I have been working in a little shop down on the High Street, right beside the Chemist on the corner there is a little shop where you can get the minutes on your phone charged back up and that sort of thing. The guy who owns the shop is really a letting agent, but he has his toes dipped in a lot of different things. Most of all I seem to offer the sim only deals from all UK network providers. That was what I got, although I got a lucky deal on this phone that some guy brought back because he thought it was broken. There was nothing wrong with the phone, or at least there was nothing that I could find wrong with it. The guy simply did not know what he was doing with it. He was apparently not able to operate it properly and if you did not read the user manual you might have had problems. [Read more...]
I usually start the day with a hot cup of kopi luwak, a glance at the newspaper, and a walk around the block. It’s been my morning routine for many years, but one day, I was feeling a little like changing things up. I decided to put my coffee in a thermos, left the newspaper at home, and went somewhere new. I went to the park and walked around there for a while. The park has a different feeling early in the morning when compared to later in the day, especially in the afternoon. It’s like the park is some kind of big garden that has just been touched by the morning air.
While int he park, I would slowly walk around and sip my coffee while staring at everything nature has to offer. There are birds flying around, looking for an early morning meal. There is dew on every plant and blade of grass. Usually by the time the midday sun has arrived, the dew is all gone and the grass is much drier. Since changing up my routine, I’ve decided to go to the park every day in the morning.
I also get a better work out by going to the park in the morning, because there is more space to walk in at the park. The park has a trail with lots of curves and inclines, while the block around my home is level and only has a few curves. Sometimes I like to pick up the pace and run around the park, timing myself and seeing how quickly I can make it from one end of the park to the other. I’ve gotten a little more muscular in my legs and lost some weight in my mid section because of this. The park and coffee is a great combination.
I spent most of our savings and retirement getting a product into development. You would think that it would be inexpensive to have a plastic product made. However, just having the molds made for the plastics manufacturer to make our product cost us more than our house! Now it is all about sales, and I rely heavily on me getting out there and getting new customers one at a time. I use these sydney promotional products I have custom printed with my brand and logo to hand out everywhere. The little items get the name, website and phone number into the hands of a lot of potential customers.
I make a disposable product used in an industry I used to work as a laborer in. It is just a small item that is produced in mass quantities. It makes the job a little easier for the workers. It saves time, and that is what grabs the attention of business owners and managers.
I have owned my own business for nearly 30 years. I was just out of high school when I started, and I have been going strong ever since. When computers and the Internet became popular, I even had a website created. I am not much for technology though, so I missed out on social media for several years before I realized I was hurting myself by not having a social media presence as well. I found out that Twitter is the most popular for my customers. After finding out how to buy cheap twitter followers, I created an account.
I did a lot of research on this, because I simply did not want to invest the energy into it without knowing what I was doing. I read about the different marketing strategies that can be employed on social media sites, but I knew that I had to get a larger following quickly in order to make that happen.
The african american poet, academic and activist, Amiri Baraka, who died recently at age 79, was an intelligent troublemaker, to be certain; and that is clearly a compliment. Vociferously black nationalist, he was still kicking butt in 2002 with his revolutionary article 9/11 poetry, Somebody Blew Up America, with its roll-call of worldwide evils perpetrated by, basically, bright males. His 2009 efficiency of the poetry shows the visceral energy, iconoclasm, fundamental trend and graceful quality which was as a writer his brand. Though he contended it was really anti-Zionist, this “demonstration poetry” was accused to be anti-semitic. A resource arrives, I believe.
Like a young author I first discovered him and was surprised by the outspokenness of his writing. My composition training at college have been overwhelmingly white, British, delicate, pastoral and internalised. Through them I came across the urgency and significance of uncompromising political composition that utilized jazz syncopations and black vernacular and received on black views and activities. I never composed like them, when I’d several additional role-models however they confirmed dark existence in literature.
Regardless of a number of his perceptions, I respected Baraka for his uncompromising position on race being an artist – not only the most obvious injustices of our times including apartheid or race killings, however the more subtle character of institutional racism in education, business, the media and culture, that will be tougher to handle. Additionally, his market expanded beyond the literary elite and out for the people. Whatever he’d to express might be recognized by everybody. There’s benefit in composition such as this. In 1964 he published an article called Innovative Theater that summed up his task at that moment. “The generous white guy’s doubt to the theater of innovation (if he’s ‘hip’ enough) will be on aesthetic grounds.
Elevated by middle class parents in Nj, Baraka was vibrant although not thinking about college. Politicised from the civil-rights movement, his major breakthrough included the creation of his anti-racist play Dutchman, which gained him an Off-Broadway Obie in 1964, though, trueto form, a number of his detractors accused him of anti-white bigotry.
Presently thereis food for thought, perhaps today nowadays.