Scribd Subscription Giveaway Winner

We are happy to announce that the Scribd Subscription Giveaway is now over. We had 42 contestants and only one lucky winner We have contacted them on this email address and after they confirm that the email address is real, we will give them their award. In case they don’t relpy to this email within 7 days, we will pick another winner. The draw has been by KingSummo App. Thank you for participating and follow

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Someone strong and not so smart

My mother is a huge plant lover. If there is a foot of a floor which nobody uses to walk on, she’s going to put a plant pot on it. Each spring these plants are being taken out so they could enjoy the sun. Some of these pots are heavy which makes my mother say: “I need someone strong but not so smart.” That “someone” is either me or my father. I know that she

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Peter in Bosnia

Being a storyteller, I really appreciate when someone can tell a story in a good manner. Peter is one of the few vloggers I follow, purely because of his humor, filmmaking and storytelling skills. This time, Peter went to Bosnia. This is his season finale of the Worst Reviewed Restaurants in the Eastern Europe. P.S. Don’t forget to apply for a Scribd subscription giveaway. We are running out of time.

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Why do Stories Matter?

When I was a child, two friends of mine and I used to spend time at Rechej’s farm. You’ve probably never heard about Rechej’s farm, or, in case you have, you don’t know the same things about it which we knew. For most, Rechej’s farm, was just a common abandoned estate which held an old house built in German style and six decrepit barns. We, the children, called these barns pigsty, and we spent most

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Print On Demand – The Future of Book Printing

There is a belief that the technological development is going to push a traditional book from use. These assumptions are legitimate; we no longer use stone tablets to write down our stories, nor papyrus, nor is anyone employed to write down a book using ink and a goose feather. Therefore, there is a high probability that future generations will only read ebooks, but we probably won’t live through the day when printed books will become

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Print On Demand – The Future of Book Printing

There is a belief that the technological development is going to push a traditional book from use. These assumptions are legitimate; we no longer use stone tablets to write down our stories, nor papyrus, nor is anyone employed to write down a book using ink and a goose feather. Therefore, there is a high probability that future generations will only read ebooks, but we probably won’t live through the day when printed books will become

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The War of Art – Steven Pressfield

It’s that thing when you sit down and wonder: “Why bother?  Day to day I’m engaged in the same things, the same emotions, nothing new and important is happening in my life. I’m worthless dog!” Some are engaged in these activities more and some less. Some feel good about themselves, and there is nothing wrong with it. But, those who ask these kinds of questions a lot have a huge need to express their feelings

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The War of Art – Steven Pressfield

It’s that thing when you sit down and wonder: “Why bother?  Day to day I’m engaged in the same things, the same emotions, nothing new and important is happening in my life. I’m worthless dog!” Some are engaged in these activities more and some less. Some feel good about themselves, and there is nothing wrong with it. But, those who ask these kinds of questions a lot have a huge need to express their feelings

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Being Your Own Boss

When you’re being an independent creator, you’re your own boss. It means that you’re the boss but you’re are also the employee. Most often, you are a very bad boss who is expecting too much from the employee who terrorizes her to work overtime, who doesn’t pay her enough and doesn’t have anything nice to say about her. On the other hand, you are very bad employee who is procrastinating, hates her boss, always late,

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Being Your Own Boss

When you’re being an independent creator, you’re your own boss. It means that you’re the boss but you’re are also the employee. Most often, you are a very bad boss who is expecting too much from the employee who terrorizes her to work overtime, who doesn’t pay her enough and doesn’t have anything nice to say about her. On the other hand, you are very bad employee who is procrastinating, hates her boss, always late,

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