Nullification of Business Contracts

Nullification of Business Contracts

Nullification of Business Contracts

Business contracts are legal documents that document the deal between both parties involved. When one party wants to nullify the contract, it must go through the proper channels for it to be recognized. When one party wants to nullify a contract, they have to show that, by law, there has been a breach of terms or an agreement from which both parties will benefit.

Understanding the contents of a contract is a critical step in determining if the terms are being followed. If the agreement’s words are not followed, then there is a high possibility that nullification can be made. When you find out that you have been in breach of a contract, you need to know if there is any legal support that you can use to prevent your claim from being rejected.

According to Raphael Avraham Sternberg, a legal advisor to people in business, nullifying a business contract involves checking if the business contract has been appropriately signed between all parties involved. Verify if any clauses that were not part of the original document have been added to the agreement. When one party feels they have been misled or lied to, it may be possible to nullify the contract.

If there is any misrepresentation, it will be possible to nullify the contract. A misrepresentation occurs when one party has stated false information in the agreement. Misrepresentations can lead to cases where one party loses its investment.

It is essential to understand the requirements of the contract. If the date for performance set out in the contract is not met, it can be grounds for nullifying a contract. Some contracts may contain terms that do not make sense or do not make the product any better. In this case, there is no need to follow through with the contract when one party has been misled into believing something that was untrue.

Threatening a person with something severe. For example, physically harm them or their family if they disagree with the contract. In many cases like this they are not forced into signing any contracts. Therefore it is crucial to take the time and ask yourself if you ever felt threatened when you were presented with the nullifying agreement. One party may have been paid off to sign a contract. This may include money in return for signing over the rights of a particular product to another business.

A business contract can be nullified in two ways. One way is through the court while the other way is through mediation and arbitration. However, all of these methods do not necessarily require a lawyer. If you can handle the process by yourself, then there is a fair chance that everything will proceed smoothly.When trying to nullify a contract, it is essential to look at the benefits that both parties will receive. You must ask yourself if the suit is worth it and if it would be beneficial to start legal action. If one party feels they will have a high chance of winning, they might want to take legal action. Raphael Avraham Sternberg suggests that if you are considering filing a lawsuit, you should make sure that there are no clauses stating otherwise.

Hurley Development Works with FISH Vancouver on Mobile Food Pantry

Hurley Development Works with FISH Vancouver on Mobile Food Pantry

In the fall of 2021 Ryan Hurley, President of Hurley Development in Vancouver, Washington was thinking about how the regional commercial real estate development company could give back and impact their region. And he didn’t have to look much further than right around the corner from their downtown Vancouver, Washington offices.

“Our company has been supporting FISH Vancouver, a local food pantry, for many years. They make a huge impact in our community, feeding literally 10’s of thousands of people. Many of our employees take time out of their workday once or twice a month to help pack food and move supplies around…because we want to bring life to our local community and make it a better place.” 

Ryan reached out to James Fitzgerald, Executive Director of FISH Vancouver, and asked, “What are your hopes for the future? Do you and the team at FISH Vancouver have a dream that we can help make reality?”

James thought about what they had experienced during the pandemic and how it had changed the lives of their clientele and affected the work they were doing. During the COVID-19 shutdown, many people were left hungry and unable to access food. What was once a difficult but achievable goal of finding a ride or spending hours on public transportation with children by their side, became almost impossible with public transportation closed down and rides much more difficult to find. One way that FISH staff and volunteers responded during this time was by scheduling temporary “food drop” locations…they found organizations willing to open up their parking lots to allow FISH to deliver groceries from their pantry and distribute them directly to neighborhoods in need. 

After looking at the data of the individuals and families served by the temporary delivery program, James and the team realized this was a revolutionary way for them to reach around the county and impact people who had never been to FISH Vancouver before. The only problem was how to make it happen. “We were using trucks and vans to take boxes of food to temporary delivery locations, but it wasn’t sustainable. We knew we needed a mobile food pantry but didn’t have the funding in place to make that happen. And I thought, you know what…what would it take to make this happen?”

