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Five Things You Need to Know about Starting a Small Business

Five Things You Need to Know about Starting a Small Business

Having something to sell is only HALF of what it takes to open a successful business. StickersByYellow is a four-month old business turning a profit. passion project turned profitable If someone had told me these things prior to my launch, I definitely could have been selling more. In this article, I examine the five things you should know before launching your small business. Custom order your stickers here: https://lnkd.in/enDnVvi

How to Improve Your Automated Messaging

How to Improve Your Automated Messaging

As my network on LinkedIn has expanded, I have received more poorly written – and poorly targeted – automated messages.  Below is an article I composed to help improve your brand messaging and convert more leads. https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/how-improve-your-automated-messaging-keats-jabri-pickett #automatedmarketing ##linkedintip #conversionrateoptimization #digitalmarketing  #freelance 

Steps Towards a Healthy Lifestyle

Steps Towards a Healthy Lifestyle

Be Happy & Make Peace: Let go of any insecurities you have, and make peace with the lifestyle you USED to have. The best way for you to start a healthy lifestyle is to be content with everything that has brought you to this point. This is your fresh start; you have conquered every obstacle [...]

Everyday Household Skin Care

Everyday Household Skin Care

Below is an examination of Skincare remedies that include everyday household items. This encompasses reviews of the products, how they were applied and if they cleansed or attacked my skin. At the end of this post, I wrote a small feature on a SECRET EVERYDAY HOUSEHOLD ITEM THAT WORKS WONDERS ON YOUR SKIN. No matter [...]

A How to Guide for Travelling Alone

A How to Guide for Travelling Alone

As my upcoming trip to Iceland and London approaches, I thought it would only be appropriate to write about my experiences travelling by myself. First, let me say this; there is no shame in you travelling, and going on an adventure, by yourself. You are strong and independent, and experiencing things by yourself helps you [...]

A Wine Journal: Weekly Updates

Something Borrowed; Something New Altesino Montosoli DOCG Brunello Montalcino Tuscany, Italy The wine I had the opportunity of tasting – thanks to one of my regulars – was an Italian wine classified as Denominazione di Origine Controllata e Garantita (DOCG). According to Wine-SearcherAltesino Montosoli’s 2006 batch has an average critic score of 93/100 with an average [...]

Falafel: a Gateway to the Politicized Middle East

Falafel: a Gateway to the Politicized Middle East

Food is often described as a facet which works to bind us together, but it can often be the thing that tears people, and nations, apart. Falafel has a deep, convoluted history which includes where it originated, what ingredients are includes and how it is prepared. Due to its Middle Eastern derivation, I would argue [...]