Understanding love on Valentine’s Day

first_imgI soon learned that within the group of eight of us who had come to the game was this homeless man’s own daughter – Karen’s niece – who hadn’t seen her father but twice in the past four years, and not at all in the six years prior. “I almost didn’t recognize you,” he told Karen. “I know you didn’t,” she responded. Karen’s simple “How are you?” spawned the heartbreaking details of this man’s so-called life. “I just got out,” he stated, lifting his sleeve to display a prison bracelet still clinging to his wrist. He’d just spent upward of a year behind bars for manslaughter. Now he stood before us, not-so-gaunt-looking (prison had fattened him up a bit, Karen speculated). He walked with us to the parking structure to see his daughter, who had already made her way to the car. We all tried to step aside and give them some room to catch up. Their reunion lasted a minute maybe. Once inside the car, the tears came. For several of us. His daughter: “I’d rather not see him at all than see him this way. My mother died of a drug overdose. When I have kids, they won’t see any of that. I will give them a different life.” Karen: “It would have killed my mom to see her son this way.” Me: “No one is a lost cause.” Karen and her niece were visibly moved – but were, for all intents and purposes, accustomed to this. I wasn’t. “Where will he go now?” I asked Karen, half wondering why she wasn’t scooping him up into the Suburban with us and taking him back to safety in suburbia. “Back on the streets,” she said. She added that he looked as if he was “on” something. “How is that possible?” I asked. Drug-free in prison for over a year and the instant he gets out, the addiction kicks in again? “Yes,” was her answer. I guess some addictions lie dormant and never truly die. She said she could sense that he wanted to ask her for money, but that even if he had, she didn’t have cash in her wallet. I won’t pretend to be so noble that I returned home and instantly signed up to volunteer at a homeless shelter. But I was moved to do something. I will challenge myself this Valentine’s Day to contemplate what it means to truly “love” something, or better yet, someone. Do I really know the definition of “love”? And am I living out that definition? After all, it’s much easier to “love” the athlete in the arena than the homeless man outside of it. Elizabeth Sandoval is an L.A.-based writer/performer.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! LOVE is not a true virtue unless one loves the unlovable, right? After all, it’s quite easy to “love” your puppy or your new cell phone or the Chicago Bears, but it is quite another concept to actually direct love, or deep affection, toward, say, a homeless person. On a recent night, a group of us had just vacated $25 nosebleed seats at Staples Center and made our way outside when my friend “Karen” informed us, “That’s my brother behind you.” We turned to find a homeless man. last_img read more

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Sanchez move outshone Neymar on social media: Utd chief

first_img“Alexis Sanchez has set a new January signing record in terms of shirt sales — three times that previous record,” Woodward said in United’s earnings report conference call for the second quarter of the 2017-18 financial year.“Last month we further invested in the future of the club by extending Jose Mourinho’s contract and entering into an exchange agreement with Arsenal swapping Mkhitaryan for Sanchez, strengthening Jose’s attacking options.”He said the signing generated some striking social media statistics.“It was the biggest United post on Instagram with two million likes and comments, the most shared United Facebook post ever, the most retweeted United post ever and #Alexis7 was the number one trending topic on Twitter worldwide,” said Woodward.“To put all that into context, the announcement posts generated 75 per cent more interaction than the sale of the world’s most expensive player last summer when Neymar moved from Barcelona to PSG.”– United loss –United, second in the Premier League, blamed US President Donald Trump’s corporate tax reforms as the reason for a £29 million second-quarter loss to the end of December 2017, despite a boom in broadcast income.American-owned United said an exceptional “accounting write-off of £48.8 million” had been made with the US corporate tax rate set to tumble from 35 percent to 21 percent following Trump’s substantive enactment of US tax reform in December.Several large corporations have signalled that the law will result in a short-term hit on earnings repatriated from overseas and due to revaluation of assets.United, who recently retained their place at the top of Deloitte’s Money League, saw broadcast income rise 17.3 percent to £61.6 million thanks in large part to the club’s return to the Champions League.Total revenue for the quarter was up nearly four percent from last year to £163.9 million.Another wave of TV cash could be around the corner, with bids for a new three-year cycle for Premier League TV rights in Britain from 2019-2022 to be presented on Friday.The Premier League is aiming to build on the record £5.14 billion three-year domestic television deal with Sky Sports and BT Sport, which runs until 2019.In a bid to keep the price of rights rising and encourage potential other bidders such as tech giants Amazon and Facebook, 200 games will be broadcast live, up from 168 in the current deal, in a range of packages.The expected bonanza from both for domestic and overseas TV rights saw English clubs spend a record £430 million in the January transfer window.United’s latest financial figures do not include Sanchez’s deal, but wages did increase by 9.4 per cent to £69.6 million, also in part caused by bonuses resulting from the club’s Champions League return.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Manchester United’s Chilean striker Alexis Sanchez has scored on the field and on social media for his new club © AFP/File / PAUL ELLISLONDON, United Kingdom, Feb 8 – The social media frenzy surrounding Alexis Sanchez’s high-profile move to Manchester United dwarfed interest shown when Neymar moved from Barcelona to Paris Saint-Germain, executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward said Thursday.Sanchez joined United from Premier League rivals Arsenal last month in a deal that saw Henrikh Mkhitaryan go the other way and has made an immediate impact on and off the pitch, scoring on his home debut and setting a new record for shirt sales.last_img read more

