by M. G. Rush, Guest writer, In5D.com The term is believed to have originated in the mid 1800s. It means: trick, scam, grift, or hustle. The definition according to uslegal.com is: “Confidence game is an attempt to defraud a person or a group by gaining their confidence. The method is usually adopted to obtain money […]
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by Rich Fiori, Guest writer, In5D,.com Newtonian Gravity Gravity isn't what we think it is. Newton defined gravity in terms of an attractive force proportional to the combined object masses that declined proportionally with the distance between two bodies. We visualize this as if the two bodies actually have something inside them that makes them […]
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Naviers' Ultrasonic Pest Repeller
We are all annoyed by pests at our home, restaurant, stores, garage, and any other indoor space, aren't we? They are around our pets, food, and children. Let's stop this with Naviers' Ultrasonic Pest Repeller. Just plug them in and let them do the rest! Your Place will be free of all insects and rodents 24/7.
– Repels annoying Roaches, Mice, Flies, Spiders, Rats, and other bugs from your places
– Ultrasonic Frequency: 22-65 [KHz]
– Power range: AC90-250 [V], Standard Wall Plug-In
– Power usage: < 5~6 [W]
– Pet & Child friendly
– Indoor Use Only
1) This repeller performs the best when it is installed at least 11 inches vertically above the ground.
2) Make sure that repeller is not placed right behind curtain, bookshelf, fridge, TV and any other furniture that prevent the ultrasonic wave from propagating properly.
3) It is normal that mice and pests can be seen more often in the beginning of the use. This mean that they don't like the ultrasonic wave that the repellent is generating therefore disappearing from the place where the products are installed.
4) This device should keep working about 3~4 weeks before the maximum effect.
5) Please use several devices at large open space and several rooms to increase the coverage and the effect.
-6x Ultrasonic Pest Repellers
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by Michael H Hallett, Guest writer, In5D.com Most of the tools in this series are just like tools in a mechanics’ toolbox. You get them out when you need them to perform a specific task. In the next couple of articles, I’d like to discuss some tools that have a more general use. They’re like […]
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This is an excerpt from Skillsets of Evolution A 4 Month Training of Advanced Spiritual Development http://skillsets.iamavatar.org/ We are all part of a collective consciousness made up of billions of human souls who have all agreed to experience life in this Earth dimension. We are cohered through a consciousness model that is sustained by basic […]
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Take your workout to another level with the Powerbeats3 wireless earphones, featuring a long battery life to last through multiple workouts and Secure-fit ear hooks to maximize comfort and stability. Sweat and water resistance provides trusted durability and dual-driver acoustics deliver dynamic sound to power your workout.
By Brian Engard
Setting the right price for your product can be difficult. Setting a price too high might mean low sales, while setting a price too low could cause you to operate at a loss. Economists use a tool called the market demand curve in order to predict the demand for a product relative to price and supply.
Why the Market Demand Curve Is Important
The cost and available supply for a product have a profound effect on the demand for that product. By plotting a market demand curve for your product, you can predict the effect of price fluctuations on the demand for your product and set your price accordingly. Setting your price on the optimal point on the market demand curve means higher profits and more sales at the right price.
What Is the Market Demand Curve?
Economists and marketers use the market demand schedule to help set prices, determine how much of a given product to put on the market and make other decisions about supply and sales. The market demand schedule is a table that shows the relationship between price and demand for a given good.
To make it easier to see the relationship, many economists plot the market demand schedule into a graph, called the market demand curve. Generally speaking, the market demand curve is a downward slope; that is, as price increases, demand decreases. The reverse of this is also true; as price decreases, demand increases. The job of someone providing a product is to find the “sweet spot” on the demand curve: the point at which price and demand are both optimal. The market demand curve can be used to find this point.
Supply also has an effect on a product’s price and market demand. When supply is short, price is driven up and demand generally increases. When supply is abundant, price comes down and demand decreases. The supply of a product can also have an effect on other, competing products; for example, if corn supply is abundant, the demand for sugar may go down as corn syrup becomes a more cost-effective replacement.
Of course, as an economic model, the market demand curve makes predictions based on all other conditions being equal. In reality, other factors can affect market demand for a product. Customer tastes change, and new information about products can affect demand. For example, if scientists suddenly discovered that saffron could cure Alzheimer’s disease, demand for saffron would likely increase independent of price and supply. Similarly, if a news story explained that a popular car model was prone to spontaneous explosion, demand for that car would decrease. Because of factors like this, the actual demand for a product is rarely as clean or as smooth as the predictive market demand curve, though the market demand curve is still a useful tool for making predictions and decisions.
A notable exception to the typical market demand curve is a Giffen good. Giffen goods are inferior goods for which demand actually increases as price rises. Typically, this occurs for people with low income; for example, if people’s income decreases, they may buy more cheap cans of tomato soup. If the price of the tomato soup rises, people may actually decrease spending elsewhere (such as on expensive foods like steak or shrimp) and spend the income freed up by this on more tomato soup, because it’s more cost-effective relative to other options.
