5 Reasons to Kick Your Bucket List

Bucket lists are a very common concept now. We hear a lot of people wanting to do certain things or visit certain places and make a list out of them. They call this list the bucket list and spend the rest of their lives ticking off the things that they have actually managed to achieve. Social sites are full of people who use this term liberally. But here are my reasons as to why this whole concept is not as great as it poses to be.




1. Your wish list ideally changes with time and age whether you agree or not. Things that seem crazy or stupid at your teen age might seem sensible or alluring later or vice versa. Why do we have to make a list out of it? Going with the flow is always the better option. You might surprise yourself by enjoying something that you never thought you might enjoy in the first place.

2. Creating a bucket list creates an unnecessary pressure on you. It is like achieving targets.

3. If at all you share your bucket list with your friends, you are constantly questioned about it and sometimes it might irk you.

4.It lacks spontaneity and involves a lot of planning.

5. It limits your options basically. You never really get a chance to explore things outside once you decide your bucket list.

If you have a bucket list kick it out now. You have many surprises coming your way.
 

A misunderstood word called Fe(mini)sm

Recently I came across a term called 'Gender Policing' in one of the videos shared on Facebook. The video focused on how girls were always biased based on their gender. After watching the video, I understood one thing. Feminism is not what it stood for once upon a time. It is a very misunderstood term. For instance:

Why are we compared to guys all the time?
 They are not our  benchmark. They are not even our role models. They can't do things that we are capable of.

Why are we focused on proving the world that we can do what men do?
We are not designed to function that way. We are meant to be complimentary not similar. Besides the constant need to prove things is a huge burden on yourself.

Why is there so much fuss about women's rights?
We have all that we want right now right here. Why do you assume that you are under the control of men? Who should give you your right as long as you trod the path of justice and honesty.

Why is there no safety for women in the society?
It is a woman that makes a man go gaga after her skimpy dress and vulgar dance in a Bollywood movie.

It is a woman who is ready to shake a leg for songs that indirectly affect lots of regular or otherwise ordinary woman. In how many instances of crime have men pointed out movies as an inspiration for their crime against a woman? Dear Skimpy Mini Dress Actresses, Have you got no concern? No shame? No respect for womanhood?

It is because women think they are macho when they dress in rags (read as fashionable dresses which border on the edge of vulgarity) , go to a pub, smoke or speak English attending numerous parties. But do you want to be macho or do you want to be safe? A majesty of a woman does not lie in these things. It lies in her attitude towards others and life in general. It lies in her inner strength and her ability to bring relationships closer.

Dear high class fashionable socialist or feminist,

If you REALLY want our women to be safe,

Stop doing things merely for fame or money.

Stop degrading the modesty of a woman in a powerful platform like social media.

Stop projecting the wrong kind of example for young women.

Stop ignoring taunts which hurt you directly or indirectly.

Stop thinking that the world is one big competition between men and women.

Stop treating other women unfairly.

And above all, never term such atrocities as feminism.

If you really cared about the dignity of womanhood, 1. You would not complain of having kids. It is a privilege being a mother. 2. You would not think money is a priority over everything else. 3. You would learn to respect yourself for who you really are and let go of hypocrisy. 4. You would take pride in playing all the roles in a family well instead of thinking those very responsibilities are your shackles.5. You would take pride in the fact that you can manage a family as well as an office well.

And finally realize that you are answerable to yourself and all others who look up to you. Womanhood comes with a lot of responsibilities. One who accepts it and carries it out gracefully is a pride and joy to all.

Feminism is a movement that emphasizes that every woman should know her own worth. It is not a fancy word to be used liberally for things that are materialistic and shallow. It is not a concept. It is a way of life.

Badagas

Badagas are inspirational and zealous people who have made their home amidst the ooty hills. Their tradition and culture is very unique. They enjoy full cultural freedom and excitement in terms of the various festivities,food,dance and music. There are occasion-based foods, daily foods and seasonal foods.They are nature lovers and most of their customs are nature oriented which means they live healthy. Food especially is prepared with a lot of ardor and care. Though a minority group they are well known for their culture. They are farmers by occupation, their main cultivation being coffee and tea. They also produce carrots,cabbages,radishes,potatoes and strawberry. They export tea and strawberry. Their weddings are simple and elegant. 



