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Course-Works.com Pays for Arts Classes. Writers’ Lives and Work Enhanced Creatively

Tuesday, May 10, 2011 General News J E 4
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Course-Works.com will subsidize instruction in all the lively and fine arts for our writers. Such creative activities a known source of serenity and inspiration are hoped to enhance our productivity. Energies and insight thus unleashed will contribute to customer projects. By now the link between the pursuit of creative and intellectual endeavor is well-documented. Ambitious parents underwrite violin dance or drawing lessons expecting academic benefits. Course-Works.com is no different. At Course-Works.com we see the benefits of studying doing and practicing art in terms of relaxation and mental refreshment rather than a direct impact on writing. However as the grandmother said about chicken soup “It couldn’t hurt”. Thus writers can choose any art form or media and we will pay for their lessons. Painting voice ballet and ukulele - whatever ignites a passionate interest – writers are encouraged to study. Responses are enthusiastic. A Course-Works.com software design specialist said “I dropped the flute after college. I’m going to take it up again.” We hope that such activity will ensure that all our writers have a creative outlet to turn to in their (brief) leisure moments. Course-Works.com has offered a variety of employee benefits over the years. All are aimed at helping our writers develop professionally and personally. You can read more about these innovative management practices at http://course-works.com. About Us: Course-Works.com as an academic writing firm depends almost exclusively on the energy mental gifts and subject matter expertise of our writers and editors. Hence we do everything possible to foster and support them just as they support our customers in navigating educational obstacles. Whether it is a five paragraph essay or a 100 page dissertation or an admissions essay our writers can help.
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