Partly due to the rise of the internet and social media, both established and newbie writers tend to miss out on these essentials. Every now and then, we commit these writing errors or we find ourselves in the following dilemma for one reason or another. I may be preaching to the choir, but I am … Continue reading 7 Common Pitfalls for Writers
In my 16 years (and counting) of hosting events, friends, acquaintances, and even strangers have asked me questions on how I began as an events host. And they have sought my advice on how to build their own events hosting portfolio. Since I’d like to be as friendly and helpful as I can as much … Continue reading 9 Creative Ways to Beef-up Your Events Hosting Portfolio
Undoubtedly, English is a global language. It is actually already being used as a business tool for European countries, and Asian countries like the Philippines, South Korea, China, and Japan. And that is why there’s a growing number of people who’d like to learn this language for lots of different reasons. As a TESOL-certified English teacher, here’s … Continue reading 10 Surefire Ways to Enhance Your English Communication Skills
Throughout my 16 years of events hosting (and counting), I have learned a lot of invaluable lessons along the way. And I want to share them with you all, especially for followers of this blog who are in the same business, or who are contemplating to do events hosting as a sideline job, as I … Continue reading 7 Perks of An Events Host
The path from where I am today to where I could be someday is filled with challenges and pain. How I deal with pain now helps me become better prepared for the future. If you want to check out more awesome quotes like this, visit my Shareable Quotes Gallery.