Many people seem to think that reading books or articles such as this will change their lives for the better. Strange as it may sound and as funny as the idea is.Would you go buy some bookshelves from Ikea (or where ever) unpack the wood, screws and glue, sit and read the instructions and expect the bookshelf magically build itself? No of course not so what makes you think that by reading (and only reading) self-help information life is going to change.You have to DO because no one is going to do it for you.
You must also qualify as a prospective buyer. The reason for this is the same as looking for a house: A broker is not going to waste theirs or a seller’s time on a prospective ‘buyer’ that does not have two dimes to rub together. Be prepared to divulge your financial status with documented proof and sign a non-disclosure statement as well. Of course, you are prepared to put down 50% of the purchase price, and have plenty of working capital, right?
Use The Overkill Principle, From Sports and School. If you have a school test or sports competition coming up, what made you feel relatively comfortable and confident going into the event? Overdoing your preparation with extremely hard practice and training. If you barely practiced, you had a genuine reason to be very nervous–you were NOT ready! The same is true for a speech.
Convenience is a factor too. You walk in, tell them what you want – no matter how odd or complicated – and they’ll put it together for you. It’s perfect for the non-fat, soy, single pump, half decaf crowd, but if you just want a little caffeine to wake you up, why go to that trouble? You can put your cup in and press start and in less than five minutes, while showering even, have your coffee ready for the morning commute.
If you like coffee and spend a lot of time at cafes, why not open a coffee shop? Maybe you have been thinking of starting business for some time but don’t know how to get started in the coffee business. Well, it isn’t that hard to get started, the hard part is making it profitable enough to make it worthwhile. Anyone can open a coffee shop but most new outlets close up after several month.
They charge sky high prices. They take what seems like an eternity to show up at your locked door. Then they massacre your beautiful mahogany door that you paid a fortune for. I don’t think any of it is good news. Well, thats why I’m writing this article so that we can avoid seeing the locksmith.
Starbucks is as consistent as they come. They use the same coffee in every store everywhere you go. You get the same cup of coffee almost every time, unless your Barista is entirely incompetent. Those machines are big and expensive for a reason; they’re mostly automated. At home, you can choose whatever variations you want. If you want to try something different every couple of weeks, you’re more than able to, and the difference in cost is negligible because a bag of ground coffee at .99 is still less than you’d spend in a week at Starbucks and it will last you much longer with your single cup brewing method.
I can’t do any of these things, I don’t even have a window I can climb through! So I have to turn to the art of lock-picking. I get locked out of my house often so i learned how to pick my lock! Of course any lock picking advice is for personal use only, like for when you forget your keys at home.