The Addiction Hotline is designed to help individuals who may have problems with drugs or alcohol abuse, and who are looking to find the answers if they really have a problem; help families who’s loved ones may have substance abuse problems, and get information on recovery centers specializing in a specific substance abuse; or mental health issues. The questions that you may want to ask a counselor over the phone are: Read the rest of this entry »
The VW GTI, Golf, has a pretty interesting, 40 year history, and though it isn’t as popular as it once was; it would be a major understatement for one to label it as a “used car”, as some mistakenly does. The well-known German automaker, Volkswagen, first introduced the Golf in 1974. Critics and experts alike often debate that the import’s nameplate stems from Volkswagen’s assumed tradition of titling their autos from famous “winds”; although there has never been any solid evidence to support this. The VW Golf also undertakes different names/titles according its geographical location; i.e. in Mexico it’s known as the Volkswagen Caribe, but in the United States and Canada it’s the Volkswagen Rabbit, while being entitled “Golf” elsewhere. The VW GTI was designed as a “Compact Car” to succeed the ever-popular VW Beetle, and now has a production life that spans 4 decades and 7 generations! Read the rest of this entry »
Networking, what do you think of when you hear that word?
It’s funny how that one word can evoke so many different emotions I person, yet when used properly can be one of the most useful and beneficial tools on the planet today.
How do you think companies like YouTube, Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest become worth so much money in such a short period of time?
They are valuable not because of a product, they are valuable because of their ability to build networks all over the world. Their networks have become their greatest asset!
These once little startups have once again proved the power of networks, and with today’s technology you have the same power they have! Read the rest of this entry »