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The Multi-Hyphen Method
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The Multi-Hyphen Method ab 4.49 € als epub eBook: The Sunday Times business bestseller. Aus dem Bereich: eBooks, Sachthemen & Ratgeber, Selbsthilfe,

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Self-Discipline: The Ultimate Guide to Develop ...
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You know what the wealthiest of people of all times have in common? Self-discipline. This blend of two seemingly unimportant terms combined by a hyphen has the power to make or break your life, career, and aspirations. It is that one trait that can help turn tables and bridge the gap between you and your goals. It’s easy to get distracted by the things around us, which leads to deviation from the right path. Even comparatively affluent people leading happy lives are bereft of this magical trait, and this is exactly what is keeping them from rising to the apex. If you can develop self-discipline, which is, after all, not an unachievable thing, provided you have the right guidance, there’s absolutely nothing that can come between you and where you want to see yourself tomorrow!So, what is it about? Talking about the “right guidance”, the audiobook can come handy as it elaborates on various aspects and critical formulas to train yourself for self-discipline. The book stretches over 11 chapters - each expands on a different element of self-discipline. It takes you on a spiritual journey, pushing you to launch retrospection and learn from your own as well as others’ experiences. Unlike those monotonous books that have no real point to make and keep swaying here and there, this book helps improve your thought process, liberates you from the shackles of distractions, and brings stability in your life. The book pushes you to get up and act against distractions around you and focus on your goals. It’s a call to action but in a way that doesn’t feel rebellious. It encourages you to shun and shed the things that keep pushing you back, negative vibes, and the albatross that has been slowing you down. This is a very effective and different audiobook. This book was written specifically to be narrated and has been designed and structured to ensure easy and unconscious learning for the listener.The book is a divine offering for bo 1. Language: English. Narrator: Sharon Plummer. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/178856/bk_acx0_178856_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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The Multi-Hyphen Method
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The Multi-Hyphen Method ab 4.49 EURO The Sunday Times business bestseller

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Trompe-l' il
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Trompe-l' il, which can also be spelled without the hyphen in English as trompe l'oeil, (French for 'trick the eye', pronounced [t p l j]) is an art technique involving extremely realistic imagery in order to create the optical illusion that the depicted objects appear in three dimensions, instead of actually being a two-dimensional painting. Although the phrase has its origin in the Baroque period, when it refers to perspectival illusionism, use of trompe-l' il dates back much further. It was (and is) often employed in murals. Instances from Greek and Roman times are known, for instance in Pompeii. A typical trompe-l' il mural might depict a window, door, or hallway, intended to suggest a larger room.

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The Accidental Apostrophe: ... and Other Misadv...
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Sunday Times bestselling author Caroline Taggart brings her usual gently humorous approach to punctuation, pointing out what really matters and what doesn't. In Roman times, blocks of text were commonly written just as blocks without even wordspacingnevermindpunctuation to help the reader to interpret them. Orators using such texts as notes for a speech would prepare carefully so that they were familiar with the content and didn't come a cropper over a confusion between, say, therapists and the rapists. As we entered the Christian era and sacred texts were widely read (by priests if not by the rest of us), it became ever more important to remove any likelihood of misinterpretation. To a potential murderer or adulterer, for example, there is a world of difference between 'If you are tempted, yield not, resisting the urge to commit a sin' and 'If you are tempted, yield, not resisting the urge to commit a sin'. And the only surface difference is the positioning of a comma. So yes, you SMS-addicts and 'let it all hang out' Sixties children, punctuation does matter. And, contrary to what people who tear their hair out over apostrophes believe, it is there to help - to clarify meaning, to convey emphasis, to indicate that you are asking a question or quoting someone else's words. It also comes in handy for telling your reader when to pause for breath. Caroline Taggart, who has made a name for herself expounding on the subjects of grammar, usage and words generally (and who for decades made her living putting in the commas in other people's work), takes her usual gently humorous approach to punctuation. She points out what matters and what doesn't; why using six exclamation marks where one will do is perfectly OK in a text but will lose you marks at school; why hang glider pilots in training really need a hyphen; and how throwing in the odd semicolon will impress your friends. Sometimes opinionated but never dogmatic, she is an ideal guide to the (perceived) minefield that is punctuation.

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The Accidental Apostrophe: ... and Other Misadv...
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Sunday Times bestselling author Caroline Taggart brings her usual gently humorous approach to punctuation, pointing out what really matters and what doesn't. In Roman times, blocks of text were commonly written just as blocks without even wordspacingnevermindpunctuation to help the reader to interpret them. Orators using such texts as notes for a speech would prepare carefully so that they were familiar with the content and didn't come a cropper over a confusion between, say, therapists and the rapists. As we entered the Christian era and sacred texts were widely read (by priests if not by the rest of us), it became ever more important to remove any likelihood of misinterpretation. To a potential murderer or adulterer, for example, there is a world of difference between 'If you are tempted, yield not, resisting the urge to commit a sin' and 'If you are tempted, yield, not resisting the urge to commit a sin'. And the only surface difference is the positioning of a comma. So yes, you SMS-addicts and 'let it all hang out' Sixties children, punctuation does matter. And, contrary to what people who tear their hair out over apostrophes believe, it is there to help - to clarify meaning, to convey emphasis, to indicate that you are asking a question or quoting someone else's words. It also comes in handy for telling your reader when to pause for breath. Caroline Taggart, who has made a name for herself expounding on the subjects of grammar, usage and words generally (and who for decades made her living putting in the commas in other people's work), takes her usual gently humorous approach to punctuation. She points out what matters and what doesn't; why using six exclamation marks where one will do is perfectly OK in a text but will lose you marks at school; why hang glider pilots in training really need a hyphen; and how throwing in the odd semicolon will impress your friends. Sometimes opinionated but never dogmatic, she is an ideal guide to the (perceived) minefield that is punctuation.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 11.08.2020
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