If you’re anything like us, you find yourself with less and less time to physically go to brick and mortar retail stores to shop. More and more we find ourselves doing our shopping online instead because life is just too busy these days! What will happen if we’re not spending our time updating our Facebook statuses and playing Draw Something with our friends?
We’ve been in the design business for a long time, GLAD WORKS friends. During that time, we’ve seen many design trends come and go. Since the days of the Web 2.0 aesthetic, to that cool retro thing everyone is doing right now, we have seen it all.
It's that time again, Friday people! We're super stoked to share what we found on our travels around the Internet this week! You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll kick yourself for taking toys out of the box...
Andre: Remember all those toys you loved when you were a child? You threw them down the stairs, you left them out in the rain... and they probably got thrown out eventually. Come see how much they'd be worth if you weren't such an obnoxious kid. ;)
Today’s post is part one in a series about the realities of business, or, what reality TV shows can teach us about business. Up next week: The Real Housewives! But first, let’s take a look at Celebrity Apprentice, shall we?
When they’re not busy ripping out each other’s hair extensions, flipping tables and planning disturbingly expensive weddings, there are a few nuggets of business wisdom that can be gleaned from watching the Real Housewives on their reality TV shows.
Patti Stanger, owner of The Millionaire’s Club, is known as the Millionaire Matchmaker. On her reality TV show of the same name, she helps millionaires who are unlucky in love find meaningful relationships. From watching her show and thinking about her expert dating advice, we couldn’t help but notice how similar business relationships are to dating relationships.