Guest Post by Janet Adams

Janet Adams is an editor for  http://www.essayguardian.com/ who was interested in posting. Below is her article:

 

 

The Talent Hunt- Thinking a Step Ahead of Design Career

Each and every person has their own unique talents that can later in their life help them to design career productively. When you plan to design your career, try to give significance to the unique talents you are blessed with for the reason that it can bring you a satisfied as well as comfy career later on. It is spot on that talents alone will not make you successful in designing your career. Always make sure that you are efficient in dealing with the tasks, develop strength of mind and will power, have determinism and specific goals that can guide you to design career more fruitfully. When you think a step ahead of design career, you must have the capability and moral fiber to take actions independently to accomplish goals. Always try to design career a step ahead with an intention to make your future life more satisfying, comfortable, and rewarding as well as to get a good paid job or to start your own business.

If you need to be successful in your professional life, you are required to think a step ahead of design career. To design career, you are required to look at some of the important factors such as:

  • Realize yourself and your Ambitions

Think and realize about what you want to be when you grow up. It is obvious that you have to decide on what you want to be even when you are a young. Seek to have an idea about your career when you are young so that you can design career accordingly. It can also help you to set goals and implement plans to achieve those goals. If you haven’t considered the idea of design career early, then you may have to settle into a job that is not satisfying your professional ambitions, or your purpose.

  • Find out your talents

Finding out your talents will be a good help for you to design your career in an effective way. Each person is blessed with talents from which they can make a flourishing career ahead. Your unique talent can be in music, sports, painting, writings, acting etc. Thus find it out early and develop these talents as far as you can so that you can take pleasure in personal and professional satisfaction later in your career.

  • Set Goals

Setting goals can aid you to have a proper direction to design career rewardingly. Setting goals one way or another will be a process of uncovering what you are meant to do in your life to attain a successful professional career. It is essential to set both academic and professional goals that can eventually direct you to think a step ahead of design career.

 

  • Prioritize Learning

There is no need of saying about the importance of prioritizing learning to the students since learning is vital for any sort of career you are looking after. Prioritizing learning will aid you to concentrate more on the topics, subjects and courses that have direct impact on your designing career. It is obvious that prioritizing learning guide you to choose a course that will assist to give you an edge over the competition when you are applying for jobs or help you become a better professional later in your life.

  • Plan Ahead

A basic strategy that you must follow in all your ventures is to plan ahead. It is spot on that the one thing which distinguishes the people who acquire better results from the rest is the manner they make use of their capability to think and plan ahead. The way you plan your academic career, professional career and other spheres can bring efficiency to design your career as well as will aid you to reach at impressive results. The people who run through their lives and their careers generally centered on impulses are expected to renounce job with the aim of ending something they hate, look after new job to make a better living etc. If you have well planed ahead about your career and it is clear that you make success.

Author Bio

Janet Adams is an excellent writer and is very talented in creativity. She is leading the creative writing team and is very proficient in proof reading and editing the works. Janet has a Masters Degree in Educational Science and knows how students think and what they need. With assistance via thesis assignments services, she helps students in building a good career together with the organization for which she works.

Why Frozen Was Terrible and Captain America 2 Wasn’t

WARNING! SPOILERS BE AHEAD FOR YE

Don’t read on if you haven’t seen these movies…

 

 

 

If any of you are super huge fans of Frozen, don’t hate me. Because I think that you will find my reasoning convincing. And I will also say that the title was somewhat misleading…

Why Frozen was Good

Here’s what was good about Frozen: The animation, (some of) the characters, and (of course) the music.

The animation is super slick, even if the Caribou has weird hybrid elk antlers…

The landscapes were flawless as far as I could tell, the character movement was graceful, and the weather changes were intense. I was captivated by the movement on the screen, and it was fairly entertaining.

The characters of Olaf and Sven carried the movie. Olaf was extremely funny, giving comic relief in a pretty one dimensional setting. Sven provided some comedy, but was much more relevant as the physical embodiment of Kristoff’s conscience.

