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You know that you need a website for your small business, but maybe you are just starting out and can’t afford to hire a web designer. You may have tried to build your own website before, just to get frustrated and quit.
I know it can be overwhelming. That’s why my goal with this course is to show you the easiest and quickest way to make a professional website for your business.
Parenting is tough and mistakes made in a moment can take years to repair.
Therefore, learning the skills of effective parenting will be one of the most worthwhile ventures you ever pursue…
“This course is designed to equip you with a deep understanding of what is really driving conflict and how to achieve positive outcomes when dealing with employees, colleagues, managers… but equally important for your health and wellbeing…..”
“Working from home is here to stay. The PD Training Managing your Time effectively whilst from home 3-hour live, online course will help you to set boundaries, ensure productivity and acheive effective time management strategies…”
- Learn a New Language -
In this course, you’ll learn the basic Japanese such as 5W1H with examples, how to say “I know, I understand, I don’t…” etc. The course is divided into 36 sessions which will come in handy when finding the topics you need to rewatch them. Each session is about a minute long, and the topic is explained nice and simple.
English classes show you how to break down sentences into wods and learn each word. How Do Kids Learn New Languages So Fast And With Perfect Accent? Without Taking Classes or Practice
It’s Not Magic! …
The logical mind is not developed in kids’ brains, so they absorb everything that they hear without filtering…
The course teaches you the fundamentals of French.
It is meant for absolute beginners with English as a native tongue (it has subtitles in English).
The course is completely taught in French to immerse yourself in the language, and believe me, this is going to help you A LOT to understand French better….
Learn Thai for everyday talk
In this online course, You will learn how to use Thai words in every day conversation. You may access my online course from anywhere where there is an internet connection. This online course is available for everyone who wants to begin learning Thai language…
- Inspirational Videos -
“Author Lidia Yuknavitch shares her own wayward journey in an intimate recollection of patchwork stories about loss, shame and the slow process of self-acceptance…”
“What keeps us happy and healthy as we go through life? If you think it’s fame and money, you’re not alone – but, according to psychiatrist…”
“Most people tend to assume that it’s too late to pursue what they want to do, especially if they’ve been working in an unrelated…”
“If you’ve ever felt like you’re chasing goal after goal and never feeling truly satisfied, this is a must-watch. Sheri drops so many gems in this…”
- Trending Books -
This fantastic collection includes My First Reading Level Three + Four and Young Reading Series One.
From fabulous fables to traditional fairytales and extended nursery rhymes, this comprehensive collection includes something to capture the interest of all young readers.
The Goose That Laid the Golden Eggs, Chicken Licken, The Boy Who Cried Wolf,The Three Little Pigs and 96 more!
The world’s first-ever graphic novel created by people affected by homelessness. Comprised of their drawings, texts, visuals and poems, this book gives ownership and control over who tells the stories of their lives and in what context.
The Book of Homelessness is a stunning anthology of stories and drawings created by people affected by homelessness…
304 color pages, paperback, improved print quality and a lot more plant identification details. This unique book is written by Dr. Nicole Apelian, an herbalist with over 20 years of experience working with plants and Claude Davis, a wild west expert passionate about the lost remedies and wild edibles that kept previous generations alive.
- New in Podcasts -
Jeff Bogensberger is an MBA qualified experienced Business Executive currently the CEO and Founder of EduCellar. His career path includes teaching English in Korea, management consulting, as well as senior executive positions in both start-ups and larger organizations across the USA, Canada, and Australia.
In this episode, we discuss the events that lead up to Jeff’s creation of EduCellar, and how his personal history with fear played a role…
In our very first episode join us as we sit down with 2019/20 Brisbane Goannas rookie sensation Courtney “Cadet” Mahoney to talk about her short but illustrious hockey career that has already seen
In this episode we’re joined by Sydney Sirens Captain Stephenie Cochrane, where we talk about her journey from Canada to Australia through the University system, her multiple gold medal wins and even a …
“The final episode for season three asks, how do we find the beauty in the break and determine our preference for rest?…”
“The greatest investment advisor of the twentieth century, Benjamin Graham taught and inspired people worldwide. Graham’s…”
“Have you ever felt like you’re alone sometimes? That you’re facing life’s struggles but you’re going through so much pain alone? That no one…”