So, you’ve been working retail your entire life, or so it seems. You bounce from one low paying job to another, where your “sales” and “customer service” experience carries you home to being hired. You’ve been stocking shelves, working a cash register, and dealing with angry customer all day for minimal pay. But that’s not what you really want to do, is it? You are tired of working a boring retail job with a random schedule that’s so unpredictable you cannot plan the other aspects of your life. Instead, you want a traditional nine-to-five job position where you can work Monday through Friday and get paid well to do it. Well I’ve got great news for you. You’ve just been looking at your retail experience wrong the whole time in terms of your resume. There’s no reason to be stuck in the retail rut any longer.
Everyone might not want to start there OWN business but for those of you who do, this is for you. For starters you need to come up with a name, a name that no one else has, a specific name. Once you have the name search that name by going to the secretary of state's website in whatever state your in just type www.[state]secretaryofstate.com and go to name search. Once you've searched the name and no one has it great your ready to get started! Next your business needs it's own ss# that's social security number, just like a human being it will be in your name but it will have it's own identity. To do so you will need an EIN # or an Employer Identification Number!. To do so you got 4 choices, CHOICE #1 : you can call a business attorney and pay them from $500 to $2500 to prepare and file your EIN. CHOICE #2 You can go to the IRS website www.irs.gov and download the form ss4 completely fill it out and then mail it to its designated location and wait for it in the mail. CHOICE #3 You can go back to the IRS website and complete the form online for free!! and receive your EIN via email or just simply download it or screenshot it if your using a smartphone BUT keep in mind when doing this option PLEASE do this around normal business hours or else you will have problems. Last and finally CHOICE #4 You can just call the IRS and ask them for one free of charge only thing is you will wait on hold forever!!! These are BUSINESS tools you can use to start your own business or go into the business of helping others. Remember lol with great power comes great responsibility. I went to school for years and paid thousands of dollars for this information when all I had to do was wait for someone like me to be fed up with all the BS of going to school to further my education and thus never ever working in the field in which I received my degree. So take this knowledge I've just PAST DOWN to you and use for your advantage. CONGRATULATIONS THIS IS YOUR FIRST STEP IN BECOMING YOUR OWN BOSS!
There’s no worse feeling in the world when you realize that you aren’t special. Not the kind of special that gives you an edge over everyone else, but the kind of special people delude themselves into believing to avoid the reality that they are replaceable. That’s what I figured out I am. Replaceable. There are women (and maybe men) like me who feel insecure, anxious about dealing with a world you were never prepared for, and knowing that survival often means complacency. I’m not shocked by me feeling like I’m replaceable. I’m replaceable in my job (though I hope that isn’t the case) and in my mind. The only way I know I can’t be replaced is with my family and my relationships, but even then I feel like I don’t belong in the world. It’s as if the world wasn’t made for someone like me. It’s continuing and moving on without me.
once upon a time there was a girl name Lisa and she really wanted a butt like Kim Kardashian. She was 30 years old now and had two kids who had altered her body in various ways... Lisa wanted to feel young and sexy again! Lisa took to the Internet and ask Google where she could get a Brazilian butt lift surgery. She landed on real self.com and found a lot of women in BBL surgery groups. She found countless before and after photos, and wasn’t very excited about what she saw. Women were dying, women were having huge complications and were not happy with their results.
Emails are at the heart of business communication. In fact, there are 124.5 billion business emails sent and received each day. That's a whole lot of emails. While most people are comfortable and familiar with sending informal emails to friends and family members, writing one to a boss, prospective client, or colleague is an entirely different story. Here are some tips for composing the perfect business email.