Thinking outside the box: Be open to doing things differently with your business

OPINION: Many years ago I read a very helpful book on business.

It said that no matter what you are doing right now, you should assume there is always a better way of doing it.

It also pointed out that unless you are open to the idea that there is a better way to do something you will usually not see it.

Most people in business do not look for a better way to do things because they are trapped in their own box and their own box is how they ‘normally’ do business.

* Real Life Business Lessons: Being brilliant on the basics is a great way to find success
* The lawnmower marketing lesson: There is always a way to get better results
* Real Life Business Lessons: Use polite persistence and always look for opportunities
* Finding a ‘better way’ to market and promote your

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Online Customers A New Trend Amid Pandemic?

Chipotle created a new type of restaurant Wednesday, but guests can’t sit and eat at this new “ghost kitchen.”

The California-based Mexican food chain has a new location to only offer pickup and delivery options after online orders became the new normal during the pandemic. 

The Chipotle Digital Kitchen’s first location opened over the weekend in Highland Falls, New York. The company wants to increase sales in “nontraditional locations,” according to the Washington Post.

“The Digital Kitchen incorporates innovative features that will complement our rapidly growing digital business while delivering a convenient and frictionless experience for our guests,” Chipotle’s chief technology officer Curt Garner said.

“With digital sales tripling year over year last quarter, consumers are demanding more digital access than ever before,” he continued. 

Everything in the restaurant will be normal, except for the fact that customers can’t go in and order, nor can they sit down. Customers will

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AP College Football Poll 2020: Complete Week 12 Rankings Revealed | Bleacher Report

Wisconsin tight end Jake Ferguson (84) celebrates his touchdown with wide receiver Danny Davis III (7) in the third quarter of the team's NCAA college football game against Michigan in Ann Arbor, Mich., Saturday, Nov. 14, 2020. Wisconsin won 49-11. (AP Photo/Tony Ding)

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A relatively quiet week of college football led to little movement in the latest Associated Press poll, setting up plenty of drama as the season nears its end. 

The biggest story of the week was the spread of COVID-19 leading to postponements in the SEC and canceled games in the Big Ten. It left teams like Alabama, Ohio State and Texas A&M inactive while Clemson already had a scheduled week off.

The teams that did play mostly lived up to expectations, with Notre Dame and Florida each winning by double digits.

Here is how Saturday’s action shaped the latest Top 25 going into Week 12.


AP Poll

1. Alabama

2. Notre Dame

3. Ohio State

4. Clemson

5. Texas A&M

6. Florida

7. Cincinnati

8. BYU

9. Indiana

10. Wisconsin

11. Oregon

12. Miami (Florida)

13. Georgia

14. Oklahoma State

15. Coastal Carolina

16. Marshall

17. Iowa

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Kelley Kronenberg Settles Pay, Visa Fight With Italian Atty

Law360 (November 13, 2020, 2:52 PM EST) — Kelley Kronenberg LLP and an Italian attorney have settled claims that the firm bungled the attorney’s visa to work in the U.S. then neglected to pay him for nine months of work while living abroad.

Alberto Polimeni told the Florida federal court Thursday that he has reached a tentative resolution with the law firm. In his notice to the court, Polimeni said the parties plan to complete the non-monetary settlement details within 60 days, at which point they expect to dismiss the case and submit approval documents for the settlement.

On Friday, U.S. District Judge Cecilia M. Altonaga ordered the case…

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AI Business Matching At Autumn Sourcing Week

The Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) is
running Autumn Sourcing Week | ONLINE (ASWO) from 16 to 27
November, featuring the latest products from different
industries including electronics, houseware, lighting,
outdoor lighting, eco tech, gifts and premiums, toys, baby
products, stationery, optical and watches and clocks. The
virtual fair serves as a one-stop online sourcing platform
to keep small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) connected
with global buyers and help create business opportunities
across various sectors.

