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Will God save a pervert like me? I feel like I'm on my last leg before I give up.

2020.09.29 13:53 8486321 Will God save a pervert like me? I feel like I'm on my last leg before I give up.

I'm a 22 year old unmarried guy who has struggled with porn for the past 9 years. There's been short seasons where it's been better but ultimately it's never gone away. I'm inclined to believe that I'm not saved.
Recently I've been really struggling with faith to believe. Not that God exists but that God would save me. I don't doubt that he's able to but I doubt that he intends to. I don't know what to do. I always think of Matthew 7:21.
I'm tired of disappointing my accountability partner and myself and God. At this point I kind of wish I could die and get it all over with. I keep going back to porn again and again even though I know it's wrong and I know it's not going to help. I've prayed that God would cleanse me but I feel that he's turned away from me and doesn't hear me. I've got covenant eyes and everything but then I just don't care and do it anyway.
This past week has been the worst it's been in a long time. It's typically 1-2 times a week but this week it was almost every day. I don't know how I can face my accountability partner now, I'm so ashamed.
I listened to a lot of Tim Keller sermons concerning idols that I thought were really applicable to me. The problem is that I love the pleasure or the thought of a woman's love and approval or whatever more than I love God and His approval. But I don't know how to love God more since I can't just do it as an act of my will? I don't know how to stop desiring a woman's approval and be content loving by myself with no one around that cares about me until the day I die.
I know Christ is my only hope but it seems that He isn't helping me. So I'm lost in a hopeless state. Can anyone sympathize or offer encouragement? Has anyone been saved from such strong passions and ingrained addictions? I really feel like I'm too far gone already. I know His grace is sufficient but I just can't bring myself to believe it's applicable to me. I feel like I can't just assume He really forgives me, I always feel like my repentance isn't good enough and it's only bringing more judgement on me.
I'm stuck in an endless cycle of sin and despair. I don't think I'm suicidal but I just want to die and be done with it all. I'm so tired.
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2020.09.22 02:31 NoYeezyAtWeezyHeezy All Album Releases for Summer (June - August) of 2020

Below is a list of all the albums and EP's that were released in June through August. If there are any I missed or anything you think should be added, let me know and I'll gladly add it because I'm sure there are many I have missed. I've linked all of the ones that there have been album discussions if you would like to go leave your thoughts or rank the album. Also leave a comment below if one or multiple albums stood out to you for the month. Enjoy!

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Dissolver No. 7 - Star Spangled Punch
Oak Grove - Must You Have Love Handles Before You Have a Handle On Love?
Victor Camozzi - Black Dog

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2020.09.03 22:48 Proverbs16_24 Sugarcoated Teachings

Why do some people get so upset by the fact that we are all sinners? What about this truth is so difficult to accept?
Early on in my dating relationship with my now-born-again husband, I showed him an article on why we need pre-marital boundaries. The first reason, “because men are scum”, infuriated him. For months, he refused to accept the idea that pornography and masturbation were sinful, or that he was a sinful person. He argued that if he didn’t masturbate regularly, it would be bad for his prostate. He acknowledged that no one is perfect but condemned the “strong language” the article used in calling people sinners. It took a lot of time and patience, but he came to repentance by God's grace and realized his old views were mistaken. But what exactly is so strong about saying we are all sinners when it's the literal truth?
Last year before I presented two seminars on Christian dating and marriage to the youth group from my church (using Tim Keller’s marriage sermons and his book The Meaning of Marriage as primary sources), I had to give a pre-screening to the head of the church as well as some other parents. Like my husband, he was not happy with my mentioning that all men are sinners and most (if not all) who have grown up in Western society have been inundated with highly sexual, nearly pornographic media in TV, movies, music, almost all types of media advertising… So even if you or a guy you know well doesn’t sin sexually all the time, all these prevalent forms of media significantly increase the sexual temptations in dating.
His response? “I know a lot of Christian men who are not like that” and “Having sexual urges is not a bad or unnatural thing” before proceeding to explain to everyone how puberty works in boys. He completely missed the point that although God designed men in their husband-capacity to know, honor, and bless their wife (including sexual blessing), that this understanding has now become so radically distorted through repeated sexual experience, lusting, and fantasy with a variety of women (in mind if not in body). Another parent didn’t want me to bring up masturbation in front of her 14-year-old son (even though he and other youth members attended public high school with all kinds of students, at least pre-COVID), so I was forced to censor my slides. I wasn’t allowed to bring up why porn and masturbation are so damaging to relationships (my marriage included) because regardless of context, the mere utterance of those words gave the adults at the pre-screening the wrong idea. I mean, just because your best guy friend doesn’t sin sexually doesn’t mean that no one (even Christians) is susceptible to sin. We all fell to sin but in Christ we are saved. Honestly, I felt like I should have been able to deliver my message unchanged since everyone in the audience were born-again Christians who have attended church regularly for years and would have had no issues in accepting these teachings. Or so I thought.
The day of the second and last seminar, the church decided to hold a summer BBQ afterwards and the church leader invited his younger brother, his wife, and their three daughters to the gathering. To my knowledge, they are a very secular and non-believing family. He warned me before the seminar was to start that there would be non-believers in the audience and suggested I tone down my language once again so as not to offend or drive anyone away from the church. I really didn’t want to squander my last chance to deliver this important message to everyone by sugarcoating my words and making it seem like it’s acceptable to engage in premarital sex or other sinful behaviors outside of a marital covenant (yes, God will forgive you if you genuinely repent, but ideally you shouldn’t give yourself any chance to fall into sin), so I went through it the way I had practiced at home. I honestly didn’t care whether or not the message was accepted by everyone in the room; as long as they had heard the entire thing, I would have been satisfied with that.
During the halftime intermission/break, all three of the church leader’s nieces (including the eldest’s boyfriend) got in their car and drove off to buy alcohol. Even the youngest one, the 17-year-old who’s still too young to drink legally in the US. As I watched the car slowly disappear from the window, I felt disappointed that they hadn’t even bothered to tell me they were planning to ditch my seminar that I spent a total of 8 months perfecting so that my fellow brothers and sisters could be prepared for any relationships they enter in the future. I really didn’t want to have to dumb down the presentation, but now I can see how off-putting and condemning I may have sounded to a non-believer unfamiliar with the Bible. I get it—it’s unpleasant to hear how much of a sinner you are from birth and that you can’t save yourself, but the good news lies in Jesus Christ’s sacrifice on the cross! I feel like a lot of the time this message of forgiveness is not conveyed properly, and how it’s best that as a Christian you find a Christian partner who will serve you sacrificially as Christ did for the church and continually push you up towards the throne where God is. It seems like some people will always jump to conclusions about anything you say regarding Christianity and their worldly views prevent them from understanding God’s word without feeling offended or outraged.
Anyway, that concludes my rant on how I’ve been discouraged from informing youth members (adolescents and young adults) specific areas of sin that can ruin your dating experience and prevent you from having a godly marriage. I just wanted to serve my church in creating a safe space where we could openly and realistically discuss these issues with each other but instead found myself being restricted from doing so because apparently my interpretation of Scripture and biblical views are too harsh, strong, and condemning for the people in my church to accept. Know your audience!
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2020.08.13 13:31 longhigy [H]All the released Masterclass classes: Tony Hawk, Sheila E, Brandon Mcmillan etc. [W] $2 Paypal each, $15 for EVERYTHING

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Eclectic and experiential, Kelly Wearstler’s style helped redefine modern American design and influenced the rise of designer hotels. Now the award-winning designer takes you behind the scenes to demystify interior design. Make any space feel larger, and choose colors, materials, and textures with confidence. Curate collections of art and objects, cultivate your own distinct style, and create spaces that tell a story.
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Neil deGrasse Tyson Teaches Scientific Thinking and Communication
With a hit talk show and bestselling books, Neil deGrasse Tyson is one of the most popular figures in modern science. Now the influential astrophysicist teaches you how his mind works and how he connects with audiences. Learn to think like a skeptic, open your own mind through scientific literacy, distill data, and navigate bias to discover objective truths—and deliver your ideas in ways that engage, excite, and inspire.
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Meet your new instructor: former FBI lead international kidnapping negotiator Chris Voss. While many believe that negotiation is a battle, Chris sees successful negotiation as a collaboration rooted in empathy.
MISTY COPELAND TEACHES BALLET TECHNIQUE AND ARTISTRY
American Ballet Theatre principal dancer Misty Copeland teaches you how to build your technique, embrace your story, and own your movement.
Doris Kearns Goodwin Teaches U.S. Presidential History and Leadership
Meet your instructor: Pulitzer Prize–winning historian and bestselling author Doris Kearns Goodwin. She talks about why she’s excited to teach this class, how she came to love history, and her path to becoming a presidential historian.
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Meet your new instructor: chairman and CEO Bob Iger. In his introduction, Bob talks about what he’s learned from great teachers and what he wants to share with you.
THOMAS KELLER TEACHES COOKING TECHNIQUES III: SEAFOOD, SOUS VIDE, AND DESSERTS
In his third MasterClass, Chef Thomas Keller focuses on preparing fresh seafood like lobster and salmon, making classic desserts such as apple pie and lemon tart, and showing how sous vide cooking can be done at home to enhance flavor and texture. Whether you’re a beginning or advanced cook, you’ll learn the techniques and principles that will give you the understanding and skills to get the most delicious results.
DANNY ELFMAN TEACHES MUSIC FOR FILM
From The Simpsons theme to the soundtracks of Tim Burton’s Pee-wee’s Big Adventure and The Nightmare Before Christmas, Danny Elfman’s compositions are original, memorable, and exuberantly weird. Now the Oingo Boingo founder and four-time Oscar nominee shares his unconventional (and uncensored) creative process. Step into Danny’s studio and learn his techniques for evoking emotion and elevating a story through music.
SARA BLAKELY TEACHES SELF-MADE ENTREPRENEURSHIP
Meet your instructor: self-made billionaire and founder of Spanx, Sara Blakely. Sara talks about her journey as an inventor and entrepreneur, sharing that her purpose is to serve women and make products for women better.
From now i'll sell a cooking pack for $10 which includes
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For $15 you'll get EVERYTHING
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After payment you'll get a google drive link with the selected class/es !
I have lots of other interesting stuff you might need(audiobooks, courses, fitness programs, business stuff, rare shows etc I have HQ courses from Jordan Belfort , Ezra Firestone, Iman Gadzhi, Wall street stuff, photography courses etc..
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2020.08.13 13:29 longhigy [H]All the released Masterclass classes: Tony Hawk, Sheila E, Brandon Mcmillan etc. [W] $2 Paypal each, $15 for EVERYTHING

Sheila E avaliable! Robin Roberts communication avaliable now!! Ron Finley Teaches Gardening avaliable now !!
Kelly Wearstler Teaches Interior Design
Eclectic and experiential, Kelly Wearstler’s style helped redefine modern American design and influenced the rise of designer hotels. Now the award-winning designer takes you behind the scenes to demystify interior design. Make any space feel larger, and choose colors, materials, and textures with confidence. Curate collections of art and objects, cultivate your own distinct style, and create spaces that tell a story.
Lynnette Marrero & Ryan Chetiyawardana TEACH MIXOLOGY
Meet Your Instructors: Lynnette Marrero & Ryan Chetiyawardana A leader in the New York City–based craft cocktail movement, Lynnette Marrero is the bar director at the Llama Inn in Brooklyn. Nicknamed “Mr Lyan,” Ryan Chetiyawardana has opened award-winning bars around the world.
RUPAUL TEACHES SELF-EXPRESSION AND AUTHENTICITY RuPaul has transformed drag subculture into a mainstream phenomenon with devoted fans across the world. Now the Emmy-winning host, performer, and drag icon is sharing an intimate look at his personal journey to self-realization. From finding your inner truth to owning the room, RuPaul teaches you how to present your best self to the world. It’s your life’s work to shine—RuPaul shows you how. JEFF GOODBY & RICH SILVERSTEIN TEACH ADVERTISING AND CREATIVITY Meet Jeff Goodby and Rich Silverstein, founders of the legendary advertising agency Goodby Silverstein & Partners. Jeff and Rich introduce themselves and set the stage for their class.
Gabriela Camara MEXICAN COOKING Meet your new instructor: internationally acclaimed chef and restaurateur Gabriela Cámara. Gabriela shares how she became a chef, the origin story of her famed restaurant Contramar in Mexico City, and her philosophy on food and hospitality.
Neil deGrasse Tyson Teaches Scientific Thinking and Communication
With a hit talk show and bestselling books, Neil deGrasse Tyson is one of the most popular figures in modern science. Now the influential astrophysicist teaches you how his mind works and how he connects with audiences. Learn to think like a skeptic, open your own mind through scientific literacy, distill data, and navigate bias to discover objective truths—and deliver your ideas in ways that engage, excite, and inspire.
CHRIS VOSSTEACHES THE ART OF NEGOTIATION
Meet your new instructor: former FBI lead international kidnapping negotiator Chris Voss. While many believe that negotiation is a battle, Chris sees successful negotiation as a collaboration rooted in empathy.
MISTY COPELAND TEACHES BALLET TECHNIQUE AND ARTISTRY
American Ballet Theatre principal dancer Misty Copeland teaches you how to build your technique, embrace your story, and own your movement.
Doris Kearns Goodwin Teaches U.S. Presidential History and Leadership
Meet your instructor: Pulitzer Prize–winning historian and bestselling author Doris Kearns Goodwin. She talks about why she’s excited to teach this class, how she came to love history, and her path to becoming a presidential historian.
BOBBI BROWN TEACHES MAKEUP AND BEAUTY Bobbi Brown teaches you the tips, tricks, and techniques for applying simple, natural makeup that makes you feel beautiful in your own skin.
BOB IGER TEACHES BUSINESS STRATEGY AND LEADERSHIP
Meet your new instructor: chairman and CEO Bob Iger. In his introduction, Bob talks about what he’s learned from great teachers and what he wants to share with you.
THOMAS KELLER TEACHES COOKING TECHNIQUES III: SEAFOOD, SOUS VIDE, AND DESSERTS
In his third MasterClass, Chef Thomas Keller focuses on preparing fresh seafood like lobster and salmon, making classic desserts such as apple pie and lemon tart, and showing how sous vide cooking can be done at home to enhance flavor and texture. Whether you’re a beginning or advanced cook, you’ll learn the techniques and principles that will give you the understanding and skills to get the most delicious results.
DANNY ELFMAN TEACHES MUSIC FOR FILM
From The Simpsons theme to the soundtracks of Tim Burton’s Pee-wee’s Big Adventure and The Nightmare Before Christmas, Danny Elfman’s compositions are original, memorable, and exuberantly weird. Now the Oingo Boingo founder and four-time Oscar nominee shares his unconventional (and uncensored) creative process. Step into Danny’s studio and learn his techniques for evoking emotion and elevating a story through music.
SARA BLAKELY TEACHES SELF-MADE ENTREPRENEURSHIP
Meet your instructor: self-made billionaire and founder of Spanx, Sara Blakely. Sara talks about her journey as an inventor and entrepreneur, sharing that her purpose is to serve women and make products for women better.
From now i'll sell a cooking pack for $10 which includes
Aaron Franklin - Teaches Texas-Style BBQ Alice Waters - Home Cooking Dominique Ansel teaches french pastry fundamentals Gabriela Camara mexican cooking Gordon Ramsay - Cooking Gordon Ramsay Teaches Cooking II: Restaurant Recipes at Home James Suckling Teaches Wine Appreciation lynnette marrero & ryan chetiyawardana mixology Massimo Bottura teaches Italian cooking Thomas Keller Teaches Cooking Thomas Keller Teaches Cooking Techniques II: Meats, Stocks, Sauces THOMAS KELLER TEACHES COOKING TECHNIQUES III: SEAFOOD, SOUS VIDE, AND DESSERTS Wolfgang Puck - Cooking
For $15 you'll get EVERYTHING
Aaron Franklin - Teaches Texas-Style BBQ Aaron Sorkin – Screenwriting Alice Waters - Home Cooking Annie Leibovitz - Photography Armin Van Buuren - Dance Music Billy Collins - Teaches Reading and Writing Poetry Bob Woodward - Investigative Journalism Carlos Santana Teaches The Art And Soul Of Guitar Chris Hadfield Teaches Space Exploration Christina Aguilera - Teaches Singing Dan Brown Teaches Writing Thrillers Daniel Negreanu Teaches Poker David Axelrod and Karl Rove Teach Campaign Strategy David Lynch - Teaches Creativity and Film David Mamet - Dramatic Writing Deadmau5 - Electronic Music Production Diane von Furstenberg - Building a Fashion Brand Dominique Ansel teaches french pastry fundamentals Dr. Jane Goodall Teaches Conservation Dustin Hoffman - Acting Frank Gehry - Design and Architecture Garry Kasparov - Chess Gordon Ramsay - Cooking Gordon Ramsay Teaches Cooking II: Restaurant Recipes at Home Hans Zimmer - Film Scoring Helen Mirren - Acting Herbie Hancock - Jazz Howard Schultz about leading a values-based business Itzhak Perlman teches violin James Patterson - Writing James Suckling Teaches Wine Appreciation Jane Goodall - Conservation Jimmy Chin Photography Jodie Foster teaches filmmaking Joyce Carol Oates Teaches the Art of the Short Story Judd Apatow Teaches Comedy Judy Blume Teaches Writing Ken Burns Teaches Documentary Filmmaking Kevin Spacey - Acting Malcolm Gladwell Teaches Writing Marc Jacobs - Fashion Design Margaret Atwood Teaches Creative Writing Martin Scorsese - Filmmaking Massimo Bottura teaches Italian cooking Mira Nair Teaches Independent Filmmaking Neil Gaiman Teaches the Art of Storytelling PAUL KRUGMAN TEACHES ECONOMICS AND SOCIETY Penn and Teller - Teach the Art of Magic PHIL IVEY TEACHES POKER STRATEGY Reba McEntire - Country Music Reba McEntire Teaches Country Music Ron Howard - Directing Samuel L. Jackson Teaches Acting Serena Williams - Tennis Shonda Rhimes Teaches Writing for Television Spike Lee Teaches Independent Filmmaking Stephen Curry Teaches Basketball Steve Martin - Comedy Stine teaches Writing for young Audiences Thomas Keller Teaches Cooking Thomas Keller Teaches Cooking Techniques II: Meats, Stocks, Sauces Timbaland - Teaches Producing and Beatmaking Tom Morello Teaches Electric Guitar Usher - The Art of Performance Werner Herzog Teaches Filmmaking Will Wright Teaches Game Design and Theory Wolfgang Puck - Cooking
After payment you'll get a google drive link with the selected class/es !
I have lots of other interesting stuff you might need(audiobooks, courses, fitness programs, business stuff, rare shows etc I have HQ courses from Jordan Belfort , Ezra Firestone, Iman Gadzhi, Wall street stuff, photography courses etc..
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2020.08.10 21:28 dansalg Branding a City

The Ultimate Guide to Branding a City, Smart City, or Municipality
People and products are brands. However, this concept strongly applies to cities as well.
Since the early 2000s, many cities have recognized the importance of developing a brand image, increasing the potential to attract residents, bolster business, and boost tourism. When a city is able to create a brand for themselves, they are implementing Place Branding. Within the last decade, many cities have made drastic moves to overhaul their current brand to help stimulate investment and growth.
Similar to most mainstream marketing campaigns, branding or rebranding a city requires plenty of thought and consideration. Unfortunately, many cities that attempt to rebrand do not carry out sufficient due diligence and research. According to Forbes, an alarmingly high number of branding campaigns fail (86% to be precise). That said, there are some notable successes as well. We will discuss them so you can get a better idea of how you can conduct your branding or rebranding campaign.
A successful branding campaign can turn any city into an attractive destination. Once launched, successful campaigns will revive their cities, attracting people to visit, live and work. A strong identity is vital in a rebranding campaign, especially when competing with various destinations for public attention in business and tourism or re-launching a city after a regeneration initiative.
There are many great and famous cities that have developed their brand organically. Paris is considered the ‘city of love’, while Hong Kong is famous for trade. When branding a city, it’s almost impossible to encapsulate a city’s brand within the bounds of a single word. This is because most cities are not only multi-dimensional, but they are also constantly changing and evolving. Therefore, in most cases, trying to develop city brands synthetically or artificially is often a risky proposition and, at times, presumptuous business. With that said, some cities have been very successful at it. For example, New York with its “I Love New York” campaign has been very effective. The same can be said about Glasgow, which used a similar approach to branding.
Rebranding Albuquerque, New Mexico
Albuquerque has worked hard to implement its city-wide branding strategy. While the TV series ‘Breaking Bad’ has been the main association when people think of Albuquerque, the city has envisioned being famous for a lot more than just Walter White, architecture and art, hot air balloons, and wineries. Their primary goal and motivation for rebranding are to develop a strong brand image that focuses on unpretentiousness, openness, and innovation.
Tim Keller, Albuquerque’s mayor, has noted that community efforts have managed to create a suitable environment in the recent past that helps connect talent with the most suitable resources while providing them the support and tools they require to grow. The city is getting increasingly recognized as a valuable emerging city for a variety of startups on a national scale. Albuquerque has friendly people, low cost of living, access to great leaders and top-notch facilities and technology. The city is an ideal buy for startups and innovative thinkers and a great location for growth.
READ BRANDING A CITY – ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO.Rebranding New York City, US
New York City is easily one of the world’s largest branded cities. In the case of New York’s image, the brand key is direction and integration. The branding is driven, in part, by the mix of eclectic and diverse, ranging from artists to investment bankers, and everyone in-between. All of them, irrespective of their age, gender or creed, have what it takes to realize their dreams and ambitions, provided they put their mind to it. But this just scratches the surface of what New York truly has to offer.
New York City exudes a “can-do” and positive attitude, which manifests in everything ranging from excellent customer service (which may or may not be sarcastic) to towering skyscrapers. This unique combination is so commendable and admired that it is seamlessly branded on almost everything from a coffee mug to a baseball cap.
Over the last several decades, New York City has used a number of campaigns in order to urge folks to reevaluate and assess what they (and their city) are all about. The origins of “I Love NY” are entrenched in the early 1970s. This was the time when this city needed to instill pride and value in itself. This was done to promote the idea that NYC was a place you would like to visit, live in, and become a part of.
READ BRANDING A CITY – NEW YORK, NEW YORKRebranding Amsterdam, Netherlands
Amsterdam is another city that had a positive outcome from place branding. I Amsterdam is both a motto as well as a trademark. It was introduced back in 2004 to rebrand the city as a growing hub for tourists and businesses, and to instill a sense of civic pride. You will see the registered logo emblazoned on a variety of tourist purchases, from mugs and t-shirts to bags and pencils.
The logo is found in ‘Instagram-ready’ and large-scale public installations all over town. The concept is clever, yet simple like the ‘I love NY’ campaign and is definitely here to stay.
As you can see in the video below, the ‘I Amsterdam’ campaign instills the drive and feeling of belonging to a community of individuals, who are passionate about the place they live, learn, work, and play. The goal of the campaign is to show how diverse and inclusive Amsterdam is, all while simultaneously trying to grow their tourism sector.
Rebranding Liverpool, United Kingdom
Liverpool is another successfully branded city. A city known for its nautical ports, Liverpool was suffering from social and economic deprivation in the 1980s. The solution? Rebranding Liverpool to restore it as a top economic destination. In doing so, Liverpool has thrived, with bustling with bars, a modern waterfront, and became a top financial and retail hub. It is a city that caters to everyone.
Whether on a business trip or personal excursion, all tourists should know where the heartbeat of a city is. That is exactly what you can get from Liverpool, along with stunning architecture, a rich history, and a strong sense of pride.
Branding or Rebranding A City
So, how do you brand or rebrand a city? Here are some factors to keep in mind:
Maintain A Clear Objective With Your Branding
When embarking on a branding initiative, it is vital to know exactly what you are trying to achieve and the specific outcomes you are looking for from your branding or rebranding strategy. These aims and objectives should be omnipresent and clear to allow key stakeholders for the city make timely and effective decisions.
The goals of a branding strategy can be diverse. For example, one objective can be to attract major investments in the city, while the other could entail changing typical perceptions people have formed about the city. A smart idea is to consider other cities or states that have managed to successfully achieve similar goals via a branding or rebranding exercise and then use them as a benchmark for your activities.
Know Which Audience Is Best For Your Brand
Knowing your target audience is essential. Although it would be ideal to have the entire world as the target audience, we all know that it will be nearly impossible to come up with a branding strategy that can appeal to everyone. It is important to streamline the specific groups of people that you would like to target and then prioritize them on the basis of importance.
The next step is to investigate and ask your audience what it is they are seeking and how they perceive the relevant city. Will your city be able to cater to their specific needs and preferences effectively? When you figure out your audience, you may decide on the most suitable channel to reach these groups, and devise a more efficient and effective branding strategy.
When Branding, Make Sure You Know The City
If you want to create the ideal or most appealing “persona” for a city, it is vital to first know and understand your city as it exists today. This may entail identifying all the positive aspects linked to the city as well as the negative ones. Similarly, it is important to determine how these perceptions and ideas have changed or evolved historically. You should be able to answer questions such as:
In leveraging this information, you will be better placed to bridge the gap between the way people currently perceive your city and how the ‘perfect city’ is perceived.
Finally, understand what the future of the city is going to look like. Create a list of major goals and next steps that your city is planning. Speak with your audience and see what appeals to them the most.
Benchmarking Metrics For City Branding
The success of any branding or rebranding initiative can be gauged only when there are specific parameters or benchmarks to measure success. It is important to have these benchmarks in place; more importantly, benchmarks must be realistic and have a reasonable timeframe for completion.
Some examples of parameters to keep can include:
It is also vital to ensure all key stakeholders agree on the definition of success. You should always use consistent metrics in order to measure it. You must also incorporate some degree of leeway or flexibility. This would provide both you and the decision makers some space in case you have to shift your focus or direction at any point to maximize your budget effectiveness and impact.
A Website And Social Media Strategy To Match Your New Branding
In order to create a well-rounded campaign, all aspects of your digital marketing should match your physical marketing. This means that your website and social media strategy should be aligned with the campaign, as well.
If your website isn’t updated, any user interest that was generated through the city branding campaign will be lost. It shows a lack of continuity and modernity. Also, most interested users, whether it’s an e-commerce store or a community, will look at social media channels for further information.
If your social media doesn’t align with the same concepts, branding, imagery, tone, and voice as your campaign, then you’re wasting your time. The goal is to completely brand (or rebrand) — not to put a band-aid over dated branding implementations. Consumers are smart, and they’ll likely retract interest if your campaign isn’t cohesive.
Commonalities in Successful City Branding campaignsBRINGING OUT THE IDENTITY OF THE CITY
Cities cannot be defined by a single image or logo. This is what makes successful rebranding so difficult (especially for larger cities). In general, a city can be defined by many attributes, including (but not limited to):
Long story short, a community is hard to define. Creating an identity involves understanding all of the attributes that make up a city or community, and being able to communicate them to the outside world.
STRONG IMAGERY AND VISUALS
There’s a lot to be said about the beautiful imagery of a city, modern typography, and an engaging logo. By solely combining these three attributes, you are able to tell a story to someone who may not know much about what they are looking at.
No, the imagery will most likely not make individuals pack their bags right away and move to the city, but they will definitely spark interest. The goal is to engage the individual in learning more about the city and what it can offer them.
Some Examples Of Successful City Branding Around the World‘M’ – Branding Melbourne, Australia
This particular campaign, launched in 2009, was created through the use of a logo as an icon to represent the city’s modernity, diversity, strength, unification, and creativity. Through the use of a singular letter ‘M’, Melbourne was able to introduce a new form of branding to the city:
READ BRANDING A CITY – MELBOURNE‘C[OPEN]HAGEN’ – Copenhagen, Denmark
The Copenhagen button campaign was clever due to the range of options to communicate Copenhagen’s diverse list of offerings to locals and tourists alike. The reason that this campaign did so well was due to the simplicity of launching the product. Buttons are incredibly cheap to produce, can be handed out in bulk, and are utilized to represent pride for something.
As the campaign evolved, the imagery would evolve as well. Many artist groups, companies, creatives, and others would start to create their own buttons, creating widespread interest towards the campaign.
Turning Physical Marketing Into Digital Marketing
This is actually a huge part of our philosophy here at VisualFizz. The goal of any campaign, especially one that relies on a combination of physical and digital marketing, is to ensure that it is ‘shareable’. Creating specific goals to get users to share the campaign with their friends or followers is vital to a city branding campaign.
For example, if you put new signage up on storefronts in your community, this is great for awareness among individuals who already (most likely) visit those stores. This will boost local morale and pride, but may not get people sharing on their social channels.
An example of well-known shareable campaigns include:
WHEN SEARCHING #IAMSTERDAM ON INSTAGRAM, YOU RECEIVE OVER 1 MILLION TAGS! PHOTO CREDIT TO u/ANJENIDOMAWhat is ‘Place Doing’ or Place Marketing?
There is no doubt that place branding can do great things for a city’s image. Most cities that go through a successful city rebranding campaign find that their residents, as well as tourists, have an elevated sense of pride for their city. The issue is– what if there are little or nearly no reasons to make your city a destination for tourism?
That is where “Place Doing” or Place Marketing comes in. Place Doing, an awkward phrase for a concept that emerged from place branding, is considered the immersive way of bringing in new individuals to a town that otherwise would not appeal to outside visitors.
In most cases, place doing involves inclusive and immersive ways to attract people, such as live events, a new community attitude, new food destinations, interest-based tourism (i.e. agro-tourism), or business-related growth (for example, a major corporation moving to town).
So what’s the challenge? While major cities such as Paris, London, Chicago, LA, Tokyo, and Sydney already have the money to fund major projects, smaller cities like suburbs, state capitals and rural towns do not have those luxuries. In many cases, it takes a public-private partnership, coupled with a strong PR and marketing campaign, to attract newcomers to town.
Consider smaller cities, such as Austin, Chattanooga, and Boulder, cities which in the 90s and early 2000’s were hardly considered tourist destinations.
Austin, which had once been considered a fairly sleepy town in Texas, worked very closely with SXSW, which had grown from a small independent music festival to one of the largest and most popular festivals for tech, music, startups, and food. This alone dramatically helped jumpstart the revitalization of Austin as a city that is now considered cool.
This allows Austin to live up to their slogan:
“Keep Austin Weird.”
Now consider Boulder, Colorado. Boulder was just recently a small, quiet, nature-loving town, just a short driving distance from Denver. Now, it boasts more than six times more high-tech startups per capita than the nation’s average, according to Kauffman Foundation’s 2013 study.
The combination of a growing number of high-tech venture capitalists, natural enclaves, cafes, and not to mention the legalization of Marijuana, has very positively impacted the local economy.
Long story short, place branding is all about creating an immersive experience that can excite perspective tourists and visitors. Whether the city incorporates a large entrepreneurial push or helps push an annual event that is broadcasted and shared by many, one just has to be creative to better understand what their town can offer.
PLACE MARKETING TIPS
Place marketing and place doing sound great, but both require a fair amount of work from all stakeholders. From our point of view, we believe that some of the bureaucracy that some of the more traditional local government groups have may deter startups and innovative companies. It may be in the best interest of the local government to take interest in the partners they work with, as well as the company’s processes.
By creating multiple public-private relationships, the community can stay more involved, as well as feel like they have a stake in how the community develops. Once you create more stakeholders, the snowball effect begins, and projects generally take on more meaning to a greater group of people.
This snowball effect occurs as large groups of stakeholders take pride in their work, coupled with the drive from marketing and PR firms, they are able to reach new markets to encourage growth and sharing
When Rebranding a City, Remember These Tips
No matter what you call it: Rebranding a City, Place Marketing, or Place Doing, this strategy should continue to remain a vital part of your city/town/government entity’s marketing strategy. Diversifying your strategy will allow for a multi-channel approach, which proactively pushes your campaign to new heights.
As you can see, there is a lot to write about and we have only scratched the surface. From taking a psychological approach to rebranding a city to how to properly launch an experiential event (and tracking it the right way), there is always more that can be discussed. If this is interesting to you, or you are part of a committee to improve your own community’s brand, please feel free to contact us.
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2020.07.15 18:02 LearningIsListening A not-so-brief rundown of letters J-L of Jeffrey Epstein's 'Little Black Book'

