Husband. Father. Academic Advisor. Musician. Artist. Writer. Aspiring licensed mental health counselor. I've been writing for Vocal for about two years now and I would love to hear from you. Email me: [email protected]
Who Are You?
I have to wonder what your story is... Where did you grow up? What was the inspiration for your tattoos? What do you think about on a regular basis?
Days drag with no end until the child jumps up from beneath the covers on Christmas morn. Weeks climb on top of each other as the bride to be waits for her father’s escort down the aisle, his heart joyfully torn.
Time Packed His Bags
Peaceful reflections on waters and memories rushed by Dragonflies danced on the swaying tips of goldenrod Hoped and begged for just one moment more,
ENFP Personality Type and 10 Things Most People Love About Them
1. They are full of inspiration. Need inspiration? Spend some time around an ENFP. If you study the ENFP personality type you will discover that they possess more charisma than most other personality types. This personality type may inspire through spoken words and speeches, through written poetry, or through music. ENFP’s truly want other people to thrive in life and they will encourage others to be the best them.
How has Facebook shaped the economy as we know it?
The purpose of this research is to identify economic theory within the company Facebook, to explore the potential that social networking sites possess, and to recognize the influence that they yield in merging many smaller economies into a more globalized one. In the opening, the history of Facebook is covered briefly, and then the stated reasons as to why Facebook has aided in globalizing the economy is discussed more in depth, lastly mentioned is the impending long term outcomes are considered. The sources herein include a scholarly article by John P. Tiemstra, professor of economics at Calvin College, an interview with hosting founder Mark Zuckerberg, and other select articles and videos relating to the company.
Love had no seams Limits were not, except those in wildest dreams No stitches sewn Except for those in our sides from jokes known
His Name shakes the earth and skies His Name shakes the enemy's lies His Name restores the broken land His Name restores those who were "unplanned"
'Shark Tank' Story
In a world full of technological advances, there seem to be more and more ways to stay connected with one another. People’s usage of social media sites, texting, and mobile applications have increased more than ever before. However, most communication devices are all geared for adults, teenagers, or mature children. There have been very few ways for young children to communicate with those around them, especially in a simple, safe manner. MIT graduate Gauri Nanda, founder of Toymail, recently aired in February of this year on season 8, episode 18 of the show Shark Tank. Talkies are cute stuffed animals that provide a safe means for children under the age of 10 to send voice messages to their parents' phones or to other children’s Talkies. The link to the episode is provided below on the resource page. There are three main reasons that stand out as to why Gauri Nanda’s Toymail Talkies have been successful and will most likely be successful in the long run.