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Club, Crazy, and Energy: FRIENDS: I NEVER SEE YOU AT THE CLUB ME:INEVER SEE YOU AT THE BANK DAILY DOSE This might seem crazy and counterintuitive, but it’s true! . Let me explain by referring back to a common saying: ‘Tell me who your friends are and I will tell you who you are.” . Growing up, my parents were always telling me this. It’s so true. The friends we choose reflect who we are and who we want to be. Now that I run my own business, that saying makes even more sense to me. . We’ve got to be very protective of our environment and carefully examine every new person who comes into our lives. Why? . Because our success depends on the type of people we surround ourselves with on a day-to-day basis. We need rich networks of individuals who believe in—and support—our mission. We all get this point. But. . . . When it comes to clients, we often just accept whoever walks through our doors or wants to purchase our services online. . We allow ourselves to work with clients who aren’t always quite right for us. . Myth: What’s the big deal? A client is a client. . Fact: Not all clients are created equal. . When you start working with less-than-ideal clients, you block business with the ideal ones. As small business owners, you can’t accept an unlimited amount of clients. When you accept someone who’s not a perfect fit, you’re letting that person take the spot of someone who would energize and inspire you. . Myth: I need the money. . Fact: You lose money working with less-than-ideal clients. They drain you of energy and cause you to drag your feet. . You might be giving them your best, but they might not be ready to do the work necessary for getting the best possible results. Or you might not be fully motivated to work on their projects, which, in turn, can lead to dissatisfaction and requests for refunds! . As counterintuitive as it may sound, being exclusive will get you booked solid much faster than keeping your doors open for whoever walks into them. . 📷 @timkarsliyev - motivation wisdom success smart money dailydose sacramento losangeles boss life me new
Club, Crazy, and Energy: FRIENDS: I NEVER SEE YOU
 AT THE CLUB
 ME:INEVER SEE YOU
 AT THE BANK
 DAILY DOSE
This might seem crazy and counterintuitive, but it’s true! . Let me explain by referring back to a common saying: ‘Tell me who your friends are and I will tell you who you are.” . Growing up, my parents were always telling me this. It’s so true. The friends we choose reflect who we are and who we want to be. Now that I run my own business, that saying makes even more sense to me. . We’ve got to be very protective of our environment and carefully examine every new person who comes into our lives. Why? . Because our success depends on the type of people we surround ourselves with on a day-to-day basis. We need rich networks of individuals who believe in—and support—our mission. We all get this point. But. . . . When it comes to clients, we often just accept whoever walks through our doors or wants to purchase our services online. . We allow ourselves to work with clients who aren’t always quite right for us. . Myth: What’s the big deal? A client is a client. . Fact: Not all clients are created equal. . When you start working with less-than-ideal clients, you block business with the ideal ones. As small business owners, you can’t accept an unlimited amount of clients. When you accept someone who’s not a perfect fit, you’re letting that person take the spot of someone who would energize and inspire you. . Myth: I need the money. . Fact: You lose money working with less-than-ideal clients. They drain you of energy and cause you to drag your feet. . You might be giving them your best, but they might not be ready to do the work necessary for getting the best possible results. Or you might not be fully motivated to work on their projects, which, in turn, can lead to dissatisfaction and requests for refunds! . As counterintuitive as it may sound, being exclusive will get you booked solid much faster than keeping your doors open for whoever walks into them. . 📷 @timkarsliyev - motivation wisdom success smart money dailydose sacramento losangeles boss life me new

This might seem crazy and counterintuitive, but it’s true! . Let me explain by referring back to a common saying: ‘Tell me who your friends ...

