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7 Things Not to Give Up When You Are in Debt (and paying off debt)

  I still remember the shock of realizing how much debt we had a after all, it is not every day you hear you are in $160,000 of consumer debt. How is so much debt to be paid off? (I am not big on suspense, so Iad tell you: we paid off $160,000 of consumer debt in three years, and we have lived debt-free since February 2013.) But let me get back to when I found out we are in so much debt. At first, I went numb. Later, I got angry. I was furious with my husband, with myself, […]

The post 7 Things Not to Give Up When You Are in Debt (and paying off debt) appeared first on Enemy of Debt.


The Enemy of Debt Team Will Continue Educating, Inspiring, and Entertaining You Despite Some Changes

Are you a loyal and dedicated Enemy of Debt reader? Thank you for sticking with us. Today Iam writing to let you know about some changes to the team and re-assert our commitment to educating, inspiring, and entertaining you on your debt-busting journey. Let me introduce myself first. I am Maria, and I have owned Enemy of Debt for seven years now, but while I wrote the occasional post for it, I preferred to stay in the background. Enemy of Debt had been the blogging home of Travis for much longer, and there was no reason to refuse him a […]

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Fist Pump Friday: I Love You Like A Blogger Roundup a 4/30/21

I went grocery shopping yesterday.A On the surface that doesn’t sound like a big deal, but it out of the norm for me because normally Saturday is grocery shopping day.A Here’s the thing: Everybody goes grocery shopping on Saturday.A The stores are super “peopley.”A It’s not a big deal when the list is short, but when I need a lot of things from several stores having to squeeze through people loitering in the middle of aisles starts to get on my nerves.A I start to get that, “I just wanna be done,” mentality.A When this happens I may not think […]

The post Fist Pump Friday: I Love You Like A Blogger Roundup – 4/30/21 appeared first on Enemy of Debt.


Be Mindful Of Your Spendinga|or Else!

Let’s try something a little different today, EOD Nation. Instead of a single subject blog post, I’ve got two quick hits for you. Both are personal experiences I’ve had in the last week. Both are good examples that you have to keep your eye on your money at all times. Free Sample Machine or Marketing Ploy? aWould you like a free sample?a said the machine at the end of the dairy aisle in Walmart. Each time I passed, it squawked at me. After several passes I noted the product being advertised. I found myself interested in checking it out. The […]

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Fist Pump Friday: I Love You Like A Blogger Roundup a 4/23/21

Happy Friday, EOD Nation!A I’m so excited about this weekend!A I’ll be firing up my smokers for the first time in months.A Last night I smoke chicken legs, Saturday I’m doing briskets, and on Sunday I’m doing pork shoulders for pulled pork and another brisket that has been swimming in brine for about a week for pastrami. Oh and I’m bringing some of the brisket over to a friend’s house on Saturday night for food and game night. Fist pump for smoking meat, fun with friends and my favorite posts of the week! Posts That Make Me Fist Pump Do […]

The post Fist Pump Friday: I Love You Like A Blogger Roundup – 4/23/21 appeared first on Enemy of Debt.


4 More Things I Gladly Pay For

I’m a huge fan of DIY. I’m willing to do things that I’m familiar with, but I’m also more than willing to learn a new skill, when it makes sense. Having my lawn thatched last week reminded me of a post I wrote awhile back listing things I don’t mind paying for. Here’s another four things for which I gladly pull out my wallet. Garage Door Spring Replacement Above every garage door is a big spring. The tension of the wound up spring helps lift your garage door. When it wears out, it breaks. When this happens you might be […]

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Fist Pump Friday: I Love You Like A Blogger Roundup a 4/16/21

I opened my front door to find my neighbor waiting with a piece of paper in his hand. He had contacted a lawn service to thatch his lawn, and they were coming the next day. He handed me the number stating since the guy as going to be in the neighborhood he’d probably be willing to do more yards while he was in the neighborhood. While I opt to do my own fertilizing, I gladly called the lawn service and agreed to pay $100 to have my lawn thatched as well.A I would rake my whole yard, but it would […]

The post Fist Pump Friday: I Love You Like A Blogger Roundup – 4/16/21 appeared first on Enemy of Debt.


