If given the opportunity to help a smaller business would a large business do so? What if doing so meant an increase in the big company’s sales/profits? That’s a horse of a different color, now, isn’t it?
How Does This Work and Who’s Idea Was It?
Once upon a time a marketing coaching company invited a bunch of larger businesses opportunity’s to sponsor an exclusive VIP retreat. They offered comprehensive packages with varying levels of commitment. One lucky sponsor (the one investing the most cash) would be awarded the title of “Platinum Sponsor.” Whereas, smaller sponsors would have their name and logo on signage, websites advertising the event, newsletters and would receive complimentary tickets; the Platinum sponsor would be named exclusive sponsor along with countless other advertising propaganda. All attendees at the event would receive a resource directory complete with all the names of the sponsors and their products.
And Who Exactly Will Attend This Event?
The business coaching company and would invite 150 entrepreneurs and small business representatives to a lavish Los Angeles resort. With a network of attendees, and widespread media attention, the benefits to each sponsor would be limitless. The coaching company promised that the attendees of the VIP event would be a looking for the services and products offered by the sponsors and that these attendees would be a qualified group of buyers. With the widespread exposure and exclusive attendees, the event promised to be advantageous to all who sponsored.
MARKETING IDEAS: Printed Plastic Bags
This particular business person had a good idea. Along with her team, she provided entrepreneurs and small businesses the opportunity to improve their business while working less and earning more. Her claim to fame was that she could market your business to people who would pay premium prices, who value your expertise and would tell all their wealthy friends about you. Clearly, this was very high end and upscale; but it’s working for her and the coaching business she founded.
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It’s time for your baby to start kindergarten; honestly, where has the time gone? It’s an emotional moment for you, as a parent, seeing your child start school on their own for the first time, but it is also an exciting time for your child as well. Make it really special for them by getting them a personalized backpack that they will be proud to use and proud to show off to all their friends at school. There are a lot of ideas online of backpacks for sale, and a lot of ideas for making personalized backpacks for kids as well. Browse through these websites with your child, and ask him what they want their backpack to look like. It will get them excited and looking forward to their first day of Kindergarten.
Picking The Perfect Backpack
Buying personalized backpacks for kids is a fun way to help them gear up for school, and is also an easy way for them to tell which backpack is theirs when they retrieve it at the end of the school day. It is also easy to figure out which one is theirs if it happens to make its way into the lost and found. And picking the perfect backpack is easy when you add a touch of personalization, because your child will be happy that they had a little say in what they wanted their backpack to look like. After you find out what your child likes, buy it for them and tell them that it’s on its way. Or pick one out together at a store that sells various styles and designs of backpacks. If you happen to be the crafty type, you can make your own customized personalization from the craft store. This is a great way to save money and it will make your child feel really special that you took the time to make it for them.
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Once they have their very own personalized backpack, they can get packed and ready for their big day. Take a picture to remember the day forever.
When I was a kid, my dad always told me “Save your pennies, son; you might need them for a rainy day.” I didn’t quite understand what rain had to do with saving change at the time, but of course I later came to understand what he meant. It’s important to teach children how to save money. Most kids have things taken care of for them; they don’t have to work, they have clothes, costumes for kids and food bought for them, they don’t have to worry about paying the mortgage or rent and food is always there. This makes young children think this is how it will be until they grow up, go to college, get a job and then the money will start rolling in and they’ll be fine. Unfortunately, we know this is not how it works!
Gift of Saving
One way to help kids get started saving is to give them a gift of a savings account. You can take them to the bank, let them see what goes on there and have a bank officer help show them how a savings account works. They’ll perhaps get a little passbook or a bank card they will have to be responsible for. Tell them they can take any amount of money and put it into their savings account. Show them how interest will accrue if they leave the money in there. Giving a child a savings account at an early age will help give them a sense of responsibility and if nurtured, the savings account can grow substantially and give them a real advantage when they finally get out on their own.
