• September 10, 2021

The CBD industry is projected to grow immensely

Industry analyst BDS Analytics predicts the U.S. CBD market will reach $20 billion in sales by 2024. This would be a major surge from $1.9 billion in 2018 (a 49% annual growth rate). Needless to say, society is growing more open-minded and accepting of CBD. Many individuals are turning to it for pain relief, stress…

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Customer Benefits

Choosing the five words that quickly and easily describe the customer benefits your business offers is one of the best ways to transform a casual question into an opportunity to cultivate a loyal new customer. For example, if you create wedding stationery, your five words might be “stunning,” “magical,” “memorable,” “romantic” and “timeless.” You create…

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Businesses use technology to pivot during pandemic

Small retail boutiques are known for carrying unique and one-of-a-kind items. They are not typically known for selling online to a mass market, but that does not mean they cannot be successful doing so when a pandemic causes an economic shutdown, for example. Elizabeth “Liz” Eckert, owner of Bella Boutique, 2805 West White Oaks Dr.,…

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Follow Your Passion to Find The Correct Business

In the next few weeks, thousands of bright-eyed, ambitious graduates will walk out of the hallowed halls of institutions of higher learning and into the larger world. Among these graduates will be the next generation of innovators, founders, entrepreneurs and small business owners. These adventurers, some armed with well-defined business plans and others with nothing…

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Instructions to Determine Your Lawful Business Structure

Before you can enroll your organization, you need to choose what sort of element it is. Your business structure legitimately influences everything from how you document your expenses to your own obligation if something turns out badly. Sole ownership. In the event that you own the business totally without anyone else and plan to be…

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Why Your Songs Sound Boring And How To Avoid That

The music you write is too bland? There is no “bite” to your songs? There is no “struggle” in your art? Lots of composers and songwriters think that their music is missing a certain “X factor” to make it special. What can you do to make your art more interesting and relevant? This is a…

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How About The Music?

Start by identifying the antagonist in vocal songs (it’s easier there). Three common situation are when the antagonist is an ex-lover (say, “Rolling in the Deep” by Adele) or a present, undecided lover (“Should I Stay Or Should I Go” by the Clash), or a desired future lover (yeah, you’re not the first one to…

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How To Write A Meaningful, Complete Song

Does it ever happen to you to put together great little musical idea, but you have no clue on how to continue it? Once you have the perfect melody, what do you do with that? How can you write something else that really works with it? This seems to be THE issue that affects most…

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