Backbone of the badagas:
Cultural integrity
Agriculture
Hospitality
Unity





Village Structure


There are nearly 350 villages. These villages are broadly divided into four partitions (naakubetta) based on the marital arrangements. As per the ancestral laws of the land, no two people can marry within the same partition as they are considered as brothers and sisters. There is one common head for all these four partitions.
Every village has a head (gowda). Under him is an executive committee. Together they take care of the village internal and external affairs. They manage their financial matters by collecting equal amount of tax from the villagers for every village related events. Their decisions are always taken based on the greater good of the village. Everyone is expected to respect and honor the final decision of the committee.

The houses are compact with open space in front of their houses. Each house has a drawing room, hall, kitchen, puja room and a small attic connected to the ground floor by a wooden ladder. Every house normally has an extended structure in the front for seating visitors and a wooden granary for storing grains. This is in the shape of a rectangle and sometimes it is used as a cot too. The house is equipped with permanently fixed mortar and pestle and grinding stones separately for dry and wet grinding.



Festivals


The annual godly festival (mariabba& hethaiabba) is very important as this festival is meant especially for their beloved daughters. This is a chance for the parents to see and honor their daughters who are married and are located elsewhere. When the daughter enjoys the festivity and leaves for her in-laws home which is now hers too, the parents send her back with all the home made goodies, a new sari and some money. It is a tradition that has been handed down for many generations.
This habba is an unspoken testimony for the bonds that run deep within the community. Strangers and relatives are treated alike with respect and love. Being a daughter born into a huge family, this festival is very close to my heart. As I see my parents that day every year awaiting my arrival along with my family, I know what it is to be special. May the great Mariamma bless all of us for a clear mind and a open heart and many more such happy occasions.


Food and Dress


The dress code:
All the women wear white cloth(mundu) over their saris and all the men are expected to wear crisp white shirts and dhotis on important occasions or visits to the temple. It is a sight to behold as the entire village turns into a sea of white.

Delicacy:

A variety of delicacies are prepared during festivals, the main item being thuppathitu (something like puri but sweet and yummy). In the vegetarian dishes, beans curry holds a special place. In the non-veg section chicken is consumed vastly.



UNESCO has acknowledged that Badagas are the best people known for their hospitality.

 Dance



This is an integral part of all the festivals. Youngsters and elders all shake a leg to the traditional drum beat. The teenagers are the most excited lot willing to show off their traditional dance with a new twist. It is a miracle that even a baby can dance to the beat and tune just by observing the crowd and without anybody actually teaching him or her.



Ittu Ceremony


For the first pregnancy during the seventh month the bride's family goes to the bridegrooms house with their close relatives. There they prepare a feast for groom's family as a gesture of good relations between both families. And then they take the bride to the maternal home for the delivery. After nearly one month, all the relatives of the bride and groom come to the bride's maternal house to prepare a veg or non-veg feast for the new mother-to-be. This is done as a good will initiative.

16 things you would know if you lived in an apartment

1. You do not know the name of at least one neighbor.

2. If you belong to A block, you think A block is the entire apartment. You do not even know how the other blocks are structured.

3. You enjoy your house but worry about the next monthly loan installment.

4. There is at least one neighbor who loves watching TV serials at high volumes.

5. You have no time to service your own things. 

6. An apartment without a lift puts you off.

7. You think you are in good terms  with your neighbors if you attend the yearly annual party.

8. There are families you don't even know sharing your building.

9. You try to get along with the people from the same work sector or related industry.

10. If it was a choice between an afternoon movie and a neighborhood get-together you would always lean towards the movie.

11. There are huge play areas but very few children actually playing outdoors.

12. If the servant maid does not turn up for a day, the whole house is in chaos.

13. There is at least one pet lover in your area who will have a dog within your apartment premises.

14. You suddenly realize the importance of water very clearly.

15. You will have lots of neighbors but very few friends if at all there are any.

16. Your house is filled with gadgets.

Indian States and Capitals - Test Yourself

India is a country with a population of 2 billion people. It is the largest democracy in the world. It 

is divided into 29 states and 7 union territories. Two union territories have their own 

government while the remaining five are directly ruled by the administrators’ of the center. Each 

state is divided based n linguistic basis. The people within the state use only ne language in 

majority. This was an arrangement made under the States Reorganization Act in 1956. Each 

state is further divided into administrative districts. Each state has its own unique culture and 

social aspects that even within the same country there is a lot f cultural diversity.

