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Traveler’s Life: APPS

Apps for smartphone that is useful when you travel around the world:

FlightTrack- does exactly what you’d expect.

WeatherBug- delivers a solid experience across a range of networks, including Android, Blackberry, iPhone, Windows Mobile and Nokia, PC Magazine said

Worldmate- Rated Excellent a personal travel assistant in your pocket. Worldmate Live will manage your full itinerary, including travel arrangements and business meetings and will ensure a smooth trip by pushing alerts regarding imminent events like flight delays, said the editor’s Review, ZDNet.co.uk  This app also has LinkedIn travel contacts, flight schedules/statuses, local search information powered by Yelp, a tip calculator with a global tipping guide, a currency converter with exchange rate updates, maps, a five-day world
forecast, a world clock and much more.

Two Team System

Ask yourself why you start your own business and first find what is your WHY?

We need more entrepreneurial who understand 1099 for our economic growth and  individuals taking a great  decision to start their own business and finding the great idea that already made for them the company have integrity and heart for the people.

This is a binary system, (The best analogy is like a basketball team you have team A & Team B and one coach)

And this is  sharing business and easy to understand if you are willing to put 2 to 3 hours a week with your spare time. What you need to do is make a list of the people that you love to be with hunging out.

First find your WHY?

….. Time with family

……Be debt free

……College education for children

……Retirement

…..Charity with your choice

If is this your Why? This company create fun, freedom, fulfillment and time with your family.

Do not put off living to next month, next year or next decade. The only time you are  ever living is in this moment.

Thank you for your time.

 

 

 

Traveler’s Life= Air

To flights that lasted longer than six hours. Although some doctors will even  tell you there is an increased risk with flights lasting longer than four hours.

Department of Health and  the World Health Organization still state that prolonged immobility during travel increases your risk for DVT. (Deep Venous thrombosis) is the formation of a blood clot in a vein that is deep inside a part of the body, usually the legs.

This is why travelers are encouraged to get up and move around at least once every hour. There are some simple and inexpensive ways to be preventive:

* Wear compression socks or stocking- it helps increase circulation in legs and feet during the flight.

*Avoid wearing short, tight socks or crossing your legs for long periods- cuts off blood flow in deep arteries & veins.

*Wear loose clothing.

* Drink plenty of fluids and electrolytes.

* Avoid dehydrating fluids, like coffee and alcohol- dehydration causes blood to thicken and vessels to narrow.

On your next flight, stay hydrated, avoid alcohol, leave the sleeping pills at home and most important, move around as much as possible during your flight!

 

Take Charge of your future

Build your on future success with your own business..

You are not alone in this business, you have the support that you needed.

Training, website and much more!  Siginificant income possible :-)

Increase your Bottom line

“Someone is sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago”   – Warren Buffet–

What will you do today to improve your business tomorrow? By investing 18 minutes of your time you will learn how to increase your bottom line and reap the benefits of employee retention productivity and decreased absenteeism. Let us help you and show you exactly how does it work and help your employee more productive & creative. We have an employee benefit program that is really helpful & help them smile.  :-)

Start Small and Simply

When you begin to be rate yourself, pretend you’re someone else;  someone you really care about (!) and talk to you the way you’d talk to them.  Praise yourself.  Find what’s good about you and take note of it.  Be your own best friend.  It might sound corny, but it works.  Love yourself and you become more loveable.  Your life improves and you have more to give and more to get.  The crazy thing is that it utterly and completely changes the quality of your life.

When you start to pick up the phone and doubt that anyone would want to hear from you, instead tell yourself that you have something of  tremendous value to offer  and wonder about whose life will change for the better because they’ve encountered you.  When you start the spin about whether you’re good enough to earn big paychecks, remember the good things about you and choose differently.  When you start to compare yourself to everyone else who seems to be way better and more capable than you are, remember that they got where they are by overcoming their fears and doubts.  That’s your work too.

You see people who live in the same town, doing the same business and some get rich while others just get by.  What’s the difference?  Is it luck?  Chance?  No.  It’s how they think, what they expect.  That’s what changes everything.

Unique business opportunity

This is a unique business opportunity that can make you significant additional income with just a couple of hours a week, alongside what you are currently doing.

IF WORKING FULL TIME ALREADY:  Then great! You are just the kind of person we are looking for: hardworking and driven.  The most successful people are already employed and then earn additional income on the side with just a couple hours a week. Plus it’s fun and exciting!

Travel Etiquette 101: China & South Africa

When traversing the globe, we should never forget that we are guests in the
countries we visit. Acting respectfully of the local customs is not just
preferred but expected. so you should be prepared and know which actions are
acceptable. With that in mind, here are general etiquette introductions to China
and South Africa.

China

Bow Now? While bowing slightly from the shoulders is a popular way to respectfully greet
someone, shaking the person’s hand is also acceptable if that person initiates
the hand-to-hand contact. Their handshake may be gentle, so respond in a gentle
manner. Also, when meeting a group of people, you should address the most
senior person first.

Last is First –Respect and formality are important in China,
so address someone with their title and surname, which is their first name when
they were introduced to you. For example, international basketball star Yao
Ming would be addressed as Mr. Yao, since Yao
is his surname.

Saving Face –Public displays of emotion are frowned upon in China,
since self-control and self-respect—two concepts behind “mianzi,’ or the public
face one puts forth—are held in high regard. If someone appears shy or aloof
when speaking with you, it is a sign of respect, not unfriendliness.

Hold Your Hand
Hands do not play a part in Chinese conversation, so do not gesticulate wildly
when conversing. Yet hands do come into play when two same-sex friends are in
public, for you’ll often find them holding hands. Do not mistake this as a
public display of affection, which is not tolerated. Additional hand-related
no-nos: don’t put your hand in your mouth, bite your nails or point with your
index finger—a

Table Manners –Forget what your mother told you, for burping, slurping and talking with your
mouth full are all acceptable and, in some cases, signs of gratitude.

South  Africa

Respect the Community– Since South Africa
is a very multi-cultural nation, citizens form tight bonds within their
families, tribes and communities, so never show disrespect to the greater
group.

Dress for the Greens– While most occasions call for informal dress in South Africa, one place where jeans are not allowed is at the golf course. Another thing that is looked down upon during a
round of golf is skipping the halfway house, which is a small restaurant
golfers visit after the ninth hole for a drink and a snack. Even if you’re not
hungry, other golfers find it rude to skip this pivotal break.

Voice Volume –  Speak at a normal tone if you want to keep the conversation civil, and keep your hands out of your pockets while speaking,
since this is considered rude.

 

 

business opportunity

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The tremendous growth and  interest in network marketing/home business opportunities has lead to many new companies springing up and competing against time-tested, older MLM companies. If you’re thinking of starting a home business, There is a way to live a better life….