Everyday we are bombarded by negative news. We have videos projecting doom and gloom for 2017 and the years to come. Yet, we know that nowadays our world has much opportunity. Example, huge technological break-throws, innovations, incentives, discoveries and dissemination of knowledge provide a lot of opportunities in education and skill development, thriving businesses, entrepreneurship to name a few.
Your task is to write an article between 1000 to 1500 words in English, 12 point font singles spaced on why you think "THE FUTURE IS BRIGHTER THAN WE MAY IMAGINE".
Start by stating your title - Example: The coming of the Android phones ensures a brighter future OR Innovations in healthcare to improve health. Decide on your title.
You can write about anything but endeavor to stay positive and focus on the topic, explaining how your chosen title ensures a brighter future. Consider writing your enriched opinion as a story to make it interesting - Tell a story why the future is brighter.
Your article must be original write-up, not having been published elsewhere, nor told by another entity. Provide any resources or references (if any) you consulted, at the end of your article.
**Upon submitting your article, you agree to waive ownership and surrender copy write to the sponsor. You agree to me having the full rights to consider publishing your story in any format, example eBook and its content.
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Hi, I am interested in writing this report for you on this interesting topic and definitely feel that we are indeed moving towards a brighter future despite upheavals. Thanks, regards, vinita.
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