James shared the idea with Ryan Hurley. Hurley, who had already been looking into ways to give back to the community was keen to help FISH Vancouver with setting up its new mobile food pantry. The pandemic had isolated communities and being able to access them was critical. Given the troubles FISH was facing in achieving its objective, it was evident that a mobile pantry was the only way forward. The mobile pantry needed the right equipment and refrigeration so that food could be stored and transported to distant areas safely. 

For this reason, the project was quite capital-intensive but Hurley spared no expense in making the mobile food pantry a reality. The biggest contribution came from Hurley Development, as a generous $60,000. In addition to contributing, Hurley reached out to his business partners, LSW Architects, Specialty Graphic Solutions, and Riff Creative. LSW Architects contributed a further $6,000 covering the operational costs. Riff Creative and Specialty Graphic Solutions volunteered to design the mobile food pantry. Hurley, a regular church-goer, also got the Crossroads Community Church to contribute $15,000 to the cause. This was a great example of the community coming together to find a solution to a problem and Hurley coordinated the entire response. 

“We’re embarking on a new adventure, and we’re going to reach beyond the walls that we have here,” said Fitzgerald.

The new pantry was unveiled at a special event. It included a ribbon-cutting ceremony inaugurating the pantry. The pantry has been equipped with storage space, freezers, refrigerators, and shelves. FISH plans on using the pantry to visit places where there are people from low-income groups, and also health centers and senior centers. “If we can help by showing up with some food at some of the safer homeless areas, the ones that are more sanctioned, that will be an area that we will focus on, as well,” said Fitzgerald.

The pantry is going to make it much easier for FISH Vancouver to access people who were previously unable to reach their food banks because of health or transportation issues. The mobile pantry is a pilot program, and if FISH is successful, they will be keen on expanding this program further to reach even more communities and people. 

In January 2022, the organization had been able to provide food to 1,200 clients. By the end of May, the numbers increased to 1,900 and are not showing signs of slowing down. As long as FISH Vancouver is enjoying community support from conscientious businesses like Hurley Development, they will continue to meet their targets. 

Benefits of a Business Accountant

Benefits of a Business Accountant

Benefits of a Business Accountant

Every business has to keep a close eye on the bottom line. Every manager knows how important it is to have an accountant on their team who can help them manage the numbers of their newly minted business entity.

According to pain management specialist Dr. Jordan Sudberg, a business accountant is an essential part of a corporation, and its success hinges on the quality of its work product. An accountant who can provide thoughtful and meaningful advice to a manager at all times is worth their weight in gold. The rising costs and complexities of doing business today make it imperative that a new company obtain the services of an accountant from the outset.

Benefits of a Business Accountant

1. Keeping and interpreting financial records

Accountants are trained to keep and interpret financial records. They have a vast array of software packages that will enable them to handle information, record transactions, and present it in various formats. Their experience means that they can advise on the most appropriate method for the business to keep these records and give these numbers to their management team.

Credibility is everything for an accountant; maintaining proper ethical behavior and good record-keeping is fundamental and guarantees the business is reputable.

2. Preparing tax returns

A business incurs penalties if it regularly keeps accurate records and inspects its finances. Additionally, filing tax returns on time is crucial to maintain their exemption status. Dr. Jordan Sudberg explains an accountant can advise on the most appropriate filing method for the business and which tax forms should be filed. They can advise on whether or not the company will be eligible for certain reliefs and various fringe benefits that a business should claim.

3. Offering guidance on cost reduction

One of the biggest challenges for any small business is managing expenses. The accountant can advise on reducing costs and keeping overhead costs within reason. They will also be able to advise on ways to improve productivity and increase efficiency.

4. Providing expert advice

A good accountant will provide expert advice, allowing an organization to make informed decisions that will enable it to grow its business cost-effectively.

