Monthly Archives: March 2016

How to Greatly Expand Your Guitar Teaching Business by Avoiding Common Guitar Teacher Mistakes

Do you struggle to attract and keep many guitar students who would remain highly loyal to you for many years? Do you have a hard time consistently creating highly advanced guitar students who are happy with their musical skills? Are … Continue reading

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9 Tips For Choosing The Right Medical Transcription (mt) Partner For Your Practice

Medical practices big or small are dependent on timely and accurate medical transcription and need to be absolutely certain that their vocal dictations will be transcribed into accurate well-presented documents. Quality of the transcription or report is vital because it … Continue reading

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Ayurvedic Weight Loss Supplements To Reduce Excess Body Fat

Being overweight is like a curse as it raises several health problems. It is generally seen that some people eat a lot but do not gain weight while some gain weight even on eating less. Losing weight is a difficult … Continue reading

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How Photo Editing Industries Can Aid Web Merchants

Images say a lot of things about objects we can’t touch or feel directly. Photos have various values to a person and a business. While a ordinary man conserve the images of his family members and best friends so that … Continue reading

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5 Reasons You Should Teach Abroad at an International School Instead of a TEFL Language School

Teachers who are looking to move their teaching career overseas have two options, teach at an international school or teach at a private language school. I’ve done both and I think that teaching at an international school is the best … Continue reading

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Seven Easy Steps For Parents or Teachers to Help Teach Children, Ages Three To Six

My name is Scott Waring and I am an American teacher in Taiwan with a BA in Elementary Education and a MS in Counseling Education. I have learned a lot about teaching, but it was not until I met my … Continue reading

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