Success

The word success has a lot of different meanings. A successful person could be a rich person, as a poor, very poor person. The richness is often used as a meter of the success of a person, but is not always true. There are a lot of successful people, that are not rich, and generally,…

Advertisement Will Improve Our Lives

Different people will give different answers to this question from their own characters, emotional concerns and even educational backgrounds. However, according to my personality and experiences, I cling to an unshakable belief that advertisements may improve our lives by informing us about new products. I list several reasons as follows to better illustrate my points…

Writer

The ad for the book “How to Write a Screenplay for a Movie” claims that writers who are pursuing a successful career should attempt to write film screenplays instead of books. This is based on the fact that on average films generates greater profit than books and that recent trends show movie producers tend to…

restaurant industry

In this argument, the author reaches the conclusion that the surge of the restaurant industry in the country of Spiessa can be expected to continue in the coming years. Rising personal incomes, additional leisure time, an increase in single-person households, and greater interest in gourmet food are cited as the main reasons for this optimistic…

Effective Leadership

In every society or cultural setting there is a leader or the head of affairs whom we normally refer to as a public official. To be an effective leader you have to maintain good values and characteristics personally and among your followers and this includes maintaining the highest ethical and moral standards.These values involve being…

t-478

The argument is seriously flawed because it makes dubious assumptions and offers unreliable evidence. It claims that the deluxe air filter has emerged since six months before and successfully generate sales by depriving the economy one of its customers, leading to the decrease in corporate profits. Thus, the memorandum simplistically goes on to conclude that…