Hello world! The Power of Money and Perception.

Living frugal day to day as a disabled individual is a challenge. Customer service is focused on understanding, listening and showing emphathy to customers. As a customer with limited financial capabilities, Itry to remain positive when businesses perceive me as powerless and they won’t achieve any future on me. As a seller, I try to deal with each customer on a case to case basis weighing the facts, situations, or even fraudster. Yet, I believe that not until I know all the facts can I make a self assessment. Hence, it is quite conflicting to exercise your own humility towards people while outliving the challenges or perceptions I deal each day. Thus, hello world, the power of money and perception? Who wins and what is right?

8 thoughts on “Hello world! The Power of Money and Perception.

  1. Back in 1997, with little money one can set up a Web Site and try to sell things on line. This is why Ebay flourished and other sites like Amazon did very good. I remember even CDNOW was born the in a basement.

    For all the hooplas, between then and now I believe that a lot of Americans still prefer to make their shopping purchases online with Brick and Mortar stores.

    In the sense, this is why I have prevailed with ADLE International. Small and affordable shall still be my focus as it is having control on my vision.

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  2. The subject of change and adaptability is important. All I can say is that if you are not accustomed to frugality, it can be tough. But entrepreneurial, you have to do what you have to do when times get tough.

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