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Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Koala Park Perth cute as


Cuddle a Koala at Cohunu Koala Park
Cohunu Koala Park, in Byford West Australia is always on top of the list of tourists from different countries. It is not like an ordinary park where you pass by the animals held captive behind the cage. In fact, you are going to see them, touch them, have selfies and share some awesome memories with your friends and family. 
The expedition along the park is packed with excitement, as you get the chance to drive through bush tracks. Moreover, parrots, kangaroos, dingoes, dears, wombats, emus and koalas are some of the attractions of this park. Koalas are very friendly with humans, so you get the chance to cuddle them, have some picture and feed them. Adults, old and children love to visit this place due to its attraction and interaction with animals and seeing them so close to oneself. It takes just an hour to visit the park completely with a nominal ticket of $15 for adults and $5 for kids. Many roaming animals can be fed with hands. Enjoy the conversation with 30 talking parrots and don’t forget to feed some of the animals waiting for visitors like you.
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School kids can enjoy the trip with their friends at Cohunu Koala Park. While walking through the park, you will find plenty of boards with information that can help you in writing something on the trip. Especially, the koalas are specialty of this park and you can find plenty of information about human friendly animal.

There are koala caretakers from around 10am to 4pm to give plenty of useful information to the visitors. They answer the questions of visitors gladly and have enough knowledge on wildlife, reproduction and feeding requirements. In fact, you can spend quality time at the park and get relaxed, have fun and gain some knowledge.
Here is a board describing all about Koalas.

Miss Mam from Bangkok is one of the visitors who enjoyed the tour to Koala Park. She looks happy and having fun with koala and other animals.  Have a look at the picture how koala is giving a poker expression while Miss Mam is holding the bear without any fear and feeding some kinds of leaves.

Miss Mam enjoyed the trip all through the park and met Humpty Dumpty to capture a photograph with him to memorize how he fell from the wall.  How lucky is humpty dumpty- getting a kiss from the visitor.

Perhaps, these pelicans are waiting for the train to have some fun ride in group.

Miss Mam enjoying taking photographs of pelican. One of the pelicans is just posing for awesome click. Probably, got the success with it. 

Miss Mam is little scared but excited to touch Kangaroo. Kangaroo seems to be in a relaxed mood and wants her to go away.

What Else You Can Do at Cohunu Koala Park?
  • Discover the park and feed the human friendly animals like kangaroos, koalas and wallabies.
  • Hug the koala for awesome photos.
  • Enjoy hot tea or coffee and if you are starving, have some delicious lunch.
  • Go to Australian souvenir shop with native products.
  • Pass by the animals and gain some knowledge about their exclusive characteristic

There is lot more to enjoy at Cohunu Koala Park and getting a selfie with Koala can be the most memorable picture of your life.

