How to Write a Thesis – The Basics

Thinking of doing a PhD? Does the idea of being an expert in a niche topic appeal to you? Know what you’re getting into before you get started. It’s far more involved of an endeavour than you can imagine. Here at JTCina.com we have helped a number of academics to edit their academic work, from journal articles to thesis submissions. Here’s some basic info but remember you can be an expert even without the PhD. *** The internet is packed with a huge amount of articles that explain the method how to write a thesis. The solid fact is that

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Achieving love

I teach people how to achieve their goals using the power of words. I am so proud and honoured when one of you succeed. I believe pursuing all goals that matter to you is always a worthy endeavour. But have you ever pursued a goal to discover it was out of reach?  I repeat regularly to my clients and friends that, failure belongs only to those that give up. So is it ever appropriate to give up? My heart and experience tell me you should never accept defeat. But I owe you a responsible caveat. Sometimes your goals will depend

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50 Questions Guaranteed To Improve Your Life

As you probably know I’m a tad obsessed with questions. I have even written two posts, 7 Killer Life Coach Questions and 20 Awesome Self Development Questions in the last year or two just to ram home my point. As a Life Coach, questions are at the core of what I do and if I can’t ask questions that will shift a clients thinking then I’m not doing my job properly. Simply put, the quality of the questions you ask yourself will dictate the quality of your life. Recently as I was driving to Yoga I was passed by a woman doing about 60mph

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Reading and Self-Growth

American writer Clarence Day said, “The world of books is the most remarkable creation of man.  Nothing else that he builds ever lasts.  Monuments fall; nations perish; civilizations grow old and die out; and, after an era of darkness, new races build others.  But in the world of books are volumes that have seen this

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Guilty of Noise

  I’m just as guilty as you are. We fill up our lives with so many things: materials, activities, you name it, we’re drowning in it. We have jobs, and hobbies, and volunteer work, and family. We strive to be awesome at all of it. And, to be honest, I think we can be awesome at a number of things. I make a point of ignoring illusions that tell me that my potential is limited. I want to be (and absolutely can be) a great marketer, writer, speaker, trainer, strategist, business woman… sometimes I succeed and sometimes I fail. But

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Announcement – Near and dear to my heart!

I want to announce Marcella Cross’s book of poetry is for sale here: http://www.amazon.com/Endured-Spiritual-Journey-1-ebook/dp/B005EIKYJK/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1312380449&sr=1-1 I am so proud of her. As you may know, Marcella has Multiple Sclerosis and her poetry is an honest reflection of her journey. Please buy the book and share the link to purchase with your friends. Amazon.com: Endured, A Spiritual Journey (Volume 1) eBook: Marcella…amazon.com  

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Emotional Intelligence Is Stronger Than IQ

Intelligence is a mental image of someone who is excellent in analytical reasoning, planning, and problem solving. He can comprehend basic and complex ideas.  Emotional Intelligence is another type of Intelligence that was found as an important factor in attaining success in life. It allows an individual to successfully set priorities. It is more focused on how a person understands, recognizes, and chooses his values. It shows how good a person is in understanding others, and how good he is in making decisions. It is how good a person can apply what he learned to be happy, how a person

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A Good Look at Habits

by Sorilbran Buckner Habits, for good or for bad, absolutely shape our daily lives. I think it was Stephen Covey who said that “our character is basically a composite of our habits.” They dictate our patterns, every moment of every day and eventually become our character.  Habits leave an indelible impression on our personal and professional relationships, so we have just cause to assess our habits and see how they are affecting us. I’m a firm believer that we are not what we do.  That is to say, good people sometimes do bad things and bad people are often found

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Mind Your Manners

by Sorilbran Buckner I’ll bet you can think of a hundred lessons from childhood that have remained an important part of your daily life both at home and in business.  Perhaps one of the most valuable lessons that most of us learned growing up was the importance of “please” and “thank you.” In the rush to meet deadlines, brainstorm ideas, generate leads, and be productive, it’s pretty easy to forget to just be polite.  Very often when we have employees or subordinates, we think of their efforts as obligatory duties pulled from the pages of a job description and are

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Unlimiting Potential

by Sorilbran Buckner Check the science section of your favourite online magazine or print periodical and a few times a year, you’ll likely run across stories of newly discovered technologies and previously undiscovered sea creatures and various creeping things.  The thought that the earth has been in existence for billions of years in a perpetual state of evolution indicates that as inhabitants, we too are continually evolving. Our personal and professional lives are no different.  Few professionals will claim to know all there is to know about their industry so there’s always room for growth.  Many coaches will tell you

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