Monday, July 30, 2012

The Difference Between a Lead and a Referral

"What's the Difference to You?"

Read the statement below and let me know what you think about this subject.. 


The difference between a lead and a referral is simple…a referral exists when someone warms up a potential client for you and does and effective job of handing them off to you. A lead is more like a suggestion that may or may not ever turn into business at all.


Tell me what you think a lead is and what you think a referral is when it comes to growing your business and building a circle of influence..


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Friday, July 27, 2012

How to Determine the Correct BRA size

"Being Comfortable in Your Bra"


  • Your Bra should fit firmly...evenly around the rib cage an shouldn't ride up in the back.  The shoulder straps should be snug without digging into your shoulders.  The larger you are, the wider you straps should be.  Also, put your bra on while bending over at the waist, and make sure the cups are filled buy not brimming over.
  • Use the middle hook on the back strap.  That way if the bra stretches out or shrinks a touch (or you do), you can tighten it or loosen it to whatever is most comfortable..
  • Try on several sizes from each style, as they may vary by brand and shape.  If you are a 32B in one bra, you may be a 34A in another bar.
  • Seek help in more lingerie stores, salesperson will happily measure you and help you determine the best styles for your body type...
  • Maximize the life Spanish of your intimates by hand washing them in cold water with gentle detergent.  If you must use the washing machine, hook the bra and put it in a net bag.  
This is the correct way to buy a bra and the correct way to clean your bras.

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Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Dress Well for Your Age

"What to Consider when Dressing for Your Age"



20s: It's about personal style and adding whimsical touches you can get away with only when you're young, whether that meaning, or wearing high heels and high hemlines...

30s: More pulled together, serious looks are what your 30s are about, but you don't have to be a total square.  The trick is o experiment with fashion forward styles while maintaining a level of polish..

40s: Classic silhouettes and colors may start to dominate your wardrobe, but each piece should be full of personality.  Think interesting embellishment,feminine volume, and bursts of rich color and pattern...

50s: Refined, tasteful choices are the foundations of age appropriate dressing.  Tailoring and structure are key, as are clean lines and fuss free pieces in a simple palette...

60s: Elegance is the idea, and so timeless, traditional piece are the mainstays.  Tweed suits, trousers, and coat dresses dominate the closet.  Contrasting hues blacks, whites, and reds are the most chic...

70s: Looking dignified and distinguished is of the utmost importance and that means splurging on a little luxury.  Fabrics should be of the highest quality, and tailoring should be precise...

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Tuesday, July 24, 2012

The Organizer: Keys To Success

The Organizer: Keys To Success: "If you Practice these Things Success will Come" Never Stop Moving Forward There's always more to learn Keep teaching others...

Monday, July 23, 2012

Keys To Success

"If you Practice these Things Success will Come"



  • Never Stop Moving Forward
  • There's always more to learn
  • Keep teaching others
  • Always have a sense of emergency 
  • Lead by example, your life must be a standard
  • Harmonious Relation with your Family and Friends
  • Always Promote the Community in which you live
These are just a few ways to make sure your life and business is a success.

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Friday, July 20, 2012

Loving Your Clothes

"Why You Should Value Your Clothes"


  • Clothing can make you smile instead of wince every time you see your reflection in the mirror.
  • Clothing can make you forget about your flaws and celebrate you assets.
  • Clothing tells the world who you are and what you are capable of accomplishing.
  • Clothing can make you feel confident, and successful no matter what the situation or circumstances are. 
  • Clothing in the right shapes and cuts can make you look 10 to 20 pounds lighter.
In the spirit of trying to play by the rules and wear what you think is appropriate, or, what you "should" wear, it is really easy to end up losing yourself in a style that just isn't an authentic version of who you are.

Always be an authentic Version of YOURSELF.


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Wednesday, July 18, 2012

The Organizer: Staging Your Home for Sell

The Organizer: Staging Your Home for Sell: Increase Your Chances of Selling Your Home Quickly Clear off all your countertops in the kitchen.  Think of your home as a model ...

Staging Your Home for Sell

Increase Your Chances of Selling Your Home Quickly


  • Clear off all your countertops in the kitchen.  Think of your home as a model home that you live in.
  • Only display only a couple of decorative items or a plant.
  • Clean off the refrigerator, don't have any magnets or pictures you want to sell your home not show people your likes.  Remember, buyers want to be able to see themselves in the space. 
  • Hide the trash can in a cabinet.
  • Rearrange your furniture to open up the space.  Remove most items from bookshelves to visually expand the space.
  • Remove toys, empty flower pots, and anything that doesn't enhance your curb appeal.
  • Clean your Closets. Make them look spacious even if you hae to pack most of your clothing and store it elsewhere.
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Ways to Organize Your Laundry Area

The Question is can I Organize my own Laundry area? 
Yes, you can just take these Tips and get started.



  • Develop a system and follow it consistently.  Allow 30 days for your family to learn how your system will work.
  • Show your family how they can help.  Give everyone in the family an assignment on where their laundry should be and if it's not there then there laundry will not be done that week.
  • All your laundry should all be done in one day this will keep the water cost down in your home.
  • Make sure you have a hamper in every bedroom in your home.  This way you don't have clothes on the floor.
  • In your laundry room get 3 hampers an label them for colors, whites, and towels.  Have everyone in the household sort their laundry this way you aren't stress out because you have to do it all.  
  • Make sure you have backup laundry detergent, softener and stain remover.  When you open your last  box or container, add it to the grocery list so that it can be picked up the next time you go to the grocery store.
Being organized is a great way to keep everything in it's place.  So, if you're interested in getting organized we would love to help.  You can contact use at "www.stylebyconstantine" of follow this blog we'll be waiting to hear from you.
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Monday, July 16, 2012

The Organizer: Tips on Organizing Your Kitchen

The Organizer: Tips on Organizing Your Kitchen: Organizing Your Kitchen with These Quick & Easy Tips Remove from your kitchen counters anything that you don't use on a daily basi...

Tips on Organizing Your Kitchen

Organizing Your Kitchen with These Quick & Easy Tips

  • Remove from your kitchen counters anything that you don't use on a daily basis
  • Organize your refrigerator and freezer by grouping like items together.  Place all the beverages on the same shelf and put all leftovers together.
  • Expand kitchen space. Install a shelf under the sink.  Add racks to the inside of cabinet doors to hold plastic wrap and cleaners.  Use hooks to hold utensils.
  • Don't keep plastic containers if it's at all possible.  If you must have plastic containers for leftover then only have a few as not to clutter up your cabinets.
  • Buy step shelves which fit into your cabinets or pantry.  They'll keep cans visible and organized.  You'll find them at most home stores.
  • Keep a binder of take out menus in your kitchen.  Also keep them in your office and car to save time.
  • Keep a phone list in your kitchen of important numbers and restaurants that deliver.  Tape it inside the kitchen cabinet near your phone.
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