Being Actively Involved In Medical Visits Can Save You Thousands

Modern medicine can do miraculous things. But the cost of those miracles can be enough to send your blood pressure through the roof. Doctors understandably tend to be cautious when diagnosing health issues. Sometimes, asking questions and getting a second opinion could save your thousands of dollars. Personal Experience My wife saw a family medicine doctor on a Friday afternoon for some pain she was experiencing. The doctor had an idea what was causing the pain, and stated the treatment was likely antibiotics, but ordered blood work to be sure. About an hour after returning home, the doctor called very […]

The post Being Actively Involved In Medical Visits Can Save You Thousands appeared first on Enemy of Debt.


Fist Pump Friday: I Love You Like A Blogger Roundup a 4/09/2021

It’s that time of year again when it’s time to start thinking about lawn care.A The first application of fertilizer should be going on soon and as usual, instead of calling a service to do it for me, I’ll be doing it myself. I dropped by the local Costco, but to my surprise they didn’t have what I was looking for. I’m almost positive they had the fertilizer plus crabgrass control a few weeks ago.A Either I was mistaken, OR they’ve sold out.A Either way, I’ll have to pay slightly more and buy it somewhere else.A But it’s still cheaper […]

The post Fist Pump Friday: I Love You Like A Blogger Roundup – 4/09/2021 appeared first on Enemy of Debt.


Travel Hack: Have A Body Pillow On Vacation Without Packing One

My wife has certain things she prefers to bring on vacation. One of those things, her body pillow, is a little size prohibitive to take on vacation. Especially when space in our car is a premium for a cross country road trip. However, prior to our recent trip to Florida she found a way to have a body pillow without actually bringing it with. Option 1: Pack It The simplest solution is to simply pack the body pillow. However, fitting the suitcases for four people (2 others rode with us) for a week’s vacation in the back of a mini-SUV […]

The post Travel Hack: Have A Body Pillow On Vacation Without Packing One appeared first on Enemy of Debt.


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7 Things Not to Give Up When You Are in Debt (and paying off debt)

  I still remember the shock of realizing how much debt we had a after all, it is not every day you hear you are in $160,000 of consumer debt. How is so much debt to be paid off? (I am not big on suspense, so Iad tell you: we paid off $160,000 of consumer debt in three years, and we have lived debt-free since February 2013.) But let me get back to when I found out we are in so much debt. At first, I went numb. Later, I got angry. I was furious with my husband, with myself, […]

The post 7 Things Not to Give Up When You Are in Debt (and paying off debt) appeared first on Enemy of Debt.


The Enemy of Debt Team Will Continue Educating, Inspiring, and Entertaining You Despite Some Changes

Are you a loyal and dedicated Enemy of Debt reader? Thank you for sticking with us. Today Iam writing to let you know about some changes to the team and re-assert our commitment to educating, inspiring, and entertaining you on your debt-busting journey. Let me introduce myself first. I am Maria, and I have owned Enemy of Debt for seven years now, but while I wrote the occasional post for it, I preferred to stay in the background. Enemy of Debt had been the blogging home of Travis for much longer, and there was no reason to refuse him a […]

The post The Enemy of Debt Team Will Continue Educating, Inspiring, and Entertaining You Despite Some Changes appeared first on Enemy of Debt.


Fist Pump Friday: I Love You Like A Blogger Roundup a 4/30/21

I went grocery shopping yesterday.A On the surface that doesn’t sound like a big deal, but it out of the norm for me because normally Saturday is grocery shopping day.A Here’s the thing: Everybody goes grocery shopping on Saturday.A The stores are super “peopley.”A It’s not a big deal when the list is short, but when I need a lot of things from several stores having to squeeze through people loitering in the middle of aisles starts to get on my nerves.A I start to get that, “I just wanna be done,” mentality.A When this happens I may not think […]

The post Fist Pump Friday: I Love You Like A Blogger Roundup – 4/30/21 appeared first on Enemy of Debt.


Be Mindful Of Your Spendinga|or Else!

