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Become the Hero of Your Writing Life

Become the Hero of Your Writing Life

Article by Umar Tariq









The villains in my story are not vampires or psycho-killers, but they can suck the life out of me and kill my spirit just the same.One is a grade eleven geography teacher, one’s a high school crush from the old neighbourhood, one’s a smarmy guy in a fancy boardroom, and the other one is a pitiless workshop leader.These are the villains of my writing life.

They creep into my bedroom at night and whisper to me that I’m not smart enough, not interesting enough, not talented enough, not good enough. They barge into my psyche and start trashing the place. They rip apart my ideas and ridicule my novel. They toss my self worth around the room and stomp all over my dreams of ever being published. They leave me shivering in the corner amidst the shredded remains of my novel.Then I wake up and realize none of this is real.

We all have our demons. We’ve all heard crappy people say crappy things to us at one time or another in our lives. We hang onto that crap for way too long, letting it croon its repetitive song at centre stage in our brains, while we relegate any praise, awards or accomplishments to back-up singer status. But if we really want to keep on writing, we have to become the heroes in our own story. We have to stand up to those villains, be vigilant, stay awake to what matters and not let nightmares shape our writing life. To truly come to a place where we see ourselves as good enough, we must defend, fight, envision, love and do our writing. We must let our writer lead the charge.Defend

Defending your right to write is one way to fend of the bad guys. When they show up, exercise your right to not let them in. Gently close the door and keep writing. Even if the writing isn’t perfect, flowing or great. Occasionally they’ll hammer at the door, but put your head down and stay focused on the work. Slowly, they’ll lose interest and leave you alone. Ignore them long enough and they’ll go away for good.Fight

There comes a time in every heroes story when you have to kick some ass. Sometimes those villains are sneaky buggers and manage to get past the door, invading your psyche and acting like they own the place. Well they don’t. You own you. Take them out! Call each one out, look them straight in the teeth and let them know who’s boss once and for all. Standing up to this old baggage, those long-held hurts or those deep wounds can be the catalyst that finally exposes their weaknesses and sends them packing. Once you see them for what they truly are — false, ridiculous, timeworn, useless or petty – they tend to disappear in a hurry.Envision

Focus on your writing dreams, not your nightmares. See them, believe them and live them. Sure they’re not real at the moment, but neither are your nightmares. Both can fuel you in good or bad ways. Choose to fuel your writing life with dreams of joy, abundance, family, fortune, fame, connection, adoration, fans, blessings, readings, best sellers, Ellen appearances, a house on the ocean … whatever works for you. Your villains will hate this vision and crawl back to wherever they came from. Let them.Love

Take your writer out once in a while and romance them. Treat them like they’re special because … they are. Let them know you love them. Make them a nice cup of tea, arrange a cozy corner for them to write in, take them for a long walk to ponder a chapter, take them out to a lovely café to write, give them a good book to curl up with and be sure to let them get lots of rest, good food and exercise. Taking care of your writing hero will ensure they are strong enough to defend you when your villains try to bust in.Do

Write. Write when the villains knock. Write even when they bust in the door. Write about them. Write about your dreams, your love of writing and your inner hero. Write. Write. Write and live happily ever after.



About the Author

Umar Tariq, having a good experience in Multimedia presentation and have a business as Web Designing










Become the Hero of Your Writing Life

Become the Hero of Your Writing Life

Article by Umar Tariq









The villains in my story are not vampires or psycho-killers, but they can suck the life out of me and kill my spirit just the same.One is a grade eleven geography teacher, one’s a high school crush from the old neighbourhood, one’s a smarmy guy in a fancy boardroom, and the other one is a pitiless workshop leader.These are the villains of my writing life.

They creep into my bedroom at night and whisper to me that I’m not smart enough, not interesting enough, not talented enough, not good enough. They barge into my psyche and start trashing the place. They rip apart my ideas and ridicule my novel. They toss my self worth around the room and stomp all over my dreams of ever being published. They leave me shivering in the corner amidst the shredded remains of my novel.Then I wake up and realize none of this is real.

