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Welcome to Ariyel Academy

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Welcome To Ariyel Academy, an institute of Higher Education Instructed and Sanctified, Born out of the Chaos and Turmoil to rise like the phoenix and Elevate the Minds of Men in Preparation for the End of The Beginning.

Welcome To Ariyel Academy

Ariyel Academy is an Institute of Higher Education on a mission to empower individuls through a shift in Mindset, Health, Wealth and Spirituality.

We work round the clock to create a positive environment for our Students, Volunteers, and Staff. We aim to make the impossible possible for our students and clients.

Our Sevices

We are driven by the success and achievements of our students and clients. We help you create a positive and abundant life so you can experience the good things this life has to offer.


Our Coaching Services help you achieve a specific personal or professional goal by providing training and guidance


Our Expert consultants help you improve, grow and develop strategies and plans that will set you on a path to identify the best way for you to learn how to develop and maintain a Stable Mind.


Our Courses are designed for Distance and Online Learning. They have been created to fit around your busy schedule, family time and fun activities. 

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We help people to Improve their lives through changing the way they Think, Feel and Act. Be transformed by the renewing of your mind. We create positve change in the heart, mind and souls of men.

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Key Facts About Ariyel Academy

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Incorporated – October 25th 2019

Motto – Seek and Save

Ariyel – Lion of God, Messenger of God

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City – Coventry UK

Address: – The Enterprise Hub, 5 Whitefriars st, CV1 2DS, Coventry


  • Students – 20
  • Leadership – Joshua Jehudah
  • Events – 35
  • Brands – 6
  • Networks – 100
  • Partnerships – 5
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Director: Joshua Mukiibi Jehudah

From October 2019 – til Present

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Contact Details

Address: – The Enterprise Hub, 5 Whitefriars st, CV1 2DS, Coventry

Email: – info@ariyelacademy.com

Phone: 02476309918

Coventry is a city in the West Midlands, England. It is on the River Sherbourne. t’s known for the medieval Coventry Cathedral, which was left in ruins after a WWII bombing. A 20th-century replacement, with abstract stained glass, stands beside it.

Coventry is proud to be a diverse, accessible and culturally rich destination with a thriving nightlife, an award-winning restaurant scene, world-class attractions and places to stay that span comfortable affordability to four-star luxury.

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Coventry is extremely proud to have been the UK’s City of Culture 2021/22 and a host city for the Commonwealth Games 2022

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Why Choose Us

We at Ariyel Academy are priviledged to have you as one of our students or clients. It is our joy and Gratitude to serve you better and go the extra mile. Your success and progress is our top priority.

We help you create the great life you deserve so you can have time for the things that matter to you the most.

We believe in a better world for all living beings on this planet. Many years of wars, battles and mass life loss have left a negative impact on societies, individuals, families and the very earth that we live and depend on.

Why Choose Us?

We are a Social Enterprise on a mission to improve leaving conditions around the world. A social enterprise or social business is defined as a business with specific social objectives that serve its primary purpose.

We reinvest a sum of our profits into the business and fund our social aims which are:

  • Quality Education
  • Good Health & Wellbeing
  • Clean Water and Sanitation

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Our services are designed with you in mind. We aim to elevate your mind and assist you to overcome your trials and tribulations.

Quality Online courses you can study in your own time

Expert Mindset Coaching to help you develop a Positive stable Mindset

Professional Consulting to give you the right advice and knowledge to move you through your challenges

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What is an Asset?

What is an Asset? In this article I will aim to break down the various definitions and meanings of the word “asset”. I hope by the end you wil be able to walk way with adequate knowledge about assets

What is an Asset? Definitions

In simple terms an asset is a useful, important or valuable thing or person.

Other definitons of an asset depend on the context, subject or particular field of interest. These are mentioned below.

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What is an Asset

In financial accounting, an asset is any resource owned or controlled by a business or an economic entity. It is anything that can be used to produce positive economic value.


an item of property owned by a person or company, regarded as having value and available to meet debts, commitments, or legacies.

