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Albert Einstein, Goals, and Life: I WANT NOTHING BUT POSITIVE VIBES SURROUNDING ME. The people we choose to surround ourselves with impacts the way we think, act and feel on a day-to-day basis. In many ways, entrepreneurial success is determined much like success in any other aspect of life. As entrepreneurs, we are responsible for ourselves. Surrounding yourself with the right type of people can help success come more naturally to you than being around those who might hold you back. - Here are the 4 types of people to surround yourself with for SUCCESS: - ✔️HARD workers. You probably know somebody who is a relentless worker, or perhaps you are one yourself. These types of workers push us to work harder each and every day. While measuring personal success against the success of another is like comparing apples and oranges, we can measure our drive with the drive of other relentless workers. True passion and commitment will breed a successful business. ✔️Positive attitudes. People tend to be better at what they’re doing if they’re happy. Negative attitudes can drag down work ethic and they don’t offer any inspiration for success or innovation. ✔️ People who ask questions. Albert Einstein once said “the important thing is to not stop questioning.” As entrepreneurs, we should constantly be asking questions about ourselves and our business. However, no single person will think of every important question. People who ask questions may provide a different angle on an issue or an idea, and these questions could ultimately lead to an important breakthrough for you or your business. Perspective is everything. ✔️Some non-entrepreneurial types will consider all entrepreneurs “dreamers.” However, we understand that setting goals and working hard will help us achieve what many consider to be unachievable. To keep this drive going, we should always be surrounding ourselves with people who have similar goals in mind. - success harwork millionairementor
Albert Einstein, Goals, and Life: I WANT NOTHING
 BUT POSITIVE VIBES
 SURROUNDING ME.
The people we choose to surround ourselves with impacts the way we think, act and feel on a day-to-day basis. In many ways, entrepreneurial success is determined much like success in any other aspect of life. As entrepreneurs, we are responsible for ourselves. Surrounding yourself with the right type of people can help success come more naturally to you than being around those who might hold you back. - Here are the 4 types of people to surround yourself with for SUCCESS: - ✔️HARD workers. You probably know somebody who is a relentless worker, or perhaps you are one yourself. These types of workers push us to work harder each and every day. While measuring personal success against the success of another is like comparing apples and oranges, we can measure our drive with the drive of other relentless workers. True passion and commitment will breed a successful business. ✔️Positive attitudes. People tend to be better at what they’re doing if they’re happy. Negative attitudes can drag down work ethic and they don’t offer any inspiration for success or innovation. ✔️ People who ask questions. Albert Einstein once said “the important thing is to not stop questioning.” As entrepreneurs, we should constantly be asking questions about ourselves and our business. However, no single person will think of every important question. People who ask questions may provide a different angle on an issue or an idea, and these questions could ultimately lead to an important breakthrough for you or your business. Perspective is everything. ✔️Some non-entrepreneurial types will consider all entrepreneurs “dreamers.” However, we understand that setting goals and working hard will help us achieve what many consider to be unachievable. To keep this drive going, we should always be surrounding ourselves with people who have similar goals in mind. - success harwork millionairementor

The people we choose to surround ourselves with impacts the way we think, act and feel on a day-to-day basis. In many ways, entrepreneurial ...