We all have our demons. We’ve all heard crappy people say crappy things to us at one time or another in our lives. We hang onto that crap for way too long, letting it croon its repetitive song at centre stage in our brains, while we relegate any praise, awards or accomplishments to back-up singer status. But if we really want to keep on writing, we have to become the heroes in our own story. We have to stand up to those villains, be vigilant, stay awake to what matters and not let nightmares shape our writing life. To truly come to a place where we see ourselves as good enough, we must defend, fight, envision, love and do our writing. We must let our writer lead the charge.Defend

Defending your right to write is one way to fend of the bad guys. When they show up, exercise your right to not let them in. Gently close the door and keep writing. Even if the writing isn’t perfect, flowing or great. Occasionally they’ll hammer at the door, but put your head down and stay focused on the work. Slowly, they’ll lose interest and leave you alone. Ignore them long enough and they’ll go away for good.Fight

There comes a time in every heroes story when you have to kick some ass. Sometimes those villains are sneaky buggers and manage to get past the door, invading your psyche and acting like they own the place. Well they don’t. You own you. Take them out! Call each one out, look them straight in the teeth and let them know who’s boss once and for all. Standing up to this old baggage, those long-held hurts or those deep wounds can be the catalyst that finally exposes their weaknesses and sends them packing. Once you see them for what they truly are — false, ridiculous, timeworn, useless or petty – they tend to disappear in a hurry.Envision

Focus on your writing dreams, not your nightmares. See them, believe them and live them. Sure they’re not real at the moment, but neither are your nightmares. Both can fuel you in good or bad ways. Choose to fuel your writing life with dreams of joy, abundance, family, fortune, fame, connection, adoration, fans, blessings, readings, best sellers, Ellen appearances, a house on the ocean … whatever works for you. Your villains will hate this vision and crawl back to wherever they came from. Let them.Love

Take your writer out once in a while and romance them. Treat them like they’re special because … they are. Let them know you love them. Make them a nice cup of tea, arrange a cozy corner for them to write in, take them for a long walk to ponder a chapter, take them out to a lovely café to write, give them a good book to curl up with and be sure to let them get lots of rest, good food and exercise. Taking care of your writing hero will ensure they are strong enough to defend you when your villains try to bust in.Do

Write. Write when the villains knock. Write even when they bust in the door. Write about them. Write about your dreams, your love of writing and your inner hero. Write. Write. Write and live happily ever after.




About the Author

Umar Tariq, having a good experience in Multimedia presentation and have a business as Web Designing










Purchase Used Hero Honda Bikes from classifieds

Purchase Used Hero Honda Bikes from classifieds

Article by Meena Shah









People want get a brand-new second-hand bike at much lower price than a brand-new bike at much higher price. There is a whole market for second-hand bikes for customers. Honda-bikes are in general preferred bikes amongst all. People are able to get these bikes easily because Hera Honda has been a popular brand always. People like to go for such bikes as it gives good mileage and bikers have full confidence in it.

One can buy bikes from classified ads also. These ads are very popular amongst internet users. People are able to get classified ads site easily. They look for some lucrative deals.

Specific customers: The best thing about classifieds is that advertisers get response from specific customers only. Those people who are in need of second-hand bikes are reaching this site to purchase the right Hero Honda bike for them. Hero Honda bikes are always available as they sell most.

Good deal: Classified ads are able to provide the right deal to the customers and the advertisers. The advertiser gets the right price and the customer gets a right deal through right in second hand bikes. There is no third party intervention so neither buyer nor seller has to pay anything extra to the third party.

Location is specified: Classified ads are available as per the location. Mumbai classifieds have a different section for used bikes than Delhi-classifieds. Since the locations are specified, then advertisers advertise their product in that section only and get the right visitor or future customer for their product. The customers are also relaxed because they get a used-bike from their province only.

Budget: Classified ads are listed as per the budget. A particular range is provided to enlist the used-bike ad in that section as per the demand. One can sell bike from this section and customers can buy bike by specifying the budget to the ad-site.