Let’s try something a little different today, EOD Nation. Instead of a single subject blog post, I’ve got two quick hits for you. Both are personal experiences I’ve had in the last week. Both are good examples that you have to keep your eye on your money at all times. Free Sample Machine or Marketing Ploy? aWould you like a free sample?a said the machine at the end of the dairy aisle in Walmart. Each time I passed, it squawked at me. After several passes I noted the product being advertised. I found myself interested in checking it out. The […]

The post Be Mindful Of Your Spending…or Else! appeared first on Enemy of Debt.


Fist Pump Friday: I Love You Like A Blogger Roundup a 4/23/21

Happy Friday, EOD Nation!A I’m so excited about this weekend!A I’ll be firing up my smokers for the first time in months.A Last night I smoke chicken legs, Saturday I’m doing briskets, and on Sunday I’m doing pork shoulders for pulled pork and another brisket that has been swimming in brine for about a week for pastrami. Oh and I’m bringing some of the brisket over to a friend’s house on Saturday night for food and game night. Fist pump for smoking meat, fun with friends and my favorite posts of the week! Posts That Make Me Fist Pump Do […]

The post Fist Pump Friday: I Love You Like A Blogger Roundup – 4/23/21 appeared first on Enemy of Debt.


4 More Things I Gladly Pay For

I’m a huge fan of DIY. I’m willing to do things that I’m familiar with, but I’m also more than willing to learn a new skill, when it makes sense. Having my lawn thatched last week reminded me of a post I wrote awhile back listing things I don’t mind paying for. Here’s another four things for which I gladly pull out my wallet. Garage Door Spring Replacement Above every garage door is a big spring. The tension of the wound up spring helps lift your garage door. When it wears out, it breaks. When this happens you might be […]

The post 4 More Things I Gladly Pay For appeared first on Enemy of Debt.


Fist Pump Friday: I Love You Like A Blogger Roundup a 4/16/21

I opened my front door to find my neighbor waiting with a piece of paper in his hand. He had contacted a lawn service to thatch his lawn, and they were coming the next day. He handed me the number stating since the guy as going to be in the neighborhood he’d probably be willing to do more yards while he was in the neighborhood. While I opt to do my own fertilizing, I gladly called the lawn service and agreed to pay $100 to have my lawn thatched as well.A I would rake my whole yard, but it would […]

The post Fist Pump Friday: I Love You Like A Blogger Roundup – 4/16/21 appeared first on Enemy of Debt.


Being Actively Involved In Medical Visits Can Save You Thousands

Modern medicine can do miraculous things. But the cost of those miracles can be enough to send your blood pressure through the roof. Doctors understandably tend to be cautious when diagnosing health issues. Sometimes, asking questions and getting a second opinion could save your thousands of dollars. Personal Experience My wife saw a family medicine doctor on a Friday afternoon for some pain she was experiencing. The doctor had an idea what was causing the pain, and stated the treatment was likely antibiotics, but ordered blood work to be sure. About an hour after returning home, the doctor called very […]

The post Being Actively Involved In Medical Visits Can Save You Thousands appeared first on Enemy of Debt.


Fist Pump Friday: I Love You Like A Blogger Roundup a 4/09/2021

It’s that time of year again when it’s time to start thinking about lawn care.A The first application of fertilizer should be going on soon and as usual, instead of calling a service to do it for me, I’ll be doing it myself. I dropped by the local Costco, but to my surprise they didn’t have what I was looking for. I’m almost positive they had the fertilizer plus crabgrass control a few weeks ago.A Either I was mistaken, OR they’ve sold out.A Either way, I’ll have to pay slightly more and buy it somewhere else.A But it’s still cheaper […]

The post Fist Pump Friday: I Love You Like A Blogger Roundup – 4/09/2021 appeared first on Enemy of Debt.


Travel Hack: Have A Body Pillow On Vacation Without Packing One

My wife has certain things she prefers to bring on vacation. One of those things, her body pillow, is a little size prohibitive to take on vacation. Especially when space in our car is a premium for a cross country road trip. However, prior to our recent trip to Florida she found a way to have a body pillow without actually bringing it with. Option 1: Pack It The simplest solution is to simply pack the body pillow. However, fitting the suitcases for four people (2 others rode with us) for a week’s vacation in the back of a mini-SUV […]

The post Travel Hack: Have A Body Pillow On Vacation Without Packing One appeared first on Enemy of Debt.


