If you’re a huge Avengers fan and tried to get pre-sale tickets earlier this month, you were probably met with intense frustration as all the ticket sites crashed under the pressure. It was the biggest day of any theatrical presale title ever, achieving that status in just six hours. Long digital lines, site crashes, and sold-out showings drove fans crazy. No wonder, as Fandango one-day ticket sales for End Game bested Star Wars: The Force Awakens from the top spot.
Fandango even said it was their best sales day ever in more than 19 years of business! Did you get YOUR tickets yet?
While kung fu has roots in India during the first millennium, most of its development took place in medieval China. There are many branches of kung fu that have descended over the centuries. I have always found the origins of kung fu to be very interesting, which is why I enjoy articles like this one from Health and Fitness History:
Are you a busy entrepreneur? You know the busy-ness and chaos that comes with being a business person of any kind. But are you energized by the chaos or does it run you down and sap your strength? Either way, it’s important to make sense of the chaos in order to truly succeed.
Staying organized is key. As this Forbes articles points out: “Every successful entrepreneur has goals, and the most successful entrepreneurs review their goals frequently.” Keep reading…
If you’re like many entrepreneurs, you struggle with the art of staying organized throughout the day. Studies show that you are more efficient with work when your desk is organized. Do your part to stay tidy by generating storage space, sorting mail immediately, maintaining an efficient filing system and creating a daily plan every morning.
Read on for more tips:
60-Second Guide to Organizing Your Business
Daily trading volume for bitcoin exceeded $11 billion Friday, the most observed in a 24-hour period since last year. Last April, the average price of bitcoin was $8,845, while today the crypto asset is listed for less than half the price, at $3,951. This hopeful return in volume may be a sign that investors aren’t losing interest in bitcoin despite its less-than-favorable market conditions.
Who’s excited about the new Avengers’ trailer? I certainly am. We have a spark of hope in the Marvel Cinematic Universe with the arrival of Captain Marvel who has joined the Avengers at a critical point. It comes out April 26.
If you haven’t seen it yet, check it out:
As an entrepreneur, your goal is to build a brand that delivers incredible service. But how do you back up that service and ensure your customers come back to you time and time again? First, you’ll have to come up with a guarantee that scares your competition. Then, you have to roll it out and defend it at all costs.
Lastly, measure the results to ensure you can afford it all. Learn more here in this Inc.com article:
Inc.com says there are some basic metrics that can measure how successful you’ll be. First off, when you start becoming profitable, that’s a sure sign. When you increase the number of your customers, that’s another. Other signs include an increase in:
- Satisfaction Level of Customers
- Employee Satisfaction
- Your Satisfaction
- Level of Learning and Knowledge
- How You Spend Your Time
Check out more here:
After Lonzo Ball suffered an ankle injury after colliding with James Ennis III back in January, at first glance it didn’t seem too bad. X-rays were negative but an MRI showed a sprained left ankle involving a torn ligament. Still, no surgery needed.
Doctors said he would need four to six weeks from Jan. 20 to make a full recovery. However, the pain didn’t go away and doctors found Ball also suffered a bone bruise in the ankle, further delaying his timeline. Now it’s looking like he will be out for the remainder of the season, alluding to that in this article:
Coinmama, one of the largest crypto brokerages in the world with 1.3 million users, was the victim of a security breach on February 15. As a result, 450,000 email addresses and passwords were leaked in this huge global hacking attack involving 24 websites and 747 million records.
However, no cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Ethereum and Ripple were stolen from user wallets. The security team at Coinmama continues to investigate the attack.