An asset is a resource with economic value that an individual, corporation, or country owns or controls with the expectation that it will provide a future benefit.


An asset is anything of value or a resource of value that can be converted into cash.


An asset is anything that has current or future economic value to a business.


n asset is any resource or good used to generate cash flow, reduce expenses, or provide future economic benefits for an individual


Types of Assets

Current Assets

In accunting these are short-term economic resources that are expected to be converted into cash or consumed within one year. Examples include cash, inventory

Non-current Assets

These are fixed assets or long term assets. They are expected to last over a year. Examples include plants, equipment, and buildings

Personal Assets

These are assets that are items of present or future value owned by an individual or household. Examples include cash, goods, machinery, business

Tangible assets

Tangible assets are real property or physical property like inventory, real estate, machinery, cash, or furniture

Intangible assets

Intangible assets are items or goods that exist theoretically rather than physically. Examples include patents, trademarks and intellectual property

100 Top Global Universities: QS World University Rankings 2023

Take a look at the 100 Top Global Universities according to the QS World University Rankings

100 Top Global Universities

1 Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)  Cambridge, United States 100

2 University of Cambridge  Cambridge, United Kingdom 98.8

3 Stanford University  Stanford, United States 98.5

4 University of Oxford  Oxford, United Kingdom 98.4

5 Harvard University  Cambridge, United States 97.6

=6 California Institute of Technology (Caltech)  Pasadena, United States 97

=6 Imperial College London  London, United Kingdom 97

8 UCL  London, United Kingdom 95

9 ETH Zurich  Zürich, Switzerland 93.6

10 University of Chicago Chicago, United States 93.2

11National University of Singapore (NUS) Singapore, Singapore 92.7

12 Peking University Beijing, China (Mainland) 91.3

13 University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, United States 90.6

14 Tsinghua University  Beijing, China (Mainland) 90.1

15 The University of Edinburgh  Edinburgh, United Kingdom 9.5

=16 EPFL  Lausanne, Switzerland 89.2

=16 Princeton University  Princeton, United States 89.2

18 Yale University  New Haven, United States 89

19 Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU)  Singapore, Singapore 88.4

20 Cornell University  Ithaca, United States 87.2

21 The University of Hong Kong  Hong Kong SAR 87

22 Columbia University  New York City, United States 86.7

23 The University of Tokyo Tokyo, Japan 85.3

24 Johns Hopkins University  Baltimore, United States 85.1

25 University of Michigan-Ann Arbor Ann Arbor, United States 84.4

26 Université PSL Paris, France 83.8

27 University of California, Berkeley (UCB)  Berkeley, United States 82.7

28 The University of Manchester  Manchester, United Kingdom 82.3

29 Seoul National University  Seoul, South Korea 82.2

30 Australian National University (ANU)  Canberra, Australia 82.1

31 McGill University  Montreal, Canada 81.9

32 Northwestern University Evanston, United States 81.8

33 The University of Melbourne  Parkville, Australia 81.6

=34 Fudan University  Shanghai, China (Mainland) 81.5

=34 University of Toronto  Toronto, Canada 81.5

36 Kyoto University  Kyoto, Japan 81.4

37 King’s College London  London, United Kingdom 81.2

38 The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) Hong Kong SAR, Hong Kong SAR 80.6

39 New York University (NYU)  New York City, United States 80.3

40 The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology  Hong Kong SAR, Hong Kong SAR 79.8

41 The University of Sydney Sydney, Australia 79.6

=42 KAIST – Korea Advanced Institute of Science & Technology  Daejeon, South Korea 79.3

