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It all started with a clay model so many years ago when I asked myself a question: How can I design a bottle that won’t spill. It wasn’t easy and it wasn’t cheap…but we did it. #1 Male Urinal with Soft Seal has exceeded all of our expectations. Our patented bottle design is hands free, stable and resists spills. Our new Soft Seal silicone band covers the opening and softens contact with plastic edges. Put the lid on and Soft Seal makes #1 spill and leakproof.
Where are we now? We are looking to sell 250 products asap and reorder in these crazy economic times. We are a micro family business with a macro product. We created a simple solution to a major problem. But, we need your help to succeed. If you know of any distributors or stores, please let us know: email@example.com We hope you will join us on this journey.
Good Morning!!! We have a great new product we are introducing….Number One Fresh Drops! Fresh Drops is a wonderful deodorizer for your urinal.
I looked in the mirror and asked myself if I was allergic to money! I have built a great product and business. What was keeping me from success? My time. If this is going to work, I have to know that I have to make an appointment for success to happen. What did I do today? I made a prototype of a new product and I contracted the distributor that is interested in a private label! Yeah…I am doing it.
After years of Caregiving and also working professionally in the field, we developed an easy to use record book for all patients. We know that organization is key to enhancing the quality of life for patients…and their caregivers. This is a daily diary of a great recovery…and also a handy reference for communicating with Emergency room visits and Doctors appointments.
To get your free copy, email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org and we will email you our fillable and printable pdf eBook.
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Or: what you need to know before you need to know it.
Everyone prepares for college, career or buying a house…..or even choosing a car! Yet, few truly know the total picture of aging and the potential costs when your health or the health of your loved one changes dramatically. Few are prepared to realize it is the most expensive and emotional task you will ever take on. Most people make these decisions (or their families make them) when they are not feel well and are emotionally drained. That is a tough time to launch into research and make the best plans.
Number One will post a series of topics that hope to plant seeds in your thoughts about what you need to know before you need to know it. These topics will range from what are the “game changer” illnesses and accidents; basic Medicare and Medicaid facts, options and costs with home health or facilities, the difference between POA’s and Guardians, and the range of Funeral costs etc.
These topics will given from the point of few of a Caregiver and one that has worked in Home Health and Social Services. The intent of these topics will not be professional advice but to show you potential stumbling points on the road ahead.
What can we, as writers, photographers, artists, and bloggers learn from American inventor Thomas Alva Edison? Plenty, as it turns out. Edison is famous for many inventions, including the phonograph, a commercially viable lightbulb, and the motion picture camera.
His success resulted from trial and error, and many, many failed experiments before creating a lightbulb that could last 1200 hours, just as an example. He could have stopped. He could have given up. He chose to frame his work in a positive light:
“I have not failed. I’ve just found 10,000 ways that won’t work.”
Edison’s philosophy is particularly compelling to anyone who does creative work:
Genius is one percent inspiration, ninety nine percent perspiration.
How many rough drafts, spoiled drawings, and blurry photos have you created before that stroke of serendipity? Are you looking at a…
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