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Memes, Target, and True: You can have all the degrees in the world but if you don't have a hustlers mentality, ambition, and Common Sense you'll be lost I find that business owners often wish that they had no competition. . Businesses usually are thinking that with no competition, the entire market for their product or service will be theirs. I don’t think that is the case – especially for newstartups that have truly innovative products and services. . Here’s why: Competition validates your idea You know you have a good idea when other people are coming up with similar products or services. Competition validates the market and the fact that there are most likely customers for your new product. This also means that the costs of marketing and educating your market goes down. . Competition helps educate your target market. . Being first-to-market can be a huge advantage, but that also means that you will have to spend way more than the 2nd-to-market player to educate the market about your new widget, your new solution to a problem, your new approach to services. This is especially true for businesses that are extremely innovative. These first-to-market businesses will be facing customers that didn’t know that there was a solution to the their problem. These potential customers might not even know that they have a problem that can be solved in a better way. These first-to-market companies will have an uphill battle to educate consumers – an often expensive and time consuming process. The 2nd-to-market will enjoy all the benefits of an educated marketplace without the large marketing expense. . Competition pushes you Businesses that have little or no competition become stagnant. Customers have few alternatives to choose from, so there is no incentive to innovate. Constant competition ensures that your marketplace continues to evolve and that your product offering continues to evolve with it. . Competition forces focus & differentiation . Without competition, it’s easy to lose focus on your core business and your core customers and start expanding into areas that don’t serve your best customers. Competition forces you and your business to figure out how to be different than your competition, how you can focus on your customers. In the long-term, competition will help you build a better business. πŸ“· @timkarsliyev -
Memes, Target, and True: You can
 have all the
 degrees in the
 world but if
 you don't have
 a hustlers
 mentality,
 ambition, and
 Common Sense
 you'll be lost
I find that business owners often wish that they had no competition. . Businesses usually are thinking that with no competition, the entire market for their product or service will be theirs. I don’t think that is the case – especially for newstartups that have truly innovative products and services. . Here’s why: Competition validates your idea You know you have a good idea when other people are coming up with similar products or services. Competition validates the market and the fact that there are most likely customers for your new product. This also means that the costs of marketing and educating your market goes down. . Competition helps educate your target market. . Being first-to-market can be a huge advantage, but that also means that you will have to spend way more than the 2nd-to-market player to educate the market about your new widget, your new solution to a problem, your new approach to services. This is especially true for businesses that are extremely innovative. These first-to-market businesses will be facing customers that didn’t know that there was a solution to the their problem. These potential customers might not even know that they have a problem that can be solved in a better way. These first-to-market companies will have an uphill battle to educate consumers – an often expensive and time consuming process. The 2nd-to-market will enjoy all the benefits of an educated marketplace without the large marketing expense. . Competition pushes you Businesses that have little or no competition become stagnant. Customers have few alternatives to choose from, so there is no incentive to innovate. Constant competition ensures that your marketplace continues to evolve and that your product offering continues to evolve with it. . Competition forces focus & differentiation . Without competition, it’s easy to lose focus on your core business and your core customers and start expanding into areas that don’t serve your best customers. Competition forces you and your business to figure out how to be different than your competition, how you can focus on your customers. In the long-term, competition will help you build a better business. πŸ“· @timkarsliyev -

I find that business owners often wish that they had no competition. . Businesses usually are thinking that with no competition, the entire ...