cnn.com, Fall, and Family: Committee of Interns and Resident. SEIUHealthcare. CAR OF YOUR CANT GO SEE MNE committee of Interns and Residents aR (CNN) How would the United States deal without immigrants for a day? Cities across the country got a taste of that Thursday as businesses shut down and immigrants refused to spend money on "A Day Without Immigrants." It's an effort to show the Trump administration how much immigrants contribute to the country's economy as the President continues his tough stances on immigration.And while many immigrants and business owners refused to work in an act of solidarity, others marked the event in more unorthodox ways. Here are some of their stories: Restaurant workers do 'double the work' in advance Matt Carr, owner of the Little Red Fox restaurant in Washington, D.C., had no problem letting his immigrant employees strike, even though they're vital to his business. "We have three prep cooks on strike today for 'A Day Without Immigrants.' They are all parents worried about their families and futures," Carr said. But before those workers went on strike, they made sure the business was taken care of. "Dear Matt, kale salad is ready," the protesters wrote on a note for their boss. "Fruit salad just needs blueberries + mint. Oranges are cut. Thank you, The ladies of the kitchen."Carr said he appreciates the dedication of his employees. "We're a very small business, and without them we would not be able to open today," he said. "They not only gave me a heads-up about the strike, but did double the work yesterday so we would be in good shape today." Carr said he's "holding down the fort" by also washing dishes and preparing food. He said his business would fall apart without his immigrant employees, who come from Venezuela and Guatemala. "Immigrants are the backbone of this country and the heart and soul of the service industry," he said. "Without them, our small businesses would crumble. They are also part of our family here at Little Red Fox, and I, too, am worried about their future under this administration." 17thsoulja BlackIG17th daywithoutimmigrants
cnn.com, Fall, and Family: Committee of Interns and Resident.
 SEIUHealthcare.
 CAR OF YOUR
 CANT GO SEE
 MNE
 committee of Interns and Residents
 aR
(CNN) How would the United States deal without immigrants for a day? Cities across the country got a taste of that Thursday as businesses shut down and immigrants refused to spend money on "A Day Without Immigrants." It's an effort to show the Trump administration how much immigrants contribute to the country's economy as the President continues his tough stances on immigration.And while many immigrants and business owners refused to work in an act of solidarity, others marked the event in more unorthodox ways. Here are some of their stories: Restaurant workers do 'double the work' in advance Matt Carr, owner of the Little Red Fox restaurant in Washington, D.C., had no problem letting his immigrant employees strike, even though they're vital to his business. "We have three prep cooks on strike today for 'A Day Without Immigrants.' They are all parents worried about their families and futures," Carr said. But before those workers went on strike, they made sure the business was taken care of. "Dear Matt, kale salad is ready," the protesters wrote on a note for their boss. "Fruit salad just needs blueberries + mint. Oranges are cut. Thank you, The ladies of the kitchen."Carr said he appreciates the dedication of his employees. "We're a very small business, and without them we would not be able to open today," he said. "They not only gave me a heads-up about the strike, but did double the work yesterday so we would be in good shape today." Carr said he's "holding down the fort" by also washing dishes and preparing food. He said his business would fall apart without his immigrant employees, who come from Venezuela and Guatemala. "Immigrants are the backbone of this country and the heart and soul of the service industry," he said. "Without them, our small businesses would crumble. They are also part of our family here at Little Red Fox, and I, too, am worried about their future under this administration." 17thsoulja BlackIG17th daywithoutimmigrants

(CNN) How would the United States deal without immigrants for a day? Cities across the country got a taste of that Thursday as businesses sh...

