We at NRG Innovations pride ourselves for not only being enthusiast operated, but founded by car lovers and pioneers of the growing scene. Whether we’re working on one of our sponsored vehicles or even our own in house projects, we make sure to put every single product to the test so that we can consistently bring you the strongest, and highest quality products. Read More..
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==> Enjoy Beach, Breeze and Nature with La Leela’s “VIBRANT BEACH COLLECTION” and stay calm and classy! .
==> Fabric : LIGHTWEIGHT Smooth Sheer CHIFFON Fabric. Good For LIGHT TRAVEL ==> Clothing Type : Beach Cover up
==> Wash Care : FABRIC WASH CARE – DELICATE HAND WASH|LINE DRY IN SHADE|VARIATIONS ARE PART OF THE PRODUCT AND IN NO WAY TO BE TAKEN AS DEFECTS.
==> We Recommend Hand Washing Your Garments In Cold Water And Hanging Them On A Line To Dry. Some Color Bleeding May Occur During The First Few Washes. Many Customers Report That They Have No Problem Using A Machine Wash On Cold And A Dryer On Permanent Press, Also Be Aware That Excess Wax Can Be Left On The Product As A Result The Wax Is Harmless And Will Come Off After Washing.Every Piece Is Uniquely Sewn, Printed, Dyed
Every Piece Is Uniquely Sewn, Printed, Dyed.Each Piece Is Unique And Slightly Different. The Slight Difference And Uniqueness Shows That Each Piece Has Been Made Exclusively. Thus Minor Variation In Each Piece Is Its Inherent Quality.” ==> Occasion : Beach,Party, Vacations, Holidays, Casual Evening wear, Lounge wear, Theme Parties
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Dee Zee, Inc, based in Des Moines, Iowa, is celebrating over 28 years as a leading supplier of aftermarket truck accessories. Dee Zee announced their arrival with the introduction of 12 custom fit britetread or extruded aluminum running board applications at the 1977 Sema Show in Las Vegas. From that November to today, Dee Zeesâ mission is to market the highest quality truck products while satisfying the needs of their customers. Dee Zee has expanded the initial offering of 12 boards to over 120 running boards and accessories. Their product lines now boast over 80 different toolboxes, 20 tube products, 34 Mossy OakÂ® Break Up â¢ CAMO products, and 32 heavy-duty products. The various product lines account for over 2,000 total SKUâs. Click to see
It’s time to retool, rejuvenate, and reinvent your career by upping the ante with ten essential elements. We’re adding ten skills and ten capabilities that extend your effectiveness and keep you at the top of your game in 2013.Up the Ante 10+10+10Essential Element #1: Vision and Values Skill: Communication | Capability: Reinvention ReadinessBecoming the CEO of your career requires that you develop a long-term strategy that takes you forward at least three years. This means envisioning the future and possibly realigning your personal and professional goals and values. Developing a career roadmap provides you with navigation points that you review quarterly and adjust as needed along the road to fulfilling your vision. Reinvention readiness prepares you to think on your feet, keep yourself limber, adaptable, and pivot friendly.Essential Element #2: Entrepreneurship Skill: Intuition| Capability: Managing Inflection PointsWhole brain thinkers use the analytical, creative, and emotional parts of their brains. Ongoing studies support the growing notion that the mathematically gifted are better at relaying and integrating information between the cerebral hemispheres-these individuals are capable of leveraging both of their brains.Apply whole brain thinking to entrepreneurial capabilities and you increase disciplined creativity and the potential for solving complex challenges. Business today requires that we use everything at our disposal and not box ourselves in by assigning a right brain or left brain function to challenges we face.Essential Element #3: Navigation Skill: Observation | Capability: Connecting the DotsPeripheral vision means to extend your view beyond what is right in front of you, seeing the less obvious, or what is sometimes referred to as “seeing around corners”. Navigating in the new world of business requires that you develop keen observation skills that combined with stronger intuitive muscles helps you to see in new ways and connect the dots that others might miss.Essential Element #4: Responsible Risktaking Skill: Decision-Making | Capability: Managing AmbiguityDesigning accountability into your decision-making process ensures that you and your team are asking the right questions about the upstream and downstream impact of your decisions. Product innovations designed with transparency in mind incorporate end-to-end responsibility from the get-go; from who / where the product is manufactured to the labor and working conditions associated with how products are made, to the environmental impact from design to end of life.Companies who take into account the end-to-end impact on the families who use their products will positively differentiate themselves in the marketplace with consumers and workforce talent. Increasingly, professionals will seek out employers and partners who align with their values and who “walk their talk”.Essential Element #5: Disruption & Discontinuity Skill: Change Catalyst | Capability: Ability to Mobilize ChangeSelf-disruption is the new change management. It’s about disrupting before you must and ending before you’re forced to. Becoming a catalyst for change is both a skill and a mindset. In the new world of business you own the disruption of your career, while also contributing to disruptive innovation within the organization. The complacency that often comes from maintaining the status quo because “it’s the way we’ve always done it” is old world of business thinking.Essential Element #6: Experimental & Exploration Skill: Curiosity | Capability: Analyzing Big DataIsn’t curiosity something we’re born with and not necessarily a skill? Yes and no. We’re curious beings by nature-just watch children at play-but somewhere along the way we often lose our sense of curiosity, experimentation and adventure. Businesses desperately