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I have successfully generated hundreds of business materials for clients in the AI, education, technology and health & wellness space. Below are a few samples to give you an idea of my writing style. Additional ghostwritten pieces are available upon request. If you’re looking for something that’s not here, please get in touch.
You have a business and its growing. You understand the value of automation and you’re fully on board with it. Gartner considers RPA (Robotic Process Automation) the fastest growing software category, predicting that it will grow 57% in 2019 alone. Of the companies who haven’t adopted RPA yet, 84% will start implementing it fully or partially over the next three years. You, on the other hand, are already there. You’re ahead of the game. But something doesn’t quite add up. Your employees now ha
In the Don Draper days of 1960s Manhattan, the concept of a "presentation" was very different than it is today. At that time, presentations consisted of a series of hand-rendered drawings (or storyboards) that were first glued to a piece of foam core and then proudly displayed on metal easels for the audience’s viewing pleasure (or frustration, if they happened to be nearsighted).
We all know that the general advice is that technology and sleep don’t mix. Don’t watch TV right before bed, limit your use of smartphone too close to your bedtime. Blue light from screens has been proven to suppress melatonin, a hormone secreted by the pineal gland that helps regulate our biological rhythm, including sleep and wake cycles. Too much time on your phone can also lead to highly undesirable parasomnias like sleep texting. But what if the right kind of technology can actually help y
Can Tech Companies Really Un-Distract Us? Google, Apple, and Facebook all seem to think so, but here’s why we shouldn’t let ourselves off the hook just yet. This is what Tristan Harris, the founder of the non-profit Time Well Spent, wants us to understand: technology companies consciously and unconsciously exploit our minds’ weaknesses in order to get us to spend more time using their products. They achieve this “mind control” through various design decisions: controlling the menu of options we
Have you ever been told that the night before an important test you should sleep with the textbook under your pillow, so that in the morning you can have its contents memorised? Turns out there is something to it. With a few minor modifications: First, you need to make sure to actually READ the textbook before you go to bed. Second, you don’t necessarily have to keep it under your pillow at night. But the sleep part of this recommendation can stay. Sleep indeed does amazing things t
It’s more common in those who take sleep medication or have a genetic predisposition for parasomnia. But most importantly, sleep texting doesn’t happen in a bubble. “Generally, we find that people who sleep text also have had episodes of other parasomnias, such as sleep walking or sleep talking,” Ebrahim says. With that in mind, he explains, we shouldn’t look at sleep texting as a unique phenomenon. “If you didn’t have your phone beside you, it would probably manifest as another parasomnia,” he
If you have a snoring partner, you know that your chances of getting a restful sleep cuddled by their side are about as great as when cuddling by a construction worker who is drilling a hole your bedroom wall. Snoring is a major sleep disruptor, and – no matter how comfy they may look with their mouth blissfully open – it actually affects the sleep quality of the snorer as well as everyone in the vicinity.
Sleep is important for everyone. Quality sleep lets us rest and regenerate, makes us less prone to diseases and long term health issues, and generally turns us into happier and more easy going creatures. But when it comes to children, sleep is extra important for them because their bodies and brains are developing at a rapid speed. The difference between a child regularly getting quality sleep and one who is constantly under-sleeping can manifest in ability to focus the next day, test scores
Almost everyone who’s ever fallen asleep on a plane knows the uncomfortable feeling of waking up at your destination with nagging neck pain. In fact, research shows that as many as 69% of people experience neck pain after flying. Still, most of us have resigned ourselves to the uncomfortable reality that a little bit of neck pain is a fair price to pay for some much-needed sunshine in the middle of winter on a distant tropical beach. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Finding the best travel p
The war in Ukraine has shown us that nothing strengthens a sense of who we are like conflict.
While we desperately want to take control of our tech habits, tech companies big and small are fighting over who gets more of our finite time and attention. And unlike us, they have highly effective systems in place to achieve their goal.
"You want to go where?" The travel agent's eyes slowly widened as his finger traced the map north, north, north … until the map ended and his finger was on the bare wall. The northern Ontario community I wanted to visit was not even on his map. I was no less surprised than him. I was an international student from Israel doing my PhD in Linguistics at the University of Toronto with a focus on Oji-Cree. Now the plan was to continue learning in Kingfisher Lake First Nation — despite maps that e