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Rudolph’s Santa is a Toothless Bigot

  This is my granddaughter’s third Christmas which, to me, means that she is now old enough to watch and appreciate all of my favorite holiday classic television shows. She will do this even if I have to glue her to the couch. Those of you...
by jpshaversays on Dec 20, 2016

Rudolph’s Santa is a Toothless Bigot

This is my granddaughter’s third Christmas which, to me, means that she is now old enough to watch and appreciate all of my favorite holiday classic television shows. She will do this even if I have to glue her to the couch. Those of you old en...
by jpshaversays on Dec 15, 2016

The Sunday Currently: Vol. 6

It's the holiday season, you can already feel it. Every morning I have a hard time getting out of bed because it's so cold I don't want to move any bit of muscle. Taking a bath at dawn is also equally difficult; I always feel like I'm being wrapped i...
by helloviellobits! on Dec 11, 2016

2017 Marketing Trends to Keep An Eye On

2016 is on its way out the door. Did you blink? Did you miss it?Worry not, because next year is almost certain to bring as many new possibilities to grow your business through more effective marketing. Before we get it started, though, I wanted to qu...
by Zach Heller Marketing on Dec 8, 2016

The Sunday Currently: Vol. 5

So I'm back to writing my TSC series after almost a month of entering an unintentional blogging hiatus. I had a lot going on in my life recently that blogging or writing is the least that is on my mind. I'm always too tired and sleepy from everyday's...
by helloviellobits! on Dec 4, 2016

Is Donald Trump a Great Marketer?

A rather interesting debate unfolded in my office the other day, and its premise was the question posed in the headline of this post.Before we attempt to answer the question, let me say that this is not political commentary. Regardless of your feelin...
by Zach Heller Marketing on Aug 17, 2016

I Hate Outside

I hate being outside. To me, being outside for even a few minutes, is like enduring a slow, unending and painful torture with no end in sight. Being outside gives me an overwhelming feeling of helplessness and hopelessness. Outside, I haven’t t...
by jpshaversays on Aug 1, 2016

July: My Birth Month

This year, I welcome July with fervor. This is my birth month and I will be celebrating my golden year. Yes, I am turning 50…and I am blessed and I feel awesome. I hope to celebrate it not with fun fare but simply with a child-like atmosphere…a...

July: My Birthday Month

Some Random Thoughts

We have been at sea since yesterday, so I thought that I'd use the time to reflect on some scattered thoughts about this wondrous trip so far. These are presented in no particular order, and if they seem somewhat incoherent it is because I am heavily...
by dawnponders on Jun 14, 2016

Thoughts of the day, Motivational Thoughts for Day

Thoughts of the day, Motivational Thoughts for the Day: Here are some of the best Motivational Thoughts, Quotes and Sayings with Images that you can send and use for your friends and family to inspire and encourage him or her. Motivational Thoughts f...
by Inspirational Quotes on May 23, 2016

Thoughts of the day, Motivational Thoughts for Day

Thoughts of the day, Motivational Thoughts for the Day: Here are some of the best Motivational Thoughts, Quotes and Sayings with Images that you can send and use for your friends and family to inspire and encourage him or her. Motivational Thoughts f...
by Inspiring Quotes on May 23, 2016

My One Word for 2016: GRATITUDE

Since I started blogging in 2014, I came across WotY (Word of the Year. It is a method of choosing one word that will guide you throughout the year. I just scanned it, but never paid much attention to it. Until today when I gave in to a small voice...

Roti and Rice, are they so different?

For the last 30 years or so I am traveling to North and Western Indian states and always I travel in Indian Railways. Every time I meet people from different parts of India. And every time people talk about the differences in the cultures, food, clot...
by Scrapbook- A Travel Blog on Mar 30, 2016

Why Are You Lonely?

I think my friend Katie posted this link on Facebook, and I just couldn’t let it go. The capital letters are annoying but it’s all true. Hello loneliness, my old friend. If you know me, you know that I pretty much am the embodiment of lo...
by That's So Jacob on Mar 4, 2016

Marketing is a Scam

There are a lot of scams out there. One of the largest, yet least talked-about scam of them all is the entire field of marketing.Marketers are all scammers, greedy folks out to convince people to spend money on things they don’t need for reasons th...
by Zach Heller Marketing on Feb 24, 2016

Fun Things to Do on a Rainy Day

When rain comes, everybody gets disappointed, as it ruins any chance of having fun outside. Moreover, the mood will be mostly depressive and good for nothing but sleeping. However, if you have a family willing to have some fun, then you can make even...
by helloviellobits! on Feb 18, 2016

Why Marketers Should Care About Privacy

People the world over are up in arms over the lack of privacy individuals have in the digital age. And while some of what they are saying gets lost in translation, it ultimately boils down to the fact that it seems that no matter what we do, someone...
by Zach Heller Marketing on Feb 4, 2016

What’s Next in Personalization?

Personalization is an interesting topic in the marketing world. Strategies and techniques for personalizing products and messaging have been around for what seems now like forever. But still, it’s new enough that many consumers are not fully comfor...
by Zach Heller Marketing on Jan 27, 2016

God is With You in All That You Do

The picture was taken last January 10, 2016 along Gil Puyat Ave, Clark, PampangaSince last week, we’ve been worrying for the outcome of our company activity for today and tomorrow. With all the documents to prepare and the last minute changes…som...


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