Tag: reading


Bishop T.D. Jakes On His New Book ‘Soar’, Entrepreneurship & Guiding The Millennials

A personal growth tool comprised of reflections, journaling exercises, and other interactive applications that expand on SOAR! drawing from its core themes and principles.In this interactive study guide, New York Times bestselling author and beloved pastor Bishop T.D. Jakes helps aspiring entrepreneurs to transform their latent dreams into reality. Here are the practical, step by Read More

What Are Some Hallmarks of a Truly Educated Person?

What Are Some Hallmarks of a Truly Educated Person?

You can easily tell if someone is educated or not. Here are some of the hallmarks in my book. Educated people will listen more and talk less. When you ask them for an advice, they will ask lots of questions first to really understand the situation. Educated people care less about the materialistic things (cars, Read More

ASMR: Relax With These Scary Stories (VIDEO)

Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response (ASMR) is a euphoric experience characterized by a static-like or tingling sensation on the skin that typically begins on the scalp and moves down the back of the neck and upper spine, precipitating relaxation.   Read More

“The American Colonies” by Alan Taylor

Alan Taylor’s “The American Colonies” Chapter Summaries 1. Taylor makes a big issue over environmentalism—why? The environment plays a big part in the analysis of European and North American colonies and their interaction and inevitable confrontation, due to the fact that, back then, the environment dictated the lives of its inhabitants. Today’s society, with the Read More

Annoying Bad Grammar You Might Be Using

Are you ever confused by “in person” or “in-person”? Many of us become confused, but these rules can help you decide. Alive and in person, personally, and in a personal appearance. When using the English language, do you ever have problems deciding whether in person or in-person is correct? Many of us do so, but Read More