=42 Zhejiang University  Hangzhou, China (Mainland) 79.3

44 University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)  Los Angeles, United States 78.7

45 The University of New South Wales (UNSW Sydney)  Sydney, Australia 78

46 Shanghai Jiao Tong University  Shanghai, China (Mainland) 77.4

47 University of British Columbia  Vancouver, Canada 77

48 Institut Polytechnique de Paris Palaiseau Cedex, France 76.8

49 Technical University of Munich Munich, Germany 76.4

=50 Duke University  Durham, United States 74.8

=50 The University of Queensland  Brisbane City, Australia 74.8

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Top 100 Global universities

52 Carnegie Mellon University  Pittsburgh, United States 74.6

53 University of California, San Diego (UCSD)  San Diego, United States 74.5

54 City University of Hong Kong   Hong Kong SAR 5+QS Stars 73.6

55 Tokyo Institute of Technology (Tokyo Tech)  Tokyo, Japan 72.5

56 The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) London, United Kingdom 72.3

57 Monash University Melbourne, Australia 71.6

58 University of Amsterdam  Amsterdam, Netherlands 71.1

59 Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München  Munich, Germany 70.4

60 Sorbonne University  Paris, France 70.1

=61 Delft University of Technology  Delft, Netherlands 70

=61 University of Bristol  Bristol, United Kingdom 5+QS Stars 70

63 Brown University  Providence, United States 69.6

64 The University of Warwick Coventry, United Kingdom 69.1

=65 Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg  Heidelberg, Germany 69

=65 The Hong Kong Polytechnic University Hong Kong SAR, Hong Kong SAR 69

67 Universidad de Buenos Aires (UBA)  Buenos Aires, Argentina 68.9

68 Osaka University  Osaka City, Japan 68.2

69 Universit Paris-Saclay Gif-sur-Yvette, France 68.1

70 Universiti Malaya (UM) Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 5QS Stars 67.9

71 Pohang University of Science And Technology (POSTECH)  Pohang , South Korea 67.7

72 University of Texas at Austin  Austin, United States 67.4

73 Yonsei University  Seoul, South Korea 67

74 Korea University Seoul, South Korea 66.9

75 Lomonosov Moscow State University Moscow, Russia 66.8

76 KU Leuven Leuven, Belgium 66

77 National Taiwan University (NTU) Taipei City, Taiwan 65.7

78 University of Southampton  Southampton, United Kingdom 65

79 Tohoku University  Sendai City, Japan 64.9

80 University of Washington  Seattle, United States 64.7

81 University of Glasgow Glasgow, United Kingdom 5+QS Stars 64.6

82 University of Copenhagen  Copenhagen, Denmark 64.1

=83 University of Wisconsin-Madison  Madison, United States 63.7

=83 University of Zurich  Zürich, Switzerland 63.7

85 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign  Champaign, United States 63.6

86 University of Leeds  Leeds, United Kingdom 62.8

87 The University of Auckland  Auckland, New Zealand 62.7

88 Georgia Institute of Technology Atlanta, United States 62.3

89 KTH Royal Institute of Technology Stockholm, Sweden 62.1

90 The University of Western Australia Perth, Australia 61.7

91 University of Birmingham  Birmingham, United Kingdom 61.1

92 Durham University  Durham, United Kingdom 60.9

93 Pennsylvania State University University Park, United States 60.8

94 University of Science and Technology of China  Hefei, China (Mainland) 60.7

95 Lund University  Lund, Sweden 60.1

=96 The University of Sheffield  Sheffield, United Kingdom 59.5

=96 University of St Andrews  St. Andrews, United Kingdom 59.5

98 Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin Dublin, Ireland 59.1

99 Sungkyunkwan University (SKKU)  Suwon, South Korea 58.9

100 Rice University Houston, United States 58.8

100 Top Global Universities

What is a Community Interest Company?

Have you come across the term CIC or heard of it? We have heard of the normal types of companies such as charities, limited companies and public companies. In this article I aim to expalin “What is a Community Interest Company” and the ins and know hows.

What is a Community Interest Company? Definitions

A community interest company is a type of company introduced by the United Kingdom government in 2005 under the Companies Act 2004, designed for social enterprises that want to use their profits and assets for the public good. 


A CIC is a special type of limited company which exists to benefit the community rather than private shareholders.


Introduced in 2005 in the UK, a community interest company is a type of company designed for social enterprises that want to use their profits and assets for the public good.