Memes, Paul Ryan, and Survivor: Cancer Survivor Tells Paul Ryan: "I'd Be Dead" Without Obamacare 17th Soulia4 A man who survived cancer despite a grim diagnosis challenged House Speaker PaulRyan (R-Wis.) on his efforts to repeal Obamacare. “Because of the Affordable Care Act, I’m standing here today,” Jeff Jeans told Ryan at a CNN town hall event on Thursday. Jeans, who identified himself as a longtime Republican who had worked on campaigns for Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush, used to oppose the law. But then, he said, that changed when he was given six weeks to live and needed health insurance to get treatment. As a small business owner, Jeans explained, he doesn’t get health insurance through work like many people do. “I rely on the Affordable Care Act to be able to purchase my own insurance,” he said. And with a pre-existing condition, he likely would have had a hard time buying coverage in the pre-Obamacare U.S. “I want to thank President Obama from the bottom of my heart because I’d be dead if it weren’t for him,” he said. Ryan told Jeans that Republicans intend to replace President Barack Obama’s signature health law― which he referred to as being in a “death spiral”― “with something better,” though their plans largely remain a mystery. The Senate on Wednesday night took a major step towards repealing Obamacare, passing a budget resolution that made way for Congress to strip funding for the law. The House will take up the resolution on Friday. Read more stories here from people who say Affordable Care Act saved their lives. 17thsoulja BlackIG17th They have no plan 😂 that's like saying I know you don't have a parachute just jump and we will figure something out . If anything they gonna do one of two things strip it an defund parts of it so it's horrible and blame it on obama. Then come back in patch up the holes they dug into it change the name and give the credit to Trump that's what wypipo do 🙄 rich wypipo don't care how many poor white people they have to throw under the bus 🚌 in order to undermine black people .
Memes, Paul Ryan, and Survivor: Cancer Survivor Tells Paul Ryan:
 "I'd Be Dead" Without
 Obamacare
 17th Soulia4
A man who survived cancer despite a grim diagnosis challenged House Speaker PaulRyan (R-Wis.) on his efforts to repeal Obamacare. “Because of the Affordable Care Act, I’m standing here today,” Jeff Jeans told Ryan at a CNN town hall event on Thursday. Jeans, who identified himself as a longtime Republican who had worked on campaigns for Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush, used to oppose the law. But then, he said, that changed when he was given six weeks to live and needed health insurance to get treatment. As a small business owner, Jeans explained, he doesn’t get health insurance through work like many people do. “I rely on the Affordable Care Act to be able to purchase my own insurance,” he said. And with a pre-existing condition, he likely would have had a hard time buying coverage in the pre-Obamacare U.S. “I want to thank President Obama from the bottom of my heart because I’d be dead if it weren’t for him,” he said. Ryan told Jeans that Republicans intend to replace President Barack Obama’s signature health law― which he referred to as being in a “death spiral”― “with something better,” though their plans largely remain a mystery. The Senate on Wednesday night took a major step towards repealing Obamacare, passing a budget resolution that made way for Congress to strip funding for the law. The House will take up the resolution on Friday. Read more stories here from people who say Affordable Care Act saved their lives. 17thsoulja BlackIG17th They have no plan 😂 that's like saying I know you don't have a parachute just jump and we will figure something out . If anything they gonna do one of two things strip it an defund parts of it so it's horrible and blame it on obama. Then come back in patch up the holes they dug into it change the name and give the credit to Trump that's what wypipo do 🙄 rich wypipo don't care how many poor white people they have to throw under the bus 🚌 in order to undermine black people .

A man who survived cancer despite a grim diagnosis challenged House Speaker PaulRyan (R-Wis.) on his efforts to repeal Obamacare. “Because o...

Advice, Crime, and Fresh: And just like interes... As an entrepreneur you’re startup is fueled by your desire and conviction. If you start losing interest in your startup it could become the main reason for its decline. Is it natural for you to lose interest in your startup? What can you do to retain interest in it? . That’s the first thing I’m saying. Remember that you are human and it is likely that you at some point might lose interest in something that you started with passion. It’s like starting a painting and then when you reach out to fill it up with color you suddenly feel it’s not worth the effort. . The thing to do then is to start thinking like a painter, take a break and come back with a fresh perspective. Who knows in the interim period you might think about how beautiful your painting will become if you add color to it. . Similarly if you are losing interest in your start up, don’t admonish yourself. Take a break and come back recharged. . Talk to someone you can rely on for advice. Talking to other people who have been there, done that helps. So if you know anyone whose launched a small business talk to them and you’ll probably learn about how they dealt with burn out or loss of passion. . Stifling dissatisfaction makes it worse. So go on talk to friends, family or anyone you think can help. . Sometimes you lose interest because something is not working as it should. The “should” here is the key. “Should” is actually a dangerous word. People succeed at things they really want to do. When you feel it “should” be this or that then it fizzles out. . When you experience burn out, step back and take a look at what is not working. You will find a pattern or weak link and you can take it from there. . Lastly, remember; give it your best shot before you decide to give up. When you indulge in self doubt it’s the most self damaging thing you can do. So as a founder losing interest in his-her startup is not a crime, it’s not abnormal but you might just want to take a short break before you give up on it. © Dr. Mariam Noronha
Advice, Crime, and Fresh: And just like
 interes...
As an entrepreneur you’re startup is fueled by your desire and conviction. If you start losing interest in your startup it could become the main reason for its decline. Is it natural for you to lose interest in your startup? What can you do to retain interest in it? . That’s the first thing I’m saying. Remember that you are human and it is likely that you at some point might lose interest in something that you started with passion. It’s like starting a painting and then when you reach out to fill it up with color you suddenly feel it’s not worth the effort. . The thing to do then is to start thinking like a painter, take a break and come back with a fresh perspective. Who knows in the interim period you might think about how beautiful your painting will become if you add color to it. . Similarly if you are losing interest in your start up, don’t admonish yourself. Take a break and come back recharged. . Talk to someone you can rely on for advice. Talking to other people who have been there, done that helps. So if you know anyone whose launched a small business talk to them and you’ll probably learn about how they dealt with burn out or loss of passion. . Stifling dissatisfaction makes it worse. So go on talk to friends, family or anyone you think can help. . Sometimes you lose interest because something is not working as it should. The “should” here is the key. “Should” is actually a dangerous word. People succeed at things they really want to do. When you feel it “should” be this or that then it fizzles out. . When you experience burn out, step back and take a look at what is not working. You will find a pattern or weak link and you can take it from there. . Lastly, remember; give it your best shot before you decide to give up. When you indulge in self doubt it’s the most self damaging thing you can do. So as a founder losing interest in his-her startup is not a crime, it’s not abnormal but you might just want to take a short break before you give up on it. © Dr. Mariam Noronha

