Teach Yourself to Love a New Food by Adding a Dash of Fat, Sugar, or Salt

Life’s too short to be constantly weighing, measuring, nibbling and gagging over food you’d rather not be eating, Every time we turn on the TV or listen to the radio, we’re told to eliminate something else in our diet that has always been promoted as healthy in the past. A host of slick marketing techniques… Read More Teach Yourself to Love a New Food by Adding a Dash of Fat, Sugar, or Salt

Create Incentive to Keep a Tidier Home by Inviting People over More Often

Being an anti-social homebody is hardly the way to motivate yourself to keep a tidy home. After all, what is the point in cleaning things up for yourself? However, stop and think about how many times you’ve gotten that dreaded phone call or text message that someone was coming over only to look around your… Read More Create Incentive to Keep a Tidier Home by Inviting People over More Often

How to Use Curated Content to Know Your Customers Better

The Internet is arguably one the most important inventions of all time. Today, it’s the major information hub with majority of the world’s population taking what they read on the Internet as the absolute truth. While that is not entirely true, a lot of content is created to educate, inform and transform certain target groups… Read More How to Use Curated Content to Know Your Customers Better

How to Argue With a Customer . . . and Live Happily Ever After

All through the ages, customers were always right, and nothing has changed in the 21st century, and the customers are still always right. To stay on the right side of the customer, one thing is for sure, you have to know your field. After common sense, specialized knowledge in one’s field is the second most… Read More How to Argue With a Customer . . . and Live Happily Ever After