Fall in love with 'Unpacking,' a beautiful, simple story of how we live told via what we own

We're constantly building the story of our lives, an evolving narrative that can be told through our possessions, a theme explored in "Unpacking."


How a 'crazy plant lady' went from designing fairy gardens to owning two plant shops

Tammy Ha sold rare plants for fun at her family's water store in Santa Ana. Now she has two plant stores of her own.


The pandemic closed her L.A. plant shop. She's making a comeback with a holiday pop-up

Forget low-maintenance pothos and trendy fiddle-leaf figs. Yunice Kang's plant designs will dazzle you like works of art in a museum.


They turned a one-car garage into a stunning ADU to house their parents. You can too

Design, Bitches transformed a garage into a stunning ADU in Atwater Village. It is one of more than a dozen designs through the city's ADU program.


Meet the Korean dancer whose houseplant obsession inspired her new career in ceramics

At one time, Mipa Shin roomed with more than 100 houseplants in her Koreatown apartment. She now creates ceramic planters to 'dress up' plants in the garage of her Cypress Park home.


The L.A. 'granny flat' built for climate change: Take a look at the eco-chic inside

A downsized, upcycled barn in Highland Park is transformed into one of L.A.'s greenest ADUs. Take a tour inside. It may inspire your next design.


Long live street couches! Inside L.A.'s favorite a and controversial a obsession

Street furniture may not seem like one of the things that is, or should be, representative of L.A. But it's part of the cultural and visual fabric.


Finding camellias, figs, lemons a and herself a in a magical patio garden

'I'm discovering who I am in my new garden,' says Chantal Aida Gordon, cofounder of the Horticult and coauthor of "How to Windowbox."


She turned an unpermitted backyard studio into the ultimate WFH hideaway

A Craftsman-inspired house in Elysian Heights gets a whimsical expansion: A writing studio with a hidden rooftop deck that offers views of downtown Los Angeles.


An urn that doubles as a planter: It's the latest in L.A.'s death positivity movement

L.A. woodworker C.C. Boyce is reevaluating what happens when a person dies by turning ashes into planters.


She built a granny flat in Echo Park: How it saved her during the pandemic

Designed as a two-story building, this Craftsman-inspired accessory dwelling unit (ADU) occupies the top floor, leaving room below for outdoor living. She says it saved her from financial ruin during the pandemic.


This urban farmer transformed her lawn with collards, amaranth and sweet potatoes

Siri Lorece Hirth turned the front lawn of her tiny house rental into a densely planted microfarm. Here, she shares how she created a bounty for her community.


It's called Neo Afro Eclectic: A groundbreaking new style transforms this DTLA loft

Off-black walls, African-inspired murals and comfortable vintage furnishings make Adrien Beard's DTLA loft an inspiring place to hang. That's the point. They call this fresh, unique style Neo Afro Eclectic.


The worst things you can do when shopping for plants, according to plant shop owners

So you're ready to go plant shopping in person. Here are some tips on being the kind of customer that everyone wants to see coming through the doors.


Justina Blakeney muses on the beauty of 'mixed magic' in 'Jungalow: Decorate Wild'

"We need to increase intercultural understanding and communication," says designer Justina Blakeney. "Art and design can be a bridge."


He challenged himself to build an ADU for under $100,000. What's his secret?

Architect professor Alexis Navarro designed and built an accessory dwelling unit that is affordable and attractive. The result is inspiring.


We've all hit the pandemic wall. Planting something can help

We've started a new year and the normal we once knew is still a far dot on the horizon. But there is a way to rekindle some hope: Get your hands into the soil.


Pioneer of the L.A. look: Paul R. Williams wasn't just 'architect to the stars,' he shaped the city

Six buildings that tell the design story of Paul R. Williams, the first Black architect in the AIA. His work is little studied, but his archive, acquired by the Getty and USC, is about to change that.


How this fiddle-leaf fig became the most talked about plant on Instagram

A listing for a fiddle-leaf fig on Instagram causes houseplant fans to wonder, "What's your secret?"


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10 Best Car Insurance Companies (2021 Review)

We looked at cost, service, coverage, and more to help you find the best car insurance. Here are the results for the top car insurance companies.