need curious people with the ability to analyze data-Big Data. Intuitive data management leverages curiosity and creativity in finding the “big story in the data”.Essential Element #7: Innovation & Invention Skill: Adaptive | Capability: Tapping the Power of EcosystemsThink of innovation as a global currency that can be spent anywhere. Your career options increase exponentially if you’re a collaborator who helps drive innovation within teams. The more adaptive you are innovating with cross-functional, global teams the more your innovation capital grows; without it you’ll have less influence and less negotiating power.Essential Element #8: Training & Transition Skill: Listening | Capability: Life Long LearningHow much listening do you actually do today? Are you so rushed that you have your response prepared before the other person has even finished their thought? In today’s fast-paced work environments we risk missing valuable information and making less sound decisions when we listen in “sound bites”. Honing your intuitive listening skills to hear what someone is saying and what they are not saying, but maybe need to be saying, allows you to listen between the lines and to ask deeper, more clarifying questions.Essential Element #9: Networking & Collaboration Skill: Storytelling | Capability: Building a Web of InfluenceSolving complex challenges requires collaboration. Storytelling and the effective use of humor builds fast rapport and trust with others, skills that will serve you well as you grow your influence through team collaborations. Tapping your web of influence extends the reach of your decision-making power, allowing you to step up and assume leadership roles with greater visibility and accountability knowing that your human net(work) is there to support you.Essential Element #10: Execution Skill: Measurements & Metrics | Capability: Getting the Job DoneGetting the job done will increase in importance in 2013 as companies are expecting to tie compensation dollars focused on key roles, functions and high performers. According to the article Pay 2013: Making a Little Go a Long Way (hat tip: Joanne Sammer), companies are planning to target increases toward those key employees who have a significant impact on company performance. The survey found that 65% of companies expect to differentiate pay levels among various employee populations. Only half of companies reported this approach in a similar 2011 survey.Make this year a great one by adding 10+10+10 to your career mix!
Nature Made TripleFlex contains glucosamine hydrochloride, chondroitin sulfate and MSM. Glucosamine may help maintain the structural integrity of joints by stimulating the production of glycosaminoglycans and proteoglycans, which are two essential building blocks of cartilage. Therefore, glucosamine is an essential component for maintaining healthy joints.* One study showed glucosamine improved knee function.* Chondroitin is a naturally occurring nutrient found in the connective tissues, which lubricate and cushion your joints. Chondroitin is thought to promote water retention in the spaces between the joints filled with synovial fluid. One meta-analysis showed a statistically significant improvement in joint function in those taking chondroitin sulfate.* MSM, or methylsulfonylmethane, is a source of inorganic sulfur for joint cartilage. Because sulfur is essential-for the formation of connective tissue, MSM has been studied for its use in promoting joint comfort.* *These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Click to see
Soft, conformable tape for more challenging applications. Same features and benefits as standard MediporeTM tape plus is has increased gentleness and higher adhesion, is more breathable, and is water-resistant. Ideal for patients with fragile or sensitive skin. Perforated rolls are easy to handle and tear, with no paper liner. Tape will not curl or stick to itself. Hypoallergenic tape is soft and breathable to reduce the risk of skin sensitivity, and has excellent cross and diagonal stretch to accommodate moderate swelling or movement. Use when repeated taping is needed, for achoring post-surgical dressings, or over areas where skin may stretch. Also is water-resistant and latex-free. Features: Soft and Conformable Increased Gentleness Higher Adhesion Highly Breathable Water-Resistant Latex-free. Click to see
Those of you who work from home would know that it’s nowhere near as easy as you thought it would be, or as everyone else thinks that it is!Being the sole person responsible for creating an income, sourcing clients, looking for support networks, juggling the kids and family is not only a huge responsibility but it can also be very scary and overwhelming! I’ve suffered anxiety on many occasions just by thinking about it.If you are not naturally an organised and disciplined person, working from home can be stressful and unrewarding. It’s easy to play on Facebook, go to lunch with a friend or lounge on the couch instead of building your business. I’d be lying if I didn’t say that I get distracted with email, Facebook or 100 other things every day, but it’s how you deal with those interruptions that will determine what you end up achieving and the success of your business.If you follow these steps you will succeed in having a successful business, avoid overwhelm and make money!Create an ‘Outcome’ ListI used to have a traditional ‘To Do’ list, but now I’ve created a 3 column ‘Outcome’ List. I make my list for a week ahead and plan what I need to have done or started for clients during that week. So the first column is the client name, the second column is the outcome ie: Jill Smith, Set Up Facebook Page. Then the third column will be broken down into tasks or activities that need to be completed to achieve the desired outcome. Activities will have time frames or deadlines attached to them.For example for Jill Smith, Create Facebook Page the activities would be 1: Open Facebook Account, 2: Set up profile and update information, 3: Request Friends (by COB Monday). 4: Accept Friend Requests and Respond to Accepted Friend Invites (COB Tuesday) etc. etc. by the end of the week Jill has a fully functioning Facebook page. By completing smaller activities in ‘chunks’ the bigger goal has been achieved at the end.Plan Your Day – Before The DayI always sit down at the end of the day or week and plan what I would like to achieve the next day from my ‘Outcome’ list. This way I start the day fresh, knowing what actions I’m going to take and can just make a start. Not knowing where to start is a sure fire way to procrastinate and do something else!Always start the day doing something you enjoy as it will be much easier to make that start then get on a roll for the rest of the day.Time for Email
