A key thing to look at in our vocational lives involves a simple question like, "What do I really want to be doing?" We're all well aware of the problem many of us can face in life. We can be stuck in the daily grind of a routine that enables us to survive, but not to truly thrive.
I spend a lot of time alone in my grown up world. Partly because I like to. But also because I have to.
Once upon a time, not so long ago, I wanted to be a journalist. The reasons for the desire were numerous, including it was the one writing job that my parents wouldn't complain that I couldn't make money doing it and I would still be writing. Best of all, I would be making a difference in the world. Exposing bad guys would make the world a better place for my nieces and nephews. It was ideal, almost utopian. Then Donald Trump announced his candidacy for President and the world went upside down.
Companies large and small have special representatives that handle customer complaints. Within these departments, customers are able to advise on their issues in order to have them investigated and possibly corrected. Customers also turn to social media to voice their complaints and are catered to by these representatives. This is done because with any business, mistakes happen and by these companies going through the motions of listening to their customers, they are showing how much they value their customers’ business. These attempts show the integrity of the company both by their giving a response to these complaints along with their finding ways to fix the issue by offering specials or a refund.
There is this huge buzz about social entrepreneurs. Apparently, the guy that came up with the term didn't produce a clear definition. I was originally told it was an entrepreneur that doesn't have a storefront, doesn't necessarily sell a product or a traditional service, and only uses social medias to get business. That makes perfect sense to me. But after some research on the subject, I found it to mean something much much more.
Do you ever find yourself stuck in rut and unable to move on from a creative block? It happens to all of us at some point. Some more than others and that's okay, it is natural. Sometimes you can be left feeling empty and completely lost for ideas and unsure where to go next. Inspiration will drift away but it WILL come back so don't worry. Here are a few tips to help you get back from a creative block.
Greetings, future millionaires and billionaires. Welcome, I'm Chad and I am on a journey to obtain financial independence and I would like to extend to you an open-ended invitation to come along for the ride.
When I ask my friends about contracts, they usually go to their phone service contracts, and how confusing they are. A lot of contracts do have a ton of legal jargon in them, but that doesn't mean when you write your own contracts or use an attorney that they have to be wordy and lengthy.
Asirvia Go is a brand new way to reach out to customers without spamming them with text messages. After seeing it work first hand I am convinced that it is the wave of the future. By using just the Bluetooth feature that 95% of people (including myself) have on while walking around, it's now simple and easy to talk to potential customers.
Who knew that a mobile app would make such a difference in any business at all? It's not like a phone number was ever losing popularity. You get your phone, you dial, boom. You're in. For countless years that's how businesses did business. Contact information. And no one ever thought business would get any more efficient when dealing with a mobile app, right?
Living paycheck to paycheck is no way for anyone to live. In fact, you won't be living. Instead, you will be like millions of other people, stressed about how you will make it from one week to the next. If you find yourself in this situation, be assured you are not the only one.