5 keys to success.

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5 KEYS TO SUCCESS FOR ENTREPRENEURS 1) Put The Business Ahead Of Fame and Fortune: The process of making of creating a viable idea is not easy. Even after you think you have a sure thing, that’s just the first of many steps to turn that idea into a profitable product. There are so many people who are more fascinated by the idea of fame and recognition than maximizing their time creating the best product possible. If your ideas have no real substance behind it, the process becomes ten times more difficult with your mind on the end. 2) Don’t Be Afraid To Start From Scratch: Sometimes you may work on 3 or 4 ideas for years until the right one comes around and causes you to scrap all previous concepts. Instead of getting discouraged by the daunting task, use your past experiences to make this transition as smooth and quick as possible. There is always a project before the right project. 3) Be Ready To Hear No Very Often: Along with a ...

flappy birds flopped.

The end of Flappy Bird has come. The developer Dong Nguyen doesn't seem to like the attention. After Nguyen’s pleads of “Please give me peace” and details about how “It ruins simple life,” the developer has promised that he will be removing the app today, Feb. 9, 2014, and he sure did. I never played the game before because I knew it would be addictive (just like Candy Crush, which I never played before). I was addicted to Angry Birds for a long time. So long I even forgot to perm my edges once. The Flappy Bird creator cannot deal with the publicity, but with this sudden announcement with no explanation, many assumptions are sure to surface. Although he has stated that the removal is not for legal purposes, we can’t help but to think that there must be underlying reasons for this strange activity. What makes this even more shocking is the fact that the game was updated one day prior to this announcement. There’s also the question of why ...

10 rules to live by.

1. Realize your own worth. Avoid comparing yourself with others. Each of us is special, because we are different one from the other. 2. Set your own goals based on what is important to you, not what others think is important. Only you know what is best for you. 3. Treasure the things that are closest to your heart. Cherish them as you would your life, without them life is meaningless. 4. Live your life one day at a time, in the present, each day to its fullest. Don’t let your life slip through your fingers by living in the past or for the future. 5. Be relentless when you have something to offer; never give up. Nothing is really over until the moment you stop trying. 6. Embrace risk; don’t be afraid. We learn how to be brave by taking chances. 7. Love deeply, freely, and with all your heart. The quickest way to receive love is to give love; the fastest way to lose love is to hold it too tightly; the best way ...

it will all fall into place.

Having a peace of mind, a good career, a nice bank account, healthy relationships with family & friends, or the path to find love will have it’s rough moments. Don’t think for once that it’s “easy” to find these things and keep them. Especially love. All of these entities can be achieved simultaneously. You don't have to lose weight first in order to mend your relationship with your father. You don't have to have $10,000 in your bank account before you can fall in love. You don't have to wait until you graduate before you can build a better relationship with God. We spend too much time saying "I can't" instead of saying "I WILL". Life will always have it’s ups and downs. It’s your responsibility to just simply embrace those positives AND negatives that you have in your life. Trust me, they balance each other out to prepare you for what's coming next. A lot of us would not be who we are today without that ONE person or ...

growth from the negatives.

This is why I do what I do and blog the way I blog. I know that providing my thoughts, experiences, and advice with others will touch at least one person. Here's an email I received: "Hi Chanel. I just wanted to say thank you for helping me get through tough times in my life. Especially my teenage years. I was 16 when I first started reading your blogs and they have helped me so much. Even with my first love, my insecurities, and how I hated my looks for the longest. But your blogs inspired me to hold my head up and keep moving and not care what people think. Here I am at age 25 now and I'm married with one child, and I couldn't have done it without you. I remember when you used to post pictures of your daughter Tyasia. I used to wish that I had a mother like you that was so strong Because my mother was never here for me, neither was my father. ...

warmth.

Just received a very positive from one of my clients LAKISSES.com, who happens to be a review site for LA businesses. Since LA KISSES will be providing reviews on businesses and their customer services we decided to do our first review on our web designer Kiss Chanel. What’s interesting about our decision to hire Kiss Chanel web design is that we’ve previously contacted a web designer here in our city Los Angeles and was schedule for consultation, but while tweet watching we discovered @love went to her profile and automatically gained interest with her since of humor through her tweets. LA KISSES staff visited her website, looked at her work portfolio and read her testimonial page, out of curiosity we email Chanel for a price quote and within a few hours we received a response. Chanel gave us an amazing first impression with a complete breakdown of what she was able to do for our website and a quote that put a smile on our face. Although Chanel is based in Atlanta we ...