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No Arsenal move for Andre Silva as AC Milan agree £33.5m deal for strike starlet

first_img Andre Silva has scored seven goals in eight games for Portugal 1 Arsenal target Andre Silva is having a medical at AC Milan ahead of a £33.5m switch.The Porto forward has been tracked by Gunners scouts this season and had been linked with a summer move to north London.However, they will now have to look elsewhere with Milan closing in on the signing of the 21-year-old talent.Silva firmly established himself as one of the Europe’s most exciting young players with 21 goals in 44 first-team appearances last term and has already scored seven times for Portugal in only eight appearances.His illustrious compatriot Cristiano Ronaldo even urged his club Real Madrid to make a move for the star as a summer transfer saga loomed.But Milan have moved quickly to snare their man, who is now only a completed a medical away from joining the Rossoneri, according to the Gazzetta dello Sport.last_img read more

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ST PATRICK’S DAY IN PICTURES IN DONEGAL AND AROUND THE GLOBE!

first_imgCELEBRATIONS of St Patrick’s Day are underway across Co Donegal today.You’ve been sending in your pictures of the day – and here’s just some of them.If you have a special picture you want to share – whether you’re in Hong Kong or Bundoran – send them to info@donegaldaily.com Pictured above is Donegal girl Emma Mulhern with her Cork friend Claire Tadla in Zimbabwe. “Say hello my Mammy,” says Emma.Below is a bird’s eye view of the Letterkenny parade from Patrick Gildea – thousands are in the town this afternoon.Clodagh Mc Gettigan enjoying Carrigart St Patricks day parade below: One of the Northwest’s liveliest and most popular Community Centre’s, Ionad Naomh Pádraig, Dore in the heart of Gweedore has this week turned an amazing shade of Green in honour of St. Patrick, the patron Saint who gives its name to the Community Centre. Ionad Naomh Pádraig provides a diverse range of services and facilities for both young and old in the local community and the surrounding areas on a daily basis.SHANE WALLACE FROM Wallace Media Above in New York with the head of the NYPD.Meanwhile in Glenties – hundreds of leprechauns have turned up – pic from Micheal Brennan.This is a photo below of James and his brother Connor Gallagher waiting for the parade in Letterkenny.They have just discovered silly string and wanted to spay everyone passing today.   ST PATRICK’S DAY IN PICTURES IN DONEGAL AND AROUND THE GLOBE! was last modified: March 17th, 2012 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:ST PATRICK’S DAY IN PICTURES IN DONEGAL AND AROUND THE GLOBE!last_img read more