Below is a rundown of letters J-L of Epstein's contacts. Last year, I wrote about letters A-C. You can check that out here (https://www.reddit.com/conspiracy/comments/cpis3n/a_brief_rundown_of_the_first_ten_pages_of_jeffrey/).
I also wrote about letters D-F on July 5, 2020. You can check that out here (https://www.reddit.com/conspiracy/comments/hlrba8/a_notsobrief_rundown_of_letters_df_in_jeffrey/).
I posted letters G-I on July 13, 2020. You can check that out here (https://www.reddit.com/conspiracy/comments/hqko0y/a_notsobrief_rundown_of_letters_gi_in_jeffrey/). There are some misspelled names. Epstein entered their names like this.
I have bolded some of the more interesting connections and information, but there could be much more that I overlooked. I hope something here strikes an interest in someone and maybe we can get more investigations out of this. Please, if you know anything more about any of these people than what is presented here, post below. I am working off of the unredacted black book found here: https://www.coreysdigs.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/Jeffrey-Epsteins-Little-Black-Book-unredacted.pdf
J-L
Jackson, Michael (Samuel Gen): Yes, this is a reference to MJ the singer. However, the numbers listed are not MJ’s. They belong to Samuel Gen, a lawyer for a financial advisor (Jerry Seinfeld’s brother-in-law) who worked for MJ for a while. This one was a reach for Epstein.
Jacobson, Julian: Likely a reference to a Managing Director at several London-based investment firms.
Jagger, Mick: World-famous lead singer of the Rolling Stones. Has been seen in photographs with Ghislaine Maxwell. Actress Rae Dawn Chong claims she slept with Jagger when she was 15 years old.
Jagger, Hatti: Former fashion director for Vogue, Harper’s, and Tatler. Also works as a celebrity stylist and at fashion shows.
jake: Not enough info.
Jameel, Mohammed: Saudi Arabian businessman. CEO of Abdul Latif Jameel, a collective of family-owned businesses that specialize in transportation, investing, and real estate. Royal pervert Prince Andrew infamously partied on Jameel’s yacht during the 2011 London riots (source: https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/prince-andrew-frolicks-on-yacht-with-mystery-147496).
James, Susie: Founder and owner of 123 Send Ltd, a company that provides payment terminals.
Janklow, Linda: Literary agent and wife of Mort Janklow, the primary owner of Janklow & Nesbit Associates, the largest literary agency in the world. Attended a party hosted by Sony Pictures with Epstein, although they are not pictured together (source: https://www.patrickmcmullan.com/search/?event=5b3ef4fb9f92906676446c21). In 2007, Ghislaine Maxwell threw an exclusive party (80 carefully selected guests) at her NYC townhouse to celebrate the opening of a new shop by designer Allegra Hicks (granddaughter-in-law of Earl Mountbatten, who you can read more about in my G-I Epstein thread under India Hicks’s name). One of the eighty guests was Julie Landlow, daughter of Linda and Mort.
Jarecki, Nancy & Andrew: Andrew is a filmmaker, co-founder of Moviefone, and was a producer on Catfish, the documentary that launched the popular MTV show. Andrew’s family was reportedly friends with Jeffrey Epstein. There is an EXCELLENT thread on the connections between the Jarecki family (especially Andrew and Nick’s father, Henry) and Epstein here (source: https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1200044576947556352.html). Quick summary: Henry was born in Nazi Germany; flew on the Lolita Express; is an expert in psychotropic drugs; owns two islands in the British Virgin Islands; founded the first youth center in the British Virgin Islands; lived 2 miles from Epstein in NYC; owns and donates to many sketchy foundations, schools, and organizations; has donated at least $1 million to leftist organizations). Andrew’s wife Nancy created bettybeauty, a company that specializes in hair dye for your nether regions (not kidding).
Jarecki, Nick: The movie director brother of Andrew and son of Henry Jarecki (see link under Andrew & Nancy Jarecki for more info). Reportedly dated Courtney Love (also in Epstein’s ‘Black Book’) in 2015. Photographed with Ghislaine Maxwell at a Gucci party (source: https://www.gettyimages.com/detail/news-photo/ghislaine-maxwell-and-nick-jarecki-attend-gucci-hosts-a-news-photo/591605562).
Jason (canada): Not enough info. Could be artist Jason Wasserman based out of Canada. The second number listed traces back to Station 16 Gallery in Montreal.
Javier: Javier Banon is former Co-head of Merchant Banking at Lehman Brothers and current Founding Partner of Trilantic Europe.
Jeffries, Tim: Ownedirector of Hamiltons Gallery in London. Best known for dating models Elle Macpherson, Claudia Schiffer, Kylie Minogue and Sophie Dahl (also in Epstein’s ‘Black Book’). Jefferies has attended fundraisers for ARK Academy and the NSPCC. He truly cares about children.
Johnson, Richard & Nadine: Nadine is a millionaire public relations guru. Nadine is a good friend of Ghislaine Maxwell’s. Some clients of Nadine Johnson include spirit cooking extraordinaire Marina Abramovic and hotelier Andre Balazs, good friend of Ghislaine. Richard is one of the most well-known gossip columnists and was the editor of Page Six for twenty-five years. There is a great thread detailing the Johnsons’ ties to the Clintons, Balazs, and others here (source: https://threader.app/thread/1162148078981394432). Basically, Richard Johnson is friendly with the Clintons and, as Page Six Editor, purposely did not report or downplayed stories on the Clintons and Nadine’s clients. He also took bribes. Considering Nadine is a good friend of Ghislaine, it would not be a stretch to assume that Richard could have buried stories on Maxwell and Epstein. I could spend 10 pages on the shady connections these two have.
Johnson, Lucy: Not enough info.
Jones, Ann & Mick: Mick is the guitarist of Foreigner, an immensely popular rock band in the ‘70s and ‘80s. His wife, Ann, is a jewelry designer, and friend of Ghislaine. Ann Jones was photographed at a party with Ghislaine and Donald Trump in 1997 (source: https://www.the-sun.com/news/85818/epstein-madam-ghislaine-maxwell-milked-billionaire-dad-and-threw-lavish-parties-with-beautiful-women/)
Josephson, Barry & Jackie: Barry is a producer and the former President of Production for Columbia Pictures. Jackie is his ex-wife and also a producer.
Karella, Kalliope: Wife of Prince Pierre d’Arenberg. Kalliope is a good friend of Ghislaine Maxwell.
Kastner, Ron: No info found.
Katz, Anton & Robin Plant: Anton is CEO and co-founder of Talos Trading, which specializes in cryptocurrency. Anton and Robin are friends of and have been photographed with Ghislaine (source: https://www.patrickmcmullan.com/search/?person=5b3ef50c9f929066764df255).
Katzeneilenbogen, Mark: Long-time investment banker who used to be based out of South Africa.
Keeling, Sarah: There is a Sarah Keeling in London who is a former British government official with 20 years of experience in national security and intelligence experience, however, the phone number listed has a 410 area code, which leads back to eastern Maryland. Inconclusive.
Kegan, Rory: A nightclub designer and creator. Co-founder of the exclusive, celebrity-filled London nightclub, Chinawhite. Prince Andrew (source: https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/9818190/prince-andrew-pictures-cast-doubt-epstein-sex-slave/) and Prince Albert of Monaco are regulars. Chelsea Clinton has been there, as well (source: https://www.standard.co.uk/news/bright-night-for-china-white-6299739.html). Other patrons include: Prince Andrew, Kate Middleton, George Clooney, Leonardo DiCaprio, and more.
Keidan, Amanda: Owner of Keidan Jewelry.
Keidan, Jon: An entertainment executive-turned-venture capitalist. As an entertainment exec, Keidan worked with John Legend, Dave Matthews Band, and Nappy Roots. Keidan serves on the Council of Foreign Relations, a powerful group that some believe determines foreign policy. Former and current members include former presidents, current and former politicians, business magnates, and celebrities (https://www.cfr.org/membership/roster).
Keller, Georgie: Interior designer.
Kellette Frayse, Caroline: Fashion editor at Vogue and Tatler (both magazines constantly come up in Epstein’s contacts). Former girlfriend of Imran Khan, whose name has come up frequently. Passed away in 2014. Her husband, Jean-Marc Fraysse, is a French investment banker.
Kelmenson, Leo-Arthur & Gayl: Leo was an advertising and marketing guru who has been credited with saving Chrysler. Friend and advisor to Lee Iacocca, former President of Chrysler. He worked as Special Project Officer for the U.S. Department of State under President John F. Kennedy and AG Robert F. Kennedy. He had tons of connections. His former maid accused him of sexual harassment in 2010 (source: https://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/maid-harassment-suit-claims-ad-exec-leo-arthur-kelmenson-madman-pervy-mad-men-wannabe-article-1.156915). Kelmenson died less than two months after the story came out.
Kennedy Cuomo, Andrew & Kerry: Andrew is the current governor of New York. It’s no secret that Cuomo is willing to look the other way on sexual deviancy as long as he receives a payoff. Cuomo halted a probe into the handling of Harvey Weinstein’s case in New York after receiving $25,000 from Weinstein’s law firm (source: https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/bjbqg4/andrew-cuomo-received-dollar25000-donation-from-harvey-weinsteins-law-firm). Andrew’s brother, CNN Host Chris Cuomo famously told viewers “not to get caught up in the intrigue of who Epstein’s friends are” (source: https://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2019/07/11/cnn_cuomo_lets_not_get_caught_up_in_the_intrigue_of_who_was_friends_with_jeffrey_epstein.html). Perhaps, he was covering for his brother. Kerry Kennedy is Cuomo’s ex-wife of fifteen years, the daughter of RFK, and a close friend of Ghislaine Maxwell. Supposedly, Kennedy provided Ghislaine with informal illegal advice (source: https://www.splicetoday.com/politics-and-media/the-nth-word-and-m-theory).
Kennedy Jr. Ted: Son of Ted Kennedy and nephew of JFK and RFK. Ted Jr. dabbled in politics and currently works as a lawyer. His father, Ted, was a notorious sexual abuser (allegedly).
Kennedy, Bobby & Mary: Bobby is the son of RFK and nephew of JFK. Bobby is a known drug abuser and philanderer. Bobby kept a sex journal detailing his conquests while he was married (source: https://nypost.com/2013/09/08/rfk-jr-s-sex-diary-of-adultery/). His ex-wife, Mary, committed “suicide” two years after their divorce. Before committing suicide, Mary told a friend that she “feared for her life” and Bobby told her that she “would be better off dead” (source: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3231043/How-serial-cheater-Bobby-Kennedy-Jr-strutted-family-home-exposing-private-parts-demanded-m-nage-trois-wife-Mary-went-public-Cheryl-Hines-telling-Mary-things-easier-killed-herself.html).
Kennedy, Ethel: Widow of RFK Sr. and mother of eleven, including Bobby Kennedy, Kerry Kennedy, and Joseph Kennedy II.
Kennedy, Jo: Joseph Kennedy II is the son of RFK Sr. and Ethel. Served in the House of Representatives from 1987-1999. In 1973, Joseph was convicted of negligent driving after paralyzing a young woman. He was fined $100.
Kennedy, Senator Edward: Brother of JFK and RFK, Ted Kennedy served as U.S. Senator of Massachusetts for 47 years. Besides politics, Ted is best known for the Chappaquiddick incident in which a young female speechwriter for RFK drowned to death when he lost control of his vehicle while driving across a bridge. He was charged with leaving the scene of an incident and given a two month suspended sentence. Ted was also notorious for his extramarital affairs. Senator Kennedy once hosted a party at his house attended by Bill Clinton and Lynn Forester de Rothschild. Rothschild wrote a letter to Clinton afterwards in which she mentions that they spoke about Epstein (source: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7283825/Jeffrey-Epstein-injured-jail-cell-following-possible-suicide-assault.html). It is unclear what was said or what Rothschild’s connection could possibly be.
Kersner, Sol: South African accountant and hotel and casino magnate who died of cancer in 2020. Kerzner was a close friend of Donald Trump. They even worked together to create The Palm, a man-made island off the coast of Dubai (source: https://www.ft.com/content/46393280-d9f9-11da-b7de-0000779e2340). Kerzner was also close friends with Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York (https://www.gettyimages.com/detail/news-photo/sarah-ferguson-the-duchess-of-york-sol-kerzner-chairman-and-news-photo/83768272), Naomi Campbell (https://www.gettyimages.ca/detail/news-photo/naomi-campbell-and-sol-kerzner-pose-backstage-during-the-news-photo/82869744), and Bill Clinton (https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8144647/As-Sol-Kerzner-dies-aged-84-RICHARD-KAY-looks-riotously-louche-life.html). Kerzner was very good friends with Nelson Mandela and built his casino resorts with Gerard Inzerillo, who you can read about in my G-I ‘Black Book’ thread.
Khayat, Antoine, Jana, & George: Jana is an heiress and businesswoman. Jana is the niece of Galen Weston, a close friend of Prince Charles. George is her brother and CEO of Associated British Foods. Jana’s husband, Antoine, is a former banker and currently runs their vineyard.
Kidd, Jemma: Kidd is a British makeup artist, fashion model, and aristocrat. Married to Arthur Wellesley, Earl of Mornington, the son of the Duke and Duchess of Wellington, making her a Countess. Kidd is an interesting figure with elite connections. From 2005-2012, Ghislaine Maxwell served as Director of Jemma Kidd Make-Up Limited, a U.K. makeup company, which was founded by Kidd. Not only did Ghislaine serve as Director, but she was also a shareholder, along with the Rothschild family (source: https://nationalpost.com/news/world/in-hiding-for-years-epstein-accomplice-ghislaine-maxwell-spotted-in-l-a-burger-shop). If you click around the PDFs on this website (https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/05340072/filing-history), you can see everything. The 16 JUN 2006 PDF on page 3 shows you a list of Officers and shareholders of the company. Jemma Kidd has also attended charity events for the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) (https://www.alamy.com/stock-photo-beckham-nspcc-party-jemma-kidd-106882170.html). Her sister, Jodie, is also a huge supportefundraiser of the NSPCC, as well as the Help a London Child and Monsoon Accessorize Trust charities, both of which help out disadvantaged children (source: https://www.looktothestars.org/celebrity/jodie-kidd).
King, Abby: No info found.
Kirwin Taylor, Charlie & Helen: Charles is an investment banker. He was former CEO of Credit Suisse in Switzerland, an investment firm which shows up a few times through Epstein’s contacts. His wife, Helen, is a journalist.
Kirwin Taylor, Peter: British financier. Was a member of the Pilgrims Society (https://isgp-studies.com/pilgrims-society-membership-list), a group that has included the Rothschilds, Rockefellers, and other elites amongst its ranks.
Kissinger, Dr. Henry A: Former U.S. Secretary of State and National Security Advisor under Nixon. Kissinger has long been accused of committing war crimes (ex: carpet bombing Cambodia, installing fascist governments in Chile and Argentina, genocide, extending our stay in Vietnam, etc) yet somehow managed to win a Nobel Peace Prize in 1973. Kissinger once said, “Military men are dumb, stupid animals to be used as pawns for foreign policy.” Kissinger served with Epstein on the Trilateral Commission. Kissinger has also been a member of the Bilderberg Group, the Council on Foreign Relations, the Aspen Institute, and Bohemian Grove. Long thought to be an advocate for a globalist New World Order, Kissinger is a scumbag of the highest order. His connections with Gates, the Clintons, Bush Sr. and Jr., the Rockefellers, and the Rothschilds are well-documented. If anyone here has ever done any research regarding the NWO, you have undoubtedly seen Kissinger’s name several times.
Klee, Rupert & Charlotte de: Rupert is a Director with Oakridge Group, a property development and investment company. His wife, Charlotte, is the producer of the religious plays at Wintershall.
Klesch, Johnathan: Former Director of Klesch Trading, which specializes in industrial commodities. It has offices in Russia, Malta, Surrey, and in London, down the block from Buckingham Palace.
Koch, David: Co-founder of Koch Industries, a diversified manufacturing conglomerate. Koch Industries has stolen oil from Indian reservations, committed hundreds of polluting, labor, and workplace safety violations. When he ran on the Libertarian ticket as the vice presidential nominee in 1980, Koch aimed to abolish Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, welfare benefits, and minimum wage. Koch and Epstein were friends. Epstein even attended a party at Koch’s Southampton home (https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7270735/Jeffrey-Epstein-Trumps-closest-advisers-Wilbur-Ross-Rudy-Giuliani-Steve-Mnunchin.html). Koch has also been photographed with Ghislaine Maxwell (https://www.reddit.com/KochWatch/comments/dcjth3/david_koch_ghislaine_maxwell_getty_images/). Thankfully, Koch died last year.
Kohl, Astrid: A businesswoman involved in pharmaceuticals. Married to Prince Alexander of Liechtenstein. Daughter-in-law of Prince Philipp of Liechtenstein. Niece of former German Chancellor, Helmut Kohl.
Kotic, Boby: CEO of Activision Blizzard, a video game holding company. Used to run several electronic companies. From 2003-2008, he was a director at Yahoo! In 2012, he became a non-executive director of Coca-Cola.
Kotze, Alex Von: British businessman involved in the tech industry.
Kravetz, Anna: Not much info found. Has a degree in finance from Wharton School and used to live on Park Avenue in NYC.
Krooth, Caryn: A successful real estate agent based out of Los Angeles
Kudrow, Alistar: No info found.
Lal, Dalamal: Director of Akron Corp. & Akron (Nig.) Ltd., a food and beverage import company based out of Nigeria.
Lalaunis, Demetra: Daughter of Ilias Lalaounis, a pioneer in Greek jewelry and a world renowned goldsmith.
Lambert, Christopher: Well-known actor.
Lambert, David: Former partner, managing director, and VP at Goldman Sachs.
Lambert, Edward: Lampert is a billionaire hedge fund manager and former CEO of Sears. Lampert graduated from Yale University in 1984 where he was a member of Skull and Bones. Rumored pedophile David Geffen gave Lampert $200 million to invest in 1992, when Lampert was just 29 years old. Lampert made Geffen $1 billion.
Lambos Duff & John: Karen “Duff” Duffy is an actress, model, and TV personality. She has had memorable roles as the love interest in “Blank Check” and as JP Shay in “Dumb and Dumber.” Duffy has battled with sarcoidosis, a deadly central nervous system disease, since the mid-’90s. She credits Harvey Weinstein with saving her life (https://nypost.com/2000/10/03/coping-with-class-this-model-patient-suffers-in-style/). John is a former banker with Morgan Stanley and current President of GCA-US, an investment banking company.
Lang, Caroline: An art expert and Chairman at Sotheby’s Switzerland.
Lange, Dieter: Former Partner at WilliamHare, an international law firm with offices in London, Berlin, the U.S., Beijing, and Brussels. Passed away in 2010.
Larsen Janet: The only one I can find is a Business Psychologist based out of London.
Laurie, Jonathan: Founder and CEO of Cheyne Capital Management, an alternate investment fund firm.
Lavlada, Laura D.B. de: Laura Diez Barroso is a Mexican businesswoman. She sold her stock in Televisa for $726 million in 1993. Since then, she has been the head of several other companies.
Lawford Christopher & Jean: Christopher was an actor and relative of the Kennedys. His uncles were JFK, RFK, and Ted Kennedy. Many of his relatives appear in Epstein’s ‘Black Book’. His first wife, Jeannie, was an ad-sales associate for New York Magazine.
Lawton Paul: Two British businessmen with the same name come up. Both have extensive resumes. Could be either one.
Lazar, Christopher & Marie: Christophe seems to be a realtor in Paris, but I am not completely sure.
Le Bon, Simon & Jasmine: Simon is the lead singer of Duran Duran. His wife, Yasmin, is/was a fashion model. Yasmin is represented by Models1 in London. Models1 also represents Epstein and Ghislaine’s friend, Naomi Campbell. Le Bon has been accused of sexual assault in the past (https://www.freep.com/story/news/2018/07/12/simon-le-bons-accuser-sex-assault-claim-speaks-out-awful/777106002/).
Le Fur, Jean-Yves: French businessman and magazine creator. He was once Princess Stephanie of Monaco’s ex-fiance. More notably, Le Fur was the one who discovered supermodel Karen Mulder (his girlfriend at the time) on the floor after she attempted suciide. Mulder blew the lid off the rampant rape and sexual abuse that she and her modeling colleagues had suffered at the hands of businessmen, royalty, celebrities, and government officials. She was even the protege of Epstein collaborator (allegedly), Jean Luc Brunel (https://www.miamiherald.com/news/local/article238351108.html).
Le Marg Willie: No info found.
Lea, Piers: CEO of Learning Technologies Group, a workplace digital learning company.
Leeds, Jeffrey: Co-founder and Managing Partner of Leeds Equity. One of Leeds Equity’s partner companies is Endeavor Schools, which runs private preschools, primary schools, and secondary schools in Florida and 11 other states (https://www.leedsequity.com/news/articles/leeds-equity-partners-completes-investment-in-endeavor-schools). They are also partners with Fusion Educational Group (now Fusion Academy), which runs a chain of private secondary schools (https://www.leedsequity.com/news/articles/leeds-equity-partners-completes-investment-in-fusion-education-group). Former teacher Kris White, now the head of Fusion Academy in Palo Alto, allegedly told a student that he was in love with her and wrote her a note saying he was “obsessed” with her. (https://www.mercurynews.com/2020/07/12/teachers-named-in-presentation-high-sex-investigation-kept-working-as-bay-area-educators-for-years/). This story was just published on July 12, 2020. Hypothetically, if one wanted to procure underage children, it would certainly help if the head of the school was on board and possibly a pedophile himself. According to this former teacher at Fusion Academy, “many students struggle with learning differences, behavioral issues, and/or addictions” (https://www.glassdoor.com/Reviews/Employee-Review-Fusion-Academy-RVW21260629.htm). In other words, the downtrodden and vulnerable. Fusion Academy refers to itself as a non-traditional school that focuses on individual students. Seems like a great opportunity. Leeds was also good friends with Epstein (https://nymag.com/nymetro/news/people/n_7912/) and has close ties to Colin Powell and Rudy Giuliani (https://nypost.com/2016/09/14/colin-powell-wont-vote-for-her-because-of-bill-clinton/).
Lefcourt, Jerry: Famous lawyer who defended Epstein in 2007. That same year, Epstein donated $250,000 to the Washington-based Foundation for Criminal Justice, where Lefcourt was a board member.
Lester, Dominick: Founder and owner of MortgageFlex Systems, a mortgage lending company.
Levine, Phillip: Ex-Miami Beach mayor and close friend of Bill and Hillary Clinton. He claims that he doesn’t know how Epstein got his contact information… all 13 phone numbers, including those of his driver and housekeepers (https://www.miaminewtimes.com/news/ex-miami-beach-mayor-philip-levine-listed-13-times-in-jeffrey-epsteins-black-book-11242116)!
Liman, Doug: Popular Hollywood director and producer. He directed Swingers, The Bourne Identity, and a couple of Tom Cruise movies.
Lindeman-Barnet, Sloan & Roger: Sloan has been a New York Times bestseller and an on-air and print reporter for NBC, ABC, and Reuters. Sloan and Roger also sit on the board of the Spence School in New York City, a private K-12 all-girls school (https://www.spenceschool.org/2017---news-detail?pk=999120). Her husband, Roger, is the founder of beauty.com and Chairman and CEO of Shaklee, a highly successful nutrition company. Donald Trump, Melania Trump, and Ghislaine Maxwell all attended the publication party for Sloan’s book in 2008 (https://www.gettyimages.com/detail/news-photo/ghislaine-maxwell-anton-katz-and-robin-katz-attend-sloan-news-photo/619921016 ; https://www.gettyimages.co.uk/detail/news-photo/donald-trump-melania-trump-sloan-barnett-and-roger-barnett-news-photo/619921180).Other guests included Steve Mnuchin, Epstein and Maxwell chum Carol Mack, and a bunch of others also featured in Epstein’s ‘Black Book’ (Colin Cowie, Anton and Robin Katz, and Vittorio Assaf).
Lindemann, Adam & Elizabeth: Adam is a billionaire investor and art gallery owner. Brother of Sloan (mentioned just above). Elizabeth is his ex-wife. She is often photographed with many other people mentioned in Epstein’s ‘Black Book.’
Lindemann, George(Sr.) & Freida: Now-deceased billionaire father of Sloan and Adam. George was the CEO and Chairman of Southern Union, a pipeline company and served as Vice President of the Metropolitan Opera Association of NYC. His wife, Frayda, is the President and CEO of the Metropolitan Opera.
Lindsay, Alex & Jaclyn: Alex is a war documentary maker who rents out his loft at the address Epstein has listed (https://www.independent.co.uk/property/house-and-home/property/spheres-of-influence-72014.html).
Lindsey, Ludovic: Racecar driver.
Lindsley, Blake: Actress who was in two movies directed by Doug Liman (also in Epstein’s book) - “Swingers” and “Getting In.”
Linley, David: Princess Margaret’s son, Queen Elizabeth II’s nephew, and first cousin of Prince Charles and Prince Andrew. Linley is a furniture maker and the 2nd Earl of Snowdon. He used to be the Chairman of Christie’s auction house in the UK.
Liogos, Babis: No info found, but one of the numbers traces back to Thylan Associates, a real estate and investment firm.
Lister, Paul: Likely the director of legal services and company secretary for Associated British Foods, or it could be a conservationist. Not sure which.
Livanos, Arriette: I believe this Arietta Livanos, wife of Greek shipping magnate, Stavros Livanos. Arietta passed away in 1986.
Lo Cascio, Robert: Founder and CEO of LivePerson, a tech company that develops conversational commerce. LoCascio was photographed with Ghislaine at an after party in 2012 (https://www.gettyimages.com/detail/news-photo/ghislaine-maxwell-and-robert-locascio-attend-osklen-spring-news-photo/1169681572).
Loeb, Alex: Alexandra is the daughter of John Loeb, former U.S. Ambassador to Denmark under Reagan and former Delegate to the United Nations. John Loeb was also a special advisor to Nelson Rockefeller. Alexandra is also a descendant of the Lehman family (Lehman Brothers). Alexandra graduated from Spence Day School for Girls (mentioned earlier under Sloan and Roger Lindemann-Barnett).
Lonsdale, Richard: British investment banker.
Lorenzoti, Eva Vivre: Founder of luxury online retailer, Vivre.com and is a TV spokesperson/personality. Good friend of Ghislaine Maxwell. Maxwell and a couple of Rockefellers were guests at her house for a dinner party in 2010 (https://hauteliving.com/2010/11/doris-world-eva-lorenzottis-dinner-party/105102/).
Lorimer, John & Lottie: John works as a private investor and as a realtor. His wife, Lottie, is an interior designer.
Louthan Guy J: Prolific British film producer and former boyfriend of actress Liz Hurley (also in Epstein’s book).
Love, Courtney: Famous drug addict, musician, and actress who likely killed her husband, Kurt Cobain. Courtney famously claimed that Prince Andrew showed up to her house late one night in 2000 looking for sex. She has since retracted this claim. The entries under Love’s name all say ‘Dana’ next to them. This is Courtney’s ex-boyfriend, Dana Giacchetto. Giacchetto was considered to be the “stockbroker to the stars” and was friends with JFK Jr, Leonardo DiCaprio, Johnny Depp, and many others. He ripped his clients off of millions. Even more telling, Giacchetto was involved in a sex abuse case against X-Men director Bryan Singer (https://www.yahoo.com/entertainment/news/leonardo-dicaprios-convicted-ex-money-manager-denies-bryan-050000120.html). He died in 2016 after he partied too hard and overdosed (https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/dana-giacchetto-dead-stockbroker-stars-902383).
Lowell, Ivana: Guinness heiress who wrote about Harvey Weinstein’s sexual abuse while she worked at Miramax in her book back in 2010 (https://www.irishcentral.com/culture/entertainment/guinness-heiress-spoke-out-about-predator-harvey-weinstein-7-years-ago). She also dated Harvey’s younger brother, Bob.
Loyd Mark: No info found.
Lucas, Colin: The godfather of Boris Johnson, England’s current Prime Minister. Lucas is a British historian and university administrator. Served as Vice Chancellor of Oxford University from 1997-2004.
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2020.06.04 17:08 ChildfreeFamily Help fact-checking a list of well known Childfree people