5. Identifying and tracking potential risks

An accountant can help identify and track potential risks that can be detrimental to the growth of the business. By identifying these risks and making appropriate adjustments, a company can prevent loss of capital and damage to its reputation.

6. Certifying financing

Whether raising finance for a new project or refinancing debt, an accountant can certify any financial information provided. Acquiring a business accountant will mean taking advantage of the numerous tax benefits available to companies with a steady income.

7. Protecting against fraud

A good accountant will be able to identify any possible fraud that may be taking place and set the business up against it. This means that the credit rating is well protected, which can help a business owner when seeking financing or establishing new business relationships.

8. Identifying and auditing irregularities

An accountant will be able to identify and report any irregularities. They will be able to use their expertise to create a clear, detailed audit trail which is then shared with the board members.

Alexander Payne On What Determines if a Movie Gets a Sequel

Alexander Payne On What Determines if a Movie Gets a Sequel

How do directors decide if a movie needs a sequel? Sideways director Alexander Payne says, “Money. It’s obviously about the money.” However, it’s a bit more nuanced than that, according to the two-time Academy Award-winning filmmaker, who spent most of 2022 filming and editing his newest dark comedy, The Holdovers, which is set to be released in 2023.

“There has got to be enough interest in the world of the story and the characters suggested in the first film,” says Alexander Payne. Take, for example, Francis Ford Coppola’s The Godfather. Payne considers the 1972 crime drama and its 1974 sequel, The Godfather: Part II, “the greatest examples [because] The Godfather had the source material, the novel [written by Mario Puzo],” he says. “The Godfather had a lot more material unused in the first one, plus the interest and the desire of the artist to express more about that world. So you had Francis Coppola and Mario Puzo saying, ‘Well, yeah. We are interested in expressing more about that world.’”

Too Much of a Good Thing?

The Godfather made the cut of the top 10 highest-grossing movies of the 1970s; it ranked ninth, just behind Smokey and the Bandit. Payne says, “There was such interest in The Godfather. Fans asked, ‘Oh, can’t there be more? Can’t there be more?’ And the studio hammered Coppola for years to ‘Do a three. Do a three.’ However, he resisted. There’s nothing more to say. But finally, Coppola relented and made The Godfather: Part III, which is arguably the least impressive of those very impressive films.” The third film in the series was released in 1990 and brought in $136.9 million at the box office.

Payne cites Star Wars as another excellent example of a movie that’s spawned many prequels and sequels. “The interest in that world is so keen around the world, that there’s more to do,” says the filmmaker. “Nowadays, though, for a lot of filmmakers, that question doesn’t even come up because they’re doing series. The series kind of takes care of it and is like a sequel on steroids — t never-ending stories.”

What did Payne prefer about 1970s cinema? He says the movies of that decade “defined my idea of what an adult commercial American film is, [which is] just intelligent, human stories told in a modern cinematic vernacular where you say bad words and show nudity, and where acting style more approximates real life and is relatively free of contrivance and device.”

Alexander Payne Answers: Is Film School Necessary? 

Payne graduated from high school in 1979. His teenage years were spent consuming the new American cinema. “Movies which are now considered to be the golden age of ’70s filmmaking, but at the time they simply reflected what commerical American cinema was supposed to be,” he says. “Those movies really made me want to make movies.”

He studied Spanish and history at Stanford University before following his dreams by attending film school at UCLA. However, Payne believes aspiring filmmakers should be free to pursue their own paths. “No one could follow in anyone else’s footsteps because everyone has his or her own path. But you certainly do not need to go to film school anymore to be a filmmaker, nor did you even need to in my day,” says Alexander Payne. “Some people decide to go to film school. You need that discipline. And that sense of a conservatory and being surrounded by like-minded peers. You’re all working together, supporting each other, working on each other’s films, becoming one another’s colleagues, both in school and then later professionally. And that’s one very beautiful possible path.”