Africa, Community, and Dreads: Miami-Dade Largest Vegan & Vegetarian Restaurant is Black Owned & Delicious! HUNGRY LAC While vegetarianism and veganism are on the rise in the African-American-Black community; it’s still a relatively new frontier for our people, especially African-Americans. Vegetarianism was relatively low in West Africa, home to our ancestors, so changing your entire diet to a plant based one can be challenging. Following the coronation of Haile Selassie I as Emperor of Ethiopia in 1930, Black vegetarians in the western hemisphere began to rise in large part due to Rastafarianism—a religion developed in Jamaica in the 1930s and rawfoodist such as famous African-American comedian Dick Gregory. Both these factors were contributing forces to the early stages of Black dietary shifts in the U.S, in addition to the phenomenal soulful flavors used in creating African and Caribbean inspired vegan and vegetarian dishes. Vegetarian Restaurant by Hakin, located at 73 NE 167th Street in North Miami Beach, FL 33162 is continuing the delicious tradition of vegan and vegetarian soulful innovation. Just steps away from all three major highways and Jackson Hospital North, the restaurant sits right off 163rd street in an unassuming strip mall with a gigantic sign outside that reads VEGETARIAN RESTAURANT. To be honest, I have driven by this place a trillion times and never stopped. I just wasn’t interested in Vegetarian food in my 20’s, but now, I want to live so I made that stop out of curiosity and have been a customer since! Various organic and natural products are on display near the entrance and to the right, there is a full fledged mini health food store. I was even able to pick up some shea butter and organic oils for my dreads! The restaurant has been in continuous operation for over seven years in the same location. A recent expansion will allow for larger dine in parties in a semi private dining space. Owner and operator Hakin, plans to make his restaurant not only the largest Black owned, but largest vegetarian and vegan restaurant in Miami-Dade period. blackhealthmatters blackownedbusiness afrovegan blackvegan vegan rawvegan fruitarian plantbaseddiet alkalinefoods cellfood electricfood melanindiet SOURCE:https:-www.google.com-amp-s-thehungryblac
Africa, Community, and Dreads: Miami-Dade Largest Vegan
 & Vegetarian Restaurant is
 Black Owned & Delicious!
 HUNGRY
 LAC
While vegetarianism and veganism are on the rise in the African-American-Black community; it’s still a relatively new frontier for our people, especially African-Americans. Vegetarianism was relatively low in West Africa, home to our ancestors, so changing your entire diet to a plant based one can be challenging. Following the coronation of Haile Selassie I as Emperor of Ethiopia in 1930, Black vegetarians in the western hemisphere began to rise in large part due to Rastafarianism—a religion developed in Jamaica in the 1930s and rawfoodist such as famous African-American comedian Dick Gregory. Both these factors were contributing forces to the early stages of Black dietary shifts in the U.S, in addition to the phenomenal soulful flavors used in creating African and Caribbean inspired vegan and vegetarian dishes. Vegetarian Restaurant by Hakin, located at 73 NE 167th Street in North Miami Beach, FL 33162 is continuing the delicious tradition of vegan and vegetarian soulful innovation. Just steps away from all three major highways and Jackson Hospital North, the restaurant sits right off 163rd street in an unassuming strip mall with a gigantic sign outside that reads VEGETARIAN RESTAURANT. To be honest, I have driven by this place a trillion times and never stopped. I just wasn’t interested in Vegetarian food in my 20’s, but now, I want to live so I made that stop out of curiosity and have been a customer since! Various organic and natural products are on display near the entrance and to the right, there is a full fledged mini health food store. I was even able to pick up some shea butter and organic oils for my dreads! The restaurant has been in continuous operation for over seven years in the same location. A recent expansion will allow for larger dine in parties in a semi private dining space. Owner and operator Hakin, plans to make his restaurant not only the largest Black owned, but largest vegetarian and vegan restaurant in Miami-Dade period. blackhealthmatters blackownedbusiness afrovegan blackvegan vegan rawvegan fruitarian plantbaseddiet alkalinefoods cellfood electricfood melanindiet SOURCE:https:-www.google.com-amp-s-thehungryblac

While vegetarianism and veganism are on the rise in the African-American-Black community; it’s still a relatively new frontier for our peopl...