I'm compiling a list of childfree people for a blog. I have found a few lists online (which have been helpful). But in some cases they were not up-to-date. A person may have had children since being added to their list (example: I had to remove George Clooney who appeared on a number of lists). Or there might be some people missing who should be on the list.
If you have a moment to scan the list and let me know of any other errors or omissions it would be appreciated.
It has been fun working on this list. A few people on it surprised me. Thanks again for any help.
\Edit for clarification: the term "childfree", in the sense of this list, will be in regards to people who never had a child from a live birth, fostered a child, adopted a child, or was a step-parent.*

Herbert Samuel Adams – Sculptor
Charles Addams – Cartoonist (The New Yorker)
Jane Addams - Social Worker, Political Activist, Co-Founder of the ACLU, & Nobel Peace Prize Winner
Nancy Addison – Actress
Louisa May Alcott – Author
Cynthia May Westover Alden – Author, Philanthropist
Grover Cleveland Alexander – Baseball Player
Suzy Allegra – Author
Marty Allen – Comedian
John Murray Anderson – Musical Theatre Producer
Laurie Anderson – Performance Artist
Marian Anderson – Concert Singer
Louis Andriessen – Composer
Jennifer Aniston – Actress
Susan B. Anthony – Womans’ Suffragist
Samuel Appleton – Politician, Philanthropist
Geoffrey Arend - Actor
Louis Armstrong – Musician (Contested: The Louis Armstrong Museum states he had no children, but in 2012 Sharon Preston-Folta has claimed to be his daughter from Lucille “Sweets” Preston, a dancer at the New York Cotton Club)
Boris Artzybasheff – Artist
Dorothy Arzner – Film Director
Dr. Robert C. Atkins – Diet Doctor, Author, Creator of the Atkins Diet
V.C. Andrews – Author
Jane Austen – Author
Max Baer Jr. – Actor
Francis Bacon – Politician, Philosopher, Scientist
Florence Bailey – Author, Naturalist, Ornithologist
Tallulah Bankhead – Actress
Abdullah al-Baradouni – Yemeni Poet
Bob Barker – Game Show Host
Joe Barr – Canadian Politician
Lynda Barry – Cartoonist
Clara Barton - Nurse, Humanitarian, Founder and First President of the American Red Cross
Kathy Bates – Actress
Jaya Battacharya – Actress
King Baudouin – King of Belgium
Samuel Beckett – Author, Playwright, Poet
Ludwig Van Beethoven – Composer
Joe Besser – Actor
Isabella Bird – Author
Jacqueline Bisset – Actress
Lewis Black – Comedian
Eubie Blake – Musician, Composer
William Blake – Artist
Brenda Blethyn – Actress
Marc Blitzstein – Composer, Dramatist
Baroness Karen Blixen – Author
Rosa Bonheur – French Painter and Sculptor
Pierre Bonnard – Artist
William Edgar Borah – Politician
Lara Flynn Boyle – Actress
Georges Brassens – Singer
Alison Brie – Actress
Joe Bob Briggs aka John Bloom – Author, Movie Critic
Raymond Briggs – Children’s Book Author
Poppy Z. Brite – Author
Anne Bronte – Author
Louise Brooks – Actress
Helen Gurley Brown – Feminist, Editor
Reno Browne – Actress, Equestrian
Delta Burke – Actress
Kathy Burke - Actress, Comedian
James Buchanan – 15th U.S. President
Pat Buchanan – Politician, Presidential Candidate
James Burke – Creator of the PBS Series “Connections”, Scientific American columnist
Raymond Burr – Actor
Caryl Lee Burroughs – Hollywood Animal Trainer
Leo Buscaglia – Author
Brett Butler – Actress, Comedian
Julia Cameron – Director
Phyllis Carlyle – Film Producer
Dora Carrington – Bloomsbury Artist
Laura Carroll – Author
Mary Casatt – Artist
Roger Casement – Irish Patriot
Nina Cassian – Poet
Barbara Castle – British Politician
Kim Cattrall – Actress
Mary Chapin Carpenter – Singer, Songwriter
Rosamond Halsey Carr – Founder of Rwanda’s Imbabazi Orphanage, Author, Fashion Designer
Richard Chamberlain – Actor
Coco Chanel – Fashion Designer (Contested: Following her elder sister’s suicide, she looked after her son)
Stockard Channing – Actress
RuPaul Andre Charles - Drag Performer, TV Personality
Judy Chicago – Artist
Margaret Cho – Comedian
Julia Child – Professional Chef, Cookbook Author
Helen Clark – New Zealand Prime Minister
Patricia Clarkson – Actress
Dorothy Clewes – Children’s Book Author
Imogene Coca – Actress
Claudette Colbert – Actress
Billy Collins – U.S. Poet Laureate
C. Collodi – Author
William Conrad – Actor
Frances Conroy – Actress
Storm Constantine – Fantasy Writer
Jill Ker Conway – Author, first woman President of Smith College
Anne Cool – Canadian Senator
Pat Coombs – Actress
Copernicus – Scientist
John Corbett – Actor
Joseph Cornell – Artist and Creator of the Cornell Box
Ann Coulter – Political Commentator
Alec Sadler Craig – Australian Politician, Philanthropist
Quentin Crisp – Author, Actor
Tim Curry – Actor
Charlotte Curtis – First woman on the masthead of The New York Times
Patrika Darbo – Actress
Simone de Beauvoir – Author
Mahmoud Darwish – Palestinian Poet
Leonardo Da Vinci – Artist
Gray Davis – Governor of California
Ellen Degeneres – Comedian
Jeffery Deaver – Author
Eugene Victor Debs – Activist
Bessie and Sadie Delaney – Authors
Dana Delany – Actress
Don DeLillo – Author
Del Rubio Triplets – Musical Group
Bo Derek – Actress
Rene Descartes – Philosopher
Portia De Rossi – Actress
Emily Dickinson – Poet
Benjamin Disraeli – Politician, Author
Steve Ditko – Cartoonist, co-creator of the Spider-Man Comics
Dorothea Dix – Educator, writer, philanthropist
Hannah Dobryn – Author
Tamara Dobson – Actress
Richard Donner – Film Director
Lauren Shuler Donner – Film Producer
Lizzie Douglas aka Memphis Minnie- Singer, Guitarist, Songwriter
Marjory Stoneman Douglas – Environmentalist, Founder of Friends of the Everglades
Maureen Dowd – Columnist, Pulitzer Prize winner
Sir George Downing – Founder of Downing College, Cambridge, England
Gabriel Dumont – Native American Tribal Leader
Lena Dunham - Actress, Director, Producer
Francis Drake – Explorer
Fran Drescher – Actress
Esther Dyson – Author, Internet Expert
Amelia Earhart – Aviator
Deborah Eisenberg – Author
Liubov Egorova – Dancer
Anita Ekberg – Actress
T.S. Eliot – Poet
Havelock Ellis – Psychologist, Author
Tracee Ellis Ross – Actress
Harlan Ellison – Author
Elizabeth I – Queen of England
Joan Elm – Canadian Politician, Community Activist
Bonnie Erbé – PBS Commentator and Columnist
Dame Edith Evans – British Film and Stage Actress
Linda Evans – Actress
Rupert Everett – Actor
Anne Ewers – CEO of the Utah Symphony & Opera
Jane Fallon – Author
Chow Yun-Fat – Actor
Barbara Feldon – Actress
Pamelyn Ferdin – Actress
Ralph Fiennes – Actor
Lynn Fontanne – Actress
Margot Fonteyn – British Ballerina
Juliana Rieser Force – Whitney Museum Director
Richard Ford – Author, Editor of Granta
Margaretta Forten – Abolitionist
Dian Fossey – Anthropologist
Janet Frame – Poet
Felix Frankfurter – Supreme Court Justice
Tanya Franks – Actress
William Frawley – Actor
Frank Frazetta – Artist
Alice Freeman – First woman to be President of a liberal arts college, (Wellesley), helped establish the University of Chicago.
Elsie Freund – Artist, Jewelry Designer
Louis Freund – Artist
Robert Fripp – Composer, Musician
Stephen Fry - Actor, Comedian
Eva Gabor – Actress
Magda Gabor – Actress
Maxwell Gage – Noted New Zealand Geologist
Diamanda Galas – Singer
Tess Gallagher – Author
Paul William Gallico – Author
Janeane Garofalo – Actress, Comedian
Greta Garbo – Actress
Ava Gardner – Actress
Henry Garfiled aka Henry Rollins - Musician (Black Flag, Rollins Band)
Greer Garson – Actress
Gloria Gaynor – Singer
Anthony Geary – Soap Opera Actor
Ricky Gervais – Comedian
William Schwenck Gilbert – Composer for Gilbert & Sullivan
Althea Gibson – Athlete
Dorothy Gish – Actress
Lillian Gish – Actress
Katharine Bruce Glasier – Author
Susan Glaspell – Playwright
Sharon Gless – Actress
Crispin Glover – Actor
Christoph Willibald Gluck – Composer
Paulette Goddard – Actress
Robert Hutchings Goddard – Physicist
Kurt Godel – Author
Alexander Godunov – Actor, Dancer
Stephen Goldin – Author
Emma Goldman – Activist, Feminist
Valeria Golino – Actress
Jan Goodwin – Author, Travel Writer
Edward Gorey – Artist
Lotte Goslar – Dancer
Lauren Graham - Actress (Contested - Her long-term partner has a child.)
Martha Graham – Choreographer
Cecil Green – Former CEO of Texas Instruments, Philanthropist
Johnny Green – Musician
Gael Greene – Food Critic, Author
Baroness Susan Greenfield – Director of the Royal Institution, Professor of Synaptic Pharmacology at Oxford University, Neurologist
John Robert Gregg – Inventor of the Gregg Shorthand Method, Publisher
Joyce Grenfell – British Actress
Nanci Griffith – Singer, Songwriter
Martha Griffiths – First Female Michigan Lieutenant Governor
Terry Gross – NPR Host
James Grout – Actor
Mabel Dole Haden – Former President of NABWA
Catherine Hakim – British Sociologist
Daryl Hall – Singer, Musician (Hall & Oates)
Jon Hamm - Actor
Celia Hammond – Former Model and Animal Activist
Lionel Hampton – Musician
Georg Friedrich Handel – Composer
Chelsea Handler - Comedian
Howard Harold Hanson – Pulitzer-Prize Winning Composer
Setsuko Hara – Japanese Actress
Warren Gamaliel Harding – 29th U.S. President
E Chambré Hardman – Photographer
Jean Harlow - Actress
Debbie Harry – Singer (Blondie)
Alex Heard – Author
Sir Edward Heath - Politician, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Susan Helms – Astronaut
Christina Hendricks - Actress, Model
Adrian Henri – Poet, Painter
Marguerite Henry – Children’s Book Author
Katherine Hepburn – Actress
Milton S. Hershey – Founder of the Hershey Chocolate Company
Lorena Hickok – AP Political Reporter
Taiko Hirabayashi – Author
Nicole Hollander – Cartoonist
Thelma Holt – Actress, Theatre Producer
Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. – Associate Justice of the Supreme Court (USA)
Grace Murray Hopper – Computer Scientist
Rima Horton - Politician
Soad Hosni – Egyptian Actress
Lila Kedrova Howard – Actress
Mick Hucknall – Singer
Howard Hughes - American Business Magnate, Investor, Pilot, Engineer, Film Director, Philanthropist
Bonnie Hunt – Actress
Kristin Hunter – Children’s Book Author
Lauren Hutton – Actress, Model
Patricia Ireland – President of the National Organization for Women, NOW
George J. Irbe – Creator of the Great Lakes water temperature climatology
John A. “Jack” Jackson – Philanthropist, Oilman
Tove Jansson – Children’s Book Author
Randall Jarrell – Poet
Anna Jarvis – the “Founder of Mother’s Day”
Joan of Arc – Christian Saint
Jack Johnson – First African-American to win the heavyweight boxing championship of the world.
Margaret Johnston – Actress
Martin and Osa Johnson – Authors, Photographers, explorers, and naturalists.
Richard Mentor Johnson – U.S. Vice-President
Samuel Johnson – Author, Editor
William Hugh Johnston – Labor Leader
Carolyn Jones – Actress
Renee Jones – Actress
Spike Jonze – Film Director
Ashley Judd – Actress, Activist
Madeline Kahn – Actress
Immanuel Kant – Philosopher
Julie Kavner – Actress
Nikos Kazantzakis – Author
Odette Keene – Musician
Helen Keller – Author
Joyce Kennard – Judge
Joe Kernan – Politician
Maynard Keynes – Economist, Founder of the Vic-Wells Ballet, Financed the Arts Theatre in Cambridge, England
King Louis XVI – King of France
William Lyon MacKenzie King – Former Canadian Prime Minister
William Rufus King – U.S. Vice-President
Robert Kiyosaki – Author
Caroline Knapp – Author
Aleksandra Kollontai – Author
Dean Koontz – Author
Tadeusz Kościuszko – Polish Patriot
Jerzy Kosinski – Author
Jonathan Kozol – Author, Activist
Lee Krasner – Artist
Albert Kroc – Co-Developer of McDonald’s Fast Food Chain
Henry Richardson Labouisse – Diplomat, Former Head of UNICEF
Karl Lagerfeld - Fashion Designer
Princess Lakshmi – Indian Princess
Elsa Lanchester – Actress
Philip Larkin – Author, Poet
Charles Laughton – Actor, Director
Dan Lauria – Actor
Frank John Lausche – Politician
Tom Lehrer – Singer, Musician
Jay Leno – TV Host
Richard Lewis – Comedian
Lyn Lifshin – Poet
Queen Liliuokalani – Queen of Hawaii
Siân Lloyd – Weather Broadcaster
Carole Lombard – Actress
Jack Lord – Actor
Pauline Lord – Actress
Patty Loveless – Singer
Alfred Lunt – Actor
John Lyon – Philanthropist, Regarded as the Founder of The Great Public School Of Harrow
Rose McClendon – Actress
Robert McCormick – Former Owner of the Chicago Tribune
Mary Jackson McCrorey – Politician, Activist
Hattie McDaniel – Actress
Roddy McDowall – Actor, Photographer
Odd McIntyre – Newspaper Columnist
Ian McKellen – Actor
Kristy McNichol – Actress
Janet McTeer – Actress
Christine McVie – Singer, Songwriter (Fleetwood Mac)
Dora Maar – Photographer
René Magritte – Artist
Bill Maher – TV Personality
Katherine Mansfield – Author
Shirley Manson – Singer
Vito Anthony Marcantonio – Politician
Francesca Marciano – Actress
Miriam Margoyles – Actress
Mary Ellen Mark – Award-Winning Photographer
William III & Mary II of England – King & Queen of England, Ireland, and Scotland
Bobbie Ann Mason – Children’s Book Author
Mari Matsunaga – Creator of i-mode, Named One of the Top 25 Tech Women of the Web
Theresa May - Politician, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Giuseppe Mazzini – Italian Patriot
Fradique de Menezes – President of Sao Tome and Principe
Melina Mercouri – Greek Actress
Freddie Mercury – Musician
Angela Merkel – German Chancellor
George Michael – Musician
Oscar Micheaux – Film Director, Producer, Author
Edna St. Vincent Millay – Poet
Alley Mills – Actress
Brenda Milner – Renowned Professor of Neuro-Psychology: Mcgill’s Faculty Of Medicine And At The Montreal Neurological Institute
Kylie Minogue - Singer
Helen Mirren – Actress
Margaret Mitchell – Author
Eugenio Montale – Nobel Prize Winner, Poet, Author, Editor, Translator
Vicki Moore – Spanish Animal Rights Philanthropist
John Morgan – Founder of the University of Pennsylvania Medical School, and Medical Director of the Continental Army
Lady Morgan (Sydney Owenson) – Author
Morrissey – Musician
Rob Morse – Columnist (San Francisco Chronicle)
Marjorie “Mo” Mowlam – Britain’s Secretary of State for Northern Ireland
John Mulaney – Comedian
Annamarie Tendler Mulaney – Artist
Diana Muldaur – Actress
Megan Mullally - Actress
Ona Munson – Actress
Haruki Murakami – Author
Iris Murdoch – Author
Mikayil Mushfig – Poet
Modest Mussorgsky – Composer
Kanagarajah Muthiah – Tamil Activist
Ralph Nader – Activist
Taslima Nasrin – Author
Alla Nazimova – Actress
Noel Neill – Actress
Bebe Neuwirth – Actress
Sir Isaac Newton – Scientist
Stevie Nicks – Singer (Fleetwood Mac)
Friedrich Nietzsche – Philosopher
Florence Nightingale – Nurse
Ursula Nordstrom – Children’s Book Editor
Jessye Norman – Opera Singer
Kim Novak – Actress
Rudolph Nureyev – Dancer
Anita O’Day – Jazz Singer
Georgia O’Keeffe – Artist
Frederick D. O’Neal – Actor, Playwright
Joyce Carol Oates – Author
Nick Offerman - Actor
Sandra Oh - Actress
Claire Parker – Director, Animator
Dorothy Parker – Author
Suzanne-Lori Parks – Playwright
Rosa Parks – Activist
Dolly Parton – Singer, Actress
Julia Pascal – Playwright
Ann Patchett – Author
Alicia Patterson – Editor
Wolfgang Pauli – Physicist
Linus Pauling – Winner of Nobel Prizes in Chemistry and Peace
Sarah Paulson – Actress
Michelle Paver – Author
Anna Pavlova – Dancer
Molly Peacock – Poet, President Emerita of the Poetry Society of America
Minnie Pearl – Singer
Samuel Pepys – Author
Matthew Perry - Actor
Bernadette Peters – Actress
Jean Peters - Actress
Arthur Phillip – First British Administrator Sent to Australia
Wendell Phillips – Orator and Reformer
William Phillips – Co-founder and Editor of Partisan Review , Writer, Critic
Marge Piercy – Author, Poet
Plato – Philosopher
Martha Plimpton - Actress
Edgar Allan Poe – Author
Jackson Pollock – Artist
Katherine Ann Porter – Author
Parker Posey – Actress
Beatrix Potter – Children’s Book Author
Charles Edward Potter – Politician, Philanthropist, Administrator of the Cheboygan County Bureau of Social Aid
Joyce Purnick – Former New York Times Metro Editor, Journalist
Edna Purviance – Silent Movie Actress
Colin Quinn – Comedian
Robin Quivers – Radio Host
Raffi – Children’s Musician
Bonnie Raitt – Singer, Songwriter
Joey Ramone – Musician
Ayn Rand – Writer, Philosopher, Author
A. Philip Randolph – Politician
Jeanette Rankin – 1st Female US Representative
Man Ray – Artist
Rachel Ray – Celebrity Chef
Lou Reed – Singer, Musician
George Reeves – Actor
Frances Reid – Actress
Leni Riefenstahl – Filmmaker
Janet Reno – Former U.S. Attorney-General
Judith Resnick – Astronaut
Jennifer Rhodes – Actress
Condoleezza Rice – National Security Advisor
Cliff Richards – Musician
Miranda Richardson – Actress
Alan Rickman – Actor, Director
Elizabeth Riddell – Journalist
Sally Ride – First American Female Astronaut
Bridget Riley – Artist
John Ringling – Founder of Ringling Brothers Circus
Mary Roach - Author
Morgan Andrew Robertson – Author
Debbie Rochon – Actress
Norman Perceval Rockwell – Illustrator
Eric Rohmann – Author, Winner of the 2003 Caldecott Medal for Best Illustrated Children’s Book
Ginger Rogers – Actress
Richard Roeper – Film Reviewer, Chicago Sun-Times
Wilhelm Rontgen – Awarded the first Nobel Prize for Physics in 1901, discoverer of X-Rays
William Bruce Rose Jr. aka Axl Rose - Musician (Guns N' Roses)
Mickey Rourke – Actor, Boxer
Patricia Routledge – Actress
Joan Ruddock – Activist
John Ruskin – Author
Winona Ryder – Actress
Yves Saint-Laurent - Fashion Designer
Dr. Lee Salk – Child Psychologist
Renu Saluja – Indian Film Editor
Diana Sands – Actress
Aligi Sassu – Artist
John Sayles – Director
Jean-Paul Sartre – Existential Philosopher
Diane Sawyer – TV News Anchor
Rosika Schwimmer – Author, Activist
Ed and Thelma Schoenberger – Co-founders of the Indiana Flower & Patio Show
Ellen Browning Scripps – Newspaper Columnist, Philanthropist
Joel Schumacher – Film Director
Maurice Sendak – Children’s Book Author
George Bernard Shaw – Playwright
Lionel Shriver – Author
Sarah Silverman – Comedian, Actress
Michael Sinelnikoff – Actor
Siouxsie – Singer, Musician (Siouxsie and the Banshees)
Robert Smith – Singer, Musician (The Cure)
David Shogren – Bassist (Doobie Brothers)
Betty Smith – Author
Dodie Smith – Playwright, Author of The Hundred and One Dalmatians
Gladys Louise Smith aka Mary Pickford - Actress, Producer, Screenwriter, Businesswoman
Howard Worth Smith – Politician
Kate Smith – Singer
Lemony Snicket (Real Name: Daniel Handler) – Children’s Book Author
David Souter – Supreme Court Justice
Jill St. John – Actress
Mabel Stark – Female Tiger Trainer
Gertrude Stein – Author, Patron of the Arts
Victor Strauss – WWII Journalist
Gloria Steinem – Activist, Writer
Maria W. Stewart – Author, Activist
Lily Strickland – Composer, Writer, Artist
Patrick Swayze – Actor
Loretta Swit – Actress
Henrietta Szold – Holocaust Heroine
Wislawa Szymborska – Nobel Prize Winning Poet
Amy Tan - Writer, Author
Sara Teasdale – Poet
Toni Tennille – Singer (Captain and Tennille)
Princess María Teresa of Bourbon-Parma – French-Spanish Political Activist and Academic
Nikola Tesla – Scientist, Inventor
Theodora – Empress and wife of Justinian I
Susanna Thompson – Actress
Georgianne Thon – Actress
M. Carey Thomas – President of Bryn Mawr College
Willie Mae Thornton – Singer, Songwriter
Jennifer Tilly – Actress
Wendy Tokunaga – Author
Lily Tomlin – Actress, Playwright
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  1. Programming Massively Parallel Processors: A Hands-on Approach, 2nd Edition: David B. Kirk & Wen-mei W. Hwu
  2. The Environmental Case Translating Values Into Policy, 4th Edition: Judith A. Layzer
  3. Organic Chemistry: Principles and Mechanisms, 2nd Edition: Joel Karty
  4. Excursions in World Music, 7th Edition: Bruno Nettl & Timothy Rommen
  5. Data Modeling and Database Design, 2nd Edition: Narayan S. Umanath & Richard W. Scamell
  6. Ethics and Professional Responsibility for Paralegals, 8th Edition: Therese A. Cannon
  7. Conducting Research in Psychology Measuring the Weight of Smoke, 5th Edition: Brett W. Pelham &, Hart C. Blanton
  8. Understanding and Managing Diversity: Readings, Cases, and Exercises, 6th Edition: Carol Harvey & M. June Allard
  9. Discrete and Combinatorial Mathematics: An Applied Introduction, 5th Edition: Ralph P. Grimaldi
  10. Writing about Writing, 3rd Edition : Elizabeth Wardle & Douglas Downs
  11. Services Marketing:People, Technology, Strategy, 8th Edition: Jochen Wirtz & Christopher Lovelock
  12. The Doctor of Nursing Practice Essentials, 3rd Edition: Mary Zaccagnini & Kathryn White
  13. Essentials of Contemporary Management, 8th Edition: Gareth Jones
  14. Fundamentals of Investments Valuation and Management, 8th Edition: Bradford Jordan &, Thomas Miller & Steve Dolvin
  15. Schaechter's Mechanisms of Microbial Disease, 5th North American Edition: N. Cary Engleberg & Terence Dermody & Victor DiRita
  16. Social Psychology, 9th Edition: Saul Kassin & Steven Fein & Hazel Rose Markus
  17. Intelligence: From Secrets to Policy, 7th Edition: Mark M. Lowenthal
  18. Fitness and Health, 7th Edition: Brian J. Sharkey & Steven Gaskill
  19. How to Write an Autobiographical Novel: Essays, 1st Edition: Alexander Chee
  20. The Politics of Injustice: Crime and Punishment in America, 2nd Edition: Katherine Beckett & Theodore Sasson
  21. Media and Crime (Key Approaches to Criminology), 3rd Edition: Yvonne Jewkes
  22. Social Marketing: Changing Behaviors for Good, 5th Edition: Nancy R. Lee & Philip Kotler
  23. Successful Project Management, 7th Edition: Jack Gido & Jim Clements & Rose Baker
  24. Shelly Cashman Series Microsoft Windows 10: Intermediate, 1st Edition: Steven M. Freund & Eric Schmieder
  25. Hamric and Hanson's Advanced Practice Nursing An Integrative Approach, 6th Edition,: Mary Fran Tracy & Eileen T. O'Grady
  26. The Basics of Social Research, 7th Edition: Earl R. Babbie
  27. Framework for Marketing Management, 6th Edition: Philip T. Kotler &, Kevin Lane Keller
  28. Bank Management, 8th Edition: Timothy W. Koch & S. Scott MacDonald
  29. The Female Offender: Girls, Women, and Crime, 3rd Edition: Meda Chesney-Lind & Lisa J. Pasko
  30. The Criminalization of Mental Illness: Crisis and Opportunity for the Justice System, 2nd Edition: Risdon N. Slate & Jacqueline K. Buffington-Vollum & W. Wesley Johnson
  31. Precalculus: Concepts Through Functions, A Right Triangle Approach to Trigonometry, 3rd Edition: Michael Sullivan & , Michael Sullivan III
  32. Linear Algebra (Cambridge Mathematical Textbooks), 1st Edition: Elizabeth S. Meckes & Mark W. Meckes
  33. Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences, 3rd Edition: Gregory J. Privitera
  34. Sensation & Perception, 5th Edition: Jeremy M. Wolfe & Keith R. Kluender &, Dennis M. Levi & Linda M. Bartoshuk & Rachel S. Herz & Roberta L. Klatzky & Daniel M. Merfeld
  35. Property Law Rules Policies and Practices, 7th Edition : Joseph William Singer & Bethany R. Berger & Nestor M. Davidson & Eduardo Moises Penalver
  36. Ethical Dimensions in the Health Professions, 6th Edition: Ruth B. Purtilo & Regina F. Doherty
  37. Criminal Behavior A Psychological Approach, 11th Edition: Curt R. Bartol & Anne M. Bartol
  38. The African Experience, 4th Edition: Vincent B. Khapoya
  39. Juvenile Justice A Social, Historical, and Legal Perspective, 4th Edition: R. Scott Ryder & R. Scott Ryder
  40. An Advocate Persuades, 1st Edition: Joan M. Rocklin & Robert B. Rocklin & Christine Coughlin &, Sandy Patrick
  41. Cengage Advantage A Creative Approach to Music Fundamentals , 11th Edition: William Duckworth
  42. Practical Program Evaluations: Getting from Ideas to Outcomes, 1st Edition: Gerald Andrews Emison
  43. Signals and Systems, 2nd Edition: Simon Haykin & Barry Van Veen
  44. Adobe Photoshop CC Classroom in a Book (2018 release): Andrew Faulkner & Conrad Chavez
  45. Homeland Security and Terrorism, 2nd Edition: Larry K Gaines
  46. Philosophy of Mind: A Beginner's Guide, 1st Edition: Ian Ravenscroft
  47. Oracle SQL By Example, 4th Edition: Alice Rischert
  48. Global Business Today, 5th canadian edition : Charles W. L. Hill & Thomas McKaig