Payne says, “But nowadays, access to the means of production is so easy. And access to filmmaking knowledge, and how-tos, is also easy. All you have to do is watch YouTube tutorials and bonus materials on DVDs, and it’s all out there. So it’s always been a matter of self-motivation, discipline, and stuff like that to actually do it. You can tell a story in many ways, short story or painting, any art form. But for anyone really burning to tell a story on film, there is no longer no excuse not to do it, other than a few thousand dollars to get set up with the basic equipment and then the wherewithal and the discipline to get it done. Or go to film school. There are many different paths.”

Is It Time To Bring Tracy Flick Back to the Big Screen?

After the success of “Election”, does Alexander Payne see a path forward for a Tracy Flick-centric seuquel?

Alexander Payne says that Election is one movie he’s directed that he can watch in its entirety from time to time. “Because it’s the only one I made that isn’t too long,” he says. “It has a very good rhythm to it. I think it succeeds because of its brisk, metronomic pace. It has a relentless, shark-like narrative drive.”

Payne is particularly fond of the film’s protagonist, Tracy Flick. “I have a soft spot for all the characters in my movies. She was no exception. You have to distinguish between whether you would like that character as a human being if you knew that human being in real life, separate from [whether] you love this person as a character, as a literary character,” he says. “As driven as she was, and the name Tracy Flick has entered popular culture as a very driven person, I still wanted to give her understanding and depth. There is a scene where she’s really weeping, and you see how much she has been manipulated by her mother. Stuff like that even subtly helps explain things,” he says.

In June 2022, Election author Tom Perotta published the next installment of the story, Tracy Flick Can’t Win. Speaking of sequels, would Alexander Payne ever consider bringing the characters back to life on the big screen? “Oh yeah. It’s possible. It’s very possible,” he says. “I’m interested in that world. I think there is more to say, but I’m not deep into it yet, into deciding what that would look like.”

Payne and his screenwriting partner Jim Taylor collaborated on the original Election script. “When you work with a partner, it’s nice to be throwing a larger net for ideas,” says Payne.”That’s why TV has the writer’s room. You’ve got a lot of people there throwing out ideas, and it’s just great to have all of that collective brain power. Writing, as you know, can be so very lonely and frustrating. So it’s nice to have someone help you through.”

On the other hand, Payne says, “The advantage of writing alone is it’s also nice to go to that secret silent place inside of you and just write from there and not have to talk about it first. And I think sometimes, when you’re writing something a little bit more personal, it’s good to write alone, at least at first. And then maybe work in partnership with crafting a final screenplay.”

The Five Styles of Communication

The Five Styles of Communication

The Five Styles of Communication

One of the most important skills that a person must have is the ability to communicate effectively. Communication is more than just words; it also encompasses body language, tone, actions, and more. Effective communication requires understanding your own strengths and weaknesses as well as those of others on your team.

The five main styles of communication are assertive, aggressive, passive, passive-aggressive, and manipulative. Each style has a specific way of communicating that can help the person to achieve their goal.

According to Dr. Jordan Sudberg, knowing the strengths and weaknesses of the different communication styles can help you understand how to communicate with each person on your team, improve inter-team communication, and set boundaries for how you should be treated.

Assertive Communication

The most common style of verbal communication is assertive. This style allows the person to express him or herself in an honest and direct manner, also allowing others to express themselves honestly and directly as well. Assertive communication is honest, clear, and direct about the speaker’s feelings and expectations. This style is great for communicating when you have something important to say, but it’s not great if you are in a situation where a lot of emotion is involved since people who communicate assertively may bring up topics that are upsetting or uncomfortable.

Aggressive Communication

This style allows the person to express him or herself strongly and effectively, which helps them communicate their needs and opinions. It can have the opposite effect, however, which is why it is sometimes referred to as “micromanaging” or “bullying.” This style of communication includes aggressive body language such as pointing and glaring, interrupting or criticizing others.

When you communicate aggressively, you focus on getting what you want. You may be very direct in the way that you talk to others and can sound like a know-it-all.