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PRESIDENT MICHAEL D HIGGINS TO VISIT DONEGAL TO PRESENT TIP O’NEILL AWARD

first_imgThe  Tip O’Neill Diaspora Award award will be presented to Senate President Therese Murray by President Michael D. Higgins at a special ceremony in September.Tip O’NeillThe Tip O’Neill Irish Diaspora Award was established on the centenary of the birth of Speaker Thomas P. Tip O’Neill in 2012.It was established to recognise the achievements of members of the Irish Diaspora in their chosen fields and to celebrate the global impact of Irish people everywhere and their maintenance of links with Ireland. Taoiseach Enda Kenny has welcomed the announcement of Senator Therese Murray, President of the Massachusetts State Senate as recipient of the 2014 Tip O’Neill Irish Diaspora Award. Congratulating Senator Murray, the Taoiseach acknowledged her leadership role in Massachusetts and her ongoing interest in and support for economic development in Ireland.Senator Murray has proven herself to be a worthy recipient by carving out a very successful career in the predominantly male world of, not just American politics, but politics in general. She has been a champion of Welfare causes, mental health, children’s welfare and health, and the elderly. She has been the driving force behind many very worthy State reforms in Massachusetts and has always maintained her close links with the country of her heritage. A champion of the people, Senator Murray is a politician with a very large heart that has remained true to the traditional Irish values that were instilled in her from both her parents. Her father’s people hail from County Cork, and her mother’s from Limerick and Dublin. She will be attending the annual prize giving ceremony and the associated calendar of events which are held each year in Buncrana, in recognition of the Tip O’Neill’s Donegal roots and his impact on world affairs.“I am humbled and honored to be receiving the 3rd Tip O’Neill Diaspora Award,” said Massachusetts Senate President Therese Murray.“Having the opportunity to further strengthen and create economic and academic links between Massachusetts and in the Northwest of Ireland not only solidifies our historic ties, but also allows us to build a new bridge of cutting edge technology and innovation. It is these new connections that will help spur discovery and development, provide inspiration and opportunity, and move Massachusetts and the Island of Ireland forward in this global economy. Where there is opportunity there is hope and where there is hope there is peace. Working together, we will achieve great things.”Donegal County Manager, Seamus Neely stated, “The importance of our Diaspora to Donegal and to Ireland cannot be overstated and we are committed to continuing to work to consolidate and further develop our links in this regard. The enthusiasm, commitment, and work ethic of our Diaspora has ingratiated them to their adopted nations, but we will continue to consider them as merely ‘being away for a while’, regardless of the generations that may have passed since.” Previous recipients have been renowned journalist and social commentator and Editor of the Irish Voice and Irish Central, Niall O’Dowd (2012) and Governor Brian Schweitzer of Montana (2013).This recognition and celebration of the Irish Diaspora has proven to be hugely successful and cements the links between Irish people throughout the world for mutual benefit. It is hugely important that these two cohorts of people maintain these strong bonds and that we can all take pride in the achievements of our Diaspora for many years to come.  PRESIDENT MICHAEL D HIGGINS TO VISIT DONEGAL TO PRESENT TIP O’NEILL AWARD was last modified: May 6th, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:President Michael D HigginsTip O’Neill Awardlast_img read more