A second exception to the general market demand rule is a Veblen good. The market demand curve for Veblen goods also increases as price increases but, unlike Giffen goods, Veblen goods are very expensive products. Veblen goods violate the typical market demand curve because of the effect of their high price on perceptions of quality and desirability. That is, for some products, a higher price makes the product seem more inherently desirable and prestigious to own.
This effect only occurs at a certain price threshold, though; below that threshold, a Veblen good behaves like a normal good. For example, if a new smartphone is introduced to the market with a high price, the manufacturers may be able to increase the price of that phone and sell more of them, because of a perception of rarity and prestige. If they had introduced the phone with a much lower price, this effect might not occur because of a perception of inferiority.
Becoming a Business Leader
Predicting market demand is just one of many important skills you’ll need to become a leader in business. With an online BBA or online MBA degree from Campbellsville University, you can learn those skills. Study in a flexible, dynamic environment with a schedule that works for your life.
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by Anastacia, Australian Correspondent, In5D.com SURFACING, MANIFEST, POWER ‘We are here to allow the deepest parts of ourselves to rise to the surface – to be seen and shared. The surfacing card comes when we are about to face the challenge of stepping up and stepping out into the world. Whatever it is that is […]
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Disappointments are inevitable in life, so your small business endeavors are no exceptions to this: Your new business failed to generate any profits in the first few months, a lead or referral failed to convert into a business opportunity, a prospective sales meeting turned out to be a dud; a client expressed disappointment with your work, your partner quit, your new campaign failed to generate the necessary buzz… the list simply goes on. How successfully you are able to deal with these negativities, failures, disappointments, and criticisms and still strive to make your small business grow, shows the kind of mindset you possess i.e., either a limited mindset or a growth oriented one. Your resilience would ultimately determine the future directions of your business. 80% of women entrepreneurs end up quitting in the first year of their business because they are unable to cope with difficulties, competitions, disappointments and failure. The 20% who are able to survive and thrive may not be the most innovative and talented ones but are certainly more spirited, tenacious, and resilient than the rest of the lot. Here is what these entrepreneurs do differently than others when it comes to dealing with entrepreneurial struggles, failures, and disappointments:
They Acknowledge their Feelings
Growth oriented women entrepreneurs are more likely to acknowledge their feelings related to failure and display their emotions. They don’t keep things bottled inside till they break. They internalize the process as well as externalizing it in meaningful ways. This unique ability gives them a default advantage of getting over their disappointments and failures more quickly and getting back in the game.
They Seek and Give Support
Mentally strong women entrepreneurs are more likely to talk about their complex feelings related to failure and disappointments in their support circle, and seek emotional support rather than suffering in silence. They use their feminine traits of relationship building, compassion, nurturing, and empathy to build a circle of trust and care, and draw strength from it in times of need. As a result, they are more likely to purge their negative emotions, recover quickly from their disappointments and get back on track.
They Are Unafraid to Ask for and Give Help
Unbound by her ego, a women entrepreneur is not shy and afraid when it comes to asking for help from those who are more knowledgeable and experienced than she is. She understands that asking for help when things go wrong will allow her to resolve the problem quickly, fix mistakes and learn from them, and make quick progress. Likewise, she gives others her time and assistance generously because she believes in spreading good karma and feeding the spirit of abundance in the Universe.
They Look for Solutions, Adjustments and Compromises
A women entrepreneur with a progressive attitude doesn’t possess a “my way or the high way” attitude. She tries to understand her clients’ and partners’ needs, and looks for ways and solutions to accommodate them. She becomes flexible, reassesses her own goals, and looks for newer ways to reach them. She works with the belief that she can help people and can also build a successful business on this principle in the process of helping others.
It takes a lot of spunk to run your business in the real world, to be able to put yourself out there, allow yourself to make mistakes, become vulnerable, open yourself to criticisms and disappointments, be willing to look vulnerable and even stupid, assess where you went wrong and why, and gather the courage to get back up on the horse after a knockdown and get going again as if nothing happened. Over the years, as a serial entrepreneur, I started lots of side businesses; some failed, but many thrived. Had I given up on the initial failures, I wouldn’t have been able to reach where I am today. Resilience and a strong mindset do wonders for you.
I am Luci McMonagle, a Miracles Abundance Coach. I conduct personalized sessions with businesswomen so as to help them recognize the blind spots, self-sabotaging patterns in their businesses and life, and replace them with healthier, more productive attitudes and mindset. Most clients that work with me are able to make positive changes in their mindsets, their work styles and lifestyles, and experience transformative results in a matter of months. My coaching calendar is booked ahead for months by lots of ambitious and spunky women, but new slots open up as well, as I get free. So if you are serious about your business, book a complimentary assessment with me today. We will figure out what you need right now to help your business grow: resources, referrals, or anything else.Reblogged 6 days ago from spiritualnetworks.com