Advantages of a Community Interest Company

Access to certain forms of finance and Funding

CICs will attract some certain types of funding and grants which are only available to these type of organisations. Some people will only donate or give to these types or organisations too.

Limited liability Protection

Being a limited company, this provides an the element of security for those who own and run the organisation

Quick To set up

A community interest company is far way quicker to setup compared to the process of setting up a charity

Less Governance Requirements

Community Interest Companies are regulated by the CIC Regulator and so have fewer restrictions on trading activities than a charity

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What is a Community Interest Company

Disadvantages of a Community Interest Company

Restrictions of Assets

a CIC can only transfer assets for less than market value to another CIC or asset-locked body (such as a charity or a similarly asset-locked community benefit society)

Lack of Public awareness of the CIC model

The concept of a CIC is quite new and not well known and so many individuals are not be familiar with the community interest company model or form.

Restrictions on dividends

Only CICs limited by shares are allowed to pay dividends, and even then they are still subject to a dividend cap. As well as the standard limits on dividends under company law, only 35% of a CIC’s distributable profits in a single year can be paid out in dividends to the company’s shareholders (with a limited facility to carry forward unused dividend capacity to future years).

How to Set up a Community Interest Company

To set up a CIC, you’ll need:

  • a ‘community interest statement’, explaining what your business plans to do
  • an ‘asset lock’- a legal promise stating that the company’s assets will only be used for its social objectives, and setting limits to the money it can pay to shareholders
  • a constitution – you can use the CIC regulator’s model constitutions
  • to get your company approved by the community interest company regulator – your application will automatically be sent to them

The CIC regulator has guidance on setting up a CIC.

What is The difference between a Community Interest Company and a Charity?

Both CICs and Charities are similar in sturcture an d it would be necessary that we highlight the key differences between them.

A CIC is expetec to make a profit from its services whila charity is not intended to ma ke any profit form its services or work

A CIC will get most of its income from trade, selling something then reorienting the money into the social enterprise. A charity, on the other hand, will be almost entirely reliant on donations and grants.

another difference is that an organisation can only be a charity if it is established for exclusively charitable purposes for public benefit.

Examples of Community Interest Companies

What is a Social Enterprise?

Greetings and welcome to this article on “what is a social enterprise.” In this article I will aim to explain the history and meaning of a Social Enterprise. I have compiled and researched a few definitions from different source on the web. I hope by the end you will come out with adequate knowledge and a strong understanding of the topic “what is a social enterprise”.

What is a Social Enterprise? Definitions and Meanings

A social enterprise or social business is defined as a business with specific social objectives that serve its primary purpose. Social enterprises seek to maximize profits while maximizing benefits to society and the environment, and the profits are principally used to fund social programs.


A social enterprise is an organization that applies commercial strategies to maximize improvements in financial, social and environmental well-being. This may include maximizing social impact alongside profits for co-owners


In simple terms, a social enterprise can be defined as a business that ploughs its profits back into a strong social or environmental mission 


Social enterprises are businesses whose primary purpose is addressing a social or environmental challenge rather than creating profit for owners or shareholders. They bring together the entrepreneurial skills of the private sector and the values of public service. They deliver positive social impact through their means (i.e. how they conduct their work) and ends (i.e. what they achieve).

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What is a Social Enterprise

About Social Enterprises

Social Enterprises are different from other businesses, companies and organisations as they combine the elements of “Profit Making” and “Social Goals”. Social enterprises have business, environmental and social goals. As a result their Social aims and goals are embedded in their objectives.

Thr primary focus of social enterprises is to promote social change. The business is built around this social goals therefore a certain percentage of the income, funding and profits and reinvested into the business to further promote the social goals

History of Social Enterprises

The idea of a social enterprise as a distinct concept first developed in the late 1970s in the UK as an alternative commercial organisational model to private businesses, co-operatives and public enterprise.

