Sunday, November 25, 2012

"Complete Without Kids"

It is tough being childless in a baby-centric world. A person can be made to feel incomplete and unfulfilled when they don't have children. "Complete Without Kids" by psychologist Ellie Walker touches on the challenges childless people like herself  face through interviews.  She explains how she arrived at her own decision to be child-free by choice and why others choose to have no children.  Her book does not just cover child-free by choice but those childless for other reasons. I thought this was an exellent book because she covred all aspects. So many of these kinds of books are only radical feminist rants or full of self-pity. Wlaker presents a nice balance although it seemed like she was apologizing for her choice. No one should have to aopoligize for thier choices in the 21st century.  In conclusion, "Complete Without Kids"  is a worthwhile read for those with or without kids. For those with kids, they can gain an understanding on why some people may not have or want children. For the childless, it is a good resource full of advice and support.Many misconcpetions will be cleared.I higihly recommend this book.

Saturday, November 10, 2012

How to Become a Medical Transcriptionist

Start up Your Own Medical Transcription at Home Business
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Are you considering of beginning up your own job from home? Bored of office politics and your boss? If you like to type and can type swift and precisely, you will be able to make an effective living typing from home by becoming a medical transcriptionist. Arranging a medical transcription commercial enterprise at home has numerous rewards, it comes with flexible operating hours, low operating expense and start up prices and, once you get a mesh of physicians coordinated, a service that will stay coveted permanently.
But as you will be able to guess, arranging a business is never effortless. It calls for difficult work and purpose. The Start up Your Own Medical Transcription at Home Business ebook will help you to accomplish your dream. It furnishes lots of necessary information on how to get moving.
First, you will be able to show up on medical transcription classes available that you could take to speed up your business success. You will be able to discover how to cut down your typing time and make more income and how much you should/could charge for your work. Another positive point I believe is that the writer tells you how to compose sales letters to doctors and hospitals to find work. You get familiar with the HIPAA Act and Patient Privacy Act and why they are significant to your business.
This book is, in my view, a must-have for anyone desiring to get moving in medical transcription at home. The writer has a wealth of experience in medical transcription, knows the ‘ins and outs’ and ‘do’s and don’ts’ and shares them with her readers. If you are considering of a home career in medical transcription, this ebook is by all odds for you.