BNI Networking - A Visitor's Guide [NOOK Book]

Overview

BNI International is an organsation that helps businesses find the customers they want. This guide is intended for visitors to take away with them, to help them decide if it is right for both them, and their business.
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BNI Networking - A Visitor's Guide

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Overview

BNI International is an organsation that helps businesses find the customers they want. This guide is intended for visitors to take away with them, to help them decide if it is right for both them, and their business.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781447627883
  • Publisher: Lulu.com
  • Publication date: 7/10/2011
  • Sold by: LULU PRESS
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 537 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 14, 2014

    Theo~Review

    Pretty good, except for the spelling errors. Next time, try to pay close attention to spelling as well as detail, as you are already doing. As a friendly suggestion, I suggest varying your 'she says'. What about whispered? Or leered? Or yelled? It is very descriptive and intruiging, otherwise.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 12, 2014

    Starry ✧ Night

    I think you should use spell check. Don't apologize for spelling errors, fix them! This is how you do spellcheck: scroll allll the way back up to the beginning of your story. Carefully read over it and correct any grammar or spell mistakes. Now, I noticed you had a lot of run-on sentences. Those are were you put more than one subject in a sentence. You should ONLY have one subject unless the sentence has two important things, such as 'The apples and oranges were tasty.'. I don't know if you know how to diagram sentences, but if you try to diagram more than one subject, good luck with the impossible! Once again, if you need help for ideas or have a question, you can contact me at 'fijun'. I will check for posts daily. Have a great day! --Starry Night

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 12, 2014

    Awesome

    Great NOT

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 12, 2014

    Thumbs up

    Totally awesome writing! Great work! Keep going!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 12, 2014

    Epicness

    Nicely done! There was the occasional error, but this is prettt good! Keep it up! ~Epicness

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 12, 2014

    Chapter One

    I bury my hea unde my pillow as Emma shes my shoulder. <br> "Sammy! Wake up!" She giggles. I pretend to snore and then I hear her walk towards the door. I smile and open my eyes but then she begins flickering the lights on and off. My least favorite wake-up call. I squint my eyes and watch her for a moment until I jump out of be and run at her, my bare feet cold against the wood floor. She squeals and dashes into the hall and is joined by Jason. they sque and laugh as I hase them down the stairs. The I grb them both and swing them onto the couch and tickle their bellies until the pleade and beg or me to stop while laughing. <br> "Good morning you guys," I smile and watche them skip into the kitchen. I head back upstairs to my room and turn on my phone. I have two messages. One from Lucas and one from Autumn, my best friend. Lucas as sent me his norm good morning post. 'Good morning beautiful. I can't wait to see you.' He as sent me this every morning since we have been going out one and a half years ago. I smile and look at Rachel's post. 'Need a ride?' I look at the clock. Plenty of time. I tell Rachel that she can pick me up in 20 minutes and reply my usual message to Lucas. 'Good morning handsome. See you soon.' <br> I walk downstairs wearing jeans and a gray hoodie that says 'Westland Panthers' on it. I smile at my sibligs and grab a bowl d fill it with Cheerios and take toast from the toaster. I sit down across from the twins as my dad wallks in for a coffee wearing a robe. He disapears into the family room to watch TV and I look at Emma and Jason. <br> "Whats new at school?" I ask them. <br> "Susan got the flu and Robby learned how to color inside the lines." Emma says. They are her classmates. <br> "Mrs. Bryson is gone on vacation in Tampa Bay." Jason adds. <br> "Oh yah! That too." Emma smiles. They both have the same teacher. <br> "Interesting." I reply and finish my breakfast. "Well, I should get going." I kiss their foreheads and rub there hair. Jason whines that his hair is messed up an I jut laugh. <br> After brushing my teeth and saying goodbye to my mom and da, I go to the driveway jut as Rachel pulls in. I te my spot at shot gun and wave to Ally and Carly, my other friends in the back seats. <br> "How's basketball? Did the UConn coach an your coach talk yet?" Rachel asks. "Even though you're already in." She smiles. <br> "They will on Friday." I say. Today is Wednesday. <br> "are you excited for the conference championships tomorrow, Sam?" Carly excitingly says. She is also in the team with me. <br> "Of course!" <br> Ally gives us all Frappes and we arrive at school, finding a parking spot right by the entrance. <p> You know it. 3 positives and I continue. Sorry about spelling errors. -Audrey

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