Empire, Ethiopians, and Memes: Somalians have had to fight the Italians British, French, Cubans, Ethiopians &more because everyone wants control of Somalia BARTAMAHA, COM chakabars Colonialism of Somalia πŸ‡ΈπŸ‡΄ : 1840-1960 Between 1840 and 1886, the British East India Company established a series of trade treaties with various Somali chiefs. Italy also had a hand in the early establishment of Somalia and marked out the boundaries of Italian Somaliland in the south between 1897 and 1908. Ethiopia claimed the Ogaden region of western Somaliland in 1897. The first uprising against colonialism occurred when Somalis sought to push the Ethiopians out of the Ogaden region but then expanded to target European colonists as well. The Dervish State, headed Mohammed Abdille Hassan, an Ogaden himself who the British referred to as β€œMad Mullah,” conducted a religious-based war of resistance against the Ethiopians and British from 1899 to 1920, resulting in the death of nearly one third of northern Somalia’s population. Great Britain defeated Hassan in 1920. Italy maintained control of Italian Somaliland as a part of its African empire (including Ethiopia and Eritrea) until 1941. During WWII Great Britain also took over these areas and ruled them as military protectorates until 1949, at which time the newly formed United Nations granted Italy a trusteeship over most of present-day Somalia. The British maintained a trusteeship over what is today the self-declared state of Somaliland. While the Italians dedicated significant effort towards developing their colony, Great Britain took a more hands-off approach to governance, leaving more responsibility in the hands of local leaders but also providing less by way of infrastructure. These distinctions are often cited as underpinnings of the incompatibility that would arise between the two areas. This colonial history, in addition to other dynamics, is also seen to play a role in the subsequent, contrasting levels of stability of Somalia and Somaliland. chakabars
Empire, Ethiopians, and Memes: Somalians have had to fight the Italians
 British, French, Cubans, Ethiopians &more
 because everyone wants control of Somalia
 BARTAMAHA, COM
 chakabars
Colonialism of Somalia πŸ‡ΈπŸ‡΄ : 1840-1960 Between 1840 and 1886, the British East India Company established a series of trade treaties with various Somali chiefs. Italy also had a hand in the early establishment of Somalia and marked out the boundaries of Italian Somaliland in the south between 1897 and 1908. Ethiopia claimed the Ogaden region of western Somaliland in 1897. The first uprising against colonialism occurred when Somalis sought to push the Ethiopians out of the Ogaden region but then expanded to target European colonists as well. The Dervish State, headed Mohammed Abdille Hassan, an Ogaden himself who the British referred to as β€œMad Mullah,” conducted a religious-based war of resistance against the Ethiopians and British from 1899 to 1920, resulting in the death of nearly one third of northern Somalia’s population. Great Britain defeated Hassan in 1920. Italy maintained control of Italian Somaliland as a part of its African empire (including Ethiopia and Eritrea) until 1941. During WWII Great Britain also took over these areas and ruled them as military protectorates until 1949, at which time the newly formed United Nations granted Italy a trusteeship over most of present-day Somalia. The British maintained a trusteeship over what is today the self-declared state of Somaliland. While the Italians dedicated significant effort towards developing their colony, Great Britain took a more hands-off approach to governance, leaving more responsibility in the hands of local leaders but also providing less by way of infrastructure. These distinctions are often cited as underpinnings of the incompatibility that would arise between the two areas. This colonial history, in addition to other dynamics, is also seen to play a role in the subsequent, contrasting levels of stability of Somalia and Somaliland. chakabars

Colonialism of Somalia πŸ‡ΈπŸ‡΄ : 1840-1960 Between 1840 and 1886, the British East India Company established a series of trade treaties with vari...

Children, Friday, and Memes: Tweet NBC News @NBC News NBC NEWS BREAKING: The U.S. has launched a missile strike on a Syrian military airfield where the gas attack is believed to have originated 4/6/17, 6:17 PM 1,685 RETWEETS 657 LIKES This is not a JOKE. The official FOXNEWS report is below: DEVELOPING – The United States launched dozens of cruise missiles at a Syrian airfield early Friday in response to a chemical weapons attack that killed dozens of civilians, the first direct assault on the Damascus government since the beginning of that country's bloody civil war in 2011. At least 50 U.S. Tomahawk missiles targeted an airbase at Shayrat, located outside Homs. It is believed that the base was used as the staging point for Tuesday's chemical weapons attack on rebel-held territory, which killed as many as 72 civilians, including women and children. The use of Tomahawk missiles meant that the strikes did not target air defense systems manned by Russian troops. The Assad regime is strongly backed by Russia and Iran. U.S. defense officials tell Fox that two warships based in the eastern Mediterranean, the USS Porter and the USS Ross, have been training for the past two days to execute this mission. β€œOur forward deployed ships give us the capability to quickly respond to threats," said a Navy official. "These strikes in Syria are a perfect example - this is why we're there." The original plans called for two targets, the airbase and a chemical weapons storage facility. However, Pentagon planners decided late Thursday to target just the airbase. Sens. John McCain, R-Ariz., and Lindsay Graham, R-S.C., expressed support for the strike, saying in a joint statement that "the United States will no longer stand idly by as Assad, aided and abetted by Putin’s Russia, slaughters innocent Syrians with chemical weapons and barrel bombs."
Children, Friday, and Memes: Tweet
 NBC News
 @NBC News
 NBC NEWS
 BREAKING: The U.S. has launched a
 missile strike on a Syrian military airfield
 where the gas attack is believed to have
 originated
 4/6/17, 6:17 PM
 1,685
 RETWEETS
 657
 LIKES
This is not a JOKE. The official FOXNEWS report is below: DEVELOPING – The United States launched dozens of cruise missiles at a Syrian airfield early Friday in response to a chemical weapons attack that killed dozens of civilians, the first direct assault on the Damascus government since the beginning of that country's bloody civil war in 2011. At least 50 U.S. Tomahawk missiles targeted an airbase at Shayrat, located outside Homs. It is believed that the base was used as the staging point for Tuesday's chemical weapons attack on rebel-held territory, which killed as many as 72 civilians, including women and children. The use of Tomahawk missiles meant that the strikes did not target air defense systems manned by Russian troops. The Assad regime is strongly backed by Russia and Iran. U.S. defense officials tell Fox that two warships based in the eastern Mediterranean, the USS Porter and the USS Ross, have been training for the past two days to execute this mission. β€œOur forward deployed ships give us the capability to quickly respond to threats," said a Navy official. "These strikes in Syria are a perfect example - this is why we're there." The original plans called for two targets, the airbase and a chemical weapons storage facility. However, Pentagon planners decided late Thursday to target just the airbase. Sens. John McCain, R-Ariz., and Lindsay Graham, R-S.C., expressed support for the strike, saying in a joint statement that "the United States will no longer stand idly by as Assad, aided and abetted by Putin’s Russia, slaughters innocent Syrians with chemical weapons and barrel bombs."

