Chris Revengton

Articles by Chris Revengton

“Speaking up” Vs. “Writing down”

“Speaking up” Vs. “Writing down”

The more knowledge you accumulate, the more insights you amass — the better and more well-rounded person you become. Well, at least brain-wise. In order to get better not only on paper, and I mean literally — on paper — you have to grow yourself to completeness to express yourself through all types of communication. We all know what the main ways humans interact with each other are: writing, speaking and body language. Today, I want to specifically focus on speaking your opinion…

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Failure as a Chance to Attain Customer Loyalty

Failure as a Chance to Attain Customer Loyalty

Failure at some point is something that is inevitable in life, and it is how an individual reacts that determines his or her growth and development from the experience. In the modern working environment comprised of a multicultural taskforce, it is paramount that the leadership is competent in addressing the failure of the employees. Implementing the necessary steps of conflict resolution while adhering to informal leadership roles can yield loyalty from both the customers and subordinates. Hence, the article addresses…

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Customer Experience as an Underestimated Engine in Online Business.

Customer Experience as an Underestimated Engine in Online Business.

 The official version about online business being the most promising of all businesses is still true. However, not all of the online entrepreneurs put in perspective some vital business facets, leaving them untouched and risking to run their venture with a lob-sided vision. Likelihood is that online money-generating enterprises can find what works for them and stick to it – either it’s an email marketing or paid advertising campaign in Social Media – and there will never be a red…

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Gaining Fulfillment Through Helping Others

Gaining Fulfillment Through Helping Others

Over the course of my professional career, which has lasted for about three years as an entrepreneur now, I have sometimes been struck by a deep psychological effect of nonfulfillment, or in other words, not feeling necessary motivation and self-esteem. However, lately this daunting feeling has been spilling over into my personal life, too, and hurt most to the extent of not even having the will to do something I enjoy.

The Heian Period and Japanese Civilization

The Heian Period and Japanese Civilization

Japanese early literature carries much history about the Heian period that is known as a period of the redefinition of culture, literature, and art. During this time, the highest political authority in the land belonged to the imperial court with its capital in the modern Kyoto. Kyoto was previously referred to as Heian-kyo, which means ‘the capital of peace and tranquility.’ Native aesthetics developed quite widely in this period as changes such as disdain for foreign attributes and love for…

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GRADUATION SPEECH IDEAS

GRADUATION SPEECH IDEAS

A graduation speech is a speech after successful completion of a student’s term as a scholar from a particular institution, high school, college or university. A graduation speech is prepared to commemorate past experiences of the student while he or she was undertaking his or her studies at the institution. Graduating is a very important step to every scholar and the day of graduation is an emotion filled day for all graduates so it is important for each and every…

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Find Your Voice: Writing Honestly

Find Your Voice: Writing Honestly

One of the biggest challenges in writing is developing your voice, or the manner in which your writing speaks to your audience. Academic writing, professional writing, and personal writing, such as blogging, all require different voices, or tones, due to the context in which you are writing. One way in which your tone will change is the level of formality. Academic and professional writing are necessarily more formal than blogging or commenting on someone’s Facebook page. If you write using…

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College Life

College Life

People often describe their time in college as “the best time in my life”, and sometimes they really remember it. Friends, parties, and football games ARE a lot of fun, I am not trying to dispute that, but people tend to remember only the good times, and to forget the bad experiences. College is filled with stress, hard work, and can be intimidating, especially to the lonely freshman who has to figure everything out.

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