Used bikes are sold every day through classified-ad site; as there are many advertisers who are available on the net and same goes for customers only. These ad-sites offer the ad-space for free or at very low cost making it easier for customers to approach them for right deal.



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Welcome the Dating Coach – the New Super Hero of 21st Century Online Dating

Welcome the Dating Coach – the New Super Hero of 21st Century Online Dating

The Online Dating Industry is exploding with millions of new members joining every single day. It is estimated that within the next five years, almost 50% of all single adults will use Online Dating Services to meet other singles!

As more and more people use online dating services and dating agencies to help them find their Soulmates, a new specialty service has emerged in the form of an Online Dating Coach. While the online dating sites compile your personal information so they can do the matchmaking, a Dating Coach works directly with the clients to help them establish and develop the relationships which start within the agency. A Dating Coach has the responsibility of helping clients effectively market themselves on the dating site. Essentially, an Online Dating Coach provides personal coaching services to clients so they can put their best foot forward in making contact with the other dating site members.

An Online Dating Coach is a dating specialist who, after interviewing and working with a client and using special coaching assessment tools, will help the client put his or her thoughts, feelings, and values on paper (so to speak) and in doing so create the client’s Online Dating Profile which will be seen by the other members.

In addition to this, an Online Dating Coach will help his clients see how their thoughts and feelings are affecting their dating matches, and will offer guidance and feedback to enhance the client’s likelihood of success. In many cases, a Dating Coach’s clients have been away from the single marketplace for a good number of years. Therefore a bit of rehabilitation is helpful for some clients as a way to familiarize them with 21st century dating practices. A lot has changed in the world of dating in the past ten or twenty years – indeed, even in the past five years have dating rituals evolved!

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A Dating Coach usually works by phone, and typically, weekly or twice-a-week telephone coaching sessions are scheduled at the convenience of the client, sometimes after work and occasionally on the weekends. At the beginning of the coaching process, a Dating Coach will do an initial assessment to get the larger picture of what’s occurred in the client’s personal life. During that assessment, the client’s personal values are mined through a series of open-ended questions. This interview sets the stage for the effective coaching sessions that follow.

Ongoing coaching sessions with a Dating Coach may be as simple as meeting by phone for an hour to discuss the men or women you’ve dated over the past week, or they may become as intricate as having your Dating Coach listen carefully while you practice flirting with strangers, or role playing to get ready for “the big night out.”

Perhaps the most important aspect of selecting a Dating Coach is investigating their professional academic credentials. You’ll want to make sure that your Dating Coach has been professionally trained of course. A Dating Coach who has a background in Psychology or Social Work (if not both) can be very helpful in drawing out the qualities of a client’s personality that he or she may not even be aware of themselves. The Dating Coach can then help the client express themselves so their dates have the benefit of their true feelings and personality. As a simplistic but illustrative example, shyness in a person is often mistaken for conceit. The person who seems unfriendly is often just bashful, but this quality may lead to a misunderstanding – especially on a first date. A properly trained Dating Coach can resolve this type of issue by helping the client compensate for his or her shyness and even make it work in their favor.

As with any form of counseling, when you seek the assistance of a Dating Coach, be objective but also look within so you choose someone who sincerely wants to help you. The more your Dating Coach is willing to work with you as his client, the more committed he is to providing the service he’s promised. At the very least, the service of a Dating Coach will help you learn more about yourself and make you more comfortable with the personality you express to the world. Since a large part of dating is your wish to feel good about yourself through the companionship of another, just feeling better about yourself overall will make your life richer for having had the experience of being coached. And feeling better about yourself can easily lead you to the relationship you’ve been dreaming about – and the reason you joined that dating service in the first place!

Jay Reiss is an Online Dating Coach who has worked with more than two thousand clients worldwide! He’ll help you design your Online Dating Profile and show you how to succeed with Online Dating! He offers a free telephone coaching session (a 0.00 value – free!) and has Free Online Dating Advice on his website http://www.online-dating-coach.com