What Goes Around Comes Around
Getting your child to understand the benefits of saving money at an early age will help them understand the value of a dollar and also instill a responsibility of commitment by regularly depositing money in their savings account. When they are finally old enough to obtain a checking account, they can use money in their savings account to start it. What more could you ask for?
When the safety of America is threatened by foreign invaders, the U.S. military is ready with the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines and Coast Guard. When a town needs protection against crime, we have the men and women of law enforcement with the city Police and the county Sheriffs. When the cleanliness of a school is threatened by germs, we have the fine men and women of the…..custodial staff? Janitor’s, yes, janitors!
Salute The Masters of Environmental Engineering
School janitors are the least recognized, for the job they do. But let’s face it. A school janitor has their eyes and ears on the school. They are armed not with rifles and grenades, but with spray bottles, mops and a closet full of janitorial supplies to clean and disinfect. They are the ones keeping kids safe from germs. And, who will be the first not to recognize that children are just walking germ factories. When was the last time you did not see a child eat something they shouldn’t. When have you not seen them sneeze or cough, without covering their mouth. They will stick their hands in their mouth and with their fingers covered with saliva touch whatever available surface there is in sight. They go to the bathroom, without washing their hands. Their noses run, and they wipe it on their sleeves or on their hands and touch other children or other surfaces. Oh, and lets not forget vomiting. Kids will not only vomit for distance, they will have a volume capacity spewing out of them that adults would not think possible.
Duties Of A Domestic Hygienist
Janitors must have at the ready any kind of cleaning instrument or cleaning supplies they might need to keep school environments as free from germs as possible. They must clean sinks, toilets, urinals, floors (refinishing, polishing, sweeping, mopping, scrubbing, buffing, vacuuming), empty out garbage cans, restock restroom supplies (toilet paper, paper toilets, feminine hygiene products, air fresheners), clean windows and mirrors, clean tables and chairs, sanitizatize everything, and much more. These are the men and women on the front lines of keeping kids safe, from the spread of germs, in the schools. We owe them a debt of gratitude. And if you just can’t stand to send your children to public school, look into a home school curriculum.
Yes, by all means, chat with other parents online in an effort to figure out how you can keep your kids off-line more. And now, thanks to Webcam Chat you won’t have to sit there with your two finger method and type out what you want to say. You will now be able to have an honest-to-goodness, face-to-face conversation… Just like in the old days, when you used to visit people, in order to talk to them. It’s even better than talking over the phone, because you can see people’s reactions up close and personal. Then again, considering the way some people walk around their home, you may not want to get all that up close and personal, with the balding, beer bellied, ripped dirty T-shirt and sagging, stretched out briefs clad father of the boy your girl is currently seeing. Yeesh. Maybe a phone call is a better idea.
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Who Do You Get Your Parenting Tips from?
Your Mom and Dad are probably the people who have the most to do with, how you are currently attempting to raise your child. Of course, Grandparents figure into the mix, sometimes. Eons ago, Dr. Spock was trying to tell everyone how they should or should not deal with a child. And, there are certainly no shortage of online ‘experts’ out there who are more than willing to share their vast knowledge, with you on the topic of rearing children. New parents tend to need more tips than parents who have a couple of kids already under their belt, particularly when comes to babies. Until babies come with a manual new parents will continue to be baffled, panicky, surprised, dumbfounded and more, without the proper guidance. But hey, that’s half the fun.
Is Your Teen Out Of Control?
Sadly, I’m pretty sure that being out of control is part of being a teenager. It’s when out of control becomes dangerous and illegal that it’s time to worry and step in. What are other parents doing with their out-of-control teen? This is one of the things that can be discovered through conversations, with other parents of teens. How do you limit what they have access to online? How late do you let them stay out? Should you have a say in who they chum around with? Should you have a say in who they date? How are other kids doing with a certain teacher in school? What about homeschooling with a core curriculum? Where are all the kids hanging out when they’re together?
These and other questions can be the topic for your online chat with other parents.