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Wednesday, January 28, 2015

What is the Cost of a PowerPoint Designer?

A PowerPoint presentation can often mean the difference between a winning and losing bid for an important client, or perhaps the difference between getting promoted at work, or having to give congratulations to a competing co-worker. So it goes without saying that if you're wanting to impress your boss, a client, or a prospective client, you'll want to put together a professional and elegant slideshow that showcases all you have to offer.

But there may be instances where you don't have the time or energy required to create a winning slideshow. Or, you may not be familiar with more recent versions of PowerPoint. If this is the case, you'll want to outsource your slideshow needs to a professional company that specializes in slideshow creation. Cost-wise, the majority of PowerPoint designers charge by the hour, though some may charge by project. It's important to consult with a designer ahead of time and to give them a detailed idea of the type of slideshow presentation you're looking for. This way, you both know the expectations, as well as the estimated fees. Depending on the complexity and detail of your presentation, you can expect the overall costs to be in the ballpark of a couple of hundred to a couple of thousand dollars. But again, you'll want to consult with your designer for a more specific quote.


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Monday, January 26, 2015

Another Day of Struggle

Rainy days and Mondays sometimes gets me down...

That lyric of the song just came randomly on my mind.

It's Monday, another manic Monday.

I've got so many things to do, many papers to check, many deadline to beat yet I do not have the complete energy to do it. I felt like 'exhausted' even if I wasn't able to start anything yet. 

There's one thing in my mind that somehow bothers me- Can I survive the rest of the day?

I could only hope so. 



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Friday, January 23, 2015

Beyond Learning Deficiency

I was part of the school team for Early Registration Campaign which brought us to 3 elementary schools. Our last stop was at Taguanao Elementary School. It is quite far from the city proper and it was surrounded with mountainous area. When we get there, it somehow brought my memory back in my elementary school in Bukidnon. I just love the ambiance. It was just a small vicinity and there's only one section for the sixth grader-our main target.

I met one special child student. He is already 16 years old and perhaps the oldest among the class. He write slowly. His adviser filled up the Early Registration form for him then I assisted for the second copy. What struck me most about him is that he is very patient in copying all the data on the first form. I instructed him to write CDO instead of spelling it out yet he opt to copy everything on the first form. Upon leaving, he is the only one who waved us goodbye.
Grade VI- Generous


He might be having a learning deficiency, but his patience and determination will surely brought him farther to his dreams.


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Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Checking The Furnace


The furnace in your home is a vital element for making sure there is heat for your family. If you think that there might be something wrong with the unit, you can contact a company like Cranberry Township furnace services. Someone can come to your home to examine the furnace to see what might be wrong, or you can try to troubleshoot the unit on your own before calling. 

Ask how Greenspeed Technology can save you money on heating!

After you turn up the temperature to make your furnace come on, listen to make sure the unit is working. If you don't hear the unit come on, then you know that there might be an issue. Examine the filter to make sure it's not dirty as this can hinder the proper function of the furnace. Most companies will change the filter when your unit is serviced so that you don't have to remember. If the furnace doesn't come on after about 30 minutes, then try turning the entire unit off and back on after about 10 minutes. Make sure the batteries are working in the thermostat, then reset the unit. Look at the vents to make sure there is proper airflow. The fuses might be bad as well if the furnace still isn't working.



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Monday, December 15, 2014

THINK Before You Speak

Photo: We love this artwork! Thanks GratitudeHabitat.com :)

THINK.

Such a simple word yet quite hard to do especially when we are blown to the top. We rarely THINK of the words we utter when we are in the outburst of our emotion. 

Why do we need to THINK before we speak? The answer is so obvious. If we want to avoid conflict among our peers, relatives and even to our very own self, we need to THINK, THINK, and THINK. 

Let's make it a habit.


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Saturday, December 13, 2014

What The World Needs Now...

The world nowadays is bombarded with so much chaos and confusion. The rule of order was somehow smudged with news about terrorism, tragedy, environmental issues and concern as well as human apathy. 

To be honest, the world is no longer a safe haven for all of us but we just have no other choice than to live with it. Our daily existence is full of threats. We just don't really know what may happen. Good thing we have God whom we can ask and run to for real protection. Considering that what happened around us is beyond our control, all we can do is to keep away from any threats we have known as much as possible.

And maybe, if all the people around the world know how to value peace- then, there'll be no such thing as terrorism, human trafficking, and slavery. And maybe yet, if there's one thing that we just need to be careful- it would be the wrath of our Mother Nature.

May God protect all of us from any life-threatening situations.

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