The music was great. As always, Disney knows how to write songs for a musical. I think Frozen ranks right up there with Aladdin, The Little Mermaid, and The Lion King as far as the music goes. Pretty hard to screw that up with all of the great musicians and composers that Disney can pay.

Why Frozen was Bad

It was bad because of a weak storyline and rushed plot points. We spanned a decade or two in a few minutes, showing Elsa isolate herself? Come on. They never had dinner together? “Let it Go’ was a huge change in Elsa’s character? She went from isolating herself in one palace to isolating herself in another. She let go of the gloves people. The gloves. That’s all. And what’s up with Anna falling for some random player at a party? I liked Elsa’s reaction, but is Anna just below the average IQ line? A sloppy plot led to a few one dimensional characters and some pretty cliche storytelling. When the funny snowman and sentient caribou are the best characters in the movie, something is wrong.

Why Captain America: The Winter Soldier wasn’t bad

The writing, the visuals, and the great characters.

The writing was impeccable. The subtitle of this movie is ‘The Winter Soldier’. So you think that the whole movie is going to be about the mysterious assassin. And that would be fine if Captain America was this new hero that everyone was getting into. But he isn’t. He’s been around. The Winter Soldier has been around. So the writers of the film had to go well beyond anything us fanboys and girls could imagine. Of course there are cheesy lines and the inevitable Stan lee cameo, but we expect those in a Marvel movie. A strong plot is a good plot.

The visuals. OMG. Fight with legendary UFC fighter GSP? Check. Hellicarrier jumping? Check. Explosions? Check.

The Characters. Chris Evans continues to grow into his character and as an actor in general. ScarJo is her usual self. Sam Jackson delivers a solid Sam Jackson. Which is a bunch of talk about actors and not characters…But Cap has to deal with some heartbreaking stuff in this movie and it makes him stronger. And not so much of a boy scout. More like a libertarian juggernaut! And the supporting characters get a little more screen time and plot space. And the villains are awesome. Go see it.

To Wrap Things Up

Now I will concede some points: Frozen is a children’s movie and maybe shouldn’t be scrutinized so hard. Maybe. But I think a few other animated children’s movies put out by Disney would disagree. It is possible to get over that hump.

Cap 2 had a whole Marvel Universe behind it to help move the plot along. However, so did Thor 2 and it wasn’t that great. Let’s hope Avengers 2 is on top of them all.

 

Just some thoughts. Go see Cap and give Frozen a rental. You’ll be glad you did.

 

 

Top 5 Sci Fi inspired songs

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Today is a rare treat. Two of my passions will cross and if you continue reading this post, you will also have to listen to it. Below are my top 5 songs inspired by science fiction. A nerdy mixtape if you will. Just listen to these sweet tones.

5. Surfing With the Alien – Joe Satriani

 

Joe Satriani is one of the absolute best guitar players on the planet. He is also a huge fan of Marvel Comics and the Silver Surfer in particular. Check out what he thinks it sounds like to surf on a cosmic powered interstellar board.

4. Robot Rock – Daft Punk

 

Of course techno is made by robots. But what if these robots also…rocked..?

3. Princes of the Universe – Queen

 

Everyone loves ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’. This one is just as good and is about immortal warriors who fight for the Quickening. That rocks.

2. The Crowing – Coheed and Cambria

 

So this was a really hard choice for me. Coheed and Cambria’s entire purpose as a band is to tell a Science Fiction story they made up. They even have a comic series now. This is one of my favorite songs of theirs because it has weird lyrics about the story and some awesome guitar work and time signature changes. Enjoy.

1. Knights of Cydonia – Muse

 

Laser gun weilding kung fu cowboys. That’s all I’m gonna say.

 

Honorable Mentions:

2112 – Rush

This is quite possibly the most spacey/sci fi thing out there, but it’s really long. I’ve listened to the whole thing maybe twice. Just because it tires me.

 Intergalactic – Beastie Boyz

 

A dope beat and a giant robot doing the robot. Always fun.

Gifts and Curses – Yellowcard

 

Written exclusively for ‘Spiderman 2’ this song falls into the sci fi category. It is, however, still just a love song. Yellowcard could have released this song on an album and no one would have known the difference. Which is why it only gets an honorable mention.