At the beginning of every session I’ve ever taught writing, at least one student in the class will issue the disclaimer, “I’m a terrible writer.” That student seems to think he or she is incorrigible, hopeless, a lost cause with the written word. The poor kid was probably just the victim of too much red ink from some past English teacher.
“The Success Factor” authored by John Leach is an awe-inspiring book that reveals to you various set of qualities that Mr. Leach call as The Success Factor. According to him, “Success is really all down to your mindset, as this will control your actions and your dealings with others.” The book is written in an […]
Well, to be frank there are many myths out there about achieving success and standing out of the crowd. Yes, you read it correct. I was doing my book’s event in my school when my former English teacher came to me and said, “To write a book you need to be EXCELLENT in English.” I […]