What’s been happening on America’s border recently is truly horrific.

The videos, photos and images coming out of the children detention centers is the kind of things nightmares are made of.

Worse, it’s what you expect from facist regimes, not what you expect from a democratic world power.

Personally I find the sickening display of trying to pass the blame makes it even worse.

The bottom line is Trump knew it was happening and he did nothing until world outcry forced him to.

It’s upsetting, it’s disturbing and quite frankly it’s disgusting.

There aren’t words to describe it, so I’m going to stop trying.



P.S. I’m looking for new blogs to add to my watch list, if you’ve got any suggestions hit the reply button and let me know.


7 Ways to Identify Real, Money-Making Business Opportunities

Terrified of going “all in” on a potentially poor-performing business idea? This list can help.

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Entrepreneurship is on the rise, with over 550,000 people going into business for themselves each month in the United States alone. Of course, it’s one thing to start your own business. It’s quite another to actually make any money off of it.

So, how can you know if your next great idea really is a great idea?

Pay attention — the following seven tips will help you be better prepared to identify business opportunities that could earn you some serious cash in the not-so-distant future.

Read your seven tips now.


10 Tips for Writing Emails That Will Get You Tangible Results

If you follow this 10-step process, you’ll avoid the email mistakes that other marketers are making.

Before you write an email message, you should understand some copywriting basics.

Following are 10 steps that you should keep in mind as you write your email messages:

Step 1: Exploit your product’s (or service’s) benefits

If you’re writing an email message with a call to action that motivates people to take an action, then you need to exploit the benefits of the item you’re offering.

Whether that item is one of the products or services you sell or it’s a free ebook, if you want people to act, you need to clearly explain the benefits they’ll get when they complete the action.

Don’t just talk about the features of what you’re offering — clearly explain what people will get when they act.

What problems will be solved or pain points addressed after that action is taken?

How will acting make their lives better, easier or happier?

Determine the benefits of your offer and promote them in your message.

Get the other nine steps here.


Here’s How People With the Fewest Regrets Spend Their Valuable Time

People who get to the end of their days and assess their lives positively have one thing in common–they’re intentional about their behaviours in the here and now.

It can be sobering to think about the finite amount of time you’ve been given. And like it or not, how you assess your life when you get to the end of it is completely dependent on how you have conducted yourself.

Here’s how you can make the most of yours.

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