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Hi Allegra,Isn't that the truth! And why is it we so easily take in the neiatgve and have such a hard time with the positive things about ourselves. It's like, you can get a hundred emails saying you're great, and one that says you suck and which one will we dwell on!?!Terrific ideas on how to get to know what your strengths are and how to project those qualities at a much higher level than what we might generally do. Excellent advice and wonderfully motivating.
10/28/2012 at 03:26 AM
Hi Walter,Thanks for your comment! I seupsct if you asked a couple close friends or family members they would tell you that you have other skills that they admire as well. But working at your writing and grammar every day will definitely lead to improvements that you can be proud of. Good luck and let me know if there's anything I can do to help. Do you listen to podcasts on iTunes? There's a great podcast called, The Grammar Girl's Quick-and-Dirty Guide to Grammar (or something like that) that makes grammar fun. You might check that out. Be well, Allegra
10/26/2012 at 07:03 PM
Old Malcolm R.I.P. My name is Malcolm Mclaren- I have brouhht you many thngis in my time-sex clothes -whips-chains-the whole bloody lot- but the most succesful of all was a invention of mine they called punk rock- Courtesy the Great Rock and Roll Swindle
08/15/2012 at 12:55 AM
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