I just got this tweet from the Kabbalah Center in Los Angeles. I have been studying Kabbalah off and on for the past 7 years or so. It has really helped me out immensely in my life. It has added to considerable change and growth. Kabbalah can help you out too, you just have to be open to the teachings and the bigger picture.
One of the things the Kabbalah Center in Los Angeles teaches is about “being in the moment”. We all tend to lose sight of things. We get caught up in the happy times of our lives. When life throws us a curveball we tend to get detached from it. We become divorced from the bad stuff, saying it is not our fault. I may have spoken about this before, but there is a reason why I am bringing it up.
What we need to remember is that is all happening to us for a reason. We often times take our good moments for granted. When this happens, this is often times when the bad stuff comes in. It is coming to us to remind us to “live in the moment“. To not take a single thing for granted.
We should not take either the good or the bad stuff for granted at any time. Embrace it. The Kabbalah Center in Los Angeles teaches us that the bad stuff is there to help us learn and grow. Is there to help us change what needs to be changed. The good stuff is a reward for us having gone through the travesty.
“When the student is ready, the teacher will appear”.
Our teacher comes in many forms. It is not just the rabbi we speak with at the Kabbalah Center. Our teachers come to us in our daily lives. There is both light and dark. It is important to acknowledge this so we do not take any of it for granted. This is all part of living in the moment.
Remember to live in the moment and the light will shine through.
What do you do when your new startup company wants to break into an already over saturated market place and get your fair share of the market? That is the same question that the staff of EOS lip balm might have had to answer. EOS which is short for the company name Evolution Of Smooth was a small startup company who was looking to sell lip balm. The competition, if you can call it that, was huge. There was already a leader that was selling lip balm and people bought it and used it. However, Evolution Of Smooth thought their product was better and they thought they could take their fair share of the market, but, what did the customer think and what was the plan?
EOS Lip Balm Company knew they had to have a solid plan and behind the door of the secret office, a plan was starting to develop. The company knew that they could become the choice for the new generation when it came to lip balm. The other lip balm companies made an okay product, but, it was just okay, not great. EOS was a better product, made to feel less like car wax and they also worked on making EOS have some amazing and different flavors. https://www.walmart.com/ip/Eos-Sweet-Mint-Lip-Balm-0.25-oz/15136069.
EOS lip balm knew that flavor was a key ingredient. They also knew that people would like a new design for their container. Most of the items came in a tube and EOS wanted to go tubeless. A ball shape was designed and that is how EOS lip balm comes to the marketplace. The Evolution of Smooth Company started offering their product in Ulta drug stores, dollar stores and other places where some of the other lip balm were not already on sale. As a result their sales grew and they became a global leader in the market.
You can find out more in this article: https://www.fastcompany.com/3063333/the-untold-story-of-how-lip-balm-upstart-eos-outdid-chapstick
Capital Group is one of the world’s largest investment management firms. In the Summer of 2015, the Board of Directors of Capital Group named Timothy D. Armour as their new Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. Previously, Tim Armour was the Chairman of Capital Group’s management committee. He was also involved in the Capital Research and Management Company.
Tim Armour is currently based out of Los Angeles, CA. He received his bachelor’s degree in economics from Middlebury College. Amour has 34 years of investment experience with Capital Group. He stared his career with Capital as a participant in the Associates Program. He then quickly moved on to an equity investment analyst. He specialized in global telecommunications and U.S service companies. He was also an equity portfolio manager before moving on to higher management positions. Tim currently serves on many management and research committees along with his duties as chairman and CEO.
Tim is currently collaborating with other senior members of the company’s management committee to establish, communicate, and implement the Capital Group’s overall business strategy. This change in leadership was always in the works, but was solidified with the death of former Chairman Jim Rothenberg.
Armour really admired his former boss and appreciated his strong leadership style. He looks forward to collectively achieve the mission of the company and provide the best service to their clients. Capital Group has over 7600 associates and has been in business for 84 years. They have a commitment to their investors and the advisors got serve them.