5 Massively Overrated Careers to Avoid

5 Massively Overrated Careers to Avoid Raise your hands if you wanted to become a doctor after watching the hit TV series “Grey’s Anatomy” or “House”. While the actual medical profession is nowhere near as glamorous or entertaining as the TV show, people think that being a doctor is all about that white coat, intriguing cases and on-call duties with live action. What they don’t know is the amount of studying, examinations, grueling work and insomniac years of residency that is behind the signature white coat and the stethoscope. And for what it’s worth, life as a physician is not as rewarding either. Unfortunately, being a doctor is one of the many careers that you will label “overrated” once you know the details. Here are a few career paths that are hugely overhyped, and unless you really connect with them on an intimate level, you’d be wise to drop the>>>

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Ideas to Celebrate Father’s Day

Ideas to Celebrate Father’s Day Is Father’s day around the corner or has it already passed? Regardless of when you read this blog, the ideas to celebrate what a great father your dad is should not be restricted to one day. You can celebrate the significant role your father has played in your upbringing by surprising him with an activity he loves to do. We have here for you several activities you can do with your father on Father’s day or any day of the year. Ideas to Celebrate Father’s Day: 1.     Take Your Dad Fishing Does your dad love to fish? If your dad is an outdoorsy type of guy, take him to the lake to fish. It will a great way to bond with your dad, as both son and father or daughter and father take the time out of their schedule to talk and fish. 2.     Take Your>>>

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Are you a good writer? You can earn online writing for these websites

Are you a good writer? You can earn online writing for these websites Do you believe you are a decent writer? Do you find yourself scribbling on your notebooks as soon as an idea strikes you out of the blue? Do you write just for the sheer joy you get when you write? If your work is appreciated, it’s time for you to put your skills to work and start earning a handsome amount of money online by writing for websites. After all, it is content that makes the internet, and people are more than willing to pay for quality content, as long as you know where to look that is. In recent years, there has been a significant increase in web based promotions, including blogs, articles and press releases. Hence there are thousands of opportunities for you to start your career as a freelancer and easily make money according>>>

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An Unexpected Christmas…..The Christmas Story….. Good News of Great Joy

An Unexpected Christmas…..The Christmas Story….. Good News of Great Joy  Originally Published on Dec 13, 2012 The story of Christmas told by the kids of St Paul’s Church, Auckland, New Zealand, including footage from our films “The Christmas Story” and “Good News of Great Joy”. The script is based on the book “An Unexpected Christmas” by our friend Simone Graham, whose kids are also in the film. The music is an original score by Nathan King (humstudios.co.nz) and has not been published separately. The closing song is a re-arrangement of the title track from St Paul’s album ‘God w/ Us’ (https://itunes.apple.com/nz/album/god…).   Originally Uploaded on Dec 12, 2010 The story of Christmas as told by the children of St Paul’s Church, Auckland, New Zealand. Anyone is welcome to show this film or others publicly, but not change it in any way, publish/broadcast it, nor make money out of it. Except>>>

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Heart Plunge to India

          GSAM Heart Plunge 2015 from VimeoBest by RGB Blog on Vimeo. Our team of 16 left from Door of Hope Christian Church on Friday 25th September 2015 to travel to Good Shepherd Agricultural Mission for about 16 days of volunteering work. Most of us became apprentice Electricians! But great fun and enjoyment was had by all!   Further information on GSAM and our latest trip to India Heart Plunge to India Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/422607304601233/ Our previous trip to GSAM https://richardbejah.com/indian-nepal-awakening/ GSAM Website http://indianorphanage.com/   Tags: GSAM, Mission, The Good Shepherd Agricultural Mission, Shepherd, Agricultural, Heart Plunge to India, Good Shepherd Agricultural Mission

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5 Ways To Build Your Creative Confidence

5 WAYS TO BUILD YOUR CREATIVE CONFIDENCE There is a difference between being creative and being clever. A clever student can grasp things easily and apply them. They are seen whenever results are out for the top in their class. Creative students may not be atop in their classes but can do things in extra ordinary way. They always find a new simpler way of doing things. Then there are students who do not know where they belong. They may not be clever but in a way creative yet cannot believe in themselves that they are. They always assume that their work is not good enough to be accepted as creativity. Whereas they can produce something big, they need that reassurance from their hearts to compel them to do and present their projects. If you fall under this category, the following points might help you build yours! isolate the problem>>>

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5 Types Of Food To Avoid When Pregnant

5 TYPES OF FOOD TO AVOID WHEN PREGNANT Pregnancy news is usually good news to any couple. It means blessings and more company. It gives a sense of responsibility and completeness. Not so good to the mother though. The habit of eating for two is a no, no, no.  For it means everything going through that mouth must be well scrutinized to determine if it will be good for the baby too. Not all foods can pose danger to your unborn baby but there are some that are worth every needed careful selection such as: Raw meat If you have a taste for raw steak, then you will have to hold back your craving. Uncooked or not properly cooked meat carry bacteria E.coli and Salmonella which both pose danger to you and the baby. Ensure that any raw meat or poultry is properly cooked to kill these bacteria. Soft pieces>>>

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What Life Lessons Can You Learn from Harry Potter?

What Life Lessons Can You Learn from Harry Potter? When you step into the world of Harry Potter, your imagination takes over and you find yourself as a student in Hogwarts, the magical we all wanted to go to when we were young. In fact, like most diehard Harry Potter fans, you probably waiting anxiously for the letter from Hogwarts, only disappointing yourself when it didn’t. All we know is the people who grew up reading Harry Potter took away with them priceless entwined in the plot. Some of the lessons that Harry and his friends taught us were: 1.     Don’t Live in the Past, Live in the Present Don’t live in the past, live in the present, as the past is unchangeable, but the future is yet to be made. Harry Potter, the boy wonder, could have lived the rest of his life under the cupboard of the his>>>

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What is the Google’s New Mobile Friendly Algorithm?

What is the Google’s New Mobile Friendly Algorithm? On April 21st, Google launched an algorithm update which changed the way businesses looked at search engine rankings. In recent times, Google had been making minor tweaks to its ranking criteria by prioritizing highly valuable content and ignoring everything else. Due to the effectiveness of SEO strategies, businesses were only optimizing their content to make it SEO friendly. This made the content’s quality suffer, which wasn’t good for the customers. As we know, Google has always used a user-centric approach than anything else, and that is why it introduced this new mobile-friendly algorithm. Let’s take a look at what this new update includes:- What is the Google’s New Mobile Friendly Algorithm? A Futuristic Approach We are well aware that mobile technology has taken over the world (almost completely). Everyone makes use of their smartphones and tablets to surf the internet. The reason for this>>>

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10 Fundamentals about Customer Service You Didn’t Learn in School

10 Fundamentals about Customer Service You Didn’t Learn in School Customer service is fundamental to the success of any business oriented organization because it is the only thing that can keep your customers coming. Companies should invest heavily in their customer services for efficient service delivery to customers by satisfying them. Most thriving companies today have learnt this secret and have made enough budgets to invest in their customer service by adequate trainings. One of the reasons why companies fold up is their inability to sustain the interest of their customers in this world of competition. The following are the fundamental principles guiding customer service which can only be learnt from experience. Customers will prefer to patronise a company where their needs are attended to promptly and not where their precious time will be wasted. People should be around and available to attend to customers. A good listening ability without>>>

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