  49. Cognitive Psychology: Connecting Mind, Research and Everyday Experience with Coglab Manual, 3rd Edition: E. Goldstein
  50. Murach's SQL Server 2016 for Developers: Joel Murach & Bryan Syverson
  51. Pursuing Sustainability: A Guide to the Science and Practice, 1st Edition: Pamela Matson &, William C. Clark &, Krister Andersson
  52. Sustainability Principles and Practice, 2nd Edition: Margaret Robertson
  53. Agribusiness Management (Routledge Textbooks in Environmental and Agricultural Economics Book 14), 5th Edition: Freddie L. Barnard & Jay T. Akridge & Frank J. Dooley & John C. Foltz & Elizabeth A. Yeager
  54. Operations and Supply Chain Management (Mcgraw-hill Education), 15th Edition: F. Robert Jacobs & Richard B Chase
  55. Emotion, 3rd Edition: Michelle N. Shiota & James W. Kalat
  56. Designing the User Interface - Strategies for Effective Human-Computer Interaction,6th Edition: Ben Shneiderman & Catherine Plaisant &, Maxine Cohen & Steven Jacobs & Niklas Elmqvist & Nicholas Diakopoulos
  57. Family Therapy: History, Theory, and Practice, 7th Edition: Samuel T. Gladding
  58. Elementary and Intermediate Algebra, 5th Edition: Alan S. Tussy & R. David Gustafson
  59. The Information Revolution and World Politics (New Millennium Books in International Studies) : Elizabeth Hanson
  60. Van De Graaff's Photographic Atlas for the Biology Laboratory, 8th Edition: Byron J. Adams &, John L. Crawley
  61. Fundamental Managerial Accounting Concepts, 8th Edition: Thomas P Edmonds &, Christopher Edmonds &, Bor-Yi Tsay &, Philip R Olds
  62. The Solar System, 9th Edition: Michael A. Seeds & Dana E. Backman
  63. US: A Narrative History Volume 1 To 1877, 7th Edition: James West Davidson & Brian DeLay &, Christine Leigh Heyrman & Mark H Lytle &, Michael B Stoff
  64. A Creative Approach to Music Fundamentals, 11th Edition: William Duckworth
  65. Children, 14th Edition : John Santrock
  66. Leading Procurement Strategy , 1st Edition: Carlos Mena
  67. Real Communication, 4th Edition: Dan O'Hair &, Mary Weimann & Dorothy Imrich Mullin & Jason Teven
  68. Community Mental Health: Challenges for the 21st Century, 2nd Edition: Samuel J. Rosenberg & Jessica Rosenberg
  69. A Primer For ICD-10-CM Users: Psychological and Behavioral Conditions: Carol D. Goodheart
  70. Numbers, Groups and Codes, 2nd edition: J. F. Humphreys
  71. Human Diseases, 4th Edition: Marianne Neighbors & Ruth Tannehill-Jones
  72. An Introduction to Analysis, 4th Edition : William R. Wade
  73. Contemporary China: Society and Social Change, 1st Edition: Tamara Jacka
  74. TExES ELAR 7-12 Study Guide: Test Prep for the TExES 231 English Language Arts and Reading Exam: Test Prep Books
  75. What Every Mental Health Professional Needs to Know About Sex, 1st Editio: Stephanie Buehler
  76. Algebra & Trigonometry, 10th Edition: Ron Larson
  77. The Psychology of Sex and Gender, 1st Edition: Jennifer Katherine Bosson & Joseph Alan Vandello & Camille E. Buckner
  78. Probability, Statistics, and Random Signals, 1st Edition : Charles Boncelet
  79. Taylor's Clinical Nursing Skills: A Nursing Process Approach, 5th North American Edition: Pamela Lynn
  80. Human Relations, 6th Edition: Lowell Lamberton & Leslie Minor-Evans
  81. Cengage Advantage Books: Fundamentals of Business Law Today: Summarized Cases, 10th Edition: Roger LeRoy Miller
  82. Human Anatomy, 8th Edition: Elaine N. Marieb & Patricia Brady Wilhelm & Jon B. Mallatt
  83. Food and Beverage Cost Control, 6th Edition: Lea R. Dopson & David K. Hayes
  84. Essentials of Statistics for Business and Economics, 8th Edition: David R. Anderson &, Dennis J. Sweeney & Thomas A. Williams &, Jeffrey D. Camm &, James J. Cochran
  85. Worlds in Motion: Understanding International Migration at the End of the Millennium: Douglas S. Massey & Joaquin Arango & Graeme Hugo &, Ali Kouaouci &, Adela Pellegrino & J. Edward Taylor
  86. Sex Matters: The Sexuality and Society Reader, 4th edition: Mindy Stombler &, Dawn M. Baunach &, Wendy Simonds &, Elroi J. Windsor &, Elisabeth O. Burgess
  87. INFANTS TODDLERS & CAREGIVERS:CURRICULUM RELATIONSHIP ,11th Edition: Janet Gonzalez-Mena & Dianne Widmeyer Eyer
  88. Computer Science Illuminated, 6th Edition: Nell Dale and John Lewis
  89. Read, Reason, Write, 12th Edition : Dorothy Seyler
  90. Gender Ideas, Interactions, Institutions, 2nd Edition: Lisa Wade &, Myra Marx Ferree
  91. Child Development From Infancy to Adolescence: An Active Learning Approach, 1st Edition: Laura E. Levine & Joyce Munsch
  92. CFIN (with MindTap Finance, 1 term (6 months) Printed Access Card), 6th Edition: Scott Besley & Eugene Brigham
  93. How Children Develop, 5th Canadian Edition: Robert S. Siegler &, Jenny Saffran &, Elizabeth Gershoff & Susan Graham
  94. Mosby's Comprehensive Review of Practical Nursing for the NCLEX-PN® Exam (Mosby's Comprehensive Review of Practical Nursing for Nclex-Pn), 17th Edition: Mary O. Eyles
  95. Health Care Regulation in America: Complexity, Confrontation, and Compromise, 1st Edition: Robert I. Field
  96. Introduction to Management Science, 13th edition : Bernard W. Taylor
  97. A Practical Guide to Appellate Advocacy (Aspen Coursebook Series), 5th Edition: Mary Beth Beazley
  98. The Theory and Practice of Group Psychotherapy, 5th Edition: Irvin D. Yalom & Molyn Leszcz
  99. Ethical Dilemmas and Decisions in Criminal Justice, 9th Edition: Joycelyn M. Pollock
  100. What's That Sound?: An Introduction to Rock and Its History, 5th Edition: John Covach & Andrew Flory
  101. Groups Process and Practice , 10th Edition: Marianne Schneider & Gerald Corey & Cindy Corey
  102. Intermediate Accounting, 2nd Edition : Elizabeth A. Gordon & Jana S. Raedy & Alexander J. Sannella
  103. Multicultural Psychology, 2nd Edition: Pamela Balls Organista & Gerardo Marin & Kevin M. Chun
  104. Abortion Rights: For and Against: Kate Greasley & Christopher Kaczor
  105. Educational Psychology Active Learning Edition (What';s New in Ed Psych Tests & Measurements), 13th Edition: Anita Woolfolk
  106. Introduction to Teaching: Becoming a Professional, 6th Edition: Don Kauchak & Paul Eggen
  107. Foundations of Nursing, 8th Edition: Kim Cooper and Kelly Gosnell
  108. Adult Health Nursing, 8th Edition: Kim Cooper & Kelly Gosnell
  109. Why Politics Matters An Introduction to Political Science, 2nd Edition : Kevin L. Dooley
  110. Construction Estimating Using Excel (What';s New in Trades & Technology), 3rd Edition: Steven J. Peterson
  111. Strategic Management: Theory & Cases: An Integrated Approach, 11th Edition: Charles W. L. Hill & Gareth R. Jones & Melissa A. Schilling
  112. Management of Human Resources: The Essentials, 5th Canadian Edition: Gary Dessler,& Nita Chhinzer, & Gary L. Gannon
  113. Moral Philosophy: A Reader, 4th Edition: Louis P. Pojman & Peter Tramel
  114. Criminal Law: The Essentials, 3rd Edition: Sue Titus Reid
  115. Introduction to Collective Behavior and Collection Action, 3rd Edition: David L. Miller
  116. Foods: Experimental Perspectives, 8th Edition: Margaret Emeritus McWilliams
  117. Gray's Anatomy for Students Flash Cards E-Book, 3rd Edition: Richard Drake & A. Wayne Vogl & Adam W. M. Mitchell
  118. Psychology: A Concise Introduction, 4th Edition: Richard A. Griggs
  119. Trigonometry A Unit Circle Approach, 10th Edition: Michael Sullivan
  120. An Introduction to Six Sigma and Process Improvement, 2nd Edition: An Introduction to Six Sigma and Process Improvement, 2nd Edition
  121. Saunders Comprehensive Review for the NCLEX-PN- Examination, 7th Edition: Linda Anne Silvestri & , Angela Silvestri
  122. Genetic Analysis: An Integrated Approach, 3rd Edition: Mark F. Sanders &, John L. Bowman
  123. Readings in Ancient Greek Philosophy: From Thales to Aristotle, 5th Edition: S. Marc Cohen & Patricia Curd & C. D. C. Reeve
  124. The Economics of Managerial Decisions (What's New in Economics), 1st Edition: Roger Blair & Mark Rush
  125. Unity 2018 Game Development in 24 Hours, Sams Teach Yourself, 3rd Edition: Mike Geig
  126. Culinology: The Intersection of Culinary Art and Food Science, 1st Edition: Research Chefs Association
  127. Proslogion: With the Replies of Gaunilo and Anselm (Hackett Classics): Anselm & Thomas Williams
  128. On Free Choice of the Will (Hackett Classics): Augustine & Thomas Williams
  129. Theaetetus: Plato & Bernard Williams & Myles Burnyeat
  130. Biology: Science for Life with Physiology, 6th Edition; Colleen Belk
  131. Laches and Charmides: Plato & Rosamond Kent Sprague
  132. Introduction to Criminal Justice: Practice and Process, 3rd Edition: Peak Kenneth J. &, Madensen Tamara D.
  133. Psychological Science, 6th Edition : Michael Gazzaniga
  134. Gray's Anatomy for Students, 3rd edition: Richard Drake & A. Wayne Vogl & Adam Mitchell
  135. Evolution, 4th Edition: Douglas J. Futuyma & Mark Kirkpatrick
  136. American Corrections, 12th Edition: Todd R. Clear & Michael D. Reisig & George F. Cole
  137. Psychology in Action, 12th Edition: Karen Huffman & Katherine Dowdell & Catherine A. Sanderson
  138. Criminal Procedure, 4th Edition: Matthew Lippman
  139. Living Democracy, 2016 Presidential Election Edition; Daniel M. Shea & Joanne Connor Green & Christopher E. Smith
  140. Social Media for Strategic Communication: Creative Strategies and Research-Based Applications, 1st Edition; Karen Freberg
  141. E-marketing, 8th Edition: Raymond D. Frost &, Alexa Fox &, Judy Strauss
  142. Beginning and Intermediate Algebra with P.O.W.E.R. Learning, 4th Edition: Sherri Messersmith
  143. Foundations of Marketing, 8th Edition: William M. Pride & O. C. Ferrell
  144. Criminal Justice Today An Introductory Text for the 21st Century, 15th Edition: Frank Schmalleger
  145. Discourse Analysis: Putting Our Worlds into Words, 1st Edition: Susan Strauss &, Parastou Feiz
  146. Essentials of Patient Education, 2nd Edition: Susan B. Bastable
  147. General,Organic,and Biological Chemistry: Structures of Life, 6th Edition : Karen Timberlake
  148. Systems Analysis and Design, 7th Edition : Alan Dennis & Barbara Haley Wixom &, Roberta M. Roth
  149. Ethics and the Conduct of Business, 8th edition: John R Boatright & Jeffery Smith
  150. The Practice of Chinese Medicine: The Treatment of Diseases with Acupuncture and Chinese Herbs, 2nd Edition: Giovanni Maciocia
  151. Media Writer’s Handbook.: A Guide to Common Writing and Editing Problems, 6th edition: George Arnold
  152. Psychology, 4th Canadian Edition : Daniel L. Schacter & Daniel T. Gilbert &, Matthew K. Nock &, Ingrid Johnsrude &, Daniel M. Wegner
  153. Becoming a Helper, 7th Edition : Marianne Schneider Corey & Gerald Corey
  154. Management Information Systems, 4th Edition : R. Kelly Rainer & Brad Prince &, Hugh J. Watson
  155. Principles of Managerial Finance, 15th Edition: Chad J. Zutter & Scott B. Smart
  156. Excellence in Business Communication, 11th Edition: John V. Thill &, Courtland L. Bovee
  157. People Skills for Public Managers, 1st Edition: Suzanne Mccorkle & Stephanie Witt
  158. ECGs Made Easy, 6th Edition,: Barbara J Aehlert
  159. Pharmaceutical Calculations, 5th Edition: Maria Glaucia Teixeira & Joel L. Zatz
  160. California Politics: A Primer, 5th Edition: Renee B. Van Vechten
  161. Medical Language for Modern Health Care, 4th Edition: Rachel Basco David Allan
  162. Plant Biology, 1st Edition: Nicholas Harberd &, Jonathan Jones & Alison M. Smith & George Coupland & Liam Dolan
  163. Business Communication, 16th Edition : Carol M. Lehman & Debbie D. DuFrene
  164. The Challenge of Politics: An Introduction to Political Science, 5th Edition: Neal Riemer &, Douglas W. Simon &, Joseph Romance
  165. Organic Chemistry, 12th edition : Craig B. Fryhle & Scott A. Snyder,
  166. Macroscale and Microscale Organic Experiments, 6th edition : Kenneth L. Williamson & Katherine M. Masters
  167. Dissertations and Theses From Start to Finish: Psychology and Related Fields, 2nd Edition,: John D. Cone &, Sharon L. Foster
  168. Introduction to Statistical Data Analysis for the Life Sciences, 2nd Edition: Claus Thorn Ekstrom &, Helle Sørensen
  169. Murach's C# 2015, 6th Edition: Anne Boehm & Joel Murach
  170. Precalculus: Mathematics for Calculus, 6th Edition: James Stewart & Lothar Redlin & Saleem Watson
  171. Management Information Systems, 3rd Edition: R. Kelly Rainer & Brad Prince & Hugh J. Watson
  172. Discovering the Scientist Within Research Methods in Psychology, 2nd Edition: Gary W. Lewandowski, Jr.; Natalie J. Ciarocco; David B Strohmetz
  173. American Pageant, 16th Edition: David M. Kennedy &, Lizabeth Cohen
  174. Understanding Human Communication, 13th Edition : Ronald B. Adler
  175. The Graphic Designer's Digital Toolkit: A Project-Based Introduction to Adobe Photoshop Creative Cloud, Illustrator Creative Cloud & InDesign Creative Cloud , 7th Edition: Allan Wood
  176. A History of Psychology: A Global Perspective, 2nd Edition: Eric Shiraev
  177. Advanced Digital Design with the Verilog HDL, 2nd Edition: Michael D. Ciletti
  178. Molecular Biotechnology: Principles and Applications of Recombinant DNA, 5th Edition: Bernard R. Glick & Cheryl L. Patten
  179. Fundamentals of Plant Physiology, 1st Edition: Lincoln Taiz; Eduardo Zeiger; Ian Max M?ller; Angus Murphy
  180. Communication Skills in Pharmacy Practice: A Practical Guide for Students and Practitioners, 6th Edition: Robert S. Beardsley &, Carole L. Kimberlin &, William N. Tindall
  181. Laboratory Manual for Anatomy and Physiology, 6th Edition: Connie Allen &, Valerie Harper
  182. Humanity: An Introduction to Cultural Anthropology, 11th Edition: James Peoples &, Garrick Bailey
  183. Investigating Social Problems, 2nd Edition: A. Javier Trevino
  184. Calculus , 3rd Edition: William L. Briggs &, Lyle Cochran &, Bernard Gillett & Eric Schulz
  185. File System Forensic Analysis, 1st Edition: Brian Carrier
  186. Security Program and Policies: Principles and Practices , 2nd Edition: Greene Sari
  187. Security Policies and Implementation Issues, 2nd Edition: Robert Johnson
  188. Research Methods in Criminal Justice and Criminology, 9th Edition: Frank E. Hagan
  189. Founding Sisters and the Nineteenth Amendment: Eleanor Clift
  190. For the Glory of God: How Monotheism Led to Reformations, Science, Witch-Hunts, and the End of Slavery: Rodney Stark
  191. Ethics for the Legal Professional, 8th Edition: Deborah K. Orlik
  192. Essentials of Accounting for Governmental and Not-for-Profit Organizations, 13th Edition: Paul A. Copley
  193. Management Communication, 5th edition : James S. O';Rourke
  194. Employee Benefits: A Primer for Human Resource Professionals, 6th Edition: Joseph J. Martocchio
  195. Advocacy and Opposition: An Introduction to Argumentation, 7th Edition: Karyn Charles Rybacki &, Donald Jay Rybacki
  196. Foundations of Algorithms, 5th Edition : Richard Neapolitan
  197. Legal Environment of Business: Online Commerce, Ethics, and Global Issues, 8th Edition: Henry R. Cheeseman
  198. Macroeconomics (Pearson Series in Economics), 5th Edition: R. Glenn Hubbard &, Anthony Patrick O'Brien
  199. Cognitive Science: An Introduction to the Science of the Mind, 2nd Edition: José Luis Bermúdez
  200. Advanced Engineering Mathematics, 6th Edition: Dennis G. Zill
  201. The Micro Economy Today, 15th Edition: Bradley Schiller
  202. Cultural Intelligence: Surviving and Thriving in the Global Village, 3rd Edition: David C. Thomas & Kerr C. Inkson
  203. NCLEX-PN Prep 2018: Practice Test + Proven Strategies: Kaplan Nursing
  204. Public Administration: An Introduction, 2nd Edition: Marc Holzer &, Richard W Schwester
  205. Project Management for Engineering and Technology, 1st Edition: David L. Goetsch
  206. Madeline Hunter′s Mastery Teaching, Updated Edition: Robin Hunter
  207. Brain Matters: Translating Research into Classroom Practice , 2nd Edition: Patricia Wolfe
  208. The Art and Science of Teaching: A Comprehensive Framework for Effective Instruction (Professional Development), 1st Edition: Robert J. Marzano
  209. MKTG, 12th Edition: Charles W. Lamb
  210. Cultural Anthropology: An Applied Perspective, Canadian Edition: Gary Ferraro & Susan Andreatta
  211. Strategic Market Management, 11th Edition: David A. Aaker &, Christine Moorman
  212. American Government: Stories of a Nation, Brief 1st Edition: Scott F. Abernathy
  213. Business Statistics: Communicating with Numbers, 3rd Edition: Sanjiv Jaggia
  214. Mirror for Humanity: A Concise Introduction to Cultural Anthropology, 11th Edition: Conrad Phillip Kottak
  215. Motivation and Learning Strategies for College Success A Focus on Self-Regulated Learning, 5th Edition: Myron H. Dembo & Helena Seli
  216. C++ Plus Data Structures, 6th Edition: Nell Dale &, Chip Weems &, Tim Richards
  217. Introduction to Environmental Engineering, 5th edition: Mackenzie Davis &, David Cornwell
  218. IR: International, Economic, and Human Security in a Changing World, 3rd Edition: James M. Scott & Ralph G. Carter &, A. Cooper Drury
  219. Higher Education Law Policy and Perspectives, 2nd Edition: Klinton W. Alexander & Kern Alexander
  220. The Making of America's Culture Regions: Richard L. Nostrand
  221. Racial and Ethnic Groups, 14th Edition: Richard T. Schaefer
  222. Principles of Computer Security: CompTIA Security+ and Beyond, 5th Edition: Wm. Arthur Conklin &, Greg White &, Chuck Cothren &, Roger L. Davis & Dwayne Williams
  223. New Perspectives Microsoft Office 365 & Word 2016: Comprehensive, 1st Edition: Ann Shaffer & Katherine T. Pinard
  224. Nonprofit Management Principles and Practice, 5th Edition: Michael J. Worth
  225. Making My Pitch: A Woman's Baseball Odyssey: Ila Jane Borders &, Jean Hastings Ardell & Mike Veeck
  226. CISSP All-in-One Exam Guide, 8th Edition: Shon Harris & Fernando Maymi
  227. Air Pollution Control: A Design Approach, 4th Edition: C. David Cooper & F. C. Alley
  228. Introduction to Physical Hydrology, 1st Edition: Martin Hendriks
  229. Fundamentals of Game Development , 1st Edition: Heather Maxwell Chandler & Rafael Chandler
  230. What If...: Collected Thought Experiments in Philosophy, 1st Edition: Peg Tittle
  231. Marketing, 2nd Edition: Shane Hunt &, John E Mello & George Deitz
  232. Mass Media Research: An Introduction, 10th Edition: Roger D. Wimmer & Joseph R. Dominick
  233. Understanding Rhetoric: A Graphic Guide to Writing, 2nd Edition: Elizabeth Losh &, Jonathan Alexander &, Kevin Cannon &, Zander Cannon
  234. Introduction to Materials Science and Engineering A Guided Inquiry, 1st Edition: Elliot P. Douglas
  235. C++ Plus Data Structures, 6th Edition: Nell Dale &, Chip Weems & Tim Richards
  236. Information Technology Project Management, 9th Edition: Kathy Schwalbe
  237. Technical Communication: A Practical Approach, 8th Edition: William S. Pfeiffer and Kaye A. Adkins
  238. The Mayo Clinic Guide to Stress-Free Living: Amit Sood
  239. Bond Markets, Analysis and Strategies, 8th Edition:Frank J. Fabozzi
  240. Introduction to Learning and Behavior, 5th Edition : Russell A. Powell & P. Lynne Honey &, Diane G. Symbaluk
  241. Fundamentals of Multinational Finance (Pearson Series in Finance), 5th Edition: Michael H. Moffett & Arthur I. Stonehill & David K. Eiteman
  242. Criminology: The Essentials, 3rd Edition: Anthony Walsh & Cody Jorgensen
  243. Intermediate Algebra, 13th Edition: Marvin L. Bittinger and Judith A. Beecher
  244. Introduction to Java Programming, Brief Version 11th Edition : Y. Daniel Liang
  245. Income Tax Fundamentals 2019: Gerald E. Whittenburg and Steven Gill
  246. Plants and Society, 7th Edition: Estelle Levetin &, Karen McMahon
  247. The Dynamics of Persuasion: Communication and Attitudes in the Twenty-First Century, 6th edition: Richard M. Perloff
  248. Understanding Economics, 6th Edition : Mark Lovewell
  249. Employee Training & Development (Irwin Management), 7th Edition: Raymond Andrew Noe
  250. Building the Learning Organization: Achieving Strategic Advantage through a Commitment to Learning, 3rd Edition: Michael J. Marquardt
  251. Keeping the Republic Power and Citizenship in American Politics, 9th Edition: Christine Barbour & Gerald C. Wright
  252. Business Ethics: Ethical Decision Making & Cases, 12th Edition: O. C. Ferrell & John Fraedrich & Ferrell
  253. International Business :Shad Morris & James Oldroyd
  254. The Psychology Major: Career Options and Strategies for Success, 5th Edition: R. Eric Landrum & Stephen F. Davis
  255. Digital Crossroads: Telecommunications Law and Policy in the Internet Age, 2nd Edition: Jonathan E. Nuechterlein & Philip J. Weiser
  256. Dynamic Business Law: The Essentials, 4th Edition: Nancy Kubasek
  257. Stats Data and Models, 4th Edition: Richard D. De Veaux & Paul F. Velleman & David E. Bock
  258. A Primer in Positive Psychology (Oxford Positive Psychology Series), 1st Edition: Christopher Peterson
  259. Consumer Behavior, 7th edition : Wayne D. Hoyer
  260. Introduction to Bayesian Statistics, 3rd Edition: William M. Bolstad & James M. Curran
  261. Perspectives on International Relations Power, Institutions, and Ideas, 6th Edition: Henry R. Nau
  262. The Theory and Practice of Sustainable Engineering, 1st Edition : Braden R. Allenby
  263. Focus on Personal Finance, 6th Edition: Jack Kapoor
  264. South-Western Federal Taxation 2019: Essentials of Taxation: Individuals and Business Entities (with Intuit ProConnect Tax Online 2017 + RIA CheckPoint 1 term (6 months) Printed Access Card), 22nd Edition: William A. Raabe & James C. Young & Annette Nellen &, David M. Maloney
  265. Electrical Machines, Drives and Power Systems: Pearson New International 6th Edition: Theodore Wildi
  266. Practical Strategies for Technical Communication A Brief Guide, 3rd Edition : Mike Markel & Stuart A. Selber
  267. Introduction to Manufacturing Processes, 1st Edition: Mikell P. Groover
  268. Community As Partner: Theory and Practice in Nursing, 8th Edition: Elizabeth Anderson & Judy MacFarlane
  269. Gardner's Art through the Ages: A Global History, Volume II, 16th Edition: Fred S. Kleiner
  270. Down to Earth Sociology: Introductory Readings, 14th Edition: James M. Henslin
  271. Human Development: A Cultural Approach, 3rd Edition: Jeffrey Jensen Arnett & Lene Arnett Jensen
  272. Becoming Mexican American: Ethnicity, Culture, and Identity in Chicano Los Angeles, 1900-1945: George J. Sanchez
  273. The War in American Culture: Society and Consciousness during World War II, 1st Edition: Lewis A. Erenberg & Susan E. Hirsch
  274. Suburban Warriors: The Origins of the New American Right: Lisa McGirr
  275. Discrete Mathematics with Applications, 5th Edition: Susanna S. Epp
  276. Transforming Citizenship: Democracy, Membership, and Belonging in Latino Communities: Raymond A. Rocco
  277. Cyberpsychology: An Introduction to Human-Computer Interaction, 2nd Edition: Kent L. Norman
  278. What Is Life? A Guide to Biology with Physiology, 4th Edition: Jay Phelan
  279. Economic Issues and Policy, 6th Edition : Jacqueline Murray Brux
  280. Biochemistry: Concepts and Connections, 2nd Edition: Dean R. Appling &, Spencer J. Anthony-Cahill & Christopher K. Mathews
  281. National Security, 6th Edition: Donald M. Snow
  282. Microbiology: Basic and Clinical Principles, 1st Edition: Lourdes P. Norman-McKay
  283. Managing Performance through Training and Development, 8th Edition: AlAn M. SAkS & RobeRt R. HAccoun
  284. Privilege, Power, and Differenc, 3rd Edition : Allan G. Johnson
  285. Health Care Operations Management: A Systems Perspective, 2nd Edition: James R. Langabeer II & Jeffrey Helton
  286. The Structure of Argument, 9th Edition: Annette T. Rottenberg & Donna Haisty Winchell
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2020.04.01 12:08 longhigy Selling all the released Masterclass classes: Kelly Wearstler Teaches Interior Design, Lynnette Marrero & Ryan Chetiyawardana TEACH MIXOLOGY, RUPAUL SELF-EXPRESSION AND AUTHENTICITY, Jeff Goodby and Rich Silverstein, GABRIELA CÁMARA MEXICAN COOKING, etc.

