We are a consumption driven community. While minimalists shout themselves into perpetual muteness complaining about how much people around world love to consume and how much waste they are producing in turn. But the truth still remains unchanged that we really enjoy obtaining new products. According to a survey surprisingly it has been found that Americans buy the same 150 items over and over again! And these items make up for 85 percent of the household needs of American families as revealed by the Harvard Business School study.
But then how can you as an aspiring business person be able to convince people to trust your new products and businesses and become faithful customers?
The secret to successful selling is to make the products seem relevant for your customers, this will help them get over their hesitation and make your new item speak to them! Continue reading –>
The great fortune of being a millionaire is so rare in the world as most of us oust ourselves from the running even before trying to be one. We see generations before us grind endless hours working their whole lives, sometimes more than one job at a time trying to make futile efforts of reaching that status. But they end up in their deathbed full of remorse and unfulfilled aspirations.
Some who fail to achieve this millionaire status, would try to validate their inability by saying that “I do not really care about money” or “millionaires are not really happy”. We are sure that you may be able to think of million such excuses. But as millionaires put it bluntly, nobody becomes a millionaire by accident, if you do not make it a life goal or plan then you will surely not get it.
But this article is not just about money, with this post we aim to bring about a radical paradigm shift of a common belief system that people possess. After reading this you will be propelled into the right path towards sustainable wealth. But before we begin, let us address the term wealth which is often referred to in a bad light. But there is nothing wrong with being wealthy, after all YOLO! Continue reading –>
Is your college life a string of days where you sit on the couch, eating cupcakes, playing video games and checking Netflix if a new episode of “Phineas and Ferb” is out? Sure you have heard the old chimes of productivity advices that go somewhat like this – maintain focus and motivation, get enough exercise, eat your greens, brush your teeth twice a day and floss and other such mundane stuff.
But it is after those initial few months of the new semester, when the pile of unfinished and long overdue assignments grow taller atop your desk and your fellow classmates start turning those boring textbook pages that you thought resembles Harry Potter’s Monster Book of Monsters, is when you begin to feel the pressure. You soon realize that the reality of being truly successful does not match the pretty pictures that are so nicely painted in productivity manuals. Continue reading –>