There are three capitals for every state.

1. The administrative capital is where the executive offices are located.
2. The legislative capital is where the state assembly convenes.
3. The judicial capital is where the high courts of India are located.

The administrative capital is the main capital of the state.

Statistics about the Indian States

Rajasthan is the largest state in India in terms of area.

In terms of population, Uttar Pradesh is the largest.

The state which hosts a large forest area is Madhya Pradesh.

The state with the longest cast line is Gujarat. In the south it is Andhra.

Smallest state in terms of area is Goa.

Smallest state in terms of population is Sikkim.

The Tropic of Cancer passes through eight states.

Uttar Pradesh is the only state which states its border with eight other states.


Capitals

•             The capital of Andhra is
                 A. Port Blair
                 B. Itanagar
                 C. Hyderabad

•             The capital of Arunachal Pradesh is
                 A. Sikkhim
                 B. Itanagar
                 C. Guwahati

•             The capital of Assam is
                 A. Dispur
                 B. Raipur
                 C. Guwahati

•             Which is the capital of Bihar?
                 A. Silvassa
                 B. Patna
                 C. Panipat

•             Which is the capital of Chhattisgarh?
                 A. Chandigarh
                 B. Port Blair
                 C. Raipur

•             Which is the capital of Goa?
                 A. Panaji
                 B. Hyderabad
                 C. Mumbai

•             The capital of Gujarat is
                 A. Prvrim
                 B. Panjim
                 C. Gandhinagar

•             The capital of Haryana is
                 A. Chandigar
                 B. Gandhinagar
                 C. Srinagar

•             Which is the capital of HP?
                 A. Manali
                 B. Shimla
                 C. Kashmir

•             The capital of J&K is
                 A. BharatNagar
                 B. Bilaspur
                 C. Srinagar

•             The capital of Jharkhand is
                 A. Kochi
                 B. Ranchi
                 C. Shimla

•             Which is the capital of Karnataka?
                 A. Bengaluru
                 B. Chikpet
                 C. Kochi

•             Which is the capital of Kerala?
                 A. Kochi
                 B. Kumarakom
                 C. Thiruvananthapuram

•             The capital of MP is
                 A. Jabalpur
                 B. Bhpal
                 C. Sikkhim

•             Which is the capital of Maharashtra?
                 A. Mumbai
                 B. Calcutta
                 C. Delhi

•             The capital of Manipur is
                 A. Shillong
                 B. Imphal
                 C. Megalaya

•             The capital of Meghalaya is
                 A. Shillong
                 B. Imphal
                 C. Itanagar

•             The capital of Mizoram is
                 A. Shillong
                 B. Aizawal
                 C. Dispur

•             Which of this is the capital of Nagaland?
                 A. Aizawal
                 B. Imphal
                 C. Kohima

•             Which is the capital of Odisha?
                 A. Cuttack
                 B. Bhubaneshwar
                 C. Gandhinagar

•             The capital of Punjab is
                 A. Udaipur
                 B. Raipur
                 C. Chandigarh

•             The capital of Rajasthan is
                 A. Jodhpur
                 B. Jaipur
                 C. Manipur

•             Which is the capital of Sikkim?
                 A. Shimla
                 B. Cuttack
                 C. Gangtok

•             The capital of Tamil nadu is
                 A. Chennai
                 B. Mumbai
                 C. Bengaluru

•             Which is the capital of Telangana?
                 A. Kochi
                 B. Hyderabad
                 C. Chennai

•             The capital of Tripura is
                 A. Agartala
                 B. Aizawal
                 C. Ahmedabad

•             The capital of UP is
                 A. Allahabad
                 B. Lucknow
                 C. Kanchi

•             The capital of Uttarakhand is
                 A. Nainital
                 B. Dehradun
                 C. Lucknow

•             The capital of West Bengal is
                 A. Delhi
                 B. Mumbai
                 C. Kolkata



20 Ways to recognize an IT person

1. They work light on Friday.

2. They plan their additional leave on a Friday or Monday.



3. They are obsessed with branded clothes and shoes.
    
4. The three top computer keys they use are copy,paste and undo.


5. They love going to beach resorts in the expense of the company.

6. They talk in English in a public place. 

7. They think onsite travel is their birthright.

8. They have new respect for onsite returnees.

9. They have a passport even if they cannot travel for the next ten years.

10. They think cine screens in shopping malls are actual theaters.

11. They have numerous cards in their pockets most of which are membership cards from Pantaloons or lifestyle.

12. They update every status on Facebook (Watching Holiday or Went on a holiday)

13. They take their public image very seriously and talk of important things when someone else is listening. (Hey dude, did you see Suarez bite the other guy?)