Passive Communication

This type of communication allows the person to express him or herself in a way that is diplomatic and non-confrontational. It’s the opposite of aggressive, which means this style isn’t always easy to understand. For example, passive people don’t speak up unless they are asked questions or feel as though their opinion is being listened to.

When communicating passively, you may appear unconcerned with what other people have to say and you may seem overly excited about insignificant details.

Passive-aggressive Communication

The passive-aggressive style of verbal communication allows the person to express him or herself openly and honestly, but with a subtle undercurrent of hostility. This style is almost always directed at someone else and usually involves passive-aggressive behavior such as ignoring something or saying something in a shamefully manipulative way. Passive-aggressive communicators won’t say what they really mean or may keep the message worded in such a way that it can be interpreted several ways.

Individuals who use the passive-aggressive style may have trouble standing up for their own needs and goals. This style of communication is negative, draining, and damaging to relationships.

Manipulative Communication

At the other end of the spectrum from passive-aggressive communication is manipulative communication. Manipulative people will do anything to get their needs met and are willing to lie, cheat, manipulate, or blame others in order to get what they want. They may be obnoxious, touchy, and over-sensitive in order to get their needs met.

People who use manipulative tactics will have others do their dirty work for them, even though they are willing to take all the credit for themselves when things go well.

Communicating Effectively

Understanding how the different styles of communication work can help your team work more effectively together.

Using the five styles of communication to communicate with your team sends a message that you value their opinions, and that you trust them to tell you when something is wrong. It also creates a sense of camaraderie within the team since everyone’s opinions are valued and respected.
Dr. Jordan Sudberg stresses that communicating with confidence will improve your ability to successfully negotiate, delegate, and handle conflict constructively.

Ten Proven Ways to Grow a Business

Ten Proven Ways to Grow a Business

Ten Proven Ways to Grow a Business

The key to long-term success in any business is growth, whether a startup or a thriving enterprise. Growth is what creates innovation, competition, and opportunity.

And while the key to successful growth is a bit different for every organization.

Fortunately, there are plenty of proven techniques out there that you can use to help your company prosper and hit new heights, according to pain management specialist Jordan Sudberg.

1. Networking

Networking is the best way to grow any business, from joining a local Chamber of Commerce to meeting with potential distributors or customers. Use opportunities such as hotel events and conferences to take on the old-fashioned pen pal system by contacting friends in other countries and asking them for advice on what they are doing. However, Sudberg notes the best way to network is to connect with people who already have a similar business. Ask customers and clients what they think about the company and what they want from it.

2. Focus on the customer

Customers are the key reason for any business’s success. Focusing on how to serve them better ensures the company is not missing out on growth opportunities. They are the reason for the business’s existence. Therefore, keep them and their needs at the forefront of all business decisions and actions.

3. Growth Hacking

Another proven way to grow a business is by growth hacking. Growth Hacking is a way of using some of the latest technologies to help the company grow faster. This can include ebook distribution, social media marketing, and paid traffic from services like Google Adwords and Facebook ads.

These methods will all play an essential role in growing a business quickly.

4. Work on a solid business plan

A solid business plan is a key to long-term growth. This should include the company’s goals, financials (including a profit and loss statement), marketing strategies, and some exit strategies.

5 Form Strategic Partnerships

Businesses multiply and form partnerships with other companies with similar values and missions. If the firm isn’t doing this already, it should start immediately.

6 Make a Decision about Acquisitions

Expanding the business through acquisitions can grow its size, influence, and expertise. There will be access to a wealth of resources, information, and technology across all aspects of the company.

7 Focus on the Technology

Jordan Sudberg believes that technology is a crucial part of being a successful business. There is a need to have it working for the firm at all times to ensure growth. Investing in the right technology and keeping up to date is critical. The quicker it adapts and maintains a solid technological foundation, the better.