This is one area that I struggled with for quite a while but if you don’t sort it out your time will fly away. If you are anything like me and obsessed with email you will not want to just check emails once a day!Being a Virtual Assistant means I need to be accessible to my clients. I can’t be missing for long periods of time and email is the main mode of communication so I needed to find a way that worked for me.I have my emails set to send and receive automatically every 5 minutes. If you are quick to hit the ‘send’ button and then realise you sent it to the wrong person or forgot to attach that document (yes I’ve done that many times!) then it gives you time to correct the mistake. It also means that emails are coming in blocks and not all over the place. If 5 minutes is too close you can set it to 10 minutes blocks, or 30 minutes. Whatever suits your needs.Set up Desktop Notification. Each time an email is received you will receive a small summary box on your computer screen showing who the email is from and the subject. You can see this in the corner of your eye while still working without actually having to stop, open Outlook and waste time. This way you don’t feel like you are missing something important as you’ll see everything that comes through. The box automatically disappears after a few seconds.When responding to email, do this in a block, so if you have to reply to say 5 emails – save them all up and do it all at the same time. Don’t constantly go back and forward between programs and what you are working on as this wastes time and disrupts your train of thought.Boundaries for OthersOther people in your life need to know the boundaries which include children knowing when it’s time to play or family members knowing when to call for a chat. I don’t answer private calls when I’m working and have let my family and friends know not to call during working hours. I have only limited time during the day and 1 or 2 calls can mean losing 1/4 of my day chatting! Just because someone calls you, and wants to talk to you it doesn’t mean that you have to be available at that time. Have an answering service and return their call at your convenience.Even if customers or clients are calling you, set aside the time to make your calls and do them all at the same time then put the phone on silent or let it go to answering machine. Don’t let the phone constantly interrupt what you are working on.Set Aside ‘Me’ TimeDon’t forget to enjoy the benefits of working from home, which is the flexibility to sometimes take a break to have lunch with a friend, get your hair done, have a massage or just go for a walk. You deserve it! Who wants to spend 24/7 in the office? When you work from home that is what you have so you need to schedule ‘Me’ time.There is nothing like leaving the work environment to open the mind, release tension and even refresh yourself and give you new ideas you didn’t have beforehand.Balance Work and HomeSet aside a space specifically for your work activities, don’t have it strewn all across the house. You need to have a ‘work’ mindset when you walk into the space and a ‘home’ mindset when you walk out of it.Set yourself work hours, like you would if you went to a traditional job but make sure it’s something that works for you and your family, after all that is one of the benefits of working from home. I’m a night owl and work best during the day when the kids are at school then late at night when they’ve gone to bed. I’ve learned that trying to work at 3:30pm just doesn’t work. The kids are home and want to be fed and watered, entertained and spoken to. They will only interrupt constantly and stress you out making a very unhappy household.Have time that is for work, and time that is for home and housework and all that other fun stuff. I have to admit though, a huge benefit of working from home is I can put the washing on before I start work, spend a few hours working then (if I don’t forget), take a break to hang it out later. But I never start cleaning the house or taking on the housework! You need to do what works for you, set a schedule and then stick to it (and remember to take breaks including lunch)Your EnvironmentYou need to feel good and unless you enjoy being in your office or wherever you work from, you will not want to be there.Make sure you have plenty of natural light and fresh air, it’s quiet, comfortable and the temperature just right.Remove anything that doesn’t need to be there, don’t accumulate clutter, kids toys, the washing etc. You won’t be able to concentrate on your business with a pile of washing screaming to be folded. They are only distractions and another reason to procrastinate.Avoid clutter and regularly spend 5-10 minutes getting your desk or area re-organised so you feel more in control, know where things are and have your tools of the trade handy.Feng Shui your environment. Check out The Prosperity Whisperer (theprosperitywhisperer dot com). Did you know that there are simple and highly effective life strategies that you can use, guaranteed to empower you to live the life that you dream of living?GratitudeBe grateful for what you have, working from home is a blessing and by having gratitude it will motivate you, after all who wants to go back to work for someone else?So now that you know all this there are no excuses. It’s not rocket science but by making small changes you can create huge benefits and you will feel fantastic!Start by creating your Outcome list and follow all these steps to create your success.