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Bitcoin History and Prensence

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If anyone was to tell me that a time will exist when gold would have a successor I would definitely offer my manhood for it. Interestingly enough, I started this year on a clear conscience as far as investments were concerned.

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CARE

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It’s by no doubt in this day and age that the greatest leverage you have in customer acquisition is genuinely caring about them. Keeping all variables constant, the variable we over-shadow and yet matters is care.

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Always Fight For Your Dream

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We fight because the dreams we have are dreams worth more than money. They are dreams to change the way we do business, socialise and interract with end consumers. We want to help spread the awareness through social engagement and hopefully have an impact on how brands care for their customers.

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Ditch The Old, Catch Them Young

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Gone are the days of conversional marketing, TV and Radio ads more specifically. The birth of mobile has leveled the playing field, and the best part is, mobile is still in its infancy.

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Why Dream If You Can Have It

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Just as there is a million-dollar idea, there is often billion-dollar execution, which transpires behind backyards and garages of countless start-ups. Execution is everything!

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Be The Change You Strive To See

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In order to do something, you have to want it. If you want something, you’ll endure all the struggles and pain that come with it. A change can only happen if you want to see it happen.

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The Birth Of An Idea #ishyapp

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iSHY, was conceived in the last quarter of 2015. The ideology had been the topic of discussion for over 3 months before its implementation. It only came to dawn in September.

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“Life is finite and fragile, and just because something is there for one day, it might not be there the next. Never take that for granted”

-- Thelma W. Mudheredhe