14. They think waiting for a lift is wasting their time while they spend one hour over a cup of coffee in the canteen.



15. They revolve around meetings ,appraisal, boss, deadlines and escalations. 

16. They love the word 'party'.

17. They work in a team but do not know how many siblings a team mate has.

18. They think getting a latest Iphone is easier than getting their leaves approved from their boss.

19. They hate Mondays.

20. They love lunch treats from other team mates.

Micro - Book Review

Micro is a techno-thriller started by Michael Crichton, who is the king of adventure novels. The theme in most of his novels is about nature versus technology. His Jurassic Park is a master-piece thriller. This book was unfortunately not finished by Crichton. He died before he could finish it in 2008. Science writer Richard Preston was selected to complete the noel and I must say, he was aptly selected. The book was published posthumously in 20011 three years after the death of Crichton.
Micro-Book Review
The story revolves around seven scientists who specialize in various fields of research. These students have high aspirations for their careers and look forward to the work at Nanigen, the leading company in scientific research. They are invited to the head quarters at Hawaii where they are to be briefed about their future prospects with the company. All goes well, till one of the student suspects the chief of the company of murdering his brother. To stop the truth from leaking outside, the chief shrinks all the seven students and makes them part of a micro world where they have absolutely no chance of survival. The seven are initially shocked. The micro world offers them numerous wonders which enchants them for a while. But when survival is questioned, who would be interested in other things? As the students race against time and nature, their survival is not their only challenge. They have to prove that the chief is a crook and a murderer and find the real reason for the murder that has already happened.
The book offers a plethora of information about the micro world including insects and the law of nature. As the story progresses it is so engrossing and mystifying which encourages one to finish the book as soon as possible. It is a good read if you are accustomed to the style of Crichton and are interested in science and the world around you.

Father of the Bride Movie

Father of the bride movie review
Father of the Bride is an American comedy based on the beautiful relationship between fathers and daughters. Steve Martin and Diane Keaton play the parents while Kimberly Williams plays the much loved daughter in the movie. I have a long list of favorite movies which released in the 90s but I wanted to write about this movie in particular. It holds a special place in my heart because it reminds me of my own closeness with my dad. Sometimes we think movies are far different from reality but in rare occasions it helps us understand the intricate beauty of relationships.
There is this beautiful family of four that George and Nina (Steve and Diane) are content with, until their daughter Annie falls in love with an amazing guy. She is convinced that he is the one for her. She meets him in Rome and wants to introduce him to her family. When she breaks the news to her parents, Nina is surprised while George is plain shocked. He refuses to acknowledge what is happening and still treats his daughter as if she is a child. He cannot believe that his daughter wants to get married and leave him. While Nina plays the understanding and mature mother, George is the one who captures our heart with his immaturity and a deep love for his daughter. He plays his part perfectly as the over-protective father who wants to chase any man daring to challenge him and capture his daughter’s attention. He indulges in all sorts of silliness till finally he understands that someday he has to let her go so that she can make her life beautiful with someone who loves her unconditionally as her own father. Nina as the confident wife shoulders the responsibility of balancing the crazy father and the frustrated daughter who cannot understand how such a great father could be so stubborn.
There are many moments in the movie that are endearing. Though the main plot is the conflict of interest between the father and the daughter, the relationships between a husband and wife, a brother and a sister and between two lovers are beautifully sketched. The back ground score is very soothing and awesome. The movie is such a huge break from the regular commercial movies as you can enjoy it with your family. Needless to say, I cry every time during the last part of the movie. I watched it once with my dad after pestering him so much to see it with me. By the end, I’m sure he was in tears but of course he pretended that he was alright ( though his nostrils kept flaring to hide his tears). This movie is very special for every daughter who has a deep bond with her father. It reminds you though everything in life does not happen the way you always want, there is one special person whom you can always count on.

