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Pat Coleman

Tell them you love them

Think about it – wouldn’t you feel warm on the inside if someone tells you that they love you? That’s how you want to make someone feel when you want to cheer them up.

Just saying “I love you” is not the only way you can do this, though. There are other ways to show your love like hugging them, buying them a gift, or a kind gesture. 


You go to eBay and add a listing for your shoes. You can either put in an ask price or have potential buyers bid for your pair of shoes. When you have a buyer, come up with a way to deliver the shoes. You will need to pay for shipping if the buyer is in a different city, so factor that into your price. The buyer will be able to make the payment via a credit or debit card, or via PayPal.

Do it like the hotels

Hotel staff folds towels such that they look clean when stacked and stored on open benches or shelves. To fold towels like that, follow these steps:

· Spread your towel out on the table or another flat surface. Fold one of the long ends towards the center of the towel, and do the same for the other side.

· Then, fold both the short ends towards the center, but ensure that you leave a gap at the point where these ends meet to allow room for just one more fold.

· For the final step, fold one end over the other. This will give you a smooth surface so you can store the towels neatly.

Do it like the hotels

Buy Custom Cases

Custom cases are an absolutely amazing idea if you want to put a personal touch on your iPhone and make it special. You can easily get custom cases these days from vendors like Dbrand. These companies will follow your exact design instructions and create phone cases suited to your liking. If you don't want to go through the hassle of getting a custom case, there are tons available on Amazon and eBay. Take your pick!


Surveys are the most popular feedback tool. The set-up process is a breeze and you can share them quickly. It mobilizes all the data for you and offers scalability. It’s like the king of feedback.


Surveys are a good starting point, but not something you should solely rely on. You need an opportunity to dive deeper into the reasons behind your customers’ responses, and for that, you’ll need other tools as well.

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