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Best Car Shipping Companies (2021)

Transporting a car can be stressful, so which car shipping companies offer the most peace of mind? Find out in this review of the best auto transport companies.

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Sherpa Auto Transport: Reviews, Services & Prices (2021)

Locked-in pricing and a free car wash? Check out Sherpa Auto Transport reviews, perks, prices, and more to see how Sherpa compares to rival car shipping companies.

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Compare Car Insurance Quotes for the Best Rates (2021)

Learn how to compare car insurance quotes to find the best rate, and use our quote tool to compare car insurance prices from top providers right here.

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Montway Auto Transport: Reviews, Cost & Services (2021)

Montway Auto Transport is a leader in the car shipping industry, but what do Montway Auto Transport reviews say? Learn about costs, shipping options, and much more.

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Easy Auto Ship: Reviews, Cost, & More (2021)

Easy Auto Ship costs seem low compared to most of the car shipping industry, but do Easy Auto Ship reviews reflect value for the customer? Find the answer here.

Original article: Easy Auto Ship: Reviews, Cost, & More (2021)


The Best Car Shipping Quotes Online and How to Find Them (2021)

The web is your go-to place for car shipping costs, so discover just how easy it is to get car shipping quotes online and compare prices from different providers.

Original article: The Best Car Shipping Quotes Online and How to Find Them (2021)


2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee: Trim Levels, Standard Features, Pricing & More

The 2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee remains a sterling choice for a midsize family SUV. Not to be confused with the Grand Cherokee L seven-seat variant, the Grand Cherokee (sans the L moniker) has two rows of seats to accommodate five passengers. Nevertheless, the Grand Cherokee is underpinned by an all-new unibody platform and is available in a bedazzling array of trim models and driveline configurations. aSince its introduction as a 1993 model, the Jeep Grand Cherokee has set the standard […]

Original article: 2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee: Trim Levels, Standard Features, Pricing & More


2023 Kia Sportage: Kiaas New Crossover Grows by Leaps & Bounds

The 2023 Kia Sportage celebrates the fifth generation of the South Korean automakeras longest-running nameplate. Previous generations of the Kia Sportage were excellent choices for a compact family SUV with comfortable seats, plentiful standard features, and an outstanding warranty. However, the Sportage gets lost in translation when facing Japanese stalwarts like the Toyota RAV4, Honda CR-V, and even the Subaru Forester a but the 2023 Sportage begs to differ. aThe tremendous success formula of our current stable of SUVs has […]

Original article: 2023 Kia Sportage: Kia’s New Crossover Grows by Leaps & Bounds


AutoAssure Extended Car Warranty Review (2021)

AutoAssure has been under scrutiny for shady marketing practices. But do AutoAssure extended warranty contracts provide good coverage? Click here to read more.

Original article: AutoAssure Extended Car Warranty Review (2021)


Buyeras Guide to the Best Tires (2021)

Searching for the best tires? Click here to read our buyeras guide. We list the top 10 tire brands as well as how to choose the best tires for your vehicle.

Original article: Buyeras Guide to the Best Tires (2021)


Travelers Insurance Review 2021 [Cost, Service, and Coverage]

Our Travelers insurance review gives a recommendation rating of 88 percent overall. Click to see what Travelers insurance reviews from customers have to say about it.

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The Automation Boom is Coming. Will the Internet Be Ready?

We live in anA increasingly connectedA world. Itas estimated that there will be aboutA 260 millionA internet-connected devices in the U.S. by 2020, and the next wave of these devices will push our data demand even further. NewA Bluetooth advancements, for instance, enable devices to perform within a range thatas four times greater, twice the speed, and eight times the […]

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These Teen AI Entrepreneurs Will Amaze You

Starting a business is not an easy decision to make. Building a company requires work and money as well, and time. The resources of time, work, and money mean you will have to make sacrifices to start your business. It takes someone who has a lot of passion and confidence to establish a startup. These […]

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What You Need to Know to Use Drones for Your Wedding

The popularity of wedding drone photography is constantly rising. It’s not surprising because these flying machines can take really amazing photos and videos. But many people still arenat sure about the necessity of aerial photography at weddings or different events. We’ve gathered for you the most important information you need to know about drones if […]

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Trade Secrets Claimed by Prolacta to Steal Foundersa Company a Again