Memes, Work, and Business: DAILY DOS THEY SAID I COULD BECOME WHATEVERI WANT SO I BECAME ME Made by: DailyDose The potential connection to the business world is to ask yourself whether your company is offensive or defensive? Are you a really good company at having established a strong position, holding on to this lead? Or are you a very agile company that can grow market share even coming from lower down the ranks compared to your competition? In the business world, your company is probably a bit of both or at least has aspirations to do both. Your company probably has market segments or business units that are the leaders in the field and perhaps new product lines that are trying to grow. Below we have listed some potential leadership lessons to help balance this competitive dynamic 1. Know Your Market Position – The first key to being able to navigate this potential competitive landscape is the knowledge and understanding of your place in the market. . 2. Play to your strengths – No matter where you are in the market, we believe you are better to play to your strengths as an organization rather than trying to enter a market where you are weaker or the competition is stronger. . 3. Develop new skills in being agile – One of the potential organizational derailers can be that you don’t move fast enough to adapt to a disruptive innovation. 🏆 For you as a leader to win your respective majors, the key is knowing your organizations’ position on the “leaderboard”, play to your strengths and assets and work to becoming even more agile in adapting to the changing environment. 🏆 @timkarsliyev ➖
Memes, Work, and Business: DAILY DOS
 THEY SAID I COULD BECOME
 WHATEVERI WANT SO
 I BECAME ME
 Made by:
 DailyDose
The potential connection to the business world is to ask yourself whether your company is offensive or defensive? Are you a really good company at having established a strong position, holding on to this lead? Or are you a very agile company that can grow market share even coming from lower down the ranks compared to your competition? In the business world, your company is probably a bit of both or at least has aspirations to do both. Your company probably has market segments or business units that are the leaders in the field and perhaps new product lines that are trying to grow. Below we have listed some potential leadership lessons to help balance this competitive dynamic 1. Know Your Market Position – The first key to being able to navigate this potential competitive landscape is the knowledge and understanding of your place in the market. . 2. Play to your strengths – No matter where you are in the market, we believe you are better to play to your strengths as an organization rather than trying to enter a market where you are weaker or the competition is stronger. . 3. Develop new skills in being agile – One of the potential organizational derailers can be that you don’t move fast enough to adapt to a disruptive innovation. 🏆 For you as a leader to win your respective majors, the key is knowing your organizations’ position on the “leaderboard”, play to your strengths and assets and work to becoming even more agile in adapting to the changing environment. 🏆 @timkarsliyev ➖

The potential connection to the business world is to ask yourself whether your company is offensive or defensive? Are you a really good comp...

Bored, Family, and Friends: Teen Girls Invent Solar- Powered Tent For Homeless With No Engineering Experience, Win Grant From MIT @seek the truth Repost @seekthetruth ・・・ Trueactivist.com- A group of twelve girls with no prior engineering experience developed a solarpowered tent for the homeless. Along the way, they learned the ins-and-outs of sewing, coding and 3Dprinting. Due to a flailing economy, homelessness is on the rise in cities such as LosAngeles. Fortunately, a new innovation developed by students at San Fernando High School may help those who are stranded on the streets — at least until a more permanent solution is presented. Bored Panda reports that with absolutely no experience, a group of young females invented a solar-powered tent that rolls up into a backpack. Together, the 12 females were recruited by DIY Girls, a non-profit organization that empowers young women from low-income families in LA to pursue fields in technology and engineering. Overseeing the project was executive director of DIYGirls, Evelyn Gomez. The girls primarily used YouTube videos and information found via Google searches to produce a tent that offers major benefits to homeless individuals. Throughout the process, they learned skills such as sewing, coding and 3D printing. Fortunately, their hard work paid off. Not only did they win the world’s respect, the team won a $10,000 grant from the Lemelson MIT program. In result, they will present their invention at MIT’s EurekaFest on June 16th. Because the high school students come from low-income families, they almost couldn’t afford the trip. Compassionate strangers, friends, and family members, however, donated to a GoFundMe campaign that raised over $18,000. SeekTheTruth standup911
Bored, Family, and Friends: Teen Girls Invent Solar-
 Powered Tent For Homeless
 With No Engineering
 Experience, Win Grant From
 MIT
 @seek the truth
Repost @seekthetruth ・・・ Trueactivist.com- A group of twelve girls with no prior engineering experience developed a solarpowered tent for the homeless. Along the way, they learned the ins-and-outs of sewing, coding and 3Dprinting. Due to a flailing economy, homelessness is on the rise in cities such as LosAngeles. Fortunately, a new innovation developed by students at San Fernando High School may help those who are stranded on the streets — at least until a more permanent solution is presented. Bored Panda reports that with absolutely no experience, a group of young females invented a solar-powered tent that rolls up into a backpack. Together, the 12 females were recruited by DIY Girls, a non-profit organization that empowers young women from low-income families in LA to pursue fields in technology and engineering. Overseeing the project was executive director of DIYGirls, Evelyn Gomez. The girls primarily used YouTube videos and information found via Google searches to produce a tent that offers major benefits to homeless individuals. Throughout the process, they learned skills such as sewing, coding and 3D printing. Fortunately, their hard work paid off. Not only did they win the world’s respect, the team won a $10,000 grant from the Lemelson MIT program. In result, they will present their invention at MIT’s EurekaFest on June 16th. Because the high school students come from low-income families, they almost couldn’t afford the trip. Compassionate strangers, friends, and family members, however, donated to a GoFundMe campaign that raised over $18,000. SeekTheTruth standup911

