Think, Then Write: Writing Preparation
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Think, Then Write: Writing Preparation

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    Vinay K.
    IN
    Vinay K.

    Plagiarism is currently high in many young researchers and writers, most of them are copy cats from one source/multiple source to other souce.

    Sam G.
    PG
    Sam G.

    very good introduction

    Sam G.
    PG
    Sam G.

    Essential guide for writing preparations to achieve desired outcomes.

    Sunday O.
    NG
    Sunday O.

    thinking is about focus and determination and give yourself to it

    Sunday O.
    NG
    Sunday O.

    thinking come first than writing

    Awais M.
    PK
    Awais M.

    every think is good if i can download pdf which is do not avaliable yet

    Ssenyonga I.
    KE
    Ssenyonga I.

    we need to learn and do what is right

    David K.
    UG
    David K.

    a great deal of people tend to be egocentrics and quiet often we confirm our biases just beacause we want to prove how true

    Miriam S.
    BR
    Miriam S.

    Introduction to business writing addressed a point that I really appreciated, using concrete words and not abstract ones. it is an important point because I always seach for phrases that better express the situation, and not what really is , being a wrong practice for writing, and, from now on, I will try to write objectively providing events, facts and acts which describe actually the current situation.

    Abdul Kareem M.
    SA
    Abdul Kareem M.

    Many valuable points were shared within this lesson.Some of the main points I gained from this exercise is writing is a skill that needs to be polished and refined into a finished product that isn't produce from the first draft..Stereotypes of having to close yourself up in a place are just that stereotypes What works for one doesn't work for all.Don't be apprehensive about jumping into writing.Take baby steps until you can make full strides in writing.Unclog your mind for writing and approach writing at the times that suit you best..Some people are more productive in the morning while others are more productive at night.Only you know when you are most productive. A lot of pertinent information shared in this lesson that will be very beneficial.

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