Kelly Wearstler Teaches Interior Design
Eclectic and experiential, Kelly Wearstler’s style helped redefine modern American design and influenced the rise of designer hotels. Now the award-winning designer takes you behind the scenes to demystify interior design. Make any space feel larger, and choose colors, materials, and textures with confidence. Curate collections of art and objects, cultivate your own distinct style, and create spaces that tell a story.
Lynnette Marrero & Ryan Chetiyawardana TEACH MIXOLOGY
Meet Your Instructors: Lynnette Marrero & Ryan Chetiyawardana A leader in the New York City–based craft cocktail movement, Lynnette Marrero is the bar director at the Llama Inn in Brooklyn. Nicknamed “Mr Lyan,” Ryan Chetiyawardana has opened award-winning bars around the world.
RUPAUL TEACHES SELF-EXPRESSION AND AUTHENTICITY RuPaul has transformed drag subculture into a mainstream phenomenon with devoted fans across the world. Now the Emmy-winning host, performer, and drag icon is sharing an intimate look at his personal journey to self-realization. From finding your inner truth to owning the room, RuPaul teaches you how to present your best self to the world. It’s your life’s work to shine—RuPaul shows you how. JEFF GOODBY & RICH SILVERSTEIN TEACH ADVERTISING AND CREATIVITY Meet Jeff Goodby and Rich Silverstein, founders of the legendary advertising agency Goodby Silverstein & Partners. Jeff and Rich introduce themselves and set the stage for their class.
Gabriela Camara MEXICAN COOKING Meet your new instructor: internationally acclaimed chef and restaurateur Gabriela Cámara. Gabriela shares how she became a chef, the origin story of her famed restaurant Contramar in Mexico City, and her philosophy on food and hospitality.
Neil deGrasse Tyson Teaches Scientific Thinking and Communication
With a hit talk show and bestselling books, Neil deGrasse Tyson is one of the most popular figures in modern science. Now the influential astrophysicist teaches you how his mind works and how he connects with audiences. Learn to think like a skeptic, open your own mind through scientific literacy, distill data, and navigate bias to discover objective truths—and deliver your ideas in ways that engage, excite, and inspire.
CHRIS VOSSTEACHES THE ART OF NEGOTIATION
Meet your new instructor: former FBI lead international kidnapping negotiator Chris Voss. While many believe that negotiation is a battle, Chris sees successful negotiation as a collaboration rooted in empathy.
MISTY COPELAND TEACHES BALLET TECHNIQUE AND ARTISTRY
American Ballet Theatre principal dancer Misty Copeland teaches you how to build your technique, embrace your story, and own your movement.
Doris Kearns Goodwin Teaches U.S. Presidential History and Leadership
Meet your instructor: Pulitzer Prize–winning historian and bestselling author Doris Kearns Goodwin. She talks about why she’s excited to teach this class, how she came to love history, and her path to becoming a presidential historian.
BOBBI BROWN TEACHES MAKEUP AND BEAUTY Bobbi Brown teaches you the tips, tricks, and techniques for applying simple, natural makeup that makes you feel beautiful in your own skin.
BOB IGER TEACHES BUSINESS STRATEGY AND LEADERSHIP
Meet your new instructor: chairman and CEO Bob Iger. In his introduction, Bob talks about what he’s learned from great teachers and what he wants to share with you.
THOMAS KELLER TEACHES COOKING TECHNIQUES III: SEAFOOD, SOUS VIDE, AND DESSERTS
In his third MasterClass, Chef Thomas Keller focuses on preparing fresh seafood like lobster and salmon, making classic desserts such as apple pie and lemon tart, and showing how sous vide cooking can be done at home to enhance flavor and texture. Whether you’re a beginning or advanced cook, you’ll learn the techniques and principles that will give you the understanding and skills to get the most delicious results.
DANNY ELFMAN TEACHES MUSIC FOR FILM
From The Simpsons theme to the soundtracks of Tim Burton’s Pee-wee’s Big Adventure and The Nightmare Before Christmas, Danny Elfman’s compositions are original, memorable, and exuberantly weird. Now the Oingo Boingo founder and four-time Oscar nominee shares his unconventional (and uncensored) creative process. Step into Danny’s studio and learn his techniques for evoking emotion and elevating a story through music.
SARA BLAKELY TEACHES SELF-MADE ENTREPRENEURSHIP
Meet your instructor: self-made billionaire and founder of Spanx, Sara Blakely. Sara talks about her journey as an inventor and entrepreneur, sharing that her purpose is to serve women and make products for women better.
From now i'll sell a cooking pack for $10 which includes
Aaron Franklin - Teaches Texas-Style BBQ Alice Waters - Home Cooking Dominique Ansel teaches french pastry fundamentals Gordon Ramsay - Cooking Gordon Ramsay Teaches Cooking II: Restaurant Recipes at Home James Suckling Teaches Wine Appreciation Massimo Bottura teaches Italian cooking Thomas Keller Teaches Cooking Thomas Keller Teaches Cooking Techniques II: Meats, Stocks, Sauces THOMAS KELLER TEACHES COOKING TECHNIQUES III: SEAFOOD, SOUS VIDE, AND DESSERTS Wolfgang Puck - Cooking
For $15 you'll get EVERYTHING
Aaron Franklin - Teaches Texas-Style BBQ Aaron Sorkin – Screenwriting Alice Waters - Home Cooking Annie Leibovitz - Photography Armin Van Buuren - Dance Music Billy Collins - Teaches Reading and Writing Poetry Bob Woodward - Investigative Journalism Carlos Santana Teaches The Art And Soul Of Guitar Chris Hadfield Teaches Space Exploration Christina Aguilera - Teaches Singing Dan Brown Teaches Writing Thrillers Daniel Negreanu Teaches Poker David Axelrod and Karl Rove Teach Campaign Strategy David Lynch - Teaches Creativity and Film David Mamet - Dramatic Writing Deadmau5 - Electronic Music Production Diane von Furstenberg - Building a Fashion Brand Dominique Ansel teaches french pastry fundamentals Dr. Jane Goodall Teaches Conservation Dustin Hoffman - Acting Frank Gehry - Design and Architecture Garry Kasparov - Chess Gordon Ramsay - Cooking Gordon Ramsay Teaches Cooking II: Restaurant Recipes at Home Hans Zimmer - Film Scoring Helen Mirren - Acting Herbie Hancock - Jazz Howard Schultz about leading a values-based business Itzhak Perlman teches violin James Patterson - Writing James Suckling Teaches Wine Appreciation Jane Goodall - Conservation Jimmy Chin Photography Jodie Foster teaches filmmaking Joyce Carol Oates Teaches the Art of the Short Story Judd Apatow Teaches Comedy Judy Blume Teaches Writing Ken Burns Teaches Documentary Filmmaking Kevin Spacey - Acting Malcolm Gladwell Teaches Writing Marc Jacobs - Fashion Design Margaret Atwood Teaches Creative Writing Martin Scorsese - Filmmaking Massimo Bottura teaches Italian cooking Mira Nair Teaches Independent Filmmaking Neil Gaiman Teaches the Art of Storytelling PAUL KRUGMAN TEACHES ECONOMICS AND SOCIETY Penn and Teller - Teach the Art of Magic PHIL IVEY TEACHES POKER STRATEGY Reba McEntire - Country Music Reba McEntire Teaches Country Music Ron Howard - Directing Samuel L. Jackson Teaches Acting Serena Williams - Tennis Shonda Rhimes Teaches Writing for Television Spike Lee Teaches Independent Filmmaking Stephen Curry Teaches Basketball Steve Martin - Comedy Stine teaches Writing for young Audiences Thomas Keller Teaches Cooking Thomas Keller Teaches Cooking Techniques II: Meats, Stocks, Sauces Timbaland - Teaches Producing and Beatmaking Tom Morello Teaches Electric Guitar Usher - The Art of Performance Werner Herzog Teaches Filmmaking Will Wright Teaches Game Design and Theory Wolfgang Puck - Cooking
After payment you'll get a google drive link with the selected class/es !
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2020.03.06 14:04 longhigy Selling all the released Masterclass classes: Lynnette Marrero & Ryan Chetiyawardana TEACH MIXOLOGY, RUPAUL SELF-EXPRESSION AND AUTHENTICITY, Jeff Goodby and Rich Silverstein, GABRIELA CÁMARA MEXICAN COOKING, etc. for $20 paypal

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Lynnette Marrero & Ryan Chetiyawardana TEACH MIXOLOGY
Meet Your Instructors: Lynnette Marrero & Ryan Chetiyawardana A leader in the New York City–based craft cocktail movement, Lynnette Marrero is the bar director at the Llama Inn in Brooklyn. Nicknamed “Mr Lyan,” Ryan Chetiyawardana has opened award-winning bars around the world.
RUPAUL TEACHES SELF-EXPRESSION AND AUTHENTICITY RuPaul has transformed drag subculture into a mainstream phenomenon with devoted fans across the world. Now the Emmy-winning host, performer, and drag icon is sharing an intimate look at his personal journey to self-realization. From finding your inner truth to owning the room, RuPaul teaches you how to present your best self to the world. It’s your life’s work to shine—RuPaul shows you how. JEFF GOODBY & RICH SILVERSTEIN TEACH ADVERTISING AND CREATIVITY Meet Jeff Goodby and Rich Silverstein, founders of the legendary advertising agency Goodby Silverstein & Partners. Jeff and Rich introduce themselves and set the stage for their class.
Gabriela Camara MEXICAN COOKING Meet your new instructor: internationally acclaimed chef and restaurateur Gabriela Cámara. Gabriela shares how she became a chef, the origin story of her famed restaurant Contramar in Mexico City, and her philosophy on food and hospitality.
Neil deGrasse Tyson Teaches Scientific Thinking and Communication
With a hit talk show and bestselling books, Neil deGrasse Tyson is one of the most popular figures in modern science. Now the influential astrophysicist teaches you how his mind works and how he connects with audiences. Learn to think like a skeptic, open your own mind through scientific literacy, distill data, and navigate bias to discover objective truths—and deliver your ideas in ways that engage, excite, and inspire.
CHRIS VOSSTEACHES THE ART OF NEGOTIATION
Meet your new instructor: former FBI lead international kidnapping negotiator Chris Voss. While many believe that negotiation is a battle, Chris sees successful negotiation as a collaboration rooted in empathy.
MISTY COPELAND TEACHES BALLET TECHNIQUE AND ARTISTRY
American Ballet Theatre principal dancer Misty Copeland teaches you how to build your technique, embrace your story, and own your movement.
Doris Kearns Goodwin Teaches U.S. Presidential History and Leadership
Meet your instructor: Pulitzer Prize–winning historian and bestselling author Doris Kearns Goodwin. She talks about why she’s excited to teach this class, how she came to love history, and her path to becoming a presidential historian.
BOBBI BROWN TEACHES MAKEUP AND BEAUTY Bobbi Brown teaches you the tips, tricks, and techniques for applying simple, natural makeup that makes you feel beautiful in your own skin.
BOB IGER TEACHES BUSINESS STRATEGY AND LEADERSHIP
Meet your new instructor: chairman and CEO Bob Iger. In his introduction, Bob talks about what he’s learned from great teachers and what he wants to share with you.
THOMAS KELLER TEACHES COOKING TECHNIQUES III: SEAFOOD, SOUS VIDE, AND DESSERTS
In his third MasterClass, Chef Thomas Keller focuses on preparing fresh seafood like lobster and salmon, making classic desserts such as apple pie and lemon tart, and showing how sous vide cooking can be done at home to enhance flavor and texture. Whether you’re a beginning or advanced cook, you’ll learn the techniques and principles that will give you the understanding and skills to get the most delicious results.
DANNY ELFMAN TEACHES MUSIC FOR FILM
From The Simpsons theme to the soundtracks of Tim Burton’s Pee-wee’s Big Adventure and The Nightmare Before Christmas, Danny Elfman’s compositions are original, memorable, and exuberantly weird. Now the Oingo Boingo founder and four-time Oscar nominee shares his unconventional (and uncensored) creative process. Step into Danny’s studio and learn his techniques for evoking emotion and elevating a story through music.
SARA BLAKELY TEACHES SELF-MADE ENTREPRENEURSHIP
Meet your instructor: self-made billionaire and founder of Spanx, Sara Blakely. Sara talks about her journey as an inventor and entrepreneur, sharing that her purpose is to serve women and make products for women better.
From now i'll sell a cooking pack for $15 which includes
Aaron Franklin - Teaches Texas-Style BBQ Alice Waters - Home Cooking Dominique Ansel teaches french pastry fundamentals Gordon Ramsay - Cooking Gordon Ramsay Teaches Cooking II: Restaurant Recipes at Home James Suckling Teaches Wine Appreciation Massimo Bottura teaches Italian cooking Thomas Keller Teaches Cooking Thomas Keller Teaches Cooking Techniques II: Meats, Stocks, Sauces THOMAS KELLER TEACHES COOKING TECHNIQUES III: SEAFOOD, SOUS VIDE, AND DESSERTS Wolfgang Puck - Cooking
For $20 you'll get EVERYTHING
Aaron Franklin - Teaches Texas-Style BBQ Aaron Sorkin – Screenwriting Alice Waters - Home Cooking Annie Leibovitz - Photography Armin Van Buuren - Dance Music Billy Collins - Teaches Reading and Writing Poetry Bob Woodward - Investigative Journalism Carlos Santana Teaches The Art And Soul Of Guitar Chris Hadfield Teaches Space Exploration Christina Aguilera - Teaches Singing Dan Brown Teaches Writing Thrillers Daniel Negreanu Teaches Poker David Axelrod and Karl Rove Teach Campaign Strategy David Lynch - Teaches Creativity and Film David Mamet - Dramatic Writing Deadmau5 - Electronic Music Production Diane von Furstenberg - Building a Fashion Brand Dominique Ansel teaches french pastry fundamentals Dr. Jane Goodall Teaches Conservation Dustin Hoffman - Acting Frank Gehry - Design and Architecture Garry Kasparov - Chess Gordon Ramsay - Cooking Gordon Ramsay Teaches Cooking II: Restaurant Recipes at Home Hans Zimmer - Film Scoring Helen Mirren - Acting Herbie Hancock - Jazz Howard Schultz about leading a values-based business Itzhak Perlman teches violin James Patterson - Writing James Suckling Teaches Wine Appreciation Jane Goodall - Conservation Jimmy Chin Photography Jodie Foster teaches filmmaking Joyce Carol Oates Teaches the Art of the Short Story Judd Apatow Teaches Comedy Judy Blume Teaches Writing Ken Burns Teaches Documentary Filmmaking Kevin Spacey - Acting Malcolm Gladwell Teaches Writing Marc Jacobs - Fashion Design Margaret Atwood Teaches Creative Writing Martin Scorsese - Filmmaking Massimo Bottura teaches Italian cooking Mira Nair Teaches Independent Filmmaking Neil Gaiman Teaches the Art of Storytelling PAUL KRUGMAN TEACHES ECONOMICS AND SOCIETY Penn and Teller - Teach the Art of Magic PHIL IVEY TEACHES POKER STRATEGY Reba McEntire - Country Music Reba McEntire Teaches Country Music Ron Howard - Directing Samuel L. Jackson Teaches Acting Serena Williams - Tennis Shonda Rhimes Teaches Writing for Television Spike Lee Teaches Independent Filmmaking Stephen Curry Teaches Basketball Steve Martin - Comedy Stine teaches Writing for young Audiences Thomas Keller Teaches Cooking Thomas Keller Teaches Cooking Techniques II: Meats, Stocks, Sauces Timbaland - Teaches Producing and Beatmaking Tom Morello Teaches Electric Guitar Usher - The Art of Performance Werner Herzog Teaches Filmmaking Will Wright Teaches Game Design and Theory Wolfgang Puck - Cooking
After payment you'll get a google drive link with the selected class/es !
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2020.02.24 12:50 longhigy [H]All the released Masterclass classes: RUPAUL SELF-EXPRESSION AND AUTHENTICITY, Jeff Goodby and Rich Silverstein, GABRIELA CÁMARA MEXICAN COOKING, Neil deGrasse Tyson Scientific Thinking, Chriss Voss Negotiation etc. [W] $2 Paypal each, $15 for EVERYTHING or Dark souls remastered steam key

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RUPAUL TEACHES SELF-EXPRESSION AND AUTHENTICITY RuPaul has transformed drag subculture into a mainstream phenomenon with devoted fans across the world. Now the Emmy-winning host, performer, and drag icon is sharing an intimate look at his personal journey to self-realization. From finding your inner truth to owning the room, RuPaul teaches you how to present your best self to the world. It’s your life’s work to shine—RuPaul shows you how. JEFF GOODBY & RICH SILVERSTEIN TEACH ADVERTISING AND CREATIVITY Meet Jeff Goodby and Rich Silverstein, founders of the legendary advertising agency Goodby Silverstein & Partners. Jeff and Rich introduce themselves and set the stage for their class.
Gabriela Camara MEXICAN COOKING Meet your new instructor: internationally acclaimed chef and restaurateur Gabriela Cámara. Gabriela shares how she became a chef, the origin story of her famed restaurant Contramar in Mexico City, and her philosophy on food and hospitality.
Neil deGrasse Tyson Teaches Scientific Thinking and Communication
With a hit talk show and bestselling books, Neil deGrasse Tyson is one of the most popular figures in modern science. Now the influential astrophysicist teaches you how his mind works and how he connects with audiences. Learn to think like a skeptic, open your own mind through scientific literacy, distill data, and navigate bias to discover objective truths—and deliver your ideas in ways that engage, excite, and inspire.
CHRIS VOSSTEACHES THE ART OF NEGOTIATION
Meet your new instructor: former FBI lead international kidnapping negotiator Chris Voss. While many believe that negotiation is a battle, Chris sees successful negotiation as a collaboration rooted in empathy.
MISTY COPELAND TEACHES BALLET TECHNIQUE AND ARTISTRY
American Ballet Theatre principal dancer Misty Copeland teaches you how to build your technique, embrace your story, and own your movement.
Doris Kearns Goodwin Teaches U.S. Presidential History and Leadership
Meet your instructor: Pulitzer Prize–winning historian and bestselling author Doris Kearns Goodwin. She talks about why she’s excited to teach this class, how she came to love history, and her path to becoming a presidential historian.
BOBBI BROWN TEACHES MAKEUP AND BEAUTY Bobbi Brown teaches you the tips, tricks, and techniques for applying simple, natural makeup that makes you feel beautiful in your own skin.
BOB IGER TEACHES BUSINESS STRATEGY AND LEADERSHIP
Meet your new instructor: chairman and CEO Bob Iger. In his introduction, Bob talks about what he’s learned from great teachers and what he wants to share with you.
THOMAS KELLER TEACHES COOKING TECHNIQUES III: SEAFOOD, SOUS VIDE, AND DESSERTS
In his third MasterClass, Chef Thomas Keller focuses on preparing fresh seafood like lobster and salmon, making classic desserts such as apple pie and lemon tart, and showing how sous vide cooking can be done at home to enhance flavor and texture. Whether you’re a beginning or advanced cook, you’ll learn the techniques and principles that will give you the understanding and skills to get the most delicious results.
DANNY ELFMAN TEACHES MUSIC FOR FILM
From The Simpsons theme to the soundtracks of Tim Burton’s Pee-wee’s Big Adventure and The Nightmare Before Christmas, Danny Elfman’s compositions are original, memorable, and exuberantly weird. Now the Oingo Boingo founder and four-time Oscar nominee shares his unconventional (and uncensored) creative process. Step into Danny’s studio and learn his techniques for evoking emotion and elevating a story through music.
SARA BLAKELY TEACHES SELF-MADE ENTREPRENEURSHIP
Meet your instructor: self-made billionaire and founder of Spanx, Sara Blakely. Sara talks about her journey as an inventor and entrepreneur, sharing that her purpose is to serve women and make products for women better.
From now i'll sell a cooking pack for $10 which includes
Aaron Franklin - Teaches Texas-Style BBQ Alice Waters - Home Cooking Dominique Ansel teaches french pastry fundamentals Gordon Ramsay - Cooking Gordon Ramsay Teaches Cooking II: Restaurant Recipes at Home James Suckling Teaches Wine Appreciation Massimo Bottura teaches Italian cooking Thomas Keller Teaches Cooking Thomas Keller Teaches Cooking Techniques II: Meats, Stocks, Sauces THOMAS KELLER TEACHES COOKING TECHNIQUES III: SEAFOOD, SOUS VIDE, AND DESSERTS Wolfgang Puck - Cooking
For $15 you'll get EVERYTHING
Aaron Franklin - Teaches Texas-Style BBQ Aaron Sorkin – Screenwriting Alice Waters - Home Cooking Annie Leibovitz - Photography Armin Van Buuren - Dance Music Billy Collins - Teaches Reading and Writing Poetry Bob Woodward - Investigative Journalism Carlos Santana Teaches The Art And Soul Of Guitar Chris Hadfield Teaches Space Exploration Christina Aguilera - Teaches Singing Dan Brown Teaches Writing Thrillers Daniel Negreanu Teaches Poker David Axelrod and Karl Rove Teach Campaign Strategy David Lynch - Teaches Creativity and Film David Mamet - Dramatic Writing Deadmau5 - Electronic Music Production Diane von Furstenberg - Building a Fashion Brand Dominique Ansel teaches french pastry fundamentals Dr. Jane Goodall Teaches Conservation Dustin Hoffman - Acting Frank Gehry - Design and Architecture Garry Kasparov - Chess Gordon Ramsay - Cooking Gordon Ramsay Teaches Cooking II: Restaurant Recipes at Home Hans Zimmer - Film Scoring Helen Mirren - Acting Herbie Hancock - Jazz Howard Schultz about leading a values-based business Itzhak Perlman teches violin James Patterson - Writing James Suckling Teaches Wine Appreciation Jane Goodall - Conservation Jimmy Chin Photography Jodie Foster teaches filmmaking Joyce Carol Oates Teaches the Art of the Short Story Judd Apatow Teaches Comedy Judy Blume Teaches Writing Ken Burns Teaches Documentary Filmmaking Kevin Spacey - Acting Malcolm Gladwell Teaches Writing Marc Jacobs - Fashion Design Margaret Atwood Teaches Creative Writing Martin Scorsese - Filmmaking Massimo Bottura teaches Italian cooking Mira Nair Teaches Independent Filmmaking Neil Gaiman Teaches the Art of Storytelling PAUL KRUGMAN TEACHES ECONOMICS AND SOCIETY Penn and Teller - Teach the Art of Magic PHIL IVEY TEACHES POKER STRATEGY Reba McEntire - Country Music Reba McEntire Teaches Country Music Ron Howard - Directing Samuel L. Jackson Teaches Acting Serena Williams - Tennis Shonda Rhimes Teaches Writing for Television Spike Lee Teaches Independent Filmmaking Stephen Curry Teaches Basketball Steve Martin - Comedy Stine teaches Writing for young Audiences Thomas Keller Teaches Cooking Thomas Keller Teaches Cooking Techniques II: Meats, Stocks, Sauces Timbaland - Teaches Producing and Beatmaking Tom Morello Teaches Electric Guitar Usher - The Art of Performance Werner Herzog Teaches Filmmaking Will Wright Teaches Game Design and Theory Wolfgang Puck - Cooking
After payment you'll get a google drive link with the selected class/es !
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2019.09.22 18:24 bookseller10 Mega eTextbooks release thread (part-17)! Find your textbooks here between $5-$25 :)

