Make Europe an educational and fun trip

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ce00363 said,
July 11, 2010 at 11:58 pm

This is an experience you will remember forever. I went to Europe last summer and I enjoyed it immensely. I went their for vacation, but came back alot more educated than I had planned. I saw many different types of cultures all in one city, Rome. That city was crawling with different types of people, languages, and cultures. I did not even have to try to learn. Being their was enough for me. I was overwelmed sometimes with the things I was viewing, but it was all well worth it. So with that said, take in as much as possible and do not be afraid to ask questions. One more thing dont drink too much (its easy to do). Enjoy yourself


Dont FLUFF!!!

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July 11, 2010 at 11:53 pm

Once again I am left happy with one of your post. I especially love your first problem and solution. Noone likes fluff. It is useless information and information that can be left out of writing. You can make your main points and good information without using “fluff.” This makes it harder to read actually and makes writers seem not as educated. Also, writers that do insert words that are useless are not viewed as good writers. Doing this makes it seem as if you are just getting by by the minimum. Great post once again. Enjoy Paris!!

Stay focused

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July 11, 2010 at 11:48 pm
I really liked what you had to say about focus. This is true with any type of letter, blog, or post. I can not stand reading things that bounce around and are not on topic. In otherwords, I can’t stand reading unfocused material. Do not write just to write. Write to enlighten and present ideas that others could learn from. This is accomplished by focused writing. Even today in college, alot of the text we have to read is not focused writing and it makes it hard to learn. I love not only this part of your post, but the entire entry as well.

Something new everyday

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This was great to see. I had a graduate from G.S.U. come speak to our class about what she does everyday as a PR professional. Everyday was different. Yes, she did the normal everyday busy work, but there was something more challenging everyday that she said, “kept me loving my job.” The opportunity for boredom just does not seem like it is there in this profession. This was great to see because it was confirmation on what the lady had to say. I am a huge fan of new and exciting tasks to try and tackle. With that said I am excited to finish my college career and embark on my professional one.

Differences, where learning really happens.

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Your comment is awaiting moderation. July 11, 2010 at 7:35 PM
I could not have said it better myself. This is an example of what you said about presenting new ideas. You hit the nail on the head when you said “blogs allow us to see the differences that exist.” I did not think about that until I read yours. I have always thought that blogs brought people together with a common interest when actually they allow people to view what other people really think. I appreciate people’s opinions and especially different ones than my own. It is from difference of opinion that learning takes place at the highest level. Difference of opinions allow for mind stimulation and learning. This was a mind changer for me, and I appreciate that. What a great post.


Twitter. Not just a friend finder.

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on July 11, 2010 at 7:28 pm

I completely agree with this. I did not have twitter before, but I always thought that it was just another social site. I love how you can find information and answers from educated practitioners. It is nice to know that there is one site out there that is made to help people find answers to things. One point that I really love about twitter is that it brings people that are in common together and that leads to intellectual conversation. Yes, twitter is a social networking site but one that has many educational opportunities to be found out. This is a great post and one that I feel the same way about.

BLog comment on the greatness of storytelling

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1. ce00363  |  July 5, 2010 at 12:34 pm

Sorry that you dont like this one I thought it was very educational. Story telling can be a great way of engaging listeners into your story. This is a great way of establishing followers to listen to your ideas. Also, when persuasion is needed, a great way of doing that is being able to identify with people through stories that they can relate to. TO me this is the best way of persuading because this creates an avenue of familiarity with the person you are trying to persuade. I hope this helped and sorry if it didnt. Have a good one.

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