When it’s time for you to enter into any corporate or say any professional field, your experiences do count! And it counts a lot!
If someone refers you to the words that I’m just going to mention don’t get offended …it’s just that you need to gain some more experience in your field! So that none could refer you back to such names.

Screen Shot 2017-05-25 at 2.00.07 PMMeaning:  (of a person or action) innocent and unsuspecting.

Ingenuous is a complimentary term, though its synonyms naive, gullible, and credulous are faintly derogatory.

To call people ingenuous implies that they are frank, open, artless- in other words, not likely to try to put anything over on you, nor apt to hide feelings or thoughts that more sophisticated persons would consider it wise, tactful, or expedient to conceal Ingenuous should not be confused with ingenious – note the slight difference in spelling-which on the contrary means shrewd, clever, inventive.

He accordingly raised the question of its apostolic origin; and by reviving old difficulties, with ingenious arguments of his own, he carried his point.

The ingenuous child offered her apple to the hungry stranger.
The intent behind the gift was ingenuous.


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Screen Shot 2017-05-25 at 1.20.55 PMMeaning:  having or showing too great a readiness to believe things.

(listeners–those who fully believe what they hear a credible story-one that can be believed)

Credulous comes from Latin credo, to believe, the same root found in credit (if people believe in your honesty, they will extend

credit to you; they will credit what you say). -Ous is an adjective suffix that usually signifies full of. So, strictly, credulous means full of believingness.

Historical truth need not be taken into consideration in the matter; and if, notwithstanding James Gairdner’s essay appended to his Life and Reign of Richard III., there are still credulous persons left to think and assert that Perkin was not an impostor, they will derive little satisfaction from Ford’s play, which with really surprising skill avoids the slightest indication as to the poet’s own belief on the subject

The con man was able to easily sell his wonder products to credulous buyers.

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Screen Shot 2017-05-25 at 2.00.50 PMMeaning: a person new to and inexperienced in a job or situation

It is known that at this early period of his life, while he was yet a novice, he wrote voluminous treatises on the great philosopher, which he afterwards, however, gave to the flames.

He was accepted as a novice at the age of sixteen, and sent to pursue his studies at the College Louis le Grand in Paris.








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Chapter I:

Let’s Play Dirty


Chapter II:

Let’s Learn about God


Chapter III:

From Uncultured to Cultured People


Chapter IV:

Experiences do Matter


Chapter V:

Lets Learn About Family


Chapter VI:

What If you Want to Kill Someone


Chapter VII:

Lets Learn About Clever and Cheats


Chapter VIII:

Future Prediction and Foretelling


Chapter IX:

Top Class People- Achievers


Chapter X:

What Do You Fear


Chapter XI:

What Money Does


Chapter XII:

Angels In Disguise


Chapter XIII:

The Official Guide for Condemn


Chapter XIV:

No Human Being is Same


Chapter XV:

Degree of Flattering


Chapter XVI:

Class of Secrecy


Chapter XVII:

Lets Learn Foolish People


Chapter XVIII:

Whatsapp Words


Chapter XIX:

Are You A Braveheart?


Chapter XX:

Bon Appetite


Chapter XXI:



Chapter XXII:

Learn About Bad Tempered People


Chapter XXIII:

The Maniac Episode


Chapter XXIV:

People Are the Craziest Animals!

Chapter XXV:

Magic Of Sounds!

Chapter XXVI:

When Boredom Induces Sleep!

Chapter XXVII:

Smart People

Chapter XXVIII:


Chapter XXIX:

Praising People

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