There's no denying that books are treasures for students. Books are where we can explore the world, learn life hacks and meet the greats in our history.
You might be a math student, a literature nerd, or just someone who loves to read. The point is you probably found yourself asking the million-dollar question: Where can I get free books on the internet?
I mean, not all of us have the luxury to buy a book. It's a known reality that a lot of students are broke. Luckily, some sites cater to broke but bookish people like us. So, here they are.
When you want to achieve some project milestones, you definitely have some contraints to work with, and when you are working with a team you often hold meetings to brainstorm about these ideas, however I am pretty sure many of us do the mistake of putting the constraints in front of them right at the beginning of the first discussion. This might turn out to be ineffective since most people get biased by constraints.
It makes more sense to convey them the idea without constraints, let them prepare some document about their thought process and then introduce the constraints in the next meeting.
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