposits ...

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    16. Tips That'll Help You Be More Comfortable Painting Portraits

      Tips That'll Help You Be More Comfortable Painting Portraits

      Portrait paintings can problematic for some artists that are just starting out. Some even develop a fear of it.

      If you're one of them, check out this article from Empty Easel. It's called How to Paint Portraits from Photos.

      In it, Brandi Bowman shares fascinating tips. Here’s one that’s particularly thought-provoking:

      I have found that the following five colors are all you need for most skin tones: french ultramarine, titanium white, alizarin crimson, yellow ochre, and burnt umber.

      I also like to use linseed oil to increase the flow of the paint. Pour a small amount ...

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    17. What the PWDA Has to Say About Climate Change

      What the PWDA Has to Say About Climate Change

      Here's an interesting article from blog pages of People With Disability Australia. It's called Why We Are Supporting Action On Climate Change.

      It shares some interesting observations from the PWDA. Here’s one that’s particularly thought-provoking:

      Governments need to reach out and listen to people with disabilities, who are among those who feel, or will feel, more acutely the adverse effects of environmental change, and will be important leaders in fighting it.

      Have a look at the complete article for more of the organization's observations.

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    18. Getting Rid of Writer's Block

      Getting Rid of Writer's Block

      Writer's block is more common than you would think. Here's an article that might help you with that.

      It's called Being Good with Okay: Breaking the Block.

      In it, Justin Cox shares some interesting perspectives on how he beat his own writer's block. Here’s one that’s particularly thought-provoking:

      Chances are I won’t write the most amazing piece of English literature in several years. In fact, most of what I write probably won’t capture anyone’s eyes but my own. And that’s okay. Putting words on the page is the first step ...

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    19. How Allowing Pets on Public Transport Could Ease Sydney's Traffic Problems

      How Allowing Pets on Public Transport Could Ease Sydney's Traffic Problems

      Here's a compelling article from The Guardian. It's called Could Allowing Dogs on Trains Help Ease Sydney's Car Crisis?

      In it, Alex McKinnon explores the possibility of finally allowing pets on public transport in Sydney. Here’s an idea that we found absolutely thought-provoking:

      Surveying more than 1,250 Sydney dog owners, researchers Jennifer Kent and Corinne Mulley found 2.4m dog-related car trips were made in the city every week, exacerbating overcrowded traffic conditions and low rates of public transport use.

      Have a look at the complete article for more of the author’s observations.

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    20. The Difficult Conundrum That Intrapreneurs Have to Face

      The Difficult Conundrum That Intrapreneurs Have to Face

      Stumbled upon this noteworthy Medium article from Joshua Kubicki and thought that we would share it. It's called The Intrapreneur's Dilemma.

      It offers us some fascinating perspectives on intrapreneurship. This one was particularly thought-provoking:

      After the tremendous success of our new business model inside the company and the industry, our corporate leadership began to embrace the value we were bringing and so wanted to extend control over our team and activities. This could have been a powerful amplifier to our efforts but due to the nature of most corporate environments, including this one, it was instead a stifling ...

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    21. How Zinc Helps Balance Your Hormones

      How Zinc Helps Balance Your Hormones

      Here's a compelling article from the blog pages of Hormones Balance. It's called Using The Mighty Zinc to Balance Your Hormones.

      In it, Magdalena Wszelaki shares some interesting ideas. Here’s one that’s particularly thought-provoking:

      For anyone trying to restore balance to their hormones, zinc is a nutrient that should be taken into careful consideration. You may even want to have your zinc levels tested with your doctor. Remember, if you find you are deficient for zinc, it could be due to the many factors that interfere with absorption. Consider this before you pile on zinc supplements ...

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    22. How Guest Blogging Helps in Thought-Leadership Marketing

      How Guest Blogging Helps in Thought-Leadership Marketing

      Stumbled upon this noteworthy piece from the Opt-In Monster and thought that we would share it. It's by the journalist Sharon Hurley Hall. It's titled the Ultimate Guide to an Effective Guest Blogging Strategy in 2019.

      It offers us some really fascinating ideas. This one was particularly thought-provoking:

      Don’t be fooled by all these guest post pitch templates you see online; for most site owners cold pitches won’t work unless the content is stellar.

      In fact, many site owners are so tired of irrelevant pitches and poor quality content that they’ll only take guest content ...

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    23. Why Women Earn Less

      Why Women Earn Less

      Stumbled upon this noteworthy book feature from The Guardian and thought that we would share it. In it, Rachel Cook reviews Equal: A Story of Women, Men and Money by Carrie Gracie.

      It shares with us some important ideas in the book. Rachel points out: 

      Men are not necessarily going to acknowledge how hard we work themselves, or not in any concrete way, for all that our productivity may be exceedingly useful (“you ask so little”). Some of them, in fact, may be quite determined not to acknowledge it, or even to notice it at all.

      Give the full article ...

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    24. When Should I Sell My Investment Property?

      When Should I Sell My Investment Property?

      Stumbled upon this interesting 2015 article from Propertylogy and thought that we'd share it here. It's called Is There a Right Time To Sell an Investment Property?

      It's got some really interesting ideas that we thought were still relevant. Here’s one that’s particularly thought-provoking:

      The best way to see whether the demand of your investment property is going downhill is by analysing available market data. Declining prices is the obvious indicator that tells you that a market is going down. But take note that prices are just quotes. Home owners can ask for whatever price ...

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