8 Focus on building a loyal customer base

Building a loyal customer base can have enormous benefits for the business. Loyal customers will become brand advocates promoting the business to their networks and friends. They will also make repeat purchases even when cheaper options are available.

9 Network effectively and learn from others

Networking is the best way to grow a business. Learn what competitors are doing. Find out how international competitors are faring. And learn from other successful business owners.

10 Get teachers to help with learning

It is easy to get lost in running a business and not find time to learn what is appropriately needed. The best way to do this is to find someone who can teach you what you need to know.

Common Financial Concerns

Common Financial Concerns

5 Common Financial Concerns

Many of us take for granted how quickly the modern lifestyle seems to come and go. In a year, we might plan out what our next Christmas will look like. In a lifetime, we’ll probably never think about our finances at all, let alone plan them out in advance. It’s easy to get caught up in the whirlwind of life and forget that these are major concerns. If you’re not careful, they will catch up with you. It’s when they do catch up to you that things become complicated.

Common Concerns People Might Have

Financial concerns are common, whether you are a young adult or an old person. It doesn’t matter how much money you make, or if you have trouble affording certain things or can’t pay your bills. You need to keep in mind that managing your finances isn’t just about having enough, it’s about how you’re going to spend what you do have.

According to Dr. Jordan Sudberg, these common financial concerns are just a few things you should make yourself aware of so you can have good habits and avoid potential pitfalls in your life.

1. Poor Credit

If you have poor credit, it is going to be a major concern for you. You may be denied loans that you want, or have to pay higher interest rates on those loans than you should have. You could also find that it is more difficult to rent an apartment or a place in the city.

2. Debt

Many people find themselves with credit card debt, or other forms of debt. This can be especially hard to manage, as you are paying interest on it. It can also be an obstacle to receiving loans such as a mortgage. If you have college student loans, they may affect what you can do with your savings, or how much you’ll make when you’re in the workforce.

3. No Savings

If you do not have any savings, this can be a cause for concern. If something devastating happens to you or your family, such as a sudden illness or car breakdown, the lack of savings could prove to be devastating. The issue here is that you may need to make an immediate purchase of an item that cannot wait until things start to settle down. You’ll need to fill in the gap with credit cards or other types of loans. This is how many people find themselves in financial trouble.

4. A Lack Of Insurance

This could be a major concern to you, especially if you have children. You might not be able to afford the type of insurance that would cover the cost of their health care if they were to get sick. You may also not have enough money to pay for their college education or help with a down payment on a house.

5. Retirement

If you are not properly invested for your retirement, this will be a concern. Retirement is going to be important someday, and if you haven’t prepared for it, it could really hurt you down the road. You may not have enough money to live comfortably when your career comes to an end.

How To Avoid These Concerns

The best way to avoid these concerns is to plan ahead and to anticipate problems that might eventually come up in your life. This will help you avoid them or work through them when they come up. As Dr. Jordan Sudberg points out, proper planning is going to help you avoid many of these concerns.

Being a Frontrunner Business

Being a Frontrunner Business

Being a Frontrunner Business

Frontrunner businesses are thriving, self-sufficient, and have stakeholder satisfaction at the highest level within their industry. They are known for their extremely high customer loyalty levels and usually achieve this with a massive following of word-of-mouth referrals from their customers. They are consistently profitable, enjoy high levels of success, and are seen as thought leaders within their industry. They are business leaders who constantly innovate their products/services and grow their businesses with sustainable practices. They majorly focus on sustainability and ethics in every aspect of how they do business. They have a small but loyal clientele of core customers/users who do not change as often as the market would have expected. Frontrunner businesses are known for their high-quality products/services and may be branded as leaders in their industry. They are positioned at the front of the pack regarding success, growth, and profitability. Here, we Here, We will glance at information on becoming a pertinent digital leader and remaining ahead of the curve.

