Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Open up to opportunities

 life is constantly presenting us with opportunities. Every moment something new, wonderful, and exciting  awaits us. Around the next conner may be the most important customer of your career. At the other end of the phone may be the love of your life or the perfect job offer. But for any of this to occur, you must open up to the opportunities that come your way.

Opportunities are all around us, but we must open our eyes and minds to see them. Opening up to opportunities means we must embrace diversity of thought, accept opinions different from our own, and overcome the biases we've adopted through our lives. We can use techniques like the five-Second Opportunity detector to get past out own mental limits and open up to the opportunities presented by through others.

Embracing change usually requires that we step out of our comfort zone and do things we've never tried before.

Now imagine what would happen if you closed your mind to all these opportunities. You'd still be using a rotary telephone and doing business by fax and snail mail. It would take days or weeks to make changes in your company's products. You might not benefit from the latest medical treatments because you weren't interested in any " newfangled " medicine. In the same way you need to open up to the opportunities represented by the technological innovations that surround you constantly, it's even more important that you open up to the people and ideas you encounter on a daily basis. We have to open ourselves up to the opportunities that live constantly presents to us and embrace the changes that come our ways. If we do so, then we find ourselves growing-almost without having to think about it.


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Friday, February 8, 2013

Building Social Commerce Through Social Network

The Next Social Commerce Network


This type of business model has never been done before, nor has the Social/Mobile offering that Solavei will bring to market in September 2012. Outside industry experts say that this new model of Social Commerce has the potential of changing the way global businesses operate, by shifting billions of dollars from big advertising firms into the hands of everyday people.

Standing on the stage of Solavei’s private pre-launch event in Bellevue, Sue Nokes, SVP of Asurion and former COO and CCO of T-Mobile, as she reflected on the Beatles song, "Revolution", stated,

"I see Solavei as this generation’s next Walmart."


While Facebook touts close to 900 MILLION members, their business model supports the mining (or gathering) of personal information from its members, and then selling it to big advertisers, who, in turn, share in the profits with Facebook. Solavei’s business model is VERY different.

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If the people share the message, the people should get PAID, not just the advertisers or big businesses. It’s time for the people’s voices to have a value and Solavei sees that as the best win-win scenario possible. A revolution? YES!

 Want to know How Social Commerce Effect People's Life.....