Elana Medo has dedicated many decades of her life to making motheras milk available to premature babies. Now a questionable trade secret lawsuit threatens to destroy her lifeas work and leave preterm infants without access to life-saving milk. The cost of a Corporation Stealing from an Individual has been the loss of human lives — […]

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Achieving Paperless Operations and Document Automation with AI and ML

Paper is an essential commodity for office operations. Most conventional offices rely on paper for completing the simplest tasks. Even after digitization, the dream of a completely paperless office is far from reality. Humans are used to a standard form of note-taking and documentation. Here is how to achieve paperless operations and document automation with […]

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Secret to Getting Leads with Digital Marketing Technology

Nowadays most companies are doing SEO, PPC, and Content Marketing. Yet sometimes the company’s are not getting the leads they need. Some businesses get leads — but not quality leads, or they don’t get the leads that fit their expectations. The main reason a company doesn’t get the leads they need is that they are […]

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Successful Scaling: How to Grow Without Tumbling Back Down

aBreathing would be delightful,a the director of products told me in our kickoff. His startup was growing fast. It had a bunch of new funding, the pressure was on to ship, and the team was underwater. I was there to help and take the pressure off so they could breathe. “Let’s begin to think strategically […]

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WIB Vulnerability: Sim-Card that Allows Hackers to Takeover Phones

In the past, weave all witnessed sim-jacking attacks that allow a hacker to impersonate the targeted victim to steal the phone number. Hackers can gain access to unauthorized information related to the victim using the vulnerability, ‘SimJacker’ was that vulnerability. Recently thereas a similar vulnerability that has popped up, which uses the same SMS-technology to […]

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6 Industries Blockchain Technology Will Revolutionize

In line with new evolving computer technologies, a lot of issues previously found complicated are now seen as an easygoing task, for example, e-commerce, contactless payment, secured online transactions, and ride-hailing. All thanks to blockchain, a new technology that massively revitalized all-around sectors, equipping the financial industry with enhanced solutions with less or no additional […]

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4 Unique Growth Tactics for 2020

Marketing tactics change constantly. Each year new tactics become more impactful, and old ones fade into obscurity.A Sticking to the same tactics is stale for your current customers and potential customers, too.A Instead of just running the same growth tactics for years on end, itas time to make a switch in 2020.A Here are four unique growth tactics […]

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7 Keynote Leadership Speakers Bringing Fresh Insights to Their Industries

Narrowing your list of options to speakers within your industry is a great way to ensure your keynote session will pack a punch.

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How Founders and CEOs Can Raise Early Checks (With Pavel Cherkashin)

Iam excited to speak with Pavel Cherkashin in todayas episode of the How To CEO podcast!. Pavel is a co-founder and managing partner at Mindrock Capital. Pavel is also a managing partner at GVA Capital. I spoke with him about what founders and CEOs need to know about raising early checks. When Should Founders Try […]

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Marketing Automation and Customer Service: How are they Connected?

Did you know that, on average, 51% of companies are currently using marketing automation, and more than half of B2B companies (58%) plan to adopt the technology? The statistic may be mind-boggling, but it is very much justified.A Companies and marketers are always in search of ways that make things easy and convenient for them. Automating […]

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Why You Need to Consider IoT in Improving Customer Experience

Assuredly, IoT (Internet of Things) has the potential to improve customer experience. The rapid expansion of technology has impacted businesses in many ways. Besides, IoT enables data sharing, inventory management, security, and increased efficiency and productivity.A But, what is IoT? Well, in simple words, IoT is the network of interconnected devices that embedded with sensors, software, […]

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How to Ensure Your Data is Providing Trustworthy Insights

For building owners and managers, data is the fuel behind their smart building operations. Leveraging the surplus of data that is readily available to them, owners and managers are making informed decisions for their facility that can create long-term performance enhancements and help them achieve goals such as improved efficiency and occupant comfort. Here is […]

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Need of Feedback Software for Ministry of Army and Defense

In any business or organization, the customer is the king. Anything and everything starts with the customer and ends with them. And so, it is necessary to have a satisfied customer base for increased brand loyalty and trust. For this very reason, almost all businesses today rely on technology. The technology helps companies to interact […]

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