Adam Horwitz and Tim Donovan’s slogan for Local Mobile Monopoly is “The Next Massive Cash Wave of Mobile!” There’s no doubt that this product launch has already been very successful and from what I can tell will continue. Having been on the market less than a week, the response has been outstanding.
In celebration of my last chemo treatment, I planned to accompany my sister, Kathy, on a road trip to Florida. She had recently purchased a condo in Clearwater, and she wanted to shop for furniture.
Have your music player ready wherever you are. Play romantic tunes when she’s around to set the mood – in the car, in your home, in your room. If you have a special song, be sure to have that in your playlist. Let the music play from the time you pick her up to the time you spend quiet, intimate time together. Get her all sweet and pliant for a night of loving.
Let’s say a family lives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and, sick and tired of the horrible winter they have been having, decides to visit Myrtle Beach, SC for a long weekend. They have never been to Myrtle Beach before so once they are settled into their hotel room, they decide they want to find a good family Seminyak Dinner near me.
I figure in this situation – not really knowing the guy, his motivations, or if this was typical behavior – there was two ways to analyze for advice: either glass half empty or glass half full. Being the optimistic person I try to be, I decided to go with the glass half full option.
It’s so much easier to make decisions once you’re clear about the basic values that make you feel the most authentic. *Email Katie for a core values worksheet.
Alternative Halloween Experiences Because of bad behavior on the part of adults and adolescents, the safety of young trick or treaters in some communities has forced officials to ban door to door costumed fun. In other cases parents have acted to tone down neighborhood visits. In either instances many communities have developed alternative Halloween activities. In some towns, downtown merchants set aside a time frame during daylight hours to allow kids in costume to stop by with parents to pick up a candy treat. It is good PR for the stores and a safe and fun Halloween experience for kids many of whom prefer to walk around in the daylight hours anyway.
Adam and Tim claim that small businesses will pay $1,000/month for such a service. Where I live, I don’t know that would be true. But maybe $400 or $500 per month would not be out of the question. They would have you believe that you are going to be instantly successful with very little effort and I seriously doubt that is true. There is no magic bullet that once you shoot it you will be instantly successful. Without effort, there is no success.