1. Understand How Your Industry Is Being Affected By Digital Technologies

It is essential to understand digital technologies’ effects on your industry. The more you know how digital technologies will affect your enterprise, the better you will be able to prepare for the changes and adapt to the opportunities. It would help to consider how various digital technologies would alter your audience’s behavior and habits and study which changes may not have been foreseen by others. According to Dr. Jordan Sudberg, the CEO and Medical Director of Spine and Sports Rehabilitation, “Digital Leaders are not satisfied with remaining stagnant. They push the limits and find opportunities in previously unimaginable places.”

2. Estimate The Investment Needed In Digital Capabilities

Knowing what sort of investment is needed in digital capabilities is essential. It would be best if you estimated the investment you will have to make in Digital Capabilities and identify what return on investment can be expected. To do this, you need to understand how your business uses digital technologies and how you want to develop your business in the future, whether leveraging growth opportunities, improving service efficiency, or brand differentiation. Dr. Sudberg explains this by saying, “Digital Leaders are forward thinkers. They don’t wait until their business needs are pressing and tangible; instead, they anticipate and act proactively before those needs manifest themselves.”

3. Understand Your End Users’ Digital Needs

To develop a digital strategy, it is essential to know your end users’ digital needs. You need to understand how your service will develop over the next few years and what your customers would like to have out of their services. By understanding these needs, you will be able to provide them with services that cater to their needs and, at the same time, benefit your business. There are different types of end-users: Customers are those who use your product or service. Dr. Jordan Sudberg stresses that end users are the people who use your product or service. Subscribers make up a portion of the above two demographics. You must understand how they will use your digital capabilities over the next few years and in what capacity they would like to use them.

Ways to Market Your Home Business

Ways to Market Your Home Business

Ways to Market Your Home Business

Some home businesses are need based but others are based on high demand in the market. Marketing is a key part of any business and everyone needs it to get ahead. It is important for your business to be able to find its niche and stand out from the rest. With these suggestions, you can make sure that your home business gets noticed by people willing to buy what you have on offer. Dr. Jordan Sudberg as a pain management therapist has a home business in home health care . Working with individuals with chronic pain is a tough job, but Sudberg finds joy in it. He treats patients who are having difficulty getting through their daily activities. “I am a part-time guy myself, so I’ll be working on my own,” says Sudberg. “It gives me the opportunity to work around my other commitments, whether it’s family or friends or just getting out and about.”

Sudberg has been successful in creating his niche because of the demand for people who are looking for someone like him. He chose to specialize in helping people with chronic pain so that he could serve those customers more faithfully . His practice also allows him to earn a living from his passion .

Ways to Market Your Home Business

1.Be consistent with your Marketing Efforts

Keep your website updated with new offers , Use social media platforms for promotion – Promote yourself through word of mouth .Your home business will grow stronger as time goes on. Take advantage of the many markets available but remember that you will only get noticed if you sell something people want. Using the right marketing techniques is key to making your home business a success. It will take some time to get noticed if you don’t have any marketing efforts in place but the rewards will be great. Selling a product that people want is the best way to make money and you can do this at home or on the move.

2. Promote Yourself through Word of Mouth

Your home business will grow stronger as time goes on .Take advantage of the many markets available but remember that you will only get noticed if you sell something people want. Using the right marketing techniques is key to making your home business a success. It will take some time to get noticed if you don’t have any marketing efforts in place but the rewards will be great. Selling a product that people want is the best way to make money and you can do this at home or on the move.

3.Don’t be Afraid to Use the Wrong Marketing Techniques

Putting all your efforts into the right marketing strategies will make it easier for you to market your business. It is better to put in some time and learn about various avenues for promoting your business than not doing anything at all. If you already have a business, marketing is an important part of running it successfully .If you are just starting out as a home based business owner, there is still time to work on building awareness for your product or service. Also, there are many benefits from working from home including a few challenges that can sometimes be overcome with hard work and a little initiative . There are many challenges but the rewards can make them worth it.