Sourcing Week | ONLINE (ASWO), which will open tomorrow (16
November), has attracted 2,600 exhibitors from 33 countries
and regions, featuring 37 group pavilions and covering the
latest products from 11

Benjamin Chau, HKTDC
Deputy Executive Director, said the COVID-19 pandemic has
changed sourcing patterns and driven more companies to go
digital and promote their businesses through online
channels, increasing the demand

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Dustin Johnson breaks scoring record in Masters win

By the time Smith, marching up the 15th fairway, looked back and saw that it was Johnson who was close to the pin on the 14th green, it was all but over. Smith frowned and looked down at the grass, Johnson made the six-foot putt, and the lead was five strokes with four holes remaining.

This rain-delayed, pandemic-delayed Masters was essentially over. Was Johnson’s arrival on this stage, the green jacket ceremony in Butler Cabin, also delayed? Not really. Before Woods, it was widely accepted that golfers peaked in their 30s. By that metric, Johnson is right on time.

This is what he had in mind all those years ago when he honed his game at Weed Hill driving range in Columbia, South Carolina, just an hour or so from Augusta National. Johnson knew of the special tournament just down the road, even if he never had the connections to

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Anthony Davian Describe Tips to Brand Your Business Using Content

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Nov 15, 2020 (Heraldkeepers) —
Anthony Davian even though marking assumes a crucial function in business, the content has a significant influence on improving the brand’s picture, particularly in the online world. Those days are gone when businesses used to make a decent business on TV and everyone races to purchase the item. In this day and age simply like our telephones individuals have more intelligence.

Along these lines, it gets hard for a business to manufacture trust in their crowd while their rivals are only a single tick away.

Do individuals perceive your image? Anthony Davian The exertion here is to discover approaches to get your image a lift with content promoting procedures. Having said as much, you can manufacture your image with content utilizing the accompanying ways.

Anthony Davian Building up the Business Model


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ROSEN, A LEADING LAW FIRM, Reminds Golar LNG Limited Investors of Important November 23 Deadline in Securities Class Action – GLNG

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Rosen Law Firm, a global investor rights law firm, reminds purchasers of the securities of Golar LNG Limited (NASDAQ: GLNG) between April 30, 2020 and September 24, 2020, inclusive (the “Class Period”), of the important November 23, 2020 lead plaintiff deadline in the securities class action. The lawsuit seeks to recover damages for Golar investors under the federal securities laws.

To join the Golar class action, go to or call Phillip Kim, Esq. toll-free at 866-767-3653 or email [email protected] or [email protected] for information on the class action.

The complaint alleges throughout the Class Period defendants made false and/or misleading statements and/or failed to disclose that: (1) certain employees, including the CEO of Hygo Energy Transition Ltd. f/k/a Golar Power Limited (“Hygo”), had bribed third parties, thereby

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Behind many new buildings on the North Side are the ideas, designs of Jamil Ford

Jamil Ford has been dubbed “the architect of the North Side.”

Ford, 42, a North Side native and founder of Mobilize Design & Architecture, is the designer behind several significant building projects on and around W. Broadway, the main commercial street of north Minneapolis.

“He definitely could have done better financially with a downtown design firm,” said Warren McLean, president of North Side Economic Opportunity Network (NEON).

“Jamil has devoted his life to seeing positive growth come from the community and he believes now is the right opportunity to be very strategic and intentional,” McLean said. “The same people that have been victims to the wrath of crime, drugs, destruction, closing of businesses, natural disasters … the largest [housing] foreclosure crisis in the state of Minnesota and subprime lender abuse, health and many other disparities, need to be the very ones that have access to wealth creation, business creation

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UAE offers doctors, AI specialists others 10-year Golden Residency visa

Golden Residency visa
Dubai with the Burj al-Arab(foreground) and Burj Khalifa (left, background). AFP photo.

The United Arab Emirates, on Sunday, said it will grant all doctors and infectious disease experts living in the country a 10-year Golden Residency visa, for helping to combat the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Prime Minister, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al-Maktoum, made this known in a tweet, which listed other categories of beneficiaries of the UAE Golden Residency visa to include specialists in AI, big data, virology, epidemiology and UAE’s high school top graduates and their families.

He added that “We are keen to embrace talent that drives future development and this is only the beginning.”

Note that immigrants in the UAE, as in other Gulf countries, are given limited residence visas which is linked to their current employment, with long-term residency a difficult privilege.

However, tweeting about the UAE Golden Residency visa, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al-Maktoum said:

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