At that time, the idea and concept was based on 5 main principles:

  • common ownership legal structure where members/owners have one voting share and different forms of investment
  • democratic governance, where each worker/community resident is a member with one vote
  • trading and financially viable independence
  • creating social wealth
  • operating in environmentally responsible ways

Types of Social Enterprises

Community Organisations –

These are types of organisations which primarily focuses on building the communiyt and are membership based. Examples include housing associations, credit unions, community centres, pubs and shops, associations, housing associations and football clubs

NGO’s and Charities

This types of organisations provide business services and the proifts are generally used to provide wages and salaries to for individuas who provide free services to specific groups of people or to further the social or environmental aims of the organisation.

Financial Instittutions

This includes organisations such as credit unions, cooperative banks and revolving loan funds. They are classified as savings and loans organisations

Trading Enterprises

This includes Worker/employee-owned trading enterprises, co-operatives, and collectives. They can range from large enterprises to medium sized enterprises

How To Create a Successful Social Enterprise

Examples of Social Enterprises

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734 Coffee

Grassroots Busines Funds

Books to Prisoners

Orangi Pilot Project


Housing Works

LSTN Sound Co.

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Love Your Melon

One Acre Fund

Ben & Jerry’s

Partners in Health

Uncommon Goods


Better World Books


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What is the difference between vocabulary and grammar?

What is the difference between vocabulary and grammar?

Do you have trouble differentiating between vocabulary and grammar? To be honest at one time I did.

What is Grammar?

In linguistics, the grammar of a natural language is its set of structural constraints on speakers’ or writers’ composition of clauses, phrases, and words. Wikipedia

Gramar is the whole system and structure of a language or of languages in general, usually taken as consisting of syntax and morphology (including inflections) and sometimes also phonology and semantics.

In simple terms grammar is the rules of a language that govern all the elements which includes the words, sounds, sentences, writing, combinations and interpretation

What is Vocabulary?

 Vocabulary is all the words known and used by a person in a particular language. Vocabulary changes with the times and is constantly evolving.

 A vocabulary, usually developed with age, serves as a useful and fundamental tool for communication and acquiring knowledge. 

What is the difference between vocabulary and grammar?

Types of Vocabulary


Listening vocabulary refers to the words we need to know to understand what we hear. When you listen to something, you don’t just hear it, but you really pay attention to the sounds.


Writing vocabulary consists of the words that we use in writing. 


Speaking vocabulary consists of the words we use when we speak. Speak means to talk, to give a lecture or speech, or to use your voice to say something.


Reading vocabulary refers to the words we need to know to understand what we read. When students know more words, they are more able to understand what they are reading.


Focal vocabulary is a special set of words, terms, or distinctions that are important to a particular group.

What Is the Relationship between Grammar and Vocabulary?

When grammar and vocabulary are used together they become partners working together to create meaningful communication. When you combine the Words in a language you you then need the rules for combining those words into sentences.

The relationship between grammar and vocabulary is one of partners working together to create meaningful communication. Words in a language are known as vocabulary, while grammar gives the methods and rules for combining those words into sentences. Ideas are communicated when both grammar and vocabulary work in tandem.


Which Country Has The Most Universities?

Universities have played a big role in shaping society and advancing the state of humanity. They provide high quality educational programmes, platforms for research and scholars and a social networking. The key roles universities play are to teach, research and build comunity engagement

According to research.com there are currently more than 25,000 universities around the world.

Which Country Has The Most Universities

Which Country Has The Most Universities as of 2022 ? India has the most universities worldwide. According to data from July 2021 there were an estimated 5,288 universities in India. 

Three Indian colleges, including the Indian Institute of Technology in Delhi and Bombay, are among the Top 200 Universities in WorldWorld. The Senate of Serampore College (University), founded in 1818, is one of India’s oldest institutions still in operation.