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  1. Programming Massively Parallel Processors: A Hands-on Approach, 2nd Edition: David B. Kirk & Wen-mei W. Hwu
  2. The Environmental Case Translating Values Into Policy, 4th Edition: Judith A. Layzer
  3. Organic Chemistry: Principles and Mechanisms, 2nd Edition: Joel Karty
  4. Excursions in World Music, 7th Edition: Bruno Nettl & Timothy Rommen
  5. Data Modeling and Database Design, 2nd Edition: Narayan S. Umanath & Richard W. Scamell
  6. Ethics and Professional Responsibility for Paralegals, 8th Edition: Therese A. Cannon
  7. Conducting Research in Psychology Measuring the Weight of Smoke, 5th Edition: Brett W. Pelham &, Hart C. Blanton
  8. Understanding and Managing Diversity: Readings, Cases, and Exercises, 6th Edition: Carol Harvey & M. June Allard
  9. Discrete and Combinatorial Mathematics: An Applied Introduction, 5th Edition: Ralph P. Grimaldi
  10. Writing about Writing, 3rd Edition : Elizabeth Wardle & Douglas Downs
  11. Services Marketing:People, Technology, Strategy, 8th Edition: Jochen Wirtz & Christopher Lovelock
  12. The Doctor of Nursing Practice Essentials, 3rd Edition: Mary Zaccagnini & Kathryn White
  13. Essentials of Contemporary Management, 8th Edition: Gareth Jones
  14. Fundamentals of Investments Valuation and Management, 8th Edition: Bradford Jordan &, Thomas Miller & Steve Dolvin
  15. Schaechter's Mechanisms of Microbial Disease, 5th North American Edition: N. Cary Engleberg & Terence Dermody & Victor DiRita
  16. Social Psychology, 9th Edition: Saul Kassin & Steven Fein & Hazel Rose Markus
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2019.09.11 22:02 N0tThe1ne Is It Possible For Someone Genuinely Saved To Turn/Run From God For a LONG Time? (Long Story)

This is a bit of a personal question because I'm asking for myself.
For Context/Background:
 
I'm 31. I did not grow up in church save for a brief 2 years or so where my mother and grandmother took my brother and I to a catholic church to get confirmed when we were around 12-13 because they figured getting some 'religion' into us would stop us from trying to kill each other.
 
After that, I had no other church/Christian/religious experience in my youth. Never thought about God at all, but if asked I most assuredly would have told you I was on my way to heaven because I was a 'good person' who believed in God's existence... you know, I never did anything really bad like murder, I was better than most people. Basically the generic understanding of a works based salvation that most people who ascribe to a theistic worldview would have.
 
Fast forward a few years and I'm in college. Sophomore year to be exact. There's an attractive gal in my Spanish class (isn't this how all stories begin?) who just clicks with me real well and we quickly become friends. She invites me to a worship night for a campus ministry she was a part of. Honestly it could have been a cult that worshipped liver and onions and I would have gone just because of her.... plus I already considered myself a Christian anyhow so figured there'd be nothing to worry about.
 
My previous and only exposure to 'Christians' up to this point in life was with the Catholic church...but these people were charismatics and I really thought they were strange with all the "amen!" "that's right!" and hand raising/waving.
 
As I sat there, the speaker was talking about points made by Tim Keller in a book many of you probably know, The Reason For God. At the conclusion of his message he gave the familiar altar call that you see/hear at many churches.
 
During the altar call he was referencing part of the chapter of Keller's book about Dr. Jekyl & Mr. Hide and saying things like, "If That's you, raise your hand!" Now at the time of this I was what most would call an introvert, I would never in a million years have raised my hand in a situation like this.... 1.) There were over 100 people I didn't know, 2.) I was here for a girl... what would she think? and 3.) I already considered myself a Christian when I walked into the building so what would this accomplish? None of that mattered in that moment though. I felt extreme conviction as if something/someone was telling me to raise my hand and that if I was to die that night I'd be on my way to hell.
 
I raised my hand, then he asked for everyone who raised their hand to come meet him down at the stage after it was over to talk to him. I immediately began making excuses in my head that I could not because I'd be late for my fraternity's flag football practice.... and just as quickly as the excuses popped in my head came the same conviction that it was something I had to do. So I did, and I was given a bible to take home.
 
As I was walking to my car, I felt the most calming peace I had ever felt in my life come over me. I didn't care about being late to my practice, I didn't care about anything, I felt completely relieved of all burdens. That night after getting home from practice I remember being on my knees in my apt crying to God and asking for forgiveness. I also began reading the bible for the first time in my life (believe it or not... Catholic church didn't include much bible reading at all...).
 
I could not get enough. I was super excited to read it every day. I'd go to the library and read in between classes or whenever I could. I read it at work, on lunch, etc. It was simply nourishment to my soul and I loved it. After a couple weeks of this I began another quest... to see if Christianity could satisfy my intellect, if it could jive with science and with the anti-Christian rhetoric being shoved down my throat by academia on a weekly basis. So I started researching everything from Philosophy to Biology. I amassed a bigger book collection in the next year for these 'personal' studies than I did in my entire collegiate career for scholastic purposes.
 
Eventually I became thoroughly convinced that not only did Christianity satisfy my soul but also my intellect. I became really involved in the campus ministry that I was "saved" in (if I was truly saved anyhow), ended up going on a 'mission trip', etc.
 
After a couple years with the church that was affiliated with that campus ministry I ultimately moved on to an ARP church because I wasn't buying some of the charismatic theology and had learned quite a bit about reformed theology which I wound up agreeing with.
 
Anyhow, that last bit isn't too important I suppose except for how it impacts my view regarding my current state... the fact that I struggle with believing whether or not I was ever truly saved (since I believe once saved...always saved).
 
So what happened? Well... I'm not quite sure to be honest. What I can say is that this 'fire' I once had, burned out within two years or so. By the time I graduated college I was already falling away. Not that I wanted to... it was just like watching a disaster happen and not being able to stop it.
 
As an example... prior to becoming a Christian, I was still a virgin. Not because of religious beliefs, I just wasn't pursuing that... I still felt like it would be something I'd want with my future spouse. AFTER becoming a Christian, I've had probably 10-15 partners. Once I started, I couldn't stop. I'll spare further details but basically once it started it completely killed my joy. I was devastated, and began questioning my salvation and felt further and further away from God.
 
Eventually I'd stop reading the bible entirely, stop praying entirely, and stop going to church. That's not to say that I didn't pray at all about this....because for a time I did, vehemently. I cried out to God to take this away from me, and to help me return to him. I never got that joy back And I spent the whole time fearing my impending trip to hell.
 
Here I am... many years later. I'm now a year and a half married. My wife is a professing believer, she'd be considered 'good' by worldly standards as she never did anything crazy like me. But she's also very passive about her faith and doesn't read or anything. I'm supposed to be the spiritual leader and take us to church, initiate reading & prayer time.. all that, and I just cant bring myself to it because I feel like a complete fake.
 
This brings me to the topic of what was posted in my title. Is it even possible for someone to run from God for like 10 years and truly be saved or am I someone who was clearly never saved?
 
I greatly fear passages like the parable of the seed and think I'm just the one that sprouted up real quick or something. Then there's Jesus' response when people come up to him saying, "Lord, Lord" and he says "Depart from me, I never knew you." Then there's passages in Hebrews that talk about people who were never saved... same in 1st John I believe. I think about Jacob and Esau and how I might be Esau. I think about Romans and the hardening of hearts... seeing as how mine seems to have progressively been hardened more and more through the years and now I act/feel no different than I did before I was 'saved.'
 
People I've told this story to before in the past were quick to reference things like the Prodigal son... but isn't it possible that the son who ran away and squandered everything wasn't ever 'saved' to begin with and him coming back to the father was the first time he was 'saved'?
 
Is there any evidence in scripture at all of someone who departed from God for such a long time while being saved all along? What about all the passages that talk about how you will know a Christian by their fruits? Surely if anyone looked at me they'd quickly come to the conclusion that I am NOT a Christian according to scripture's definition of one. I don't possess fruits of the spirit so how could I be? Then I think to myself... well if I'm not, idk how to become one... If I'm not elect then I'm just done right? I know Jesus is God, I know he died for sin and that apart from his work no man can be saved. But intellectual knowledge of this is not salvific. I'm just at a complete loss at this point... any feedback would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you to anyone who took the time to read all this... I know its quite a bit.
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2019.07.18 18:01 youngrichntasteless $25k/mo selling thongs.

Hey - Pat from StarterStory.com here with another interview.
Today's interview is with Brad Munro of Boomerangz Footwear, a brand that sells interchangeable flip flops.
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Hello! Who are you and what business did you start?

Hello, my name is Brad Munro and I am the founder of Boomerangz Interchangeable Thongs… or Flip-Flops or Sandals or Jandals or whatever you call them!
We have created the only thongs designed to help minimise blowouts (when the plug snaps off) and with patented interchangeable bases and straps so you can customise your colour combinations and strap styles with ease. Boomerangz Footwear also offers free replacement straps if they break, extending the life of the footwear so less pairs end up in land-fill.
We launched the interchangeable range through a crowdfunding site to see if the idea would resonate with people. We sold $10,000 worth of thongs in the first HOUR, $25,000 a week later, passed our funding goal with $36,000, received approximately $15,000 in direct orders and finished with close to $50,000 worth of sales.
Fast forward a few years and our Boomerangz Thongs are stocked in over 40 independent surf and streetwear stores around Australia plus some of Australia’s best known retail giants such as City Beach, and now Boomerangz Footwear is also available in the USA, Canada, The Caribbean, India and the U.K.
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What's your backstory and how did you come up with the idea?

Way back before we started the business, I was travelling around Europe in 2006, while the Soccer World Cup was on. My friends and I had been dying to go to one of the beer halls in Germany only to suffer from “the dreaded thong blow-out” (when the plug snaps off the strap) within metres from the front entrance where I wasn’t allowed in because wearing only one thong (or flip flop, as they are also known) wasn’t considered appropriate footwear!
My friend and I sat out the front for a while trying some MacGyver-like solutions to my problem including trying to put the strap back together with a paperclip, we borrowed a cigarette lighter and tried melting the rubber together… all to no avail… My friend ended up going in and borrowed one of our other friend’s thongs to smuggle out so I could wear them in!
A year or so later, I met my soon-to-be business partner who was telling me of a similar experience he had wherein the space of two steps, BOTH of his thongs had blown out, making him trip over and leaving him stranded barefoot and needing to buy a new pair.
We got together, discovered that a lot of the thongs on the market were all the same and decided they could use some improvement so we started the business and set about solving this common problem.
Customisable, innovative products, as well as fashion and technology all, move forward over time. But it seems the humble thong got left behind. We wanted to develop a range of summer footwear that addressed the blowout issue and also allowed the straps and bases to be interchangeable while keeping the product affordable, comfortable and fashionable for the millions of users around the world.
I had recently graduated from university with a bachelor of Industrial/Product Design and became increasingly interested in small business and entrepreneurship. Looking back now, I knew absolutely nothing! It was a very steep learning curve and one you can’t understand unless you go through it.
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Take us through the process of designing, prototyping, and manufacturing your first product.

A lot of research and development, factory sourcing, material sourcing, mold production, failures, more research, more development, etc occurred over a 1-2 year period. And by the following Summer, we had developed a range of thongs that didn’t use the normal ‘plug’ system that most other thongs use.
Our original designs used different materials to what we have now, they were a little nicer and the straps were glued to the base and reinforced with another strong bracket glued around them. But over time we found that the same problem occurred and when the straps came apart from the base, and you embarrassingly bent over to pick up your thongs to continue walking, there was no putting them back in and no fixing the broken strap.
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This was all after we’d spent countless hours on research, testing, marketing, trips to China and all sorts of time and money investments. The product was OK but it was missing something. Sales weren’t sky-rocketing and the retail game is pretty tough as it is.
We needed a product that was different, with unique selling points and did something that other thongs couldn’t do. There still seemed to be a niche here, a little gap in the market that we wanted to fill.
A lot of the first prototypes we received were terrible. Come to think of it, a lot of the first styles we released looked terrible too! There is a famous quote by the founder of LinkedIn, Reid Hoffman - If you are not embarrassed by the first version of your product, you’ve launched too late.”
I’d love to show you some…. But I’m embarrassed!
We were approached by a couple of guys, about our age at the time (30), who had very early stages of development of some thongs that had interchangeable straps. But they were experiencing (as I can understand) a lot of manufacturing issues. Their design needed a lot of work and they both worked other jobs and we agreed we’d take over their initial idea and we further developed it to be pretty close to what the product is now. We conducted a small survey to find out from ‘summer footwear wearers’ what their biggest complaint was with this type of footwear. You guessed it - breakages and blowouts.
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Next order of business, once we settled on the final design, was to file patents – our new business associates had already started this process but we needed to file a patent for the design in many countries around the world individually (as you simply can’t file a ‘world-wide’ patent). We also patented a few other similar shapes that do the same thing. Anyone who has just started this process knows how costly and time consuming it is.
We didn’t realise it at the time but as we developed the idea, we found that the interchangeability of the bases and straps is also the same thing that helps the plugs fold over and pull through instead of snapping off, helping the blowout issue – the boomerang-shaped plugs.
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Describe the process of launching the business.

The only way to see if our new development would work and that is actually a product people wanted to buy, was to try and sell it.
So we launched the new range through the crowdfunding platform website Indiegogo.com. We raised $10,000 in the first hour, $25,000 a week later, reached our goal of $30,000 and received some direct orders from retailers and finished with close to $50,000 worth of sales in about 6 weeks.
Here’s a link to your campaign.
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Astonishingly, we had confirmed that the product was something that people wanted and our customers were willing to part with their cash to get their feet in a pair of our thongs.

My crowdfunding advice

Spend a lot of time preparing your campaign to launch with a bang! Build a database of potential customers, friends, family, work colleagues, business associates, your dog walker etc and give them all the info BEFORE your campaign goes live. Tell them the date and time you’re going live and that you want to kick it off with a heap of momentum and that you’ll love them forever if they jump on and contribute. Have a special deal for early contributors (a discount for example) to get the ball rolling. Momentum breeds momentum!
You can even go so far as to have a ‘Launch Party’. Invite 20 friends over (explain to them what is happening beforehand and what your goal is), give them some free booze, launch the campaign and get around to each of them with your laptop and take their orders. If they all spend $50, you’ve got $1,000 worth of orders in the first few hours to build momentum.
Like any foray into the business world, we needed some cash to invest into the business. My two business partners and I got our parents to guarantee a loan from the bank that we split 3 ways. Thankfully we no longer have that loan as it is all paid back
but it's worth noting that we wasted a lot of money in the early days. We spent too much on pretty much everything. Sourcing, samples, materials, office space, product, shipping, advertising, “product launch” (different to crowdfunding launch party) which I'd probably not bother doing if I had my time over again. Stuff like that just doesn’t matter and we didn’t seem to have any clear direction.
After the crowdfunding campaign, it was time to get to work and manufacture the product and send out to customers as we had promised. It wasn’t easy and involved a lot of hard work but everything was going well… or so we thought…
The samples we received from the factory were excellent. Everything was on track and we wanted to get the product to our customers as soon as possible. Sadly, when we received the main shipment, we discovered that the material our thongs / flip flops were made out of was completely different to the samples we had received months earlier.
They were a much softer, cheaper, low-quality rubber that we wanted to avoid at all costs… “WTF!?!” How could this happen? We double and triple checked everything. I don’t think the factory would do this on purpose and rip us off… would they? Someone, somewhere hadn’t done their job properly and ultimately that was my responsibility.
Our newly launched product was of poor quality and wore out in no time at all. Not exactly what we planned! We contacted our suppliers who actually quite understanding about the whole thing and offered to re-make the product to our specifications. This was a huge relief but we still had a bunch of customers waiting for their pre-ordered products and Summer was just around the corner.
At the time, I didn’t realise it, but this next decision would shape our business as we continued forward, if we were even able to continue. We decided that complete transparency with our customers was the best option and it proved to be one of the best decisions that we made.
We decided to send them the crappy pairs anyway but they would also get the new pairs when they arrived a few months later. We told them all about what had happened with the failed production and to my surprise, people were very supportive. Some people even wrote to us received the crappy pairs and said they didn’t wear out that quick and there was nothing really wrong with them. They were stoked as they got double what they had ordered. Still, it wasn’t the quality of product that we had promised our customers during the crowdfunding campaign.
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Since launch, what has worked to attract and retain customers?

I’m a big believer in Marketing guru Seth’s Godin’s principles around being ‘remarkable’. Whatever you’re selling should be unique and solve a problem so people ‘remark’ about it. You need to help convey that message to your audience. But first you need to know your audience and you need to connect with them. What do they do? How do they feel? What will make their life just that little bit easier?
One of the strategies that helps us retain customers is to not only have the best product but to go above and beyond what they expect. An example of this is our “no blowout guarantee” of our thongs. This isn’t to say they will never blow out and that they are indestructible.
Due to the very nature of the product they can break over time after being exposed to the elements, but instead of that customer having to buy a new pair and throw that busted pair in the bin. We simply send them a new pair of straps, free of charge and free of postage costs.
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We then go a step above and don't put a time limit on it. Most companies will have a 6 month or 12 month warranty. If you own a pair of Boomerangz thongs and the strap breaks after 3 years, let us know and we’ll replace them for you. We then go a step above again and let the customer choose whatever colour they want. It's likely that the customer will then ‘remark’ about that to a friend and the ‘remarkable marketing’ wheel keeps turning.
The online space is so competitive now that you need a unique product or service to stand out. Amazon is an ecommerce behemoth in the US and although the uptake seems slow here in Australia to begin with, I'm sure it will continue to grow and be a powerhouse here too.
Amazon is a great example of a customer-focused business. Everything is based around the best possible experience and service for the end user. Great for customers, but the problem for large and small businesses and entrepreneurs selling other people's products is that it results in a price war.
Businesses selling the same products and hoping to make sales by lowering the price. If you have a unique, patented product you can flip this and work it to your advantage as you are the only one selling that product so there is no need to lower your prices with no competition.
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How are you doing today and what does the future look like?

The biggest challenge we face in our business is that we are a seasonal product. Sales, marketing and income is all based around the summer season or the warmer 6 months of the year. This is not to say that there is nothing to do in the colder months. Quite the opposite, which includes a lot of planning, development and production processes which means a lot of money spent and not much money coming in.
To rectify this, we have started exploring international markets sooner than we originally planned. We have managed to garner a lot of positive interest through potential international distributors due to the uniqueness of our product. It is also a timely and costly exercise but one that we deem necessary for the long-term success of our business.
Our Boomerangz thongs can currently be found in Australia, USA, Canada, The Caribbean, India, the UK and interest coming from South Africa and Japan too. The Chinese market is one we’d like to explore. It’s interesting how the world has opened up in terms of the online shopping space since we started a few years ago.
With the e-commerce space continuing to expand, it’s important for businesses like ours to consistently adapt and offer your customers something special. Consumers now have unlimited choice in products from all over the world. Ask yourself - “Why will they choose my product?”

Through starting the business, have you learned anything particularly helpful or advantageous?

I could write a book on the business mistakes I’ve made (actually I will - stay tuned).
A lot of the mistakes come from inexperience and are things you learn over time. I think it’s how you respond to and learn from mistakes and hard times that shapes who you are and your business outcome.
Most, if not all of them you can’t see coming (otherwise you’d do something to stop it, right?!).
There are times when you trust someone to do a job for you and they let you down. We experienced this when we used a ‘middle-man’ sourcing company in the early days before we knew what we were doing and we didn’t have any manufacturing contacts.. He was taking a percentage of our spend on the orders with the manufacturers, yet he was only forwarding on our emails and didn’t take responsibility of doing the actual work of quality control of the materials and the other manufacturing processes. Hence we ended up with poor quality product. It needed to be re-made and cost us a lot of money.
For me personally, in the early days I found it hard to not do everything myself. I would micro manage, or get someone to do something and then re-do it the way I wanted it done or the way I thought it should be done. Took me a bit of time to let go and trust the process. If you put the correct processes in place, you can delegate and get much more done than doing everything yourself.
Another lesson I learned (and I’m not sure where I heard this); “Nothing is as good as it seems and nothing is as bad as it seems”. Those massive wins you have that you think will propel your business into stardom?… yeah, not so much!
And those HUGE problems that will kill your business overnight? You wake up the next day and go about solving them.

What platform/tools do you use for your business?

Asana or Slack - for keeping track of tasks within projects with other outsourced workers or free-lancers. Keeps everyone accountable and in the loop with what’s going on.
Upwork - for outsourcing tasks to people who will do a better job than me.
Being able to outsource some of the work to experts in their fields helps with the operations of any small business. You don’t need to go and hire a full-time staff member to undertake a short-term project. Over the last few years, the development of business apps and marketing programs has made it easier for small businesses to know where to put their marketing dollars to get a good return on their investment.
Being able to track clicks to your website, cart abandonment and other social media engagement means you can see if something is working or not and adjust when it is necessary. Business communication apps that allow you and other members of your team to access the necessary files from anywhere in the world and communicate effectively with each other is also a must! Examples of this include; Google Docs, Asana, Slack etc.
Workflowy- It is an app I use on my phone as a highly organised ‘brain dump / to-do list’. It allows you to organise the list under headings and sub-headings and cross tasks off as you complete them (while still have them visible to refer to). As the name suggests, it is great for work-flow.
Entrepreneurs usually have so many things going on in all aspects of their business. Quite often I’ll have ideas or hear suggestions on business strategies or tasks and I will just write them down (brain dump) in the ‘workflowy’ app and then later decide if it’s worth pursuing, put them under the correct sub-heading – marketing, social media, online, distribution, production, business development etc and further develop the step by step process that needs to be undertaken to achieve that particular goal.

What have been the most influential books, podcasts, or other resources?

Books
The One Thing (Gary Keller, Jay Papasan) - Teaches you to action that one most important, mountain moving business task each day.
The 80/20 Principle (Richard Koch) - 80% of results come from 20% of the causes. Find the 20%.
Tools of Titans / Tribe of Mentors (Tim Ferriss) - Exactly what the subtitle says - “The tactics, routines and habits of billionaires, icons and world-class performers”.
Podcasts
Masters of Scale (Reid Hoffman) - Quality information and interviews about scaling your business.
How I Built This (Guy Raz - NPR) - Interviews successful well-known business owners about their journey of building the company. Remember; someone has done it before you… there are clues to be found and lessons to be learned.
Startup School (Seth Godin) - Listen and learn as Seth guides entrepreneurs through marketing and the business world.
Other resources
People - Find people that have the skills and expertise you need. Get to know them, hangout with them, interview them and learn from them.
For example:

Advice for other entrepreneurs who want to get started or are just starting out?

One thing I have learned that everyone who has an “idea” should know is; “Ideas are nothing without execution!” You can have the best idea, the best product, the best service but without the will of execution and perseverance, your idea means nothing.
And the best piece of advice is to; be Unique – Solve a problem!
If you think you can sell the same crap that everyone else is selling but with your fancy new logo attached – you’re wrong! It will fizzle out faster than you can say “but I’m the uber of my industry – aren’t I?”. Small Business and Entrepreneurship is always an up-hill battle. If you are not unique and solving a problem, you will be facing a much harder up-hill battle. You need to go deeper. Be different to your competition and above all else solve a problem.
One mistake I think a lot of first time entrepreneurs make is that they think it is a glamorous or easier lifestyle to work for yourself. Or it’s cool to get on social media and show you’re “hustling”... OK sure, so maybe get off social media and do the work.
Top Tips:
1 - Have a clear direction!
Otherwise you’ll get distracted by everything that comes along. Your direction may change but make sure you stay on track.
2 - Read, read, read! Learn, learn, learn!
It’s unlikely that you’re the first person to do whatever it is you’re doing. Your product or service might be new, but many businesses that have been before you, both within and outside of your industry have left some clues, they have a story to tell and a lesson for you to learn.
3 - Take action!
The only person that is going to make things happen for you, is you! Pick up the phone, send the email, take that flight, schedule a meeting. Whatever it takes to get you closer to your goal - do it! I think ‘Nike’ are onto something with their slogan - Just do it!