Repost @seekthetruth ・・・ Trueactivist.com- A group of twelve girls with no prior engineering experience developed a solarpowered tent for th...

Bored, Family, and Friends: Teens With No Engineering Experience Invent Solar Tent For Homeless, Win Grant From MIT JUNE 16, 2017 AT 1:12 PM True Activist Amanda Froelich Due to a flailing economy, homelessness is on the rise in cities such as LosAngeles. Fortunately, a new innovation developed by students at SanFernandoHighSchool may help those who are stranded on the streets — at least until a more permanent solution is presented. Bored Panda reports that with absolutely no experience, a group of young females invented a solar-powered tent that rolls up into a backpack. Together, the 12 females were recruited by DIYGirls, a non-profit organization that empowers young women from low-income families in LA to pursue fields in technology and engineering. Overseeing the project was executive director of DIY Girls, Evelyn Gomez. The girls primarily used YouTube videos and information found via Google searches to produce a tent that offers major benefits to homeless individuals. Throughout the process, they learned skills such as sewing, coding and 3Dprinting. Fortunately, their hard work paid off. Not only did they win the world’s respect, the team won a $10,000 grant from the Lemelson-MIT program. In result, they will present their invention at MIT’s EurekaFest on June 16th. Because the high school students come from low-income families, they almost couldn’t afford the trip. Compassionate strangers, friends, and family members, however, donated to a GoFundMe campaign that raised over $18,000. Now they can go and enjoy their time in the well-deserved spotlight. It’s a deserved victory for the twelve teenagers who are making a positive difference in the lives of others. Genius SustainableDevelopment RenewableEnergy
Bored, Family, and Friends: Teens With No Engineering
 Experience Invent Solar Tent For
 Homeless, Win Grant From MIT
 JUNE 16, 2017 AT 1:12 PM
 True Activist Amanda Froelich
Due to a flailing economy, homelessness is on the rise in cities such as LosAngeles. Fortunately, a new innovation developed by students at SanFernandoHighSchool may help those who are stranded on the streets — at least until a more permanent solution is presented. Bored Panda reports that with absolutely no experience, a group of young females invented a solar-powered tent that rolls up into a backpack. Together, the 12 females were recruited by DIYGirls, a non-profit organization that empowers young women from low-income families in LA to pursue fields in technology and engineering. Overseeing the project was executive director of DIY Girls, Evelyn Gomez. The girls primarily used YouTube videos and information found via Google searches to produce a tent that offers major benefits to homeless individuals. Throughout the process, they learned skills such as sewing, coding and 3Dprinting. Fortunately, their hard work paid off. Not only did they win the world’s respect, the team won a $10,000 grant from the Lemelson-MIT program. In result, they will present their invention at MIT’s EurekaFest on June 16th. Because the high school students come from low-income families, they almost couldn’t afford the trip. Compassionate strangers, friends, and family members, however, donated to a GoFundMe campaign that raised over $18,000. Now they can go and enjoy their time in the well-deserved spotlight. It’s a deserved victory for the twelve teenagers who are making a positive difference in the lives of others. Genius SustainableDevelopment RenewableEnergy

Due to a flailing economy, homelessness is on the rise in cities such as LosAngeles. Fortunately, a new innovation developed by students at ...