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  1. India 5288
  2. United States 3216
  3. Indonesia 2595
  4. China 2565
  5. Brazil 1297
  6. Mexico 1173
  7. Japan 1063
  8. Russia 1058
  9. Iran 704
  10. France 617

100 Most Common English Greetings

Greetings are one of the necessary functions of languages and communication. They show attention to others, someone or something and display the social status between the individuals or groups involved

Greetings enable us to connect to people at a personal level, start conversations with strangers and strengthen bonds

In this article I am going to mention 100 Most common English greetings that you can use in your daily conversations, discussions and general chats

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100 Most Common English Greetings Ariyel Academy

100 Most Common English Greetings

  1. Hi
  2. Hello
  3. Ok
  4. Hey
  5. Hiya
  6. Sup
  7. Howdy
  8. Ahoy
  9. Alright
  10. Morning
  11. Afternoon
  12. Evening
  13. Salutations
  14. Greetings
  15. Welcome
  16. Hey there
  17. You Ok
  18. You good
  19. Ok mate
  20. You cool
  21. You alright
  22. You good bro
  23. You cool dude
  24. What’s up
  25. What’s new
  26. What’s happening
  27. What’s Cracking
  28. What’s Cooking
  29. Howdy Partner
  30. What’s New
  31. Good Morning
  32. Good afternoon
  33. Good evening
  34. You alright mate
  35. You ok Mate
  36. How are you
  37. How do you do
  38. How are you doing
  39. How is everything
  40. How is life
  41. How is work
  42. How’s it going
  43. How’s the going
  44. How was your day
  45. How is your day
  46. How are you keeping
  47. How are you faring on
  48. How is it going
  49. What’s going on
  50. Is all well
  51. Top of the morning
  52. Greeting to you
  53. Hi how are you
  54. I salute you
  55. Long time no see
  56. Its been a while
  57. Good to see you
  58. Nice to see you
  59. Great to see you
  60. It is good to see you again
  61. It is nice to see you
  62. It is Wonderful to see you
  63. Good to see you again
  64. Nice to see you again
  65. Great to see you again
  66. I am happy to see you
  67. I am pleased to see you
  68. I am glad to see you
  69. It Is so nice to see you again
  70. It is so good to see you again
  71. How nice to see you
  72. How great to see you again
  73. How good to see you
  74. Nice to meet you
  75. How nice to meet you
  76. How pleasant to meet you
  77. It is good to meet you again
  78. I am pleased to meet you again
  79. It is an honour to meet you
  80. I am honoured to meet you
  81. I am glad to meet you
  82. Pleased to meet you
  83. Pleasure to meet you
  84. Great to meet you
  85. Good to hear from you
  86. Glad to hear from you
  87. Nice to hear from you
  88. Pleased to hear from you
  89. Happy to hear from you
  90. Pleasure to hear from you
  91. What’s the good word
  92. What’s the word
  93. Look who it is
  94. Look who showed up
  95. Look who has appeared
  96. Talk about the devil
  97. Look what the cat dragged in
  98. Greetings and honour
  99. May you live forever
  100. Love and Gratitude to you

15 Things That Separate LEADERS From FOLLOWERS

What are 15 Things That Separate LEADERS From FOLLOWERS?

This is a video by Alux which talks about the 15 things that separate leaders from followers. Check out the Video and channel on youtube

The 15 Things That Separate LEADERS From FOLLOWERS

00:48 – Self-awareness 01:25 – Courage 02:19 – People-centric 03:00 – Proactivity 03:45 – Humility 04:22 – Solution-oriented 05:02 – Confidence 05:54 – The ability to empower others 06:38 – Effective Communication 07:22 – Perseverance 08:02 – Decisiveness 08:51 – Accountability 09:30 – Passion 10:25 – Being Inspirational 11:08 – Level headedness

What is a Limited Company?

A limited company is a type of business structure or company which has a legal identity of its own and is separate from its owners (shareholders) and managers. Their are some differences from country to country

Advantages of a Limited Company

  • Limited Liability.
  • More credibility
  • Access to More Financial Opportunities.
  • Claim limited company expenses
  • Cheap to setup
  • Efficient with tax.
  • You Can Set Up a Dormant Company.
  • Easily Transfer the Business to Someone Else.
  • Better Reputation.
  • Protection of your personal assets
  • Your Business Name is Protected.