As Dr. Jordan Sudberg home business model is a success, he is able to sell his services and products both online and offline. As a home business owner, his goal is to maintain his client’s well-being in the easiest possible ways and to be there whenever they need him because of the high demands for his services in the market. He has knowledge, skills, expertise and years of experience that can be used to provide patients much-needed support. With proper marketing and strategies, he is able to use his success as a platform from which to build a profitable home business.

Roedean School Students Raise Money for Ukrainian Refugee Children 

Roedean School Students Raise Money for Ukrainian Refugee Children 

A team of Roedean School students has completed a charity relay swim across the English Channel to raise money for Ukrainian refugee children. The 6 schoolgirls swam through the night from Dover to Cap Gris-Nez in Northern France in 13 hours and 13 minutes.

Believed to be the first all-girls school pupils to complete the crossing are Bella Mapledoram, aged 12; Clara Burton-Dowsett, aged 14; Rose Owens, aged 15; Amy Ng and Olivia Crawley, both aged 16; and Roedean’s head girl Jemima Venturi, aged 17. For Year 11 pupils Rose and Amy, the charity challenge took place during the middle of their GCSE exam period, and the two girls sat a paper and swam the crossing on the same day.

Taking the Plunge for Ukrainian Refugees

Considered the ultimate long-distance challenge, the Channel crossing is one of the world’s busiest shipping lanes, with 600 tankers, 200 ferries, and other vessels passing through daily.

Together, the 6 Roedean School students swam more than 21 miles, buffeted by tides, dodging swarms of jellyfish, and facing waves up to 2 metres high. The team took turns swimming during the night, with the girls swapping every hour. The pilot boat accompanying the team carried their swim coach Stefan Serafimov and two teachers, John Hobbs and Kate Wakeling. 

Despite the cold temperatures and choppy waves, the girls kept one another going through the night and cheered when they reached France. Bella, the youngest pupil of the group, described the feeling at the finish line as “amazing.”

The girls’ achievement will benefit young Ukrainian refugees as, through their swim sponsorship, the team has raised over £7,000 in aid of Roedean School’s 110% bursary scheme. This fund allowed six Ukrainian refugees to start at the Brighton school in the 2022 autumn term.

Training for the Channel Swim

Roedean School boasts a striking clifftop location just 10 minutes away from Brighton. From this position, overlooking the sea, students can easily access the beach through the School’s private tunnel, and the sea swimming club regularly meets first thing in the morning to get out into the water.

The Channel crossing team trained twice a week, on Mondays and Fridays at 6.30 a.m., before the school day began. Wetsuits aren’t allowed for the crossing, so the girls practised in costumes and swimming hats, building up their tolerance for the cold temperatures.

Top Marks for GCSE Swimmers

Two of the team managed the challenge despite also sitting their GCSE exams. Rose and Amy completed a biology paper in the morning before starting the charity swim at 11 p.m. that same day. Rose recounts having had little time to celebrate after completing the crossing as the girls had to revise for an upcoming chemistry paper the week after. Rose achieved top marks, one grade 8 and the rest grade 9s, and she is now entering Roedean School Sixth Form to study double maths, physics, and chemistry.

Headmaster Oliver Blond cited the Year 11 students’ incredible achievement as an example of Roedean School students’ well-roundedness and outstanding commitment to their co-curricular passions and community activities alongside their academic goals.

About Roedean School

Roedean School is a top UK day and boarding school for girls aged 11 to 18. Established in 1885 by the Lawrence sisters to offer girls an exceptional school experience, Roedean continues its vision today and provides an inspiring, comprehensive education in a safe and friendly community.

Though Roedean School students routinely achieve outstanding academic results, the School’s holistic educational ethos also ensures girls have access to plenty of opportunities to express themselves and grow into independent, cultured, and thoughtful young women who are eager to drive positive change in the world.

The Independent Schools Inspectorate recently awarded Roedean “excellent” in every category assessed, noting Roedean School students’ progress, positivity, and eagerness to participate in the school community.

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