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Friday, February 13, 2015

Camping Tent by Adventuridge


Wala ba kayong matulugan sa inyong pupuntahan?

JFARM Lactobacillus Probiotic and Organic Fertilizer



Gumagastos ba kayo para patayin ang fungi at mapanirang bacteria?
Mabagal ba lumaki at hindi maganda ang inyong mga halaman?
Mabaho ba sa inyong paligid?
Lagi ba kayong gumagastos sa deodorizer?

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

JFARM Foliar Fertilizer with Power Grower Combo

Foliar fertilizer na pwedeng pang spray at pandilig. Napatunayang mas mahusay kaysa mga pangunahing foliar na kasalukuyang ginagamit. Mainam para sa mga gulay, palay, mais, at mga prutas. Napakabilis umepekto at cguradong mamumulaklak at dadami ang bunga ng inyong mga halaman. Mainam na pandilig sa mga halamang mabagal lumaki dahil pinapalakas nito ang ugat ng halaman. Nagiging matibay din ang halaman sa mga fungi at bacterial wilt.

Monday, January 5, 2015

Steps to Defining Your Niche Market

There are two basic markets you can sell to: consumer and business. These divisions are fairly obvious. For example, if you're selling women’s clothing from a retail store, your target market is consumers; if you're selling office supplies, your target market is businesses (this is referred to as “B2B” sales). In some cases—for example, if you run a printing business—you may be marketing to both businesses and individuals.
No business—particularly a small one—can be all things to all people. The more narrowly you can define your target market, the better. This process is known as creating a niche and is key to success for even the biggest companies. Walmart and Tiffany are both retailers, but they have very different niches: Walmart caters to bargain-minded shoppers, while Tiffany appeals

Things That We Can Learn From 8 Kids Already Making a Million Dollars

 These impressive kids learned from their own failures early in life but determined to keep going and to do it better the next time around. If you haven’t made your first million yet, the teen next door might actually be able to teach you something.
Check out these eight kids who made a million, or more, and what you can learn from their success:

Tuesday, December 23, 2014

How to Stay a Step Ahead of the Robots

Successful businesses, no matter how large, are based on people. People, not systems make
the long-term difference.
That’s why people skills will always be in demand.
Here are some skills you can develop that robots and software will likely take a while to learn:
1. Develop a high degree of empathy.
Forget your job description for a moment and focus on what your manager or leader needs.

Sunday, December 21, 2014

Difficult Steps to Become a Millionaire

Money  isn't everything. Not by a long shot. Where your definition of success is
concerned, money may rank far down the list. Everyone’s definition of “success” is different. Here's mine:
"Success is making those that believed in you look brilliant."
For me, money doesn't matter all that much, but I'll confess, it did at one time (probably

Thursday, December 18, 2014

Finding an Ideal Mentor

Leslie Rapp feels your pain--and she's in the business of solving it. She's director of training
and development at Menttium, a Minneapolis, Minn.-based provider of corporate mentoring services and research metrics on business mentoring. That's right. People pay her to mentor them … on being mentors. We asked for a crash course.
  1. First, think about you, Rapp says. Exactly why do you need a mentor? What do you hope to learn? Then figure out the kind of person who can best inspire you. For example, if you're starting from scratch, look for a mentor who did, too.