As an entrepreneur you’re startup is fueled by your desire and conviction. If you start losing interest in your startup it could become the ...

Energy, Growing Up, and Memes: CID STAY EXCLUSIVE. DON'T BE EVERYWHERE. DON'T INVOLVE YOURSELF WITH JUST ANYONE LEAVE ALITTLE MYSTERY TO YOUR LIFE Made by: DailyDose This might seem crazy and counterintuitive, but it’s true! . Let me explain by referring back to a common saying: ‘Tell me who your friends are and I will tell you who you are.” Growing up, my parents were always telling me this. It’s so true. . The friends we choose reflect who we are and who we want to be. . Now that I run my own business, that saying makes even more sense to me. . We’ve got to be very protective of our environment and carefully examine every new person who comes into our lives. . Why? Because our success depends on the type of people we surround ourselves with on a day-to-day basis. We need rich networks of individuals who believe in—and support—our mission. We all get this point. . But. . . When it comes to clients, we often just accept whoever walks through our doors or wants to purchase our services online. . We allow ourselves to work with clients who aren’t always quite right for us. . Myth: What’s the big deal? A client is a client. Fact: Not all clients are created equal. . When you start working with less-than-ideal clients, you block business with the ideal ones. . As small business owners, you can’t accept an unlimited amount of clients. When you accept someone who’s not a perfect fit, you’re letting that person take the spot of someone who would energize and inspire you. . Myth: I need the money. Fact: You lose money working with less-than-ideal clients. . They drain you of energy and cause you to drag your feet. You might be giving them your best, but they might not be ready to do the work necessary for getting the best possible results. Or you might not be fully motivated to work on their projects, which, in turn, can lead to dissatisfaction and requests for refunds! . As counterintuitive as it may sound, being exclusive will get you booked solid much faster than keeping your doors open for whoever walks into them. 📷 @timkarsliyev -
Energy, Growing Up, and Memes: CID
 STAY EXCLUSIVE. DON'T BE
 EVERYWHERE. DON'T INVOLVE
 YOURSELF WITH JUST ANYONE
 LEAVE ALITTLE MYSTERY
 TO YOUR LIFE
 Made by:
 DailyDose
This might seem crazy and counterintuitive, but it’s true! . Let me explain by referring back to a common saying: ‘Tell me who your friends are and I will tell you who you are.” Growing up, my parents were always telling me this. It’s so true. . The friends we choose reflect who we are and who we want to be. . Now that I run my own business, that saying makes even more sense to me. . We’ve got to be very protective of our environment and carefully examine every new person who comes into our lives. . Why? Because our success depends on the type of people we surround ourselves with on a day-to-day basis. We need rich networks of individuals who believe in—and support—our mission. We all get this point. . But. . . When it comes to clients, we often just accept whoever walks through our doors or wants to purchase our services online. . We allow ourselves to work with clients who aren’t always quite right for us. . Myth: What’s the big deal? A client is a client. Fact: Not all clients are created equal. . When you start working with less-than-ideal clients, you block business with the ideal ones. . As small business owners, you can’t accept an unlimited amount of clients. When you accept someone who’s not a perfect fit, you’re letting that person take the spot of someone who would energize and inspire you. . Myth: I need the money. Fact: You lose money working with less-than-ideal clients. . They drain you of energy and cause you to drag your feet. You might be giving them your best, but they might not be ready to do the work necessary for getting the best possible results. Or you might not be fully motivated to work on their projects, which, in turn, can lead to dissatisfaction and requests for refunds! . As counterintuitive as it may sound, being exclusive will get you booked solid much faster than keeping your doors open for whoever walks into them. 📷 @timkarsliyev -

This might seem crazy and counterintuitive, but it’s true! . Let me explain by referring back to a common saying: ‘Tell me who your friends ...