Dr APJ Abdul Kalam

Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam is a well known scientist and administrator of India. He served as the eleventh president from 2002 to 2007. He was a man with a vision and a great knowledge. He understood the power of youth and influenced them to do their share for the upliftment of the society. His speeches are motivating and his writings are incredible. Though he did not have any sound background he is the right example who proved that will and ability to achieve matter more than a affluent background. Even today when he no longer rules the nation, he is the role model for every youngster who wants his life to be meaningful. 

Early Life
 
Kalam was born in the coastal town of Rameswaram. His father was a fisherman and his mother was a housewife. His parents were Tamil Muslims. Since his family was poor, Kalam had to work early in life to supplement the family income. He used to deliver newspapers early in the morning to earn money. His elementary education was in his hometown Later he did his studies in Trichy where he graduated in physics and then joined MIT for a degree in aerospace engineering. Even form a young age he was honest and hardworking, the very qualities that would catapult him in life.He wanted to become a pilot with the Indian Air force but he could not pass the examination.

After Graduation 

After his graduation from MIT, his skills were absorbed in Defence Research organization (DRDO) where his job was to design helicopters for the army. But he was not happy with his job there. Later he moved to the Indian Space research Organisation (ISRO) where his life would change forever. He had the opportunity to work under the famed space scientist Vikram Sarabhai. Kalam was part of the first SLV that was launched from India. He fell in love with the concept of rockets. He expanded the scope of ISRO and provided employment to a lot of budding engineers. He was the key person of the advanced missile program and developed the missiles like Agni and Prithvi. Today he is the nation’s top nuclear scientist.

First Leader 

Kalam was fondly known as the people’s president. He won the presidential elections in 2002. He was the first bachelor to occupy Rashtrapathi Bhavan. He won his opponent by a large margin. His term was peppered with moderate successes in governance and criticisms to a certain extent. He wanted justice as a whole for the nation and delayed to act on mercy plea submitted by criminals. he was one of those rare leaders who was genuinely concerned about his people. After his term, there was much speculation about Kalam wanting to contest a second term for presidency but reports later confirmed that he was not ready for a second term. The political atmosphere at that time was not conducive for Kalam. He is the third president who has received the country’s highest honor, the Bharat Ratna award.


Published works 

Kalam has published a lot of works in English and Tamil. Most of his works are around nuclear science. Famous books written by him are India 2020 (which talks about his vision of the youth of India by the year 2020 and Ignited minds. Wings of Fire is an autobiography done on Kalam which captures every important event in his life. There have been several biographies done on the life and work of Kalam. In addition to this, Kalam’s life has been captured as a documentary too.

Well Deserved Honors 

Apart from receiving all the highest honors of the Government of India, Kalam has been awarded the many awards from around the world.

He has received honorary doctorate from 40 universities.Some of them are:

Nanyang University, Singapore
University of Wolverhampton, UK
Oakland University
University of Waterloo
Simon Fraser University

Medals:

Hoover Medal (USA)
King Charles II Medal (UK)

As he closely associates himself with youngsters motivating and guiding them, his 79th birthday has been announced by UNESCO as the World Students Day.


A true role model 

Abdul Kalam was a man of integrity who knew the value of hard work even from an young age. His status did not deter him from achieving what he wanted. His failures translated into success so huge that nobody remembered his failures anymore. He was grounded and simple. His intentions were true and good and he was not afraid to voice his concerns. He fought against corruption at various levels through the support of youth. Had he wanted to become the president a second time, he surely would have been. He had that kind momentum going for him. He was a man of simple interests. He loved playing the veena and enjoyed writing in Tamil, his mother tongue. He is one of those persons who remembers his origin no matter how high life takes him. India is honored to have seen a leader like him who had the courage to stand for what he truly believed in.Bottom of Form

How to open a clothing boutique

Starting a business is a huge decision and it involves a lot of complexities. The major factor that decides this is the opportunity. Next is the capital. The beauty of small businesses is that though it can appear small, it can actually give great returns. But before reaping the gains there are a lot of preparations to be done. Before getting into a venture, ask yourself why do you want to start a business. You need to have a strong motivating factor other than money. Profits are the products of your interests and efforts. You need to have a strong reason for opting the small business route. Once you identify the reason, the rest can be sketched out gradually.
The first and foremost step is to create an original business plan. A clothing business is in fact huge as there are many combinations in terms of clothes, colors, labels, price and desirability. You need to be sure which sector of clothing interests you. A boutique essentially means a store that specializes in a particular style of clothing. So these are the factors you must consider while drawing up the plan.