Are you looking to hire for certain positions right now?

On a large scale, we’re always on the look-out for global distribution companies. Someone with the ability to get our product out there in the mainstream marketplace with sales agents and retail connections.
On a smaller scale we’re always looking for content creators. We do this a bit with our customers who love our product. We offer them free pairs for a few happy snaps for our social media.

Where can we go to learn more?

If you have any questions or comments, drop a comment below!
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2019.07.18 18:01 youngrichntasteless $25k/mo selling thongs.

Hey - Pat from StarterStory.com here with another interview.
Today's interview is with Brad Munro of Boomerangz Footwear, a brand that sells interchangeable flip flops.
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Hello! Who are you and what business did you start?

Hello, my name is Brad Munro and I am the founder of Boomerangz Interchangeable Thongs… or Flip-Flops or Sandals or Jandals or whatever you call them!
We have created the only thongs designed to help minimise blowouts (when the plug snaps off) and with patented interchangeable bases and straps so you can customise your colour combinations and strap styles with ease. Boomerangz Footwear also offers free replacement straps if they break, extending the life of the footwear so less pairs end up in land-fill.
We launched the interchangeable range through a crowdfunding site to see if the idea would resonate with people. We sold $10,000 worth of thongs in the first HOUR, $25,000 a week later, passed our funding goal with $36,000, received approximately $15,000 in direct orders and finished with close to $50,000 worth of sales.
Fast forward a few years and our Boomerangz Thongs are stocked in over 40 independent surf and streetwear stores around Australia plus some of Australia’s best known retail giants such as City Beach, and now Boomerangz Footwear is also available in the USA, Canada, The Caribbean, India and the U.K.
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What's your backstory and how did you come up with the idea?

Way back before we started the business, I was travelling around Europe in 2006, while the Soccer World Cup was on. My friends and I had been dying to go to one of the beer halls in Germany only to suffer from “the dreaded thong blow-out” (when the plug snaps off the strap) within metres from the front entrance where I wasn’t allowed in because wearing only one thong (or flip flop, as they are also known) wasn’t considered appropriate footwear!
My friend and I sat out the front for a while trying some MacGyver-like solutions to my problem including trying to put the strap back together with a paperclip, we borrowed a cigarette lighter and tried melting the rubber together… all to no avail… My friend ended up going in and borrowed one of our other friend’s thongs to smuggle out so I could wear them in!
A year or so later, I met my soon-to-be business partner who was telling me of a similar experience he had wherein the space of two steps, BOTH of his thongs had blown out, making him trip over and leaving him stranded barefoot and needing to buy a new pair.
We got together, discovered that a lot of the thongs on the market were all the same and decided they could use some improvement so we started the business and set about solving this common problem.
Customisable, innovative products, as well as fashion and technology all, move forward over time. But it seems the humble thong got left behind. We wanted to develop a range of summer footwear that addressed the blowout issue and also allowed the straps and bases to be interchangeable while keeping the product affordable, comfortable and fashionable for the millions of users around the world.
I had recently graduated from university with a bachelor of Industrial/Product Design and became increasingly interested in small business and entrepreneurship. Looking back now, I knew absolutely nothing! It was a very steep learning curve and one you can’t understand unless you go through it.
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Take us through the process of designing, prototyping, and manufacturing your first product.

A lot of research and development, factory sourcing, material sourcing, mold production, failures, more research, more development, etc occurred over a 1-2 year period. And by the following Summer, we had developed a range of thongs that didn’t use the normal ‘plug’ system that most other thongs use.
Our original designs used different materials to what we have now, they were a little nicer and the straps were glued to the base and reinforced with another strong bracket glued around them. But over time we found that the same problem occurred and when the straps came apart from the base, and you embarrassingly bent over to pick up your thongs to continue walking, there was no putting them back in and no fixing the broken strap.
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This was all after we’d spent countless hours on research, testing, marketing, trips to China and all sorts of time and money investments. The product was OK but it was missing something. Sales weren’t sky-rocketing and the retail game is pretty tough as it is.
We needed a product that was different, with unique selling points and did something that other thongs couldn’t do. There still seemed to be a niche here, a little gap in the market that we wanted to fill.
A lot of the first prototypes we received were terrible. Come to think of it, a lot of the first styles we released looked terrible too! There is a famous quote by the founder of LinkedIn, Reid Hoffman - If you are not embarrassed by the first version of your product, you’ve launched too late.”
I’d love to show you some…. But I’m embarrassed!
We were approached by a couple of guys, about our age at the time (30), who had very early stages of development of some thongs that had interchangeable straps. But they were experiencing (as I can understand) a lot of manufacturing issues. Their design needed a lot of work and they both worked other jobs and we agreed we’d take over their initial idea and we further developed it to be pretty close to what the product is now. We conducted a small survey to find out from ‘summer footwear wearers’ what their biggest complaint was with this type of footwear. You guessed it - breakages and blowouts.
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Next order of business, once we settled on the final design, was to file patents – our new business associates had already started this process but we needed to file a patent for the design in many countries around the world individually (as you simply can’t file a ‘world-wide’ patent). We also patented a few other similar shapes that do the same thing. Anyone who has just started this process knows how costly and time consuming it is.
We didn’t realise it at the time but as we developed the idea, we found that the interchangeability of the bases and straps is also the same thing that helps the plugs fold over and pull through instead of snapping off, helping the blowout issue – the boomerang-shaped plugs.
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Describe the process of launching the business.

The only way to see if our new development would work and that is actually a product people wanted to buy, was to try and sell it.
So we launched the new range through the crowdfunding platform website Indiegogo.com. We raised $10,000 in the first hour, $25,000 a week later, reached our goal of $30,000 and received some direct orders from retailers and finished with close to $50,000 worth of sales in about 6 weeks.
Here’s a link to your campaign.
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Astonishingly, we had confirmed that the product was something that people wanted and our customers were willing to part with their cash to get their feet in a pair of our thongs.

My crowdfunding advice

Spend a lot of time preparing your campaign to launch with a bang! Build a database of potential customers, friends, family, work colleagues, business associates, your dog walker etc and give them all the info BEFORE your campaign goes live. Tell them the date and time you’re going live and that you want to kick it off with a heap of momentum and that you’ll love them forever if they jump on and contribute. Have a special deal for early contributors (a discount for example) to get the ball rolling. Momentum breeds momentum!
You can even go so far as to have a ‘Launch Party’. Invite 20 friends over (explain to them what is happening beforehand and what your goal is), give them some free booze, launch the campaign and get around to each of them with your laptop and take their orders. If they all spend $50, you’ve got $1,000 worth of orders in the first few hours to build momentum.
Like any foray into the business world, we needed some cash to invest into the business. My two business partners and I got our parents to guarantee a loan from the bank that we split 3 ways. Thankfully we no longer have that loan as it is all paid back
but it's worth noting that we wasted a lot of money in the early days. We spent too much on pretty much everything. Sourcing, samples, materials, office space, product, shipping, advertising, “product launch” (different to crowdfunding launch party) which I'd probably not bother doing if I had my time over again. Stuff like that just doesn’t matter and we didn’t seem to have any clear direction.
After the crowdfunding campaign, it was time to get to work and manufacture the product and send out to customers as we had promised. It wasn’t easy and involved a lot of hard work but everything was going well… or so we thought…
The samples we received from the factory were excellent. Everything was on track and we wanted to get the product to our customers as soon as possible. Sadly, when we received the main shipment, we discovered that the material our thongs / flip flops were made out of was completely different to the samples we had received months earlier.
They were a much softer, cheaper, low-quality rubber that we wanted to avoid at all costs… “WTF!?!” How could this happen? We double and triple checked everything. I don’t think the factory would do this on purpose and rip us off… would they? Someone, somewhere hadn’t done their job properly and ultimately that was my responsibility.
Our newly launched product was of poor quality and wore out in no time at all. Not exactly what we planned! We contacted our suppliers who actually quite understanding about the whole thing and offered to re-make the product to our specifications. This was a huge relief but we still had a bunch of customers waiting for their pre-ordered products and Summer was just around the corner.
At the time, I didn’t realise it, but this next decision would shape our business as we continued forward, if we were even able to continue. We decided that complete transparency with our customers was the best option and it proved to be one of the best decisions that we made.
We decided to send them the crappy pairs anyway but they would also get the new pairs when they arrived a few months later. We told them all about what had happened with the failed production and to my surprise, people were very supportive. Some people even wrote to us received the crappy pairs and said they didn’t wear out that quick and there was nothing really wrong with them. They were stoked as they got double what they had ordered. Still, it wasn’t the quality of product that we had promised our customers during the crowdfunding campaign.
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Since launch, what has worked to attract and retain customers?

I’m a big believer in Marketing guru Seth’s Godin’s principles around being ‘remarkable’. Whatever you’re selling should be unique and solve a problem so people ‘remark’ about it. You need to help convey that message to your audience. But first you need to know your audience and you need to connect with them. What do they do? How do they feel? What will make their life just that little bit easier?
One of the strategies that helps us retain customers is to not only have the best product but to go above and beyond what they expect. An example of this is our “no blowout guarantee” of our thongs. This isn’t to say they will never blow out and that they are indestructible.
Due to the very nature of the product they can break over time after being exposed to the elements, but instead of that customer having to buy a new pair and throw that busted pair in the bin. We simply send them a new pair of straps, free of charge and free of postage costs.
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We then go a step above and don't put a time limit on it. Most companies will have a 6 month or 12 month warranty. If you own a pair of Boomerangz thongs and the strap breaks after 3 years, let us know and we’ll replace them for you. We then go a step above again and let the customer choose whatever colour they want. It's likely that the customer will then ‘remark’ about that to a friend and the ‘remarkable marketing’ wheel keeps turning.
The online space is so competitive now that you need a unique product or service to stand out. Amazon is an ecommerce behemoth in the US and although the uptake seems slow here in Australia to begin with, I'm sure it will continue to grow and be a powerhouse here too.
Amazon is a great example of a customer-focused business. Everything is based around the best possible experience and service for the end user. Great for customers, but the problem for large and small businesses and entrepreneurs selling other people's products is that it results in a price war.
Businesses selling the same products and hoping to make sales by lowering the price. If you have a unique, patented product you can flip this and work it to your advantage as you are the only one selling that product so there is no need to lower your prices with no competition.
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How are you doing today and what does the future look like?

The biggest challenge we face in our business is that we are a seasonal product. Sales, marketing and income is all based around the summer season or the warmer 6 months of the year. This is not to say that there is nothing to do in the colder months. Quite the opposite, which includes a lot of planning, development and production processes which means a lot of money spent and not much money coming in.
To rectify this, we have started exploring international markets sooner than we originally planned. We have managed to garner a lot of positive interest through potential international distributors due to the uniqueness of our product. It is also a timely and costly exercise but one that we deem necessary for the long-term success of our business.
Our Boomerangz thongs can currently be found in Australia, USA, Canada, The Caribbean, India, the UK and interest coming from South Africa and Japan too. The Chinese market is one we’d like to explore. It’s interesting how the world has opened up in terms of the online shopping space since we started a few years ago.
With the e-commerce space continuing to expand, it’s important for businesses like ours to consistently adapt and offer your customers something special. Consumers now have unlimited choice in products from all over the world. Ask yourself - “Why will they choose my product?”

Through starting the business, have you learned anything particularly helpful or advantageous?

I could write a book on the business mistakes I’ve made (actually I will - stay tuned).
A lot of the mistakes come from inexperience and are things you learn over time. I think it’s how you respond to and learn from mistakes and hard times that shapes who you are and your business outcome.
Most, if not all of them you can’t see coming (otherwise you’d do something to stop it, right?!).
There are times when you trust someone to do a job for you and they let you down. We experienced this when we used a ‘middle-man’ sourcing company in the early days before we knew what we were doing and we didn’t have any manufacturing contacts.. He was taking a percentage of our spend on the orders with the manufacturers, yet he was only forwarding on our emails and didn’t take responsibility of doing the actual work of quality control of the materials and the other manufacturing processes. Hence we ended up with poor quality product. It needed to be re-made and cost us a lot of money.
For me personally, in the early days I found it hard to not do everything myself. I would micro manage, or get someone to do something and then re-do it the way I wanted it done or the way I thought it should be done. Took me a bit of time to let go and trust the process. If you put the correct processes in place, you can delegate and get much more done than doing everything yourself.
Another lesson I learned (and I’m not sure where I heard this); “Nothing is as good as it seems and nothing is as bad as it seems”. Those massive wins you have that you think will propel your business into stardom?… yeah, not so much!
And those HUGE problems that will kill your business overnight? You wake up the next day and go about solving them.

What platform/tools do you use for your business?

Asana or Slack - for keeping track of tasks within projects with other outsourced workers or free-lancers. Keeps everyone accountable and in the loop with what’s going on.
Upwork - for outsourcing tasks to people who will do a better job than me.
Being able to outsource some of the work to experts in their fields helps with the operations of any small business. You don’t need to go and hire a full-time staff member to undertake a short-term project. Over the last few years, the development of business apps and marketing programs has made it easier for small businesses to know where to put their marketing dollars to get a good return on their investment.
Being able to track clicks to your website, cart abandonment and other social media engagement means you can see if something is working or not and adjust when it is necessary. Business communication apps that allow you and other members of your team to access the necessary files from anywhere in the world and communicate effectively with each other is also a must! Examples of this include; Google Docs, Asana, Slack etc.
Workflowy- It is an app I use on my phone as a highly organised ‘brain dump / to-do list’. It allows you to organise the list under headings and sub-headings and cross tasks off as you complete them (while still have them visible to refer to). As the name suggests, it is great for work-flow.
Entrepreneurs usually have so many things going on in all aspects of their business. Quite often I’ll have ideas or hear suggestions on business strategies or tasks and I will just write them down (brain dump) in the ‘workflowy’ app and then later decide if it’s worth pursuing, put them under the correct sub-heading – marketing, social media, online, distribution, production, business development etc and further develop the step by step process that needs to be undertaken to achieve that particular goal.

What have been the most influential books, podcasts, or other resources?

Books
The One Thing (Gary Keller, Jay Papasan) - Teaches you to action that one most important, mountain moving business task each day.
The 80/20 Principle (Richard Koch) - 80% of results come from 20% of the causes. Find the 20%.
Tools of Titans / Tribe of Mentors (Tim Ferriss) - Exactly what the subtitle says - “The tactics, routines and habits of billionaires, icons and world-class performers”.
Podcasts
Masters of Scale (Reid Hoffman) - Quality information and interviews about scaling your business.
How I Built This (Guy Raz - NPR) - Interviews successful well-known business owners about their journey of building the company. Remember; someone has done it before you… there are clues to be found and lessons to be learned.
Startup School (Seth Godin) - Listen and learn as Seth guides entrepreneurs through marketing and the business world.
Other resources
People - Find people that have the skills and expertise you need. Get to know them, hangout with them, interview them and learn from them.
For example:

Advice for other entrepreneurs who want to get started or are just starting out?

One thing I have learned that everyone who has an “idea” should know is; “Ideas are nothing without execution!” You can have the best idea, the best product, the best service but without the will of execution and perseverance, your idea means nothing.
And the best piece of advice is to; be Unique – Solve a problem!
If you think you can sell the same crap that everyone else is selling but with your fancy new logo attached – you’re wrong! It will fizzle out faster than you can say “but I’m the uber of my industry – aren’t I?”. Small Business and Entrepreneurship is always an up-hill battle. If you are not unique and solving a problem, you will be facing a much harder up-hill battle. You need to go deeper. Be different to your competition and above all else solve a problem.
One mistake I think a lot of first time entrepreneurs make is that they think it is a glamorous or easier lifestyle to work for yourself. Or it’s cool to get on social media and show you’re “hustling”... OK sure, so maybe get off social media and do the work.
Top Tips:
1 - Have a clear direction!
Otherwise you’ll get distracted by everything that comes along. Your direction may change but make sure you stay on track.
2 - Read, read, read! Learn, learn, learn!
It’s unlikely that you’re the first person to do whatever it is you’re doing. Your product or service might be new, but many businesses that have been before you, both within and outside of your industry have left some clues, they have a story to tell and a lesson for you to learn.
3 - Take action!
The only person that is going to make things happen for you, is you! Pick up the phone, send the email, take that flight, schedule a meeting. Whatever it takes to get you closer to your goal - do it! I think ‘Nike’ are onto something with their slogan - Just do it!

Are you looking to hire for certain positions right now?

On a large scale, we’re always on the look-out for global distribution companies. Someone with the ability to get our product out there in the mainstream marketplace with sales agents and retail connections.
On a smaller scale we’re always looking for content creators. We do this a bit with our customers who love our product. We offer them free pairs for a few happy snaps for our social media.

Where can we go to learn more?

If you have any questions or comments, drop a comment below!
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2019.07.18 18:01 youngrichntasteless $25k/mo selling thongs.

Hey - Pat from StarterStory.com here with another interview.
Today's interview is with Brad Munro of Boomerangz Footwear, a brand that sells interchangeable flip flops.
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Hello! Who are you and what business did you start?

Hello, my name is Brad Munro and I am the founder of Boomerangz Interchangeable Thongs… or Flip-Flops or Sandals or Jandals or whatever you call them!
We have created the only thongs designed to help minimise blowouts (when the plug snaps off) and with patented interchangeable bases and straps so you can customise your colour combinations and strap styles with ease. Boomerangz Footwear also offers free replacement straps if they break, extending the life of the footwear so less pairs end up in land-fill.
We launched the interchangeable range through a crowdfunding site to see if the idea would resonate with people. We sold $10,000 worth of thongs in the first HOUR, $25,000 a week later, passed our funding goal with $36,000, received approximately $15,000 in direct orders and finished with close to $50,000 worth of sales.
Fast forward a few years and our Boomerangz Thongs are stocked in over 40 independent surf and streetwear stores around Australia plus some of Australia’s best known retail giants such as City Beach, and now Boomerangz Footwear is also available in the USA, Canada, The Caribbean, India and the U.K.
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What's your backstory and how did you come up with the idea?

Way back before we started the business, I was travelling around Europe in 2006, while the Soccer World Cup was on. My friends and I had been dying to go to one of the beer halls in Germany only to suffer from “the dreaded thong blow-out” (when the plug snaps off the strap) within metres from the front entrance where I wasn’t allowed in because wearing only one thong (or flip flop, as they are also known) wasn’t considered appropriate footwear!
My friend and I sat out the front for a while trying some MacGyver-like solutions to my problem including trying to put the strap back together with a paperclip, we borrowed a cigarette lighter and tried melting the rubber together… all to no avail… My friend ended up going in and borrowed one of our other friend’s thongs to smuggle out so I could wear them in!
A year or so later, I met my soon-to-be business partner who was telling me of a similar experience he had wherein the space of two steps, BOTH of his thongs had blown out, making him trip over and leaving him stranded barefoot and needing to buy a new pair.
We got together, discovered that a lot of the thongs on the market were all the same and decided they could use some improvement so we started the business and set about solving this common problem.
Customisable, innovative products, as well as fashion and technology all, move forward over time. But it seems the humble thong got left behind. We wanted to develop a range of summer footwear that addressed the blowout issue and also allowed the straps and bases to be interchangeable while keeping the product affordable, comfortable and fashionable for the millions of users around the world.
I had recently graduated from university with a bachelor of Industrial/Product Design and became increasingly interested in small business and entrepreneurship. Looking back now, I knew absolutely nothing! It was a very steep learning curve and one you can’t understand unless you go through it.
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Take us through the process of designing, prototyping, and manufacturing your first product.

A lot of research and development, factory sourcing, material sourcing, mold production, failures, more research, more development, etc occurred over a 1-2 year period. And by the following Summer, we had developed a range of thongs that didn’t use the normal ‘plug’ system that most other thongs use.
Our original designs used different materials to what we have now, they were a little nicer and the straps were glued to the base and reinforced with another strong bracket glued around them. But over time we found that the same problem occurred and when the straps came apart from the base, and you embarrassingly bent over to pick up your thongs to continue walking, there was no putting them back in and no fixing the broken strap.
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This was all after we’d spent countless hours on research, testing, marketing, trips to China and all sorts of time and money investments. The product was OK but it was missing something. Sales weren’t sky-rocketing and the retail game is pretty tough as it is.
We needed a product that was different, with unique selling points and did something that other thongs couldn’t do. There still seemed to be a niche here, a little gap in the market that we wanted to fill.
A lot of the first prototypes we received were terrible. Come to think of it, a lot of the first styles we released looked terrible too! There is a famous quote by the founder of LinkedIn, Reid Hoffman - If you are not embarrassed by the first version of your product, you’ve launched too late.”
I’d love to show you some…. But I’m embarrassed!
We were approached by a couple of guys, about our age at the time (30), who had very early stages of development of some thongs that had interchangeable straps. But they were experiencing (as I can understand) a lot of manufacturing issues. Their design needed a lot of work and they both worked other jobs and we agreed we’d take over their initial idea and we further developed it to be pretty close to what the product is now. We conducted a small survey to find out from ‘summer footwear wearers’ what their biggest complaint was with this type of footwear. You guessed it - breakages and blowouts.
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Next order of business, once we settled on the final design, was to file patents – our new business associates had already started this process but we needed to file a patent for the design in many countries around the world individually (as you simply can’t file a ‘world-wide’ patent). We also patented a few other similar shapes that do the same thing. Anyone who has just started this process knows how costly and time consuming it is.
We didn’t realise it at the time but as we developed the idea, we found that the interchangeability of the bases and straps is also the same thing that helps the plugs fold over and pull through instead of snapping off, helping the blowout issue – the boomerang-shaped plugs.
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Describe the process of launching the business.

The only way to see if our new development would work and that is actually a product people wanted to buy, was to try and sell it.
So we launched the new range through the crowdfunding platform website Indiegogo.com. We raised $10,000 in the first hour, $25,000 a week later, reached our goal of $30,000 and received some direct orders from retailers and finished with close to $50,000 worth of sales in about 6 weeks.
Here’s a link to your campaign.
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Astonishingly, we had confirmed that the product was something that people wanted and our customers were willing to part with their cash to get their feet in a pair of our thongs.

My crowdfunding advice

Spend a lot of time preparing your campaign to launch with a bang! Build a database of potential customers, friends, family, work colleagues, business associates, your dog walker etc and give them all the info BEFORE your campaign goes live. Tell them the date and time you’re going live and that you want to kick it off with a heap of momentum and that you’ll love them forever if they jump on and contribute. Have a special deal for early contributors (a discount for example) to get the ball rolling. Momentum breeds momentum!
You can even go so far as to have a ‘Launch Party’. Invite 20 friends over (explain to them what is happening beforehand and what your goal is), give them some free booze, launch the campaign and get around to each of them with your laptop and take their orders. If they all spend $50, you’ve got $1,000 worth of orders in the first few hours to build momentum.
Like any foray into the business world, we needed some cash to invest into the business. My two business partners and I got our parents to guarantee a loan from the bank that we split 3 ways. Thankfully we no longer have that loan as it is all paid back
but it's worth noting that we wasted a lot of money in the early days. We spent too much on pretty much everything. Sourcing, samples, materials, office space, product, shipping, advertising, “product launch” (different to crowdfunding launch party) which I'd probably not bother doing if I had my time over again. Stuff like that just doesn’t matter and we didn’t seem to have any clear direction.
After the crowdfunding campaign, it was time to get to work and manufacture the product and send out to customers as we had promised. It wasn’t easy and involved a lot of hard work but everything was going well… or so we thought…
The samples we received from the factory were excellent. Everything was on track and we wanted to get the product to our customers as soon as possible. Sadly, when we received the main shipment, we discovered that the material our thongs / flip flops were made out of was completely different to the samples we had received months earlier.
They were a much softer, cheaper, low-quality rubber that we wanted to avoid at all costs… “WTF!?!” How could this happen? We double and triple checked everything. I don’t think the factory would do this on purpose and rip us off… would they? Someone, somewhere hadn’t done their job properly and ultimately that was my responsibility.
Our newly launched product was of poor quality and wore out in no time at all. Not exactly what we planned! We contacted our suppliers who actually quite understanding about the whole thing and offered to re-make the product to our specifications. This was a huge relief but we still had a bunch of customers waiting for their pre-ordered products and Summer was just around the corner.
At the time, I didn’t realise it, but this next decision would shape our business as we continued forward, if we were even able to continue. We decided that complete transparency with our customers was the best option and it proved to be one of the best decisions that we made.
We decided to send them the crappy pairs anyway but they would also get the new pairs when they arrived a few months later. We told them all about what had happened with the failed production and to my surprise, people were very supportive. Some people even wrote to us received the crappy pairs and said they didn’t wear out that quick and there was nothing really wrong with them. They were stoked as they got double what they had ordered. Still, it wasn’t the quality of product that we had promised our customers during the crowdfunding campaign.
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Since launch, what has worked to attract and retain customers?

I’m a big believer in Marketing guru Seth’s Godin’s principles around being ‘remarkable’. Whatever you’re selling should be unique and solve a problem so people ‘remark’ about it. You need to help convey that message to your audience. But first you need to know your audience and you need to connect with them. What do they do? How do they feel? What will make their life just that little bit easier?
One of the strategies that helps us retain customers is to not only have the best product but to go above and beyond what they expect. An example of this is our “no blowout guarantee” of our thongs. This isn’t to say they will never blow out and that they are indestructible.
Due to the very nature of the product they can break over time after being exposed to the elements, but instead of that customer having to buy a new pair and throw that busted pair in the bin. We simply send them a new pair of straps, free of charge and free of postage costs.
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We then go a step above and don't put a time limit on it. Most companies will have a 6 month or 12 month warranty. If you own a pair of Boomerangz thongs and the strap breaks after 3 years, let us know and we’ll replace them for you. We then go a step above again and let the customer choose whatever colour they want. It's likely that the customer will then ‘remark’ about that to a friend and the ‘remarkable marketing’ wheel keeps turning.
The online space is so competitive now that you need a unique product or service to stand out. Amazon is an ecommerce behemoth in the US and although the uptake seems slow here in Australia to begin with, I'm sure it will continue to grow and be a powerhouse here too.
Amazon is a great example of a customer-focused business. Everything is based around the best possible experience and service for the end user. Great for customers, but the problem for large and small businesses and entrepreneurs selling other people's products is that it results in a price war.
Businesses selling the same products and hoping to make sales by lowering the price. If you have a unique, patented product you can flip this and work it to your advantage as you are the only one selling that product so there is no need to lower your prices with no competition.
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How are you doing today and what does the future look like?

