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Kausar Bilal

I am a Trainer for Professional Writing. I conduct Writing workshops for Business Executives, Young Professionals, Academic Writers, College/University Students, Journalists, Advertisers, Corporate Content Writers and Nonfiction Writing Lovers. As a Corporate Writer and Social Change Agent, you may find my voice in diverse areas on this site. Your feedback and comments are most welcomed.

Unsaid Dilemma of Pakistani Men

We have a weird society, where we don’t prepare man and woman for a happy and healthy family life. It is lack of education, proper training, their interaction, social values, marriage system, research on social issues or whatever, most of our marriages end up at midlife crisis at middle age. …

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Halt! Overwhelming Midlife

“I wish I was a businessman rather than a teacher. All my life, my dreams had been haunting me but I did what I had to as being the eldest son of my parents. We were middle class and I had to finance my studies right after my high school. …

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At the End of the Tunnel

You are a passionate writer and writing is your life. It’s your catharsis, your way of giving back, your voice to educate, your business and/or whatever, you can’t stop writing. But what, when you find yourself lost in a closed street with no ideas to write in mind, no creativity, …

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Reach Out

I have been working on various kinds of assignments during my corporate writing career   and came across some interesting experiences. An interesting aspect of commercial blogging is its emotional aspect. Usually, putting all physical reasons aside, people feel motivated to buy something due to is emotional reasons as well. …

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