Business Plan: 
1. The vision and mission of the business:
The vision talks about long term goals of the business while the mission answers the question ?why do we do this business?'

2. The executive summary:
This gives the exhaustive details of the business. It answers all the general questions of why, what, how and when of the start up

3. The financial outlay:
This is the part where you have to work out the initial capital, working capital, start-up cost, maintenance costs and costs that are generally expected. The financial outlay will be continuously altered as you get the ground reality of your project.

4. Marketing plan:
This section discusses in detail about your customers. Who are we catering to? What are their needs? How does my shop fill their needs?

5. Operation details:
What is the operation plan of your business? Who is going to manage it? How to manage it?

6. Stakeholders:
Who are the interested party in the business and how will this impact you? What are your commitments?

7. Growth plans:
You should decide about your tentative growth plan. This is not a fixed column because your plans are based on guess work. In five years my turn over will be this much. Yet your guess should be calculated and reasonable instead of random. You also have to chart out your SWOT analysis (Strength, weakness, opportunities and threats) and act on them.

8. Competitor Analysis:
It is very important to evaluate competitors in the same line of the business as they will directly eat into your profits. Try to study them carefully and come up with unique ideas that might lessen the competition.
Theme:

Before starting on the interior work, you must decide on a theme for your clothing store. For example, if your store sells casual clothes for man and women you can have a beach theme and choose your decorations accordingly. Your walls can be painted with blue, green or yellow to give a casual look. Attention must be given to every aspect of the interior namely, the ceiling (natural or false) clothing arrangement (shelves or hangers), flooring (wood or tiles), lighting(bright or dim) , display (paneled or glass) and the walls (wall paper or paint). Every expense and idea has to be accounted and then carefully evaluated. The first look of the shop should be appealing to the customer. The customer sees the shop before choosing the clothes. The ambiance should be bright and welcoming.If your space is small, you can make it look bigger by placing mirrors and painting the walls with bold colors instead of subtle colors.

Style:
Before you indulge in bulk purchases you must be confident of choosing the necessary dressing style. The next step is to find out the various locations which are suitable for bulk purchases. Certain materials may be cheap of more appealing in one city than the rest. Find out such unique combinations that work for your store. All through the selection process, keep your target customer in mind and cater to their needs. The first time is always going to be tough as you do not have a clear ideas what clicks with the customer. Nevertheless, make sure you have a rough idea of what you are getting into.

Marketing:

In other words you have to think about the various marketing channels you can use to promote your new store. This depends heavily on your locality and the demographics you are dealing with. For example if you are customers are factory workers, an advertisement in the internet will not do anything to your business. Bear in mind that marketing initiatives can consume a lot of money. So make sure that the results are worth the money. Think beyond traditional advertising through banners, boards or flyers. If you want to give discounts to pull in the crowd make sure you have a plan in place. Word-of-mouth marketing is the most underrated technique. Do not ignore that. Though there are so many promotional activities, your shop's quality is the biggest marketing blessing. Make sure you earn the good will of the customer.
Price:

Another deciding factor for the success of the shop is pricing. This is a major governing factor for small businesses. The price when too low raises doubts about the quality of the clothes, while prices that are too high might discourage customers from entering the store. The price and the profit margin must be calculated based on the purchasing power of the average customer in that area. Also it should be more or less in the same area as that of competitors.
  
Location:

Selecting the correct location is half the job done. The store should be in a location of maximum footfalls. Remember that not all customers passing by come into the store, not all customers walking into the store buy. When the location is ideal it is easier to convert the footfalls into purchases.
 
D-Day:

The opening ceremony is the first face of the shop. So try creating a positive buzz before the important day. Come up with simple and beautiful incentives for your customers during the first couple of months till the customer is comfortable about the shop. If budget permits, host a party and invite everyone to step in for free gifts or discounts. Spread the good word to who ever walks into the shop and encourage them to do the same.

Final word:

When we talk about a small business, it need not ideally be a single line of business. For example, though the main line of business could be clothes, you can even focus on accessories or shoes to go with your clothes well. This will create a niche for your budding business in the market. It is also shown that customers are more prone to visit a single stop shop. But these ideas should be able to mix well with your main line of profits. Over whelming the customer might not prove to be good. Take it one step at a time and slowly expand.
 


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