The biggest challenge we face in our business is that we are a seasonal product. Sales, marketing and income is all based around the summer season or the warmer 6 months of the year. This is not to say that there is nothing to do in the colder months. Quite the opposite, which includes a lot of planning, development and production processes which means a lot of money spent and not much money coming in.
To rectify this, we have started exploring international markets sooner than we originally planned. We have managed to garner a lot of positive interest through potential international distributors due to the uniqueness of our product. It is also a timely and costly exercise but one that we deem necessary for the long-term success of our business.
Our Boomerangz thongs can currently be found in Australia, USA, Canada, The Caribbean, India, the UK and interest coming from South Africa and Japan too. The Chinese market is one we’d like to explore. It’s interesting how the world has opened up in terms of the online shopping space since we started a few years ago.
With the e-commerce space continuing to expand, it’s important for businesses like ours to consistently adapt and offer your customers something special. Consumers now have unlimited choice in products from all over the world. Ask yourself - “Why will they choose my product?”

Through starting the business, have you learned anything particularly helpful or advantageous?

I could write a book on the business mistakes I’ve made (actually I will - stay tuned).
A lot of the mistakes come from inexperience and are things you learn over time. I think it’s how you respond to and learn from mistakes and hard times that shapes who you are and your business outcome.
Most, if not all of them you can’t see coming (otherwise you’d do something to stop it, right?!).
There are times when you trust someone to do a job for you and they let you down. We experienced this when we used a ‘middle-man’ sourcing company in the early days before we knew what we were doing and we didn’t have any manufacturing contacts.. He was taking a percentage of our spend on the orders with the manufacturers, yet he was only forwarding on our emails and didn’t take responsibility of doing the actual work of quality control of the materials and the other manufacturing processes. Hence we ended up with poor quality product. It needed to be re-made and cost us a lot of money.
For me personally, in the early days I found it hard to not do everything myself. I would micro manage, or get someone to do something and then re-do it the way I wanted it done or the way I thought it should be done. Took me a bit of time to let go and trust the process. If you put the correct processes in place, you can delegate and get much more done than doing everything yourself.
Another lesson I learned (and I’m not sure where I heard this); “Nothing is as good as it seems and nothing is as bad as it seems”. Those massive wins you have that you think will propel your business into stardom?… yeah, not so much!
And those HUGE problems that will kill your business overnight? You wake up the next day and go about solving them.

What platform/tools do you use for your business?

Asana or Slack - for keeping track of tasks within projects with other outsourced workers or free-lancers. Keeps everyone accountable and in the loop with what’s going on.
Upwork - for outsourcing tasks to people who will do a better job than me.
Being able to outsource some of the work to experts in their fields helps with the operations of any small business. You don’t need to go and hire a full-time staff member to undertake a short-term project. Over the last few years, the development of business apps and marketing programs has made it easier for small businesses to know where to put their marketing dollars to get a good return on their investment.
Being able to track clicks to your website, cart abandonment and other social media engagement means you can see if something is working or not and adjust when it is necessary. Business communication apps that allow you and other members of your team to access the necessary files from anywhere in the world and communicate effectively with each other is also a must! Examples of this include; Google Docs, Asana, Slack etc.
Workflowy- It is an app I use on my phone as a highly organised ‘brain dump / to-do list’. It allows you to organise the list under headings and sub-headings and cross tasks off as you complete them (while still have them visible to refer to). As the name suggests, it is great for work-flow.
Entrepreneurs usually have so many things going on in all aspects of their business. Quite often I’ll have ideas or hear suggestions on business strategies or tasks and I will just write them down (brain dump) in the ‘workflowy’ app and then later decide if it’s worth pursuing, put them under the correct sub-heading – marketing, social media, online, distribution, production, business development etc and further develop the step by step process that needs to be undertaken to achieve that particular goal.

What have been the most influential books, podcasts, or other resources?

Books
The One Thing (Gary Keller, Jay Papasan) - Teaches you to action that one most important, mountain moving business task each day.
The 80/20 Principle (Richard Koch) - 80% of results come from 20% of the causes. Find the 20%.
Tools of Titans / Tribe of Mentors (Tim Ferriss) - Exactly what the subtitle says - “The tactics, routines and habits of billionaires, icons and world-class performers”.
Podcasts
Masters of Scale (Reid Hoffman) - Quality information and interviews about scaling your business.
How I Built This (Guy Raz - NPR) - Interviews successful well-known business owners about their journey of building the company. Remember; someone has done it before you… there are clues to be found and lessons to be learned.
Startup School (Seth Godin) - Listen and learn as Seth guides entrepreneurs through marketing and the business world.
Other resources
People - Find people that have the skills and expertise you need. Get to know them, hangout with them, interview them and learn from them.
For example:

Advice for other entrepreneurs who want to get started or are just starting out?

One thing I have learned that everyone who has an “idea” should know is; “Ideas are nothing without execution!” You can have the best idea, the best product, the best service but without the will of execution and perseverance, your idea means nothing.
And the best piece of advice is to; be Unique – Solve a problem!
If you think you can sell the same crap that everyone else is selling but with your fancy new logo attached – you’re wrong! It will fizzle out faster than you can say “but I’m the uber of my industry – aren’t I?”. Small Business and Entrepreneurship is always an up-hill battle. If you are not unique and solving a problem, you will be facing a much harder up-hill battle. You need to go deeper. Be different to your competition and above all else solve a problem.
One mistake I think a lot of first time entrepreneurs make is that they think it is a glamorous or easier lifestyle to work for yourself. Or it’s cool to get on social media and show you’re “hustling”... OK sure, so maybe get off social media and do the work.
Top Tips:
1 - Have a clear direction!
Otherwise you’ll get distracted by everything that comes along. Your direction may change but make sure you stay on track.
2 - Read, read, read! Learn, learn, learn!
It’s unlikely that you’re the first person to do whatever it is you’re doing. Your product or service might be new, but many businesses that have been before you, both within and outside of your industry have left some clues, they have a story to tell and a lesson for you to learn.
3 - Take action!
The only person that is going to make things happen for you, is you! Pick up the phone, send the email, take that flight, schedule a meeting. Whatever it takes to get you closer to your goal - do it! I think ‘Nike’ are onto something with their slogan - Just do it!

Are you looking to hire for certain positions right now?

On a large scale, we’re always on the look-out for global distribution companies. Someone with the ability to get our product out there in the mainstream marketplace with sales agents and retail connections.
On a smaller scale we’re always looking for content creators. We do this a bit with our customers who love our product. We offer them free pairs for a few happy snaps for our social media.

Where can we go to learn more?

If you have any questions or comments, drop a comment below!
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2019.06.20 02:18 BellKnight Question on Tim Keller's advice on dating a non-Christian

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rl8U4G4Tp3M
Pastor Tim Keller explains in this video that dating a non-Christian is not, in itself, a bad thing because the Bible says nothing about dating. However, the Bible is clear when it comes to marriage that one should not marry a non-Christian.
So, for people who find themselves in a situation where they are dating and would like to marry a non-Christian, Keller recommends going to that significant other and basically saying "Either I'm going to have to not really share you my heart when we get married, or else you're going to have to start to move to understand it." In other words, "Either you start moving towards the same belief I have, or we're probably not going to be able to move forward in this relationship."
This seems to me to be sound advice. But my question is, what does "moving towards the same belief I have" look like? Assuming you were in this same situation as above, what would or should you expect the unbelieving partner to do in that process of "moving towards the same belief I have"? Would it be for them to have daily prayer time or Bible reading time? Would it simply be for them to ask you questions about your faith? What do you all think?
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2019.01.05 02:40 partypastor Refortnite - Reformed Royale

This is a continuation of this comment. It contains spoilers and easter eggs for and from a lot of pop culture such as Game of Thrones, Lord of the Rings, Hunger Games, Star Wars, Monty Python Holy Grail, Narnia, the Office, and Avengers movies. Read at your own risk but all of the links are SFW so don't worry!
Also, obviously none of these men are killers, and none of them would act this way, its just a fun battle scene and if there is going to battle there must be death.
I remember it like it was yesterday, the Great Reformed Slaughter of 2019. Oh sure, some people call it the Reformed Royale, a fun enough sounding name, I suppose. The poets glorified it, tidied it up, and they called it the Fight of the Faithful. But those who entered the fray did not remain faithful, they turned on brothers and sisters alike. And it certainly was no fight, it was a battle, an all out war, a massacre that lasted hours. And nothing I do can wipe those memories, the smell of the blood from my mind. No amount of grape juice I drink will erase the images I had to see. No, nothing about that day was fun, and no one killed would disappear in a spray of wood, stone, guns, and grenades, they did not respawn with their gliders. When they were slain.... I can still see the bodies piling up, the blood running into the stands as people began to realize that this wasn't a sporting event, it was all out slaughter. At the start of 2019, the sun was just rising on a new year, when the first Emperor of the World, u/NWTOnly of House Reformed, First of their Name, the Unconvinced, Lord of the Presbyterians and Baptists, Khal of the great Reddit sea, Parent of Dragons, had declared a battle to determine the best "Calvinist" theologian of 2019. They had no choice but to come from far and wide to take part in this "glorious" spectacle.
The whole thing started with great fan-fair. Missional Wear was one of the major sponsors of the event. They sold overpriced T-Shirts and hats and jerseys with your favorite theologians name on the back. They had a live kickstarter with iPads out in front of their tent so you could go support it with at least $50 to get your free bronze idolbust of the winner. Chickfila ran the food side of things, there was no other choice really. They had pulled up with trucks and even set up a pop up restaurant near the stands. The smell of fried chicken was in the air. Monday Night Brewing was there serving beer to all the reformed, it was the last event they ever worked before they decided to sell the company and move to Somalia, to try and make amends, to do some good in the world, after all they witnessed on the field of battle. Finally Lagavulin provided complimentary Scotch for all the participants. Lecrae was the MC of the whole event (until even he passed out from the gore during the 2nd hour). The sound of his sweet rhymes and freestyle descriptions of the competitors echoed throughout the battle grounds. Much of that first day felt all so arbitrary. It was a warm day just outside Atlanta, for January, the sun was shining, the crowd was a low roar of excited talk, pastors came from near and far to prove their mettle. It really was a rather nice day, at first. I was sitting towards the middle of the stands, nearby I could hear u/Luo_Bo_Si talking about how he was absolutely confident that one of the local pastors would win it all.
At the opening of the melee, each theologian (some reformed, some there just to take part and redeem their own name) came out and was introduced: Timothy of House Keller, Kevin of House Deyoung, Ligon the Lion of House Duncan, Elias of House Medeiros, Nicholas of House Reid, John the Giant of House Frame, Scott of House Swain, Wayne of House Grudem, Sinclair of House Ferguson, DG of House Hart, Lewis (Louie) of House Giglio, Voddie of House Baucham, Michael of House Allen, Richard of House Gaffin, Rosaria of House Butterfield, R. Scott of House Clark, Doug the Betrayer of House Wilson, DA of House Carson, Franklin of House TrumpGraham, Ken of House Ham, Thabiti of House Anyabwile, John of House Muether, the proud Doctor John of House Macarthur and many more of the noble houses that we have not the time to name today. Those who followed the Path of Kline came wearing black robes (and it was super sketchy) and among them was the bulky Miles of House Van Pelt. Finally, entering together, came those known forever more as the Baptist Gang: David the Radical, JD of House Greear, Matthew of House Chandler, John the Pipe-Dawg of House Piper. Even simpler folk not of the noble houses came out to participate, u/tanhan27, my buddy Jack, a plethora of Lutheran and assorted Presbyterian pastors. Even still some chose to remain faceless and nameless, to participate with helmets, like the Knight of the LaughingSmiling Tree and the Knight of the Rock, named after the emblems on their shields.
Each combatant was put on the edge of the rather large battlefield and they would then head towards the middle where the bulk of the fighting would take place. Once they had walked into their places, Lecrae asked everyone to stop and close their eyes for the prayer. Silence settled over the field. You could hear the banners whip back and forth as Pastor Joe Nelms stepped up to pray,
Heavenly Father we thank you today for all Your blessings. You said, "In all things give thanks," so we wanna thank you today for these mighty theologians that you've brought before us. Thank you for the Baptists and the Lutherans Thank you for the Presbyterians, and most of all we thank you for Reformed partnering to give us the power we see before us today. Thank you for Missional Wear Performance Wear for providing these men and women with clothes to fight in. Thank you for Chickfila, Monday Night Brewing, and Lagavulin for fueling these fighters and helping bring performance and power to the field of battle. Lord I wanna thank you for my smokin' hot wife today, my two children. Lord I pray you bless the fighters and use them today. That they put on a performance worth of this great field. In Jesus Name, boogity boogity boogity, amen.
At the sound of the "Amen" a cannon boomed and the fight began.
A roar filled the field as contestants shouted and charged. Tim of House Keller could be hear just before everyone else, "For the City!" and the rest was lost in the clamor. Now we as westerners (for the most part) have been used to American football where the contact is immediate, so it felt awkward as we watched all of these men and women sprinting and shouting for such a far distance towards each other. You could occasionally pick out random snippets of shouting, "For Meredith!", "For Narnia!", "It's January and Winter is still not coming!". It seemed like that charge would last forever. And then tragedy struck as the tight jeans of Lewis the Louie of House Giglio got bunched up and he fell, and before he could get up a great glowing blue book, Systematic Theology, was thrown through his chest by John the Giant of House Frame, and he would never get up.
There was an odd moment of hesitation. I suspect no one has yet realized what this really was, and they wouldn't yet for another day or so. Everyone paused, looking down at the body until again, the shouts became roars and finally the battle began.
It's worth taking a brief moment aside to mention the other oddity that happened at the beginning of the fight. Michael of House Kruger was running and charging with everyone else he veered off and ran (Forrest Gump link, has mild profanity) from the field of battle. It was odd, seeing him give up his own right to be a scholar and run from battle. People questioned his courage, his aptitude, and his fitness to fight, teach, and lead, however they were all wrong. We now know that he was running into the city, to find Andy of House Stanley. What happened during that confrontation came out in interviews with eye witnesses all claiming Michael was hysterically shouting about a cannon. In can be reasonably assumed that Michael was not indeed shouting about a cannon, but rather the Canon of Scripture that Andy of House Stanley is attempting to unravel. After throwing Andy off of a bridge, Michael turned himself in to police custody to be stripped of his theological and academic merits.
Back at the battle things were getting interesting. Tim of House Keller was engaged in pitched battle with John of House Macarthur. John swung his might Hammer of Not Justice and Tim caught the swing with his trident and parried. Bringing his trident around for a mighty blow, John recovered and brought up his Hammer just in time to catch a trident to leg. Stumbling, John tried lifting his Hammer again but Tim brought to bear his full weight into the trident and removed one of John's arms. "Tis but a scratch!" he shouted and Tim removed his other arm. "I've had worse!" he shouted as Tim walked away looking for someone else to maim. John however limped after him and began to kick him ineffectually. "Just a flesh wound" he remarked as he began to kick at Tim, mocking him and calling him a chicken. Tim finally tore off John's injured leg and he began to hop. "what're you gonna do? Bleed on me?" he asked John and he removed John's last leg and left, with John stating "We'll call it a draw," as he died.
In the midst of all this, black cloaked Klinians has begun chanting in a circle of dark nebulous energy. You could hear whispers on the wind as their chanting got louder and louder. "Republication" It got colder and clouds began to roll in. "Republication!!" The earth began to tremor as they attempted to summon their dark lord Meredith. "REPUBLI-" Their circle was broken as an arrow emerged through the throat of Miles of House Van Pelt. The ritual was stopped before they could finish and the circle was broken and that energy has to go somewhere. The earth cracked and a river of molten earth flowed out across the field. Those Klinians who managed to escape were shot down by the archer, Nicholas of House Reid. Finding Miles. Nicholas approached to fetch his arrow and saw that Miles still had strength to speak. "You will never be a crossfit god", Miles choked out. Nicholas removed the arrow and sighed, "No resurrections this time."
Turning to other combatants, another John, John the Giant of House Frame was beginning battle with Wayne of House Grudem on the banks of the lava river.
"You turned them against me!" Wayne shouted.
"You have done that yourself." John replied.
"You will not take them from me!" moodily shouted Wayne.
"Your ESS edits have already done that." John said as he removed his cloak over his armor. "You have allowed this bad theology to twist your mind until now.... until now you have become the very thing that you swore to destroy"
"Don't lecture me John, I see through the lies of the Reformers. I do not fear a bad trinitarian theology as you do. I have brought peace, freedom, justice, and security to my new translation." Wayne said.
"Your new translation?" questioned John
"Don't make me kill you" Wayne responded**
"Wayne, my allegiance is to the church, to reformed theology!" said John
"If you're not with me, then you're my enemy" said Wayne
"Only a sinner deals in absolutes" said John "I will do what I must." and he drew his blue Book of Systematic Theology
"You will try" responded Wayne as he leapt at John drawing his own blue Systematic Theology.
They began fighting, swapping blows, their books connecting and rebounding. Occasionally getting the upper hand and then losing it. Time and time again their books clashed with hate in his heart Wayne relentlessly fought on while John brokenheartedly did what he must. So on and on they went fighting and leaping and fighting until they were standing on copies of their own books floating in the lava river.
"I have failed you Wayne" John lamented, "I have failed you.."
His eyes burning yellow, Wayne replied, "I should have known the reformed were plotting to take over"
"Wayne! ESS is not great!" John said.
"From my point of view, the Reformed are not great!" Wayne responded.
"Well then you are lost!!" John shouted!
And on and one they fought. Wayne out of hate and John out of love, back and forth their books crossed, screeching, as they floated down the lava river. And then, John leapt up onto a rock on the bank.
"It's over Wayne! I have the high ground!" John warned.
"You underestimate my power" **Wayne responded.
John shook his head, "Don't try it." and yet..... Wayne leapt across, spinning because that's a good trick and - John cut off three of his limbs on the bank of the lava.
"You were the chosen one! It was said that you would destroy bad theology, not join it! Bring balance to the ESV, not leave it in darkness!" John cried out.
"I HATE YOU" Wayne screamed as he struggled to pull himself away from the lava.
"You were my brother, Wayne. I loved you." John said as he walked away with Wayne burning up next to the lava.
Now to turn to one of our own users and his untimely death, u/tanhan27 (who in this version of reality is only sort of not really at all a pacifist). He was wearing a pair of sunglasses to combat against R. Scott's of House Clark bald hear glare. In one hand he wielded mace, and in the other a bike chain. Seeing that his head glare was proving ineffective, R. Scott called down the two she bears that he was given control over when he lost his hair. A mistake. Our dear Tanhan knows every single weakness of bears and quickly blinded them and turned them onto R. Scott who is quickly devoured by his own blind she bears. Seeing this quick turnaround of bear control, Tim of House Keller decided to talk first. He pointed out to Tanhan that the only person who could truly win, would be Tanhan and that he would have to prove it by beating the greatest person there, Tanhan himself. Seeing the true logic in this, Tanhan began grappling with himself, first a throat punch then a block! Grasp the wrist followed by a second throat punch! Absorbed the blow! Groin punch but oh wait, hip block! Elbow to the gut! Uh oh! Up to the nose! Nope! And then Tanhan, knowing that it was such an even match, used the element of Surprise. He punched himself in the groin and immediately lost control of the she bears who in turn devoured Tanhan and Tim of House Keller.
In the midst of bears and lava, Voddie of House Baucham waited patiently towards the back of the field of battle. Being one of the wisest men on the field, he sat watching and learning his opponents moves. Early in the battle he and the Knight of the Smiling Tree fought together against DA of House Carson and his mighty moose. With Voddie protecting both himself and the Knight of the Smiling Tree with his massive shield, they were easily able to counter the moose and its antlers. After the Knight struck a blow against the moose at the legs, bringing it down, Voddie was able to slay the relatively defenseless DA of House Carson. The Knight of the Smiling Tree and Voddie parted as friends so as not to kill each other yet. However, wise and friendly as Voddie was, nothing could help him when Ken of House Ham rode up on a Tyrannosaurus that he found and proved fit in the Ark alongside other animals only 2500 years ago. Voddie's shield did little against this creature who snapped him up like he was a lawyer on a toilet and ate him.
Kevin of House Deyoung saw this terrible ancient creature and immediately assumed that it's rider was a cosplayer from the hit Home Box Office show Game of Thrones. Kevin being filled with a great and terrible rage that any Christian, let alone a theologian (I use that loosely in the context of House of Ham), would watch such a horrible show. In fact, he believed that no one that watches the show would be Christian and so to battle with this beast and ride he went. He ran up the tail and onto the back of the beast, with one strike separated the riders head from the body and then drove his sword deep into the neck of that fell beast. And thus fell Ken of House Ham with his cap detated. Alone and out of the blue, not even his own head to comfort him.
Exhausted and hurt from fighting a literal dinosaur, Kevin of House Deyoung limped across the field attempting to avoid notice but Richard of House Gaffin saw him and approached him kindly. On the edge of the field they sat for a minute and shared stories of the battle so far. When their talking ran out, Kevin stood and said, "It's time." Lord Gaffin nodded his head and took a position across from Kevin. Both drew their swords, Kevin's a large broadsword capable of slaying ~dragons~dinosaurs and Richard's a shorter, straight imperial sword. It grew quiet on that side of the field as people hushed to watch. "Sweep the leg Richard" someone shouted and quickly was smacked down with "He knows kungfu not karate you KJV Donkey!". Kevin nodded to himself and ran at Richard knowing the man was older and less agile but alas, Kevin's sword was much slower and Richard found his heart with the point of his sword. But Kevin's swing was true and he again separated someones head from their shoulders. This time though, they lay there together dying, as friends.
The bees flying around the battle field had been feasting on this carnage and DG of House Hart took notice of the gruesome behavior of the bees, so he summoned a book and casually smacked one of the bees. The bees began swarming in an agitated way until they coalesced into Elias of House Medeiros. "That hurt" was all he said before launching himself, back into a cloud of bees at DG. And so they fought, DG summoning book after book to strike them down but there were more bees and they were faster and in the end, Elias stood over DG, his body swollen with stings, breathing labored, tried to summon another book but the magic just was not there and not long after, neither was life.
This brutal killing by Elias of House Medeiros got the attention of Scott of House Swain and Michael of House Allen. They looked at each other bend over at the waist from the side and touched their fists together and suddenly in place of the two men stood a towering giant, Swailen. This giant took off in long lumbering steps towards the cloud of bees and on his way accidentally kicked John of House Frame to the other side of the field and landed on the legs of Nicholas of House Reid who then promptly shot a few arrows into the body that just landed on his legs and then he propped himself up to the side out of the way. The giant thundered on and the ground shook as he charged the Lord of Bees but he stood no chance against a cloud. Sting after sting rained down on the giant until the giant was two men again and those two men were no longer breathing.
Lady Rosaria of House Butterfield had kept a steady head throughout all this insanity. She unpacked her backpack into a tent, medium sized, that was somehow bigger on the inside. Her banner with the Butter colored Housekey of House Butterfield fluttered on outside where she stood waiting to welcome anyone. A bee flew past her ear. And then another past her leg, and then another, and another, till a swarm was hovering there in front of her that slowly condensed into Elias of House Medeiros. She greeted him and invited him in for tea, and he happily walking in, knowing he could kill her after he got a spot of tea. They sipped tea and politely small talked until they finished the tea. "My lady, I think the time has come." Elias said. "I agree," Rosaria replied, "though this will not end how you think it will." Elias laughed with condescension but that laugh turned into a bloody cough and his eyes widened with realization. Poison. She smiled but her smile turned to terror when the bees began swarming again, stinging her as quick as they themselves were falling dead until all that remained in her tent as a body and a mound of dead bees.
All the while the Baptist Gang had come to a stalemate against Thabiti of House Anyabwile, Ligon the Lion of House Duncan, the mysterious Knight of the Rock, and the second of the arcane book wizards, John of House Muether. This battle lasted hours, the men fought with neither side ever getting an advantage until the injured archer, Nicholas of House Reid, took a pot shot at David the Radical, missed and hit the Knight of the Rock in the helmet and knocked it off. The battle paused when all looked upon the face of this mysterious knight. Baptists and Presbyterians that had fought each other viciously now all looked upon his face, the face of Frankie the Pope. It was so quiet you could have heard a pin drop. Ligon the Lion had just been fighting side by side with the Pope. They all turned, bearing their weapons at the Pope. Ligon was the first to speak, "In the name of the Church, you are under arrest for heresy." The Pope looked at them and said, "Are you threatening me, Master Duncan?" Ligon the Lion replied, "The Church will decide your fate." To which the Pope responded, "I am the Church". Ligon laughed and said, "Not here." The Pope took his sword and flew at them in a weird spinning dive, slaying John of House Muether before he could take a step, quickly turning on Thabiti of House Anyabwile and slaying him as well. He gathered up his ancient Vatican magics and shot lightning from his fingers at The Lion who tried standing against him but was cast across the field, dead. He turned on the Baptist Gang and shot Vatican Lightning at JD of House Greear and Matt of House Chandler slaying them instantly. Sinclair of House Ferguson heard the crackle of Vatican Lightning and knew immediately the dangers posed to the world should the Pope escape, or worse, win. He ran as fast as he could and as he ran, he shouted one thing, "FREEDOM!" David the Radical surprised to hear a presbyterian yelling about freedom instead of a ruling section and Presbytery was surprised and in that moment of hesitation Frankie the Pope struck a killing blow. The Pope was focused on John of House Piper. He grabbed John by the neck and said "Fool, no Presbyterian can kill me. Now die." That is the moment when Sinclair dove with his dagger of 95 Theses and stabbed the Pope in the foot. The Pope dropped John of House Piper and John smiled and said "I am no Presbyterian," and then he drove his sword right through his face. The weight of all of that Vatican energy crumbled and lashed out, mortally injuring Sinclair and John but both had come together to stop a great tragedy from leaving the battlefield and going back into the world.
The battle was drawing to a close and my buddy Jack was doing great. He had long-ish blonde hair and Franklin of House TrumpGraham seemed, for some reason, to have begun helping him dispatch any and all enemies, regardless of denomination. Now Jack was from the RPCUS and he had been seeking Doug of House Wilson the entire battle. When he finally found him, he and Franklin begun hitting him back and forth. He tossed his shield to Franklin who used it to hit Doug in the face. Back and forth they went until Doug was on the ground, dying. Jack looked down at Doug and said "He's my friend Doug." And Doug replied with his dying breath, "So was I."
So the pair went in search for survivors, to fight each other at the end when they encountered Nicholas of House Reid injured. Now Franklin of House Graham had no compassion and wanted to slay him outright but Jack was conflicted. Before he could make his mind up, the Knight of the Smiling Tree walked up, calling them cowards for wanting to slay an injured man and so another battle began, but this time, the unnamed Knight was far far better a fighter took down Franklin within seconds and then Jack a moment later. He turned to Nicholas of House Reid had expired.
The last man, the Greatest Reformed Theologian alive, a masked man, the Knight of the Smiling Tree, began to remove his helmet for all to see when, hearing the clamor of the final battle, one of the two blind she bears emerged from the piles of bodies and charged the great Knight breaking his neck and then quickly feasting on him. And so, that my friends, is the Great Reformed Massacre of 2019, the year we lost nearly all good theologians on a whim of a cruel emperor and the year our greatest theologian was established as a crazed blind she bear.
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