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Tips How to Write a White Paper Successfully

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Tips How to Write a White Paper Successfully It is good to understand the meaning of a white paper before you get to writing. A white paper is a document used to provide a solution to a certain problem. The first form of white papers came as official government documents. Later, they were adopted in […]

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Business English for Success

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Business writing books The first stage of writing your book is understanding the why behind it. Why do you want to write your book? What is the objective? What does success look like? In other words, once the book is written what do you want it to do? Decide which apply to you before you […]

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5 Steps to Create a Personalized Daily Routine

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5 Steps to Create a Personalized Daily Routine Elizabeth Larkin is a professional organizer with a strong interest in productivity, time management, and process refinement. She used her organizational skills and effectiveness to pen articles with helpful information on cleaning, organizing living spaces, and decluttering. Setting up an organized work routine takes a little time […]

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How to Run a More Effective Meeting

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How to Run a More Effective Meeting We’ve all been stuck in a bad meeting. You arrive on time only to have the meeting start 10 minutes late. The agenda? Unclear. The person in charge? Also. Some people start to offer ideas, others shoot them down. Nothing is really decided and the meeting wraps up, […]

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How to Decline a Job Offer

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Why decline a job offer? You might decline a job offer for various reasons, including an unfavourable salary, benefits or company culture. If you have been applying for multiple positions, you may also have gotten an offer from another organization. If you feel like a position isn’t the right fit for you, it’s appropriate to […]

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14 Instant Ways to Calm Yourself Down

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How to calm down Everyday life can be rife with stressful moments: a delayed commute, a setback at work, the pressure of upcoming bills, parental duties feeling too much, or a fight with a loved one. Different circumstances on different days can leave anyone feeling wrung out for different reasons. And all this is piled […]

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Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) Finance

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The amendment to the Late Payments Directive (requiring public authorities to make payments within 30 days, which serves as a security guarantee for SMEs) and the Directive on e-invoicing (giving e-invoices equal status to paper ones) are particularly helpful to small businesses. Furthermore, the modernisation of EU public procurement policy means that SMEs now experience […]