Dell Computer was started by Michael Dell in 1984. He was a student at the University of Texas-Austin. He got the idea to sell customers computers directly. Dell wanted to sell computers using ibm compatible parts. Dell received an initial 1,000 dollars in investment capital from his family to get started. He did exactly that and got started. One key to Dell’s early success was his successful use of mail order computer catalog marketing. This early capitalization on a little known and newly emerging market help turned Dell into a Multi-Billion dollar company. Read more about the history of Dell. Click the link.
This is a great video about business ideas and making ideas come alive. Enjoy.
So Gucci was started by Guccio Gucci after working in around hotels and seeing luxury items. One day he got the idea to make his own luxury items. He happened to be located in Florence, Italy which is said to be a capital of great artists and culture. Some movie stars start wearing his clothing and products and Wallah, Gucci brand is Worldwide. One thing about being a business owner and coming with with great ideas..Gucci’s company was also successful in launching the career of Tom Ford, a U.S. filmmaker and Fashion Designer. Enjoy reading the history of Gucci. Click the link.
The price of success is hard work, dedication to the job at hand, and the determination that whether we win or lose, we have applied the best of ourselves to the task at hand.
This is a very great video about how in school we are taught to think in a straight line and any deviation from that line is punished. So we tend to stay that way throughout life and then we wonder why kids don’t take creative risks and always play it safe.
Very interesting article about staying focused on your goals and aligned with your ideas. That’s about it. Enjoy…and don’t give Up!
So we were booked by this lovely couple who wished to throw a flash mob graduation party for their son Dominic. So I frantically called around to get the right dancers and choreographers together. Some people that said they would be there flaked as usual, then others that were supposed to be at the performance decided they weren’t going to show up. But the show must go on. So the show when on and all fun was had by all who attended. One of the best choreographers that I have worked with Marcia. Marcia hands down stole the show with the kids dance moves that she choreographed and had them practice night and day so that the performance would be excellent. Hats off to Marcia and her friends and family who showed up and gave love and to everyone at the party as well. Thanks again.
Here’s some photos of the dance group. Marcia is in the back directly behind me in the middle of the pic.
Hello All. I apologize again the download for Silly Sharkeisha wasn’t published so any pre orders for the film were canceled. But the film is published now so you shouldn’t have no trouble checking it out. Thanks again. http://vimeo.com/ondemand/sillysharkeisha
Finished my 2nd short film, called, “Silly Sharkeisha gets lost in the valley of Hope. Hope you guys like it. it was a lot of fun to make. More to come but for now enjoying the moment. https://vimeo.com/ondemand/sillysharkeisha
So still tired last night from Djing for Jadah’s Graduation Party. This was the highest turn out for a graduation party that I’ve seen since I’ve been djing for these last 3 years. But fun was had by all. I messed up on some transitions as I was multi-tasking and needed to remind myself to refocus on the music. One new thing I learned. Play music and watch the dance floor, if there dancing then keep playing, if there not, change it, quick, fast, and in a hurry. Don’t be afraid to fail and stay on your toes. Near the end of the night the Dj Software failed but Life goes on, didn’t panic, used another method and all fun was had by all. As the youngsters say, “That party was turntup” Electramorhipism out.