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Monday, July 20, 2015

19 Just Really Really Cool Inventions

1. No Dead Arm Cuddle Mattress

No Dead Arm Cuddle Mattress

2. Just Yank Plug

Just Yank Plug

3. Portable Keyboard for Your Smartphone

Portable Keyboard for Smartphone

4. No More Icky Soap Holders

No More Icky Soap Holders

5. Safer In-Ground Trampoline

Safer In-Ground Trampoline

6. Purpose Made Nutella Knife

Purpose Made Nutella Knife

7. Plug Sockets on Your Bed Legs

Plug Sockets on Your Bed Legs

8.Weight-measuring chopping board

Weight-measuring chopping board

9. Sneaker Wash and Dry Bag

Sneaker Wash and Dry Bag

10. Light In Your Pocket

11. Edge Painting Tool

Edge Painting Tool

12. Pot for Pasta

Pot for Pasta

13. Lightsaber Toasting Knife

Lightsaber Toasting Knife

14. All Ears Open Pillow

All Ears Open Pillow

15. Light Changes According to Temperature Shower Head

Light Changes According to Temperature Show Head

16. Fanny Pack for Your Dog (Not Recommended)

Fanny Pack for Your Dog

17. Waterproof Touchscreen Keyboard

Waterproof Touchscreen Keyboard

 18. Flip Flop Beer Holder

Flip Flop Beer Holder

19. The Never-Get-Out-Of-Bed Table

Tuesday, July 14, 2015

6 traits successful entrepreneurs share

(CNN) As a writer at The Idea Village in New Orleans, I've interviewed dozens of entrepreneurs, ranging from new founders of fledgling companies to seasoned leaders who have launched several successful businesses.
On occasion, I walk out of an interview believing that entrepreneur will change the world. Other times, not so much.

Somewhere between "Shark Tank" and the myriad Silicon Valley success stories, the idea of entrepreneurship has become glamorous -- even sexy. But ask anyone who has worked in the trenches of the startup world, and they will quickly wave away that notion. The stark reality is that being an entrepreneur is arduous and daunting. Yet for those who are willing to take the path less traveled and commit their lives to one idea, or several ideas, it can be extremely rewarding.
So what is the stuff that successful entrepreneurs are made of? How do you define that certain je ne sais quoi that enables an entrepreneur to convince skeptics their idea is the next big thing? Moreover, what allows those entrepreneurs to take their idea and turn it into a profitable company?

They're persistent

Launching a startup is a marathon, not a sprint. It requires stamina, and you have to be fit to sustain the lifestyle. Founders inevitably come up against failure on a daily basis. While some ideas work, more often they don't. You try, fail, and try again.
Nine to five? Forget about it. Most startup teams clock 80 to 90 hours a week in the launch phase. As one tech entrepreneur recently told me, having an idea is just the first step on a long road. You have to have the intestinal fortitude to put your head down and get through the process.

They're adaptive

The startup world can be a jungle, and the most successful entrepreneurs have a keen ability to quickly adapt to their habitat. So much can change from the inception of an idea to the final product -- unforeseen problems arise; the market changes; demand changes. Successful entrepreneurs recognize that and are willing to try a different approach when something isn't working. In startup jargon, it's called pivoting. They can duck, dodge, dive to escape the metaphorical bullets of the entrepreneurial landscape while remaining laser-focused.
One local entrepreneur admitted to me without hesitation that being a pioneer is terrifying because it means you don't have a road map. As a founder, you have to become a jack of all trades. You are the manager, the IT department, the marketing department, and somewhere in between all of that, you have to get your work done.

They're risk takers

Entrepreneurs are, above all, risk takers. They are willing to part ways with a job that offers a plush salary and benefits to pursue their idea or business. Or they start with nothing -- and no guarantee.
We often hear entrepreneurs' grandiose success stories, but we don't always hear about the long, tumultuous journeys that led them there. I once asked a solo founder about the scariest part of being an entrepreneur. He told me about the time his funds were dwindling and his wife called him from the grocery store checkout line to inform him their credit card had been declined. Now that's real.

They're imaginative doers

After working with several fledgling companies early in his career, Andrew Yang started to believe entrepreneurship could solve many of the problems plaguing both the economy and young professionals.
So what did he do? Yang created Venture for America, a nonprofit organization based on the Teach for America model, that recruits top college graduates to work for two years at emerging startups and early-stage companies in lower-cost cities like New Orleans, Detroit and Cleveland. Venture for America now has fellows working with startups in 12 cities across the United States.
Entrepreneurs see the world differently. Where other people see problems, they see opportunities. But it's one thing to have a great idea -- it's a whole other thing to see that idea through. Successful entrepreneurs don't just dream; they're willing to go out and create solutions.

They're confident

At our hub, we have a saying plastered on the walls: Trust Your Crazy Ideas. It's the foundation for the work we do with every entrepreneur who walks through our doors. Every successful entrepreneur who built a great enterprise started with a crazy idea.
Here's a simple question: Who is the first innovator who comes to mind when you think about entrepreneurship? I would venture to say that whoever you thought of, at any given point in his or her life, someone called that