Acronymics

The Art of forming effective Acronyms
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Acronyms are, as defined in Merriam Webster Dictionary:
ac-ro-nym ("a-kre-'nim\n: a word (as radar) formed from the initial letter or letters of each of the successive parts or major parts of a compound term 
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What qualifications are there for a perfect acronym?
1. Actual word  (ie. FEAR)
2. must not be wordy but clear (Finding Everything A Roadblock; however..Facing Extra Attitude Regularly would not qualify)
3. can use other letters, but must by in small case  (ie. GOAL - Gain Ongoing Achievement in Life)
4. Should be meaningful, and in a full sentence (notice the above samples)
5. Defines the word effectively.
  

  
At Motivate Your World,  we enjoy teaching others how to effectively develop dynamic acronyms that will bring true transformation into thousands of lives.


     
Submit your acronyms to Amazing Acronyms, and if approved, you could receive $25 and recognition in the second edition of "Motivate Your World"
  

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