Thursday, May 23, 2013
If and when you make the decision to become a home based business owner, you must understand one simple and constant fact: It takes money to make money. It doesn't matter if you're selling Avon (it costs to get started); or if you want to be a Mary Kay sales rep and one day drive a pink car, there is a cost to do that. So, don't let an excuse that it costs money or that it looks like a pyramid scheme hold you back from pursuing your dreams! Mary Kay, Avon, even companies like Nike have levels. These are levels or management positions you earn by doing a good job. That's not a pyramid scheme, at least you don't call them pyramid schemes; instead you call them promotions! It is the same way with VidaCup, it is free to join, but you need to buy your product samples so you can pass out those samples to other coffee lovers. And believe me there are no shortage of coffee lovers. There are over 2 billion cups of coffee drank everyday in the world and "The average U.S. worker spends $1,092 on coffee each year." (Source: Mental Floss) Why not grab your share of the coffee business?
Let me show you VidaCup, known as The Cup of Life. I am a VidaCup Brand Promoter and I will be looking for team members. People who I can train their way to success. I am a hard person to work with because I drive myself to greatness, and thus I expect greatness from everyone who is on my team. If you're not willing to give it 100, then you probably won't like me. I know that owning your own business is hard work, and VidaCup knows the same thing. That's why they created this video to help you, so you don't have to be afraid to become a business owner. VidaCup is one of the few home based business opportunities that has a hands-on approach with its distributors. They are connected to us, because they want us to succeed. And so do I. Watch the video below and then visit my website at: VidaCup Pays Me! I'll send you information about getting started in your new career. Just be prepared for the journey of a lifetime of success!!
Monday, May 13, 2013
Infographic by- GO-Gulf.com Web Design Company
Here are some great tips to making your landscaping regimen a breeze. Using your Pennington Smart Feed Sprayer System, if you follow these tips, you'll have the most gorgeous lawn and garden in your neighborhood. All your neighbors will be jealous!
1. Try not to use a lot of beds and borders that will need weeding and edging.
2. If you have places where you have planting beds, use an ample amount of mulch to keep weeds away and to minimize the amount of time you spend watering.
3. Make your beds narrow enough so that you can reach them easily, but not so narrow that plants continually outgrow their boundaries.
4. Strategize and streamline your garden care by grouping plants together according to their treatment requirements.
5. When you're creating a path, keep in mind to make them wide enough to negotiate with wheelbarrows and other large-scale tools.
6. Finally, select gardening tools that will make your tasks easy and speed up garden chores.
These are just a few tips to use and get your started on your landscaping chores. Got anymore? Leave a comment below and share them with our readers.
Wednesday, May 1, 2013
Facebook's Social Graph has been rolled out to the public now and personally, I don't like it. I liked being able to search in the old search bar method and find people and things I didn't know existed. With the Social Graph, it is an individual users' nightmare, while it is helpful to marketers. But, one thing that most people don't know about Facebook's Social Graph is that it diminishes your privacy. Now is the time to learn how to manage your privacy controls on Facebook.
If you want to keep some things in your life personal, set your privacy controls to 'friends only.' There are many employers who use social networks to do background research on potential candidates. Having that photo of you and your crew throwing back Tequila shots may not be the first impression you want to give to a potential employer. There are 97,000 photos on Facebook, make sure any pictures you're tagged in don't embarrass you. Make sure you set your privacy controls to alert you whenever someone tags you in a photo or even attempts to post to your timeline.
These are just a couple of safety measures you can implement on Facebook with the release to the masses of their Social Graph tool. Take a look at the INFOGRAPHIC below for more suggestions.
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