I am a new hubber (just few weeks ago) and discovered this wonderful forum just today. It motivates to have constructive criticism. Please let me know your feedback.
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http://hubpages.com/hub/The-power-of-WH … reneurship
would appreciate if you could comment on that too
WHEN TO SAY "NO" TO YOUR BOSS
1) no need to caps lock the title. Yelling doesn't make Google hear you any better
2)Revise: in 1st paragraph: " it turns a havoc" not correct use of havoc, no period after madam, as you already have an ex pt;
in para 2 "especially if you are a new employee striving to put yourself abreast of the competition you face from your colleagues"-this is not what abreast means, no space in between words and slash (also in para 4,5, &6);
para 3 "the credits you earned is ultimately drowned and not recognized" Is->are;
para 6 "yours and others" need apostrophes
para 7 period or semicolon after "IT"
Content and layout is good. Maybe just to make it a little more attractive try to add some relevant pictures/videos.
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