BUT WAIT! THERE’S MORE PLAGIARISM in “Package Your Brilliance Factor.”

Apparently yes, there IS more plagiarism in Amanda’s books. The reason we here at CWC continue to share these articles from weedingoutwells is for three reasons:

1. We want Amanda Wells to truly repent of her theft and lies.
2. We want the victims of Amanda Wells’ plagiarism to know that they’ve been stolen from.
3. We want both the victims and the world to know that we as Christians do NOT endorse Amanda Wells’ unrepentant behavior.

Open Letter to Amanda Wells

Weedingoutwells writes,

ARTICLE 5 In this section you will first see three pictures from Amanda Well’s book, followed by Amanda Wells’ “writing” highlighted in RED. Beneath her writing is a screenshot from where the actual writing came from, followed by the original author’s writing also highlighted in RED. This is to help the reader see how much of the original source Amanda Wells stole to create her book.

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Amanda Wells writes:

My Reasons for why you should Travel

It’s invigorating – If you are open to it, travel will simply make you a better-rounded human being. Which is really the goal, isn’t it?

It will create lasting relationships – People you meet while on the road usually become some of the most valued ones in your address book, giving you points on the map to visit later on. It gives you the opportunity to meet some amazing people on the road, and gives you a momentary glimpse outside your usual circle of friends, forcing you into a new and refreshing perspective on things. It will develop skills you didn’t know you had

You could learn a language – There’s something satisfying about being able to throw around a few words of Italian, knowing how to say hello and thanks in Indonesian, or simply hearing a language you didn’t know existed just a few weeks before.

You’ll learn geography – For you to travel effectively, it’s vital to know how long it takes to get from place to place on the world map. Your around-the-world trip will do nothing if not teach you basic world geography.

Gives you adventure – No one looks back fondly on a trip to the dry-cleaner. But after walking a glacier in Norway, getting on a speed boat over the blue lagoon in Malta, or flying high on the London eye, boarding a gondola in Venice, and running out of petrol in Uganda and having to walk, or taking the Maid of the Midst of Niagara Falls, and think you will die right then and there, you get a feel for what being an active human being is really like. The need for adventure is hardwired; travel lets you tap into it.

Gives you perspective – Meeting people from exotic cultures will teach you that the way you look at the world is not always right. That you could be wrong about some things. Seeing it for yourself brings a healthy dose of reality to our thinking.

As a transition – If you happen to be between jobs, schools, kids, or relationships, a round-the-world trip can be a perfect way to separate these life stages, give you insight into your next phase and provide closure on the last one. Plus there’ll be a nice time stamp on that moment in your life.

For education – Seeing the world provides an endless source of information absolutely impossible to get in school, teaching you things like economy, politics, history, geography and sociology. While not an accredited institution, the school of travel is currently taking applications.

To do something new – It sucks to be stuck in a rut. Everyone knows what that’s like. Travel can be the perfect solution.

Dreams come true – If you want to do it now you’ve probably always wanted to. You imagined it, daydreamed about it, envisioned it. Now is the time to do it.

The cool stories – Don’t fancy yourself a storyteller? You’ll be the life of any party with the stories you come home with. Even if they seemed trivial when they happened, nostalgia will create a epic spin around getting your laundry done.

You will eat food like you never have – Enough said about this. You will be constantly surprised at the flavors exploding in your mouth and the amount you can fit in your mouth!

To prove to yourself you can – If you’re the kind of person to dream big, you’re probably also the kind to reach for new challenges. Finishing a trip gives you the satisfaction that you were able to accomplish what you set out to do, and to give you energy to set up the next challenge too.

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AirTreks writes,

It’s invigorating – If you are open to it, travel will simply make you a more well-rounded human being. Which is really the goal, isn’t it?

It will create lasting relationships – People you meet while on the road usually become some of the most valued ones in your address book, giving you points on the map to visit later on. And people met on the road give you a momentary glimpse outside your hometown circle of friends, forcing you into a new and refreshing perspective on things. It will develop skills you didn’t know you had.

You could learn a language – There’s something satisfying about being able to throw around a few words of Greek, knowing how to say hello and thanks in Thai, pulling out that long dormant Spanish to book a room in Santiago, or simply hearing a language you didn’t know existed just a few weeks before.

You’ll learn geography – In order to travel effectively it’s vital to know how long it takes to get from place to place on the world map. Your aroundtheworld trip will do nothing if not teach you basic world geography.

Gives you adventure – No one looks back fondly on a trip to the dry-cleaner. But after ziplining over the jungle canopy in Peru, successfully navigating the alleys of Brussels, the speedboat ride in New Zealand, or Jeeping out with the grazing animals in Tanzania you get a feel for what being an active human being is like (again). The need for adventure is hardwired; travel lets you tap into it.

And perspective – Meeting folks from exotic cultures will teach you that the way you look at the world (perhaps through the lens of mass media) is not the way everybody does it. That you could in fact be dead wrong about it. Seeing it for yourself brings a healthy dose of reality to your so-called higher thinking.

As a transition – If you happen to be between jobs, schools, kids, or relationships, a roundtheworld trip can be a perfect way to separate these life stages, give you insight into your next phase and provide closure on the last one. Plus there’ll be a nice time stamp on that moment in your life.

For education Seeing the world provides an endless source of information about how the other 99.99% live, teaching you things about economy, politics, history, geography and sociology. While not an accredited institution, the school of travel is currently taking applications.

The challenge – Getting your daily Starbucks not nearly interesting enough for you? How about finding an address in downtown Tokyo. Bet you can’t.

To do something new It sucks to be stuck in a rut. Everyone knows what that’s like. Travel can be the perfect solution. And what’s not new about being in Bolivia?

Dreams come true – If you want to do it now you’ve probably always wanted to. You imagined it, daydreamed about it, envisioned it. Guess what? Now’s the time to do it.

The cool stories – Don’t fancy yourself a storyteller? You’ll be the life of any party with the stories you come home with. Even if they seemed trivial when they happened, nostalgia will create a epic spin around getting your laundry done.

You will eat food like you never have – Enough said about this. You will be constantly surprised at the flavors exploding in your mouth.

To prove to yourself you can – If you’re the kind of person to dream big, and simply by reading this website you’ve proven that you are, you’re probably also the kind to reach for new challenges. Finishing a trip gives you the satisfaction that you were able to accomplish what you set out to do. And to give you energy to set up the next challenge too.

Reference: Weedingoutwells, The Gardener, https://news.airtreks.com/2009/10/why-travel-around-the-world/, Last modified 21/01/2017 (Accessed 21/01/2017)

Reference: Weedingoutwells, The Gardener, https://weedingoutwells.com/2017/01/21/but-wait-theres-more-plagiarism-in-package-your-brilliance-factor/, Last modified 21/01/2017 (Accessed 21/01/2017)

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