This is not a JOKE. The official FOXNEWS report is below: DEVELOPING – The United States launched dozens of cruise missiles at a Syrian airf...

Fall, Instagram, and Love: Fall in lovc with souls not faces. Instagram: @DailyDose 1. Mania – Manic love is almost not a love at all. The word β€œlust” is probably not strong enough – β€œobsession” is closer to the word. This is the love of possession. . 2. Eros – Eros is obviously the root word for β€œerotic,” but it does not describe sexual love only, it actually describes all emotional love; the feeling of love. Eros love is that insatiable desire to be near the target of this love. The exciting, passionate, nervous feelings that sweep over people in the appropriate circumstances. This is the love that says β€œI love how you make me feel.” . 3. Philos – Philos love, or brotherly-friendship love, is the next kind we will look at. Philos describes the love between two people who have common interests and experiences, or a fondness for. . 4. Storgy – We will not spend much time here; storgy is the love one has for a dependent. It is commonly called β€œmotherly love.” It is entirely based on the relationship between the β€œlover” and the β€œlovee.” When the dependent is no longer dependent, this love remains only in its emotional remnants. It is one of the stronger loves, because it involves a commitment that relies on only one trait of the receiver – that he or she is dependent. . 5. Agapeo – Agape love is the final of the five loves we look at here. Agape love is entirely about the lover, and has nothing whatsoever to do with the one loved. Agape love, in its purest form, requires no payment or favor in response. @chrislegg20
Fall, Instagram, and Love: Fall in lovc
 with souls
 not faces.
 Instagram: @DailyDose
1. Mania – Manic love is almost not a love at all. The word β€œlust” is probably not strong enough – β€œobsession” is closer to the word. This is the love of possession. . 2. Eros – Eros is obviously the root word for β€œerotic,” but it does not describe sexual love only, it actually describes all emotional love; the feeling of love. Eros love is that insatiable desire to be near the target of this love. The exciting, passionate, nervous feelings that sweep over people in the appropriate circumstances. This is the love that says β€œI love how you make me feel.” . 3. Philos – Philos love, or brotherly-friendship love, is the next kind we will look at. Philos describes the love between two people who have common interests and experiences, or a fondness for. . 4. Storgy – We will not spend much time here; storgy is the love one has for a dependent. It is commonly called β€œmotherly love.” It is entirely based on the relationship between the β€œlover” and the β€œlovee.” When the dependent is no longer dependent, this love remains only in its emotional remnants. It is one of the stronger loves, because it involves a commitment that relies on only one trait of the receiver – that he or she is dependent. . 5. Agapeo – Agape love is the final of the five loves we look at here. Agape love is entirely about the lover, and has nothing whatsoever to do with the one loved. Agape love, in its purest form, requires no payment or favor in response. @chrislegg20

1. Mania – Manic love is almost not a love at all. The word β€œlust” is probably not strong enough – β€œobsession” is closer to the word. This i...