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The Purpose of Life � an Essay to Remember

by Ben Holt on January 3, 2020

Research papers, essays, and writing projects are expected requirements in school. Normally, teachers and college instructors would oblige their secondary and college students to write various essays for a range of topics.

Level Up Your Writing on Time Management Essays

by Ben Holt on November 5, 2019

Is the topic for your upcoming essay about time management? This is one of the topics that people would find boring. Many students would start thinking, "Can I have others write my research paper for me?"


The translation and localization process has a huge potential for something to go wrong. From poor grammar or syntax mistakes, there are many companies which have gone wrong with their localization strategy. On top of that, it is not only the money invested in the localization strategy which will be lost but also the brand’s reputation.

Best Places to Find Winning Ideas for Writers

by Ben Holt on September 25, 2018

A friend once told me Isaac Newton must have been very idle sitting under the apple tree for the apples to fall on his head, and then too idle to continue sitting there only for him to discover the law of gravity. Is it insane to sit and wait for an incredible idea to fall out of the sky and land on your head? I believe it is.

A Birthday, A Secret, and A Favor

by Ben Holt on June 25, 2012

Today is my birthday. I’m 30 and, while I don’t feel old (because I’m not) or any of that kind of garbage, 30 is a landmark year for a lot of people in our culture. Really, 30 is meaningless. No more significant than 29 or 31, but we have this love affair with round and

21 Days Of The Unstoppable Goal Achievement Blueprint

June 6, 2012

How many goals do we set and never achieve? Why do we fall short so often? We set goals to give us a future that is better than our present. A goal represents our aspiration to change in some way: finances, health, influence, adventure, family. Regardless of the area that the goal is in, or

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A Vital 1/10th of a Second: The Screw It Moment

June 1, 2012

I’m still working to polish up the series I’m writing on laziness, but I wanted to get this idea out to you. Read on… No, I didn’t get her number. Big fail? Maybe not. Being comfortable with discomfort is one of the key attributes of successful people. To get comfortable taking difficult actions, all we

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How This One Tiny Habit Cost Me $297,664

May 26, 2012

Five years ago, I was making around $40,000 per year. That’s not much for some, but it was more than enough for a young and minimalist single guy. After devouring a copy of Tim Ferriss’s book The 4-Hour Workweek, I put together plans to build my own lifestyle business. I planned within the first year

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