Disadvantages of a Limited Company

  • A certain amount of administration or paperwork is involved
  • Number of shareholders in a private limited company is limited to 50
  • Company needs to be registered
  • The legal set up costs can be costly
  • Accounts need to be filed every year
  • Obtaining finance may be difficult
  • Records are publicly available

Types of Limited Companies

Private Limited Company

A private limited company, or LTD, is a type of organisation or small business entity which is run privately by its shareholders and members.

 A limited Company must have at least one director and one shareholder. These type of businesses limit their owner liability to their shares and the number of shareholders to 50. They restrict their shareholders from publicly trading shares.

Private limited companies can be categorised as either limited by shares or limited by guarantee

Private Limited Company by Shares

Limited by shares companies are usually businesses that make a profit. This means the company:

  • is legally separate from the people who run it
  • has separate finances from your personal ones
  • has shares and shareholders
  • can keep any profits it makes after paying tax

Private Limited Company by Guarantee

Limited by guarantee companies are usually ‘not for profit’. This means the company:

  • is legally separate from the people who run it
  • has separate finances from your personal ones
  • has guarantors and a ‘guaranteed amount’
  • invests profits it makes back into the company

Public Limited Company

A Public Limited Company is a company that is listed on a recognized stock exchange and whose shares are traded openly by the public.

Examples of Well Known Public Limited Companies

  • Shell Plc
  • Barclays Plc
  • Vodafone Plc
  • Royal Mail Plc
  • AstraZeneca Plc
  • Lloyds Banking Group Plc
  • London Stock Exchange Plc

Limited Liability Companies

A Limited liability Company is a business entity that protects individuals from being liable for the company’s financial losses and debt liabilities

Limited Partnership

A limited partnership (LP) is a company which consists of two or more partners who can be individuals or corporate entities.

100 Most Common Nouns in English

A noun is a word that generally functions as the name of a specific object or set of objects, such as living creatures, places, actions, qualities, states of existence, or ideas. Lexical categories are defined in terms of the ways in which their members combine with other kinds of expressions. Wikipedia

Types of Nouns

  • Proper Nouns: these are nouns that are used to name a person, place or thing
  • Common nouns: these are nouns that refer to a generic item, group or place.
  • Singular nouns: These are words that are used to name a single person, place, animal, bird or object
  • Plural Nouns:plural noun refers to more than one of something.
  • Compound nouns: A compound noun combines two or more words into one
  • Concrete nouns: A concrete noun is something that can be perceived through the five senses
  • Collective nouns: A collective noun is a noun that functions as a singular noun while referring to a group of people or things
  • Abstract nouns: Abstract nouns are intangible ideas that can’t be perceived with the five senses, such as social concepts, political theories, and character traits.
100 Most Common Nouns Ariyel Academy
100 Most Common Nouns Ariyel Academy

100 Most Common Nouns

1.      time
2.      year
3.      people
4.      way
5.      day
6.      man
7.      thing
8.      woman
9.      life
10.    child
11.    world
12.    school
13.    state
14.    family
15.    student
16.    group
17.    country
18.    problem
19.    hand
20.    part
21.    place
22.    case
23.    week
24.    company
25.    system
26.    program
27.    question
28.    work
29.    government
30.    number
31.    night
32.    point
33.    home
34.    water

35.    room
36.    mother
37.    area
38.    money
39.    story
40.    fact
41.    month
42.    lot
43.    right
44.    study
45.    book
46.    eye
47.    job
48.    word
49.    business
50.    issue
51.    side
52.    kind
53.    head
54.    house
55.    service
56.    friend
57.    father
58.    power
59.    hour
60.    game
61.    line
62.    end
63.    member
64.    law
65.    car
66.    city
67.    community
68.    name

69.    president
70.    team
71.    minute
72.    idea
73.    kid
74.    body
75.    information
76.    back
77.    parent
78.    face
79.    others
80.    level
81.    office
82.    door
83.    health
84.    person
85.    art
86.    war
87.    history
88.    party
89.    result
90.    change
91.    morning
92.    reason
93.    research
94.    girl
95.    guy
96.    moment
97.    air
98.    teacher
99.    force
100.  education

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