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Parents say term too light

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week Antelope Valley Superior Court Judge Randolph Rogers said he could not go along with the original deal after hearing from Natalie’s parents, so he sentenced Boden to eight months, attorneys said. Still, a longer jail sentence was not enough for Manuel and Jessyka Ceja, both 22. “He’s destroyed our lives. He’s coldhearted. He’s never apologized. He’s had many chances but he hasn’t,” Jessyka Ceja said. “He will get a second chance to spend holidays and birthdays with his family. Our baby doesn’t.” Boden’s attorney, Michael Eberhardt, said his client is restricted in talking to the victim’s parents because Eberhardt told him not to discuss the case with anyone until the case is over. He said Boden is distraught about the baby’s death. “He’s so traumatized by this that he’s under a doctor’s care,” Eberhardt said. “He is as remorseful as I’ve known any client to be.” Rogers gave Boden the choice of either serving the eight months in jail or doing six months in jail followed by six months of monitoring with an electronic device. LANCASTER – A Palmdale man accused of driving drunk and crashing into a Sylmar family’s sedan, killing a 7-month-old baby, began serving eight months in jail Thursday, a sentence called unjust by the baby’s parents. Eric Boden, 27, pleaded no contest to felony vehicular manslaughter and driving under the influence causing injury in the July 16 death of Natalie Ceja and will be formally sentenced July 6 to ensure he serves the entire eight months. “I feel devastated. That’s not justice,” father Manuel Ceja said after the hearing. The original plea bargain called for Boden to be sentenced to a year in jail, which with jail overcrowding could have meant his release within one to two months. Boden, who is married and works as a supervisor at a Burbank studio, chose to do the eight months. If at the end of six months, he changes his mind and wants to be released, he will be monitored for another six months, attorneys said. Boden, whose blood-alcohol level was later tested at 0.13 percent, was talking on a cell phone when his Ford Ranger pickup truck rear-ended the Cejas’ Honda Accord as the couple pulled over to let a fire engine pass on Pearblossom Highway. Natalie was strapped into a child-safety seat in the back seat when the crash occurred. Her parents had been taking her to see friends in the Antelope Valley and deliver an invitation to her baptism. Boden had originally been charged with gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated, which carries a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison upon conviction. The case prompted Assemblywoman Sharon Runner, R-Lancaster, to propose legislation that would impose harsher penalties on drunk drivers who kill someone in their first drunk-driving arrest. Karen Mendenhall, director of the Mothers Against Drunk Driving Antelope Valley/Kern County chapter, said Boden’s sentence was too lenient. “We want the stiffest sentence possible to tell the community that drunk driving is not acceptable here in the Antelope Valley. I don’t think a lenient sentence tells the community that,” said Mendenhall, who attended the hearing with the Ceja family. “I would’ve hoped for more for the family.” Eberhardt defended the original case settlement. “I just feel the disposition of this case was appropriate. There was a lot of investigation by both the D.A.’s office and my office. There was not gross negligence as charged originally.” Prosecutors offered the one-year jail sentence and five years’ probation, citing Boden’s lack of a record, his blood-alcohol level and the difficulty of proving Boden acted in a grossly negligent manner. In his statement to the court Thursday, Manuel Ceja said Natalie was the first and only granddaughter on both sides of the family. “Her perfections were perceptible from head to toe. In as little as six months of life she touched the hearts of an incomparable amount of people,” Manuel Ceja said. “This man killed our baby. We continue to wake up in the middle of the night looking for Natalie in her crib only to find that she’s not there,” he added. Karen Maeshiro, (661) 267-5744 karen.maeshiro@dailynews.com 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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Football Visits Campbell On Saturday

first_imgThe Drake University football team travels to Buies Creek, N.C. on Saturday to take on PFL foe Campbell at 5 p.m. (CST) for the first time since 2012.Saturday’s contest will be the sixth all-time meeting between Drake and the Fighting Camels. The Bulldogs hold a perfect 5-0 record over CU.Drake is coming of a dominating, 41-3, victory over Stetson to open PFL play last week, while the Camels dropped a one-point decision, 25-24, at Bulter.  Drake’s defense headlined the team’s PFL opening win by surrendering just 178 yards to Stetson while recording seven sacks and forcing two turnovers. The Bulldogs held Stetson to a school-record low zero rushing yards. The Bulldogs rank fifth in the country in sacks with 15 and are led by John Hugunin, Taylor Coleman, Mack Marrin and Tanner Evans with two sacks apiece. Hugunin leads Drake with 31 tackles, including 5.5 for a loss, the most in the PFL, while Marrin ranks ninth in the PFL with 4.0 tackles for a loss.Drake’s offense is led by junior running back Conley Wilkins, who has scored 30 of Drake’s 103 points this season and rushed for 357 yards, the third-most in PFL.For the Fighting Camels, junior running back De’Shawn Jones leads the team’s running game and ranks second in the PFL with 508 yards. Last week, Jones rushed for 133 yards on 17 carries in a 25-24 setback against Butler.Defensively, Campbell leads the league and ranks fifth in the nation with allowing only 266.2 yards of total offense per game. The Camels are allowing under 165 yards passing and 105 rushing yards per game. Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more

