Seven powerful life-changing lessons and how they changed my perspective on human connections.
After a swiftly abrupt ending to the most sacred relationship in my life, I share with you today the wisdom I have gained and the very practices I implemented to cope with the biggest heartbreak of my life.
As I tuck my youngest son to bed and gently shut down the door, I am taken by the rush of emotional memories that invade my mind.
It’s the time of the night again when I’m left alone after the kids have gone to bed. …
An In-depth Comparison Between The Technology Giants
There have been endless debates on whether Microsoft or Apple is better.
Year after year, these technology giants battle viciously for customer attention through the release of new products, features, and services.
In this article, I will dive into the 7Ps of service marketing and compare the performance of Apple and Microsoft against each of the seven elements.
If you are not familiar with the 7ps of marketing, then check out this article, which will give you a headstart on how this framework works:
The Seven Ps of marketing include :
Before you launch your business, you may be bombarded with all the information, forms, and advice you need to tackle it. Everyone is trying to give you advice and directions on the best way to tackle your launch.
I wrote this article in two parts to serve as a blueprint or checklist of questions that you would need to consider before your launch to give you a headstart.
The first part was written to highlight the most important questions you need to answer before launching your business. …
Anyone can start designing on Redbubble. But not everyone will be able to make consistent sales on the platform.
It requires a strategic plan to tackle the growing demand and competition and rise on top.
I started selling my designs on Redbubble at the end of March 2020 after coming across a youtube video that excited me.
The idea in the video revolved around making simple text-based designs and selling them on Redbubble, where they will be customized into different products such as mugs, T-shirts, stickers, and phone cases.
I didn't have any design skills, but I had the curiosity…
Crush Your Competition By Implementing These Questions.
Let's be honest, creating and managing your small business is tough work.
I see a lot of entrepreneurs getting into the trap of focusing too much on their competition that they lose focus on their own business goals and aims.
Don't put too much pressure on yourself.
Step back and understand your competition.
Your competition can give you amazing details about your target market as well as what works and what is trending.
Your competition will tell you critical things about your chosen market, customers, and the best strategic marketing methods to use.
Is your baby demanding to breastfeed more than usual? Has your baby been reacting differently in the last few days? Do you notice a difference in your baby’s sleep patterns or behavior in the last few days?
You may not know it yet, but your baby may be going through a growth spurt.
A growth spurt is temporary, but an important part of your baby’s mental and physical development. It can last from a few days to a couple of weeks. Eventually, your baby’s behavior will get back to normal.
There are no specific times that growth spurts occur, as…
My TRES Method To Perfecting Your Business Before The Big Launch
Whether you are planning a product-based or service-based business, it is essential for you to keep well organized and informed about both yourself and your market.
The questions below will help you prepare for the launch of your business, make the pitch, and get the funding going.
When answered honestly, it will help you, the entrepreneur to get a headstart among the competition because you have taken the time to research your idea.
Throughout the piece, I will drawback on my own example of the business I am planning…
A close look at how our taste preferences are created and evolved.
“Personality is partly constituted or reinforced though commodities, particularly those which are partly constituted or reinforced through commodities, particularly those which are clearly apparent or easily recognized, including clothing, cars, and property.” (Edwards, Tim p. 118)
We define ourselves through what we buy and what we find tasteful.
What constitutes taste differs for many people and societies, but I also believe it is linked to a person’s wealth.
Why else then do women purchase expensive designer bags? Obviously, to prove they have taste and wealth? …
Finns are one of the largest coffee consumers in the world. According to Statista, a Finn drinks between 3 to 5 cups of coffee per day, averaging approximately 10 kg of coffee per person each year.
Did you know that it is normal in Finland to pay several euros for one small cup of coffee?
There are several psychological and social factors that play in coffee consumption and purchase.
The consumption of coffee isn’t restricted to a specific event.
It is a socially acceptable act in Finland to consume large amounts of coffee a day.
Coffee is consumed as a…
‘Taste culture’ is the major ideologies that are ‘culturally valued’ by the dominant social groups in society.
Here the dominant culture makes discriminating judgments on what is classified as good or bad.
Taste is definitely affected by the social world.
What we choose to like or dislike, is ultimately influenced by class, race, and gender.
Gender taste is definitely relevant. From the moment we are born we are bombarded with what our gender likes and dislikes. A little girl is given a pink blanket, where a little boy is given a blue one. The expectation is that young girls should…