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What Dogs Teach Us About Loyalty

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People are not loyal these days. So when I find that one person that keeps it real and is loyal, I can’t help but appreciate. It’s partly why I love dogs so much. They are like the most loyal creatures on earth, if not the most.

All they need is trust. Once they can trust you, it’s nothing but loyalty and loyalty is love. Loyalty is an important ingredient for success with potential partners, employers and even co-workers. You have to be willing and open to building better relations with your peers if you expect them to deliver on their end.

There are some amazing traits dogs posses that us humans should embrace.

Dog’s naturally want to bond and show affection. They show love because they want to love not for selfish gains. Dogs are not loners. They want to be associated with a pack and contribute to the welfare of the pack while protecting every pack member.

Some folks say dogs are loyal for the food and shelter so they have no choice but to be nice. But if you have seen how they react when they meet a human friend after a long time, you know there is more to it than food and shelter.

A dog will never question or doubt a friendship, their trust is limitless. Dogs that fight do so because they were trained to. Imagine if we humans could trust each other like that as friends or as business partners, the world would improve drastically. This is where the law of attraction should naturally take form. A lot of times, we move with the notion that people are out to get us. To cheat us.

Some times it is the case. However, most of the time it is just your mind playing tricks on you. And as a wise man once said, if you can control your mind, you can control your destiny. You can create your own reality. Being able to trust like dogs, takes time to develop but if you push yourself and learn to trust yourself and others, life will transform for the better for you. In business and in your personal life.

Dogs are playful yet serious when they have to be. You do not have to take life too seriously but you should be serious about reaching your goals. When I speak about not taking life too seriously, I am talking about being playful and how you react to the sadness around you. It is not immature to be playful. It’s humane.

Yes, times are hard but if you dwell on this negative fact, you make it difficult to grow and attain success in the midst of hard times. See how many people are doing well for themselves even in the so-called hard times. So many. Be playful. Find joy in little things and big things will come to you.

 

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Why You Should Have A Website And Not Just Rely On Social Media

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No one could have predicted just how revolutionary social media would be when MySpace started gaining followers in the early 2000s. Even in 2006, when Facebook and Twitter became widely available to the global population, there were still lingering doubts about its longevity and potential as a profit-making vehicle.

In retrospect, it makes sense: after the meteoric rise and crushing fall of the 90s dot com bubble, it was still very much open to interpretation as to whether this new wave of interactive media would be able to survive (let alone thrive) into the future.

We know differently today.

As of early 2019, there were 4.2 billion internet users, of which 3.397 billion were active on social media.

To put this even further into perspective, consider that, on average, every one of those users owns 5.54 social media accounts and spends 116 minutes a day scrolling their news-feeds or chatting with friends.

And those mind-boggling numbers are still growing. Three hundred twenty million new profiles were created between September 2017 and October 2018, which works out to 10 new social media users every second. This figure alone is almost double the average number of human births per second.

That’s right. Social media growth is outstripping the global human birth rate.

You Do Not Own Social Media

We get it. Starting a Facebook page for your small business when you don’t have much working capital seems like a much smarter option than stumping up for a website. Not only is it free, it can also put you in touch with pretty much everybody you’d like to sell to. If you’re a local-oriented biz you can make a point of highlighting your location or some other specific selling point.  Continue reading…

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Is Your Business Model Viable? An 8-Point Test

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You have a great business idea, and even got started on a business plan. But now you wonder: is my upstart business model really viable? Here is an eight-point test to tell you if you should forge ahead with your business idea.

1. Uniqueness

Before you worry about upstart financing, marketing or business location, you should begin with an idea—not just any idea, but one that’s unique. What makes your business stand out from the rest?

Uniqueness doesn’t necessarily mean you have to invent something (though that’s never bad—just look at Snuggie’s success), it just means that you have to set yourself apart from the competition. If you’re starting a catering company, say, what will make your catering service different from the rest? These are tough questions, but important ones. The most successful businesses have a strong, unique concept, and a clear identity. Take the time to define yours.

2. Upstart Funds

What will your start-up cost be? Every business has some expenses at the start, whether you’re paying for equipment, rent or just basic marketing materials. Make a realistic estimation; you’ll need these figures to obtain a loan or simply to budget if you’re paying these expenses out of pocket.

3. Customer

Who’s your customer? Knowing who will be buying your product or service is vital to your business success—how else will you find your customers if you don’t know who they are? Are you catering to busy professionals, stay-at-home moms, college students, retirees? Define your customer, even if you have to be broad at first. If you’ll be renting a space, make sure the local demographic fits this profile; the real estate agent will be able to provide you with that data. Read more

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