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Tshepo10K: inspiring South African youth with skills

first_img11 November 2015The City of Tshwane, along with a number of stakeholders and partners including Absa, the National Youth Development Agency (NYDA) and the University of Pretoria, wants to continue to train, up skill and inspire more of the city’s young people to be willing and able enough to start up their own businesses in order to combat a sluggish local economy.The city’s Tshepo10K, launched in 2013 and aimed at providing skills training and employment opportunities to 10 000 of the city’s youth, has begun to bear fruit.Sam Makhura, @CityTshwane Supply Chain Performance Specialist shares his experiences working with #Tshepo10k pic.twitter.com/gymv9EggyI— City News Tshwane (@TshwaneHerald) November 6, 2015At a presentation on 6 November 2015, the first top performing Tshepo10K beneficiaries and their stories were highlighted to media, invited guests and the public.In his keynote address, Tshwane Executive Mayor Kgosientso Ramokgopa thanked the stakeholders involved in the project and congratulated the young people on their achievements. He assured them the city would support them as they went forward.Thanks to the following stakeholders for supporting #Tshepo10K initiative; @Tukkies, @Absa, @NYDARSA and GEP— City of Tshwane (@CityTshwane) November 6, 2015Today @MayorOfTshwane acknowledges, recognizes & pays special tribute #Tshepo10k, an initiative he launched in 2013 pic.twitter.com/KukKhG0XrG— Tinyiko L Mokgobi (@lolomokgobi) November 6, 2015Tembeka Mhlekwa, Tshwane’s head of economic development, who also spoke at the event, said she was happy with the progress of the project so far, and hoped that it would be a prime example for other municipalities on how to tackle youth unemployment.Head of Economic Development #TembekaMhlekwa thanks @lolomokgobi for supporting #Tshepo10k and developing its logo pic.twitter.com/ShlUs3XPjr— Subesh Pillay (@SubeshPillay) November 6, 2015The multimillion-rand project includes a collaboration with the University of Pretoria to train unemployed young people with a number of rigorous and intensive business management courses.These offer them the chance to learn practical and necessary skills and expertise to start businesses that grow and succeed. The training includes learning how to use that business to successfully tender for government procurement contracts.After training, the candidates then form business co-operatives and are placed in internships in the city’s various utility departments, such as electricity and energy, water and sanitation, roads and transport, housing and human settlements, and environmental management. More than 190 co-operatives have already been established through the project. These businesses operate across the Tshwane municipality and bring much-needed services to residents.Jointed five Co-operative from Hammanskraal at #Tshepo10K Top Achievers Event pic.twitter.com/c2GkT2ZW4d— City of Tshwane (@CityTshwane) November 6, 2015Lesedi T Ten K Co-operativeLebogang Maanga, one of the first through the programme, is the chairperson of the Lesedi T Ten K Co-operative, owned together with four partners.Maanga received a grant to set up the co-operative from the NYDA and used it to fund the office equipment for the business. “We named our co-operative Lesedi because we saw light at the end of the tunnel. The project has provided us with administrative skills such as how to quote for our services,” she said.The key milestones for their co-operative, Maanga explained at the event, included sending out letters of demand on behalf of the city, providing cleaning services at Rosslyn electricity depot, repairing street lights in Soshanguve, and erecting soccer pitches around the city.The journey wasn’t easy but each step was worth it – Tembeka Mhlekwa #Tshepo10K top 100 achievers ceremony pic.twitter.com/gBVEkArl37— Tinyiko L Mokgobi (@lolomokgobi) November 6, 2015“(The co-operative has) created 64 jobs,” said Maanga, but she acknowledged that the journey had not been easy. “At times we faced financial challenges but through hard work, determination, sleepless nights and continuous support from the city, we were able to get here.”The Lesedi team is now able to live fruitful and productive lives, while using their business acumen to improve the lives of others in their community.Speaking about Lesedi’s future and the success of Tshepo10K, Maanga said they were “determined to work harder, and not only focus on quantity but also ensure that the service and goods we provide is of high quality”. They plan to grow the business and involve more unemployed youth.Eco Factory Co-operativeEco Factory, in the Ga-Rankuwa industrial park, produces low-cost school desks, helping the Department of Basic Education to address the needs of schools and supply quality school desks to poor schools across the country.The desks are made in South Africa from the wood of invasive alien trees cleared by previously unemployed workers. Eco Factory’s David Makobe said Tshepo10K had helped him understand business and procurement processes, a skill he never had before.Hlabollo Primary Co-operativeAnother beneficiary, Lucky Malatji of Hlabollo Primary Co-operative, works in the housing sector. He said that thanks to skills learned with Tshepo10K, the co- operative was awarded a project for ready-mix concrete valued at R200 000 as well as a storm water maintenance project valued at R400 000. The group employed 30 previously unemployed youths.Funding, though, is one of main challenges to the survival of the co-operatives, and Tshepo10K urges more interaction with the private sector to help make these small initiatives work better.“There has been resistance from buyers to utilise Tshepo co-operatives. But recently they have started warming up to us,” said one co-operative member.MMC @SubeshPillay explains how Tshwane’s #Tshepo10k work. pic.twitter.com/ZMAbP8c3wk— Tendai Joe (@Tendaijoe) November 6, 2015Youth were a key element in Tshwane Vision 2055, said the member of the Tshwane mayoral committee for economic development, Subesh Pillay. “The city believes its young residents will be the flag bearers and reap the benefits of the city in the future.”Proceedings ended with a song for the Tshepo10K project, written and performed by one of its beneficiaries who hoped to inspire the next group of young people to take hold of their future.#Tshepo10k theme song. Beautiful pic.twitter.com/zlT1JvOd1D— City News Tshwane (@TshwaneHerald) November 6, 2015Source: South African Government News Websitelast_img read more

