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Collectors: It's not just about status or money, it's about supporting artists who have invested years into developing their craft. Artists have been overlooked for far too long, yet continue to pour into what they are passionate about. Artists make our world a much better place.
Being an art #collector, whether in #cryptoart, #nft's, traditional #art, or many other art forms - it must primarily stem from a love for beauty, skill, creativity, nature, meaning, and thinking. Great art makes us appreciate, connect, aspire, reflect, and adjust perspectives.
As collectors, we help to recognize these talents in original artwork. Collecting from underrated, undervalued, underappreciated, unknown #artists who display stunning aptitudes for creating is a joy and a privilege, as it communicates to artists that they are valued and seen.
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It is a Friday, so we thought to bring to you something light 😉

Here are 4 ways to create a positive impact on your bottom line.
👇👇
🎯 Solve problems like a pro – Don’t allow negative perceptions about your brand to linger, but address it immediately.

This way, you can generate referrals and increase customer loyalty or at least control negative word-of-mouth about your brand.
🎯Employ folks with superb people skills – Most of your employees are the face of your business.
From the service agent replying to the phones to the cashier, hiring people with good people skills is a non-negotiable for your business’s customer service success.
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I’m buying $3-4m of private real estate every month.

But I didn’t start out with money and I didn’t start at this level. Starting “big” is often a bad idea. I started small and worked my way up.

Here’s how I did it - to model for your own empire:
🏆 You only need one deal

A lot of people overcomplicate it too much. You don’t need 10 deals — you need one deal. One deal under your belt and THEN you can roll the momentum from that into 2, 3, etc...
🏆 My first deal was bad

A small 1800 sf place in Alabama. I thought the rehab would be $25k and it ended up being $40k👎 I purchased for $80k and thought it would be worth $150k, but it wasn’t.. it was worth $120k 👎 all in all I lost about $5k on the deal.
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I read about these Twenty Two #SocialRules and found them helpful and I believe may help you too.

These are surely #TooGoodNotToShare

1. Don’t call someone more than twice continuously. If they don’t pick up your call, presume they have something important to attend to.
2. Return money that you have borrowed even before the person that borrowed you remember or ask for it. It shows your integrity and character. Same goes with umbrellas, pens and lunch boxes.

3. Never order the expensive dish on the menu when someone is giving you a lunch/dinner.
4. Don’t ask awkward questions like ‘Oh so you aren’t married yet?’ Or ‘Don’t you have kids’ or ‘Why didn’t you buy a house?’ Or why don't you buy a car? For God’s sake it isn’t your problem.
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