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- FunlilGirley - Best little Coffee MakerThis is a great machine. I love the ability to make different cups of coffee. My Mom bought one first and I had to have one too. I can make hot chocolate for the kids and coffee for me. I love the varieties of coffee and teas flavors. You can use the machine to help you make soup or oatmeal, heats up water in 2 minutes. Easy to clean. Makes 6, 8 or 10oz. You will not be sorry!
- BIC Cristal For Her Ball Pen, - My husband has a vagina now!So I bought these pens because as a woman I am naturally attracted to bright shiny things and items that say "for her" on the package. I accidentally left one out on the kitchen counter (because that's the only room in the house I'm comfortable in) and my husband took it to write down man things. Well after only 2 days of him using my pen We were shocked to find that his man parts were gone and he now has a vagina in it's place! He is showing some very odd symptoms like, he wants to go antiquing, panics when we are out of cappuccino and has started painting the exterior of the house pink! Our doctor has insisted he stop using the pen but my husband insists on using it to write his memoir on shiny sparkle paper with unicorn trim. Has anyone else had this problem?
- Jim Estill - Awesome Brand and Strategy bookOn my flight yesterday (and I am flying a bit much these days - 4 destinations, 8 flights, 24 hours in the air in this 2 week period), I read an awesome book on branding and strategy called "Zag - The #1 Strategy of high Performance Brands" by Marty Neumeier. I love marketing so always enjoy good books on the subject. The one thing that surprizes me is how many people do not understand the topic. And of course I love strategy.
One of the great analogies Marty uses is strategy to the game Rock, Scissors, paper. When companies are small they are like scissors - they cut small niches successfully. In time they grow and gain size and resource to become a rock and are able to break scissors. Then they grow even more and bocome paper and are able to cover the medium sized businesses like paper. And then a start up scissor company comes and cuts a niche from their business.
I like the analogy and have seen growth like this. When I started EMJ, I did small opportunities in small niches (EG French Character generators for computers). As our resources grew, we were able to do larger niches (like Apple and bar code) and as we grew even larger and combined with SYNNEX we were able to move to more mainstream products like HP, Microsoft, Lexmark etc. And I see small companies taking small pieces of business.