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Why Value Degrades Over Time

first_img Get the Free eBook! Learn how to sell without a sales manager. Download my free eBook! You need to make sales. You need help now. We’ve got you covered. This eBook will help you Seize Your Sales Destiny, with or without a manager. Download Now The value of your solution was enough to win your dream client’s business and their loyalty. But value is sometimes subject to entropy, or deterioration in effectiveness over time.Solving the Last Problem Doesn’t Solve the NextWhen you won your dream client’s business, they had a challenge, and they needed someone to help them create better results. The value you created through the sales conversations and the value of your solution together solved their problem perfectly. That solution, however, only addressed the last challenge, and has so far been impotent when it comes to dealing with new issues.The reason the value you create degrades over time is that it was designed to solve one set of problems or challenges and is now confronted with new ones, ones for which it was not intended—and opening you up to being competitively displaced.The Changing Environment Creates Challenges That Aren’t Quickly PerceivedThe changing environment continues to provide new realities, some of which aren’t very quickly perceived, creating a disruption that limits the value of what was once considered value.At the JFK airport in New York City, there are two lines of cars at baggage claim. One row of cars is made up of traditional taxis; the other line is black cars from Uber or some other ride-sharing service. As you walk by the taxis, most of whom have been watching the Uber line zip by them as they wait for a fare, you will notice each car has a sign in the window to inform you they have an app you can install on your phone.A taxi cab was once the standard in value as it pertains to getting around in New York City. The threat of Uber was not perceived fast enough, and the value of the taxi was massively degraded. The displacement here was through the disintermediation of the model.Advances In Technology, Processes, and SystemsThe Blackberry was better than the cellular phone, as it allowed for email messaging and the use of a calendar. As crude and monochrome as it was, the technology allowed for more than what came before it. The iPhone was to the Blackberry what the Blackberry was to the flip phone; the technology and its capabilities evolved.The process of buying the products you find in retail stores shifted from a trip to the mall to a trip to Amazon.com, some other website, or a click on the same smartphone described above. It’s not the same experience as browsing through a book store, and so the value in one category is lessened, only to be increased in the availability of almost anything you can imagine and search.Over time, what was once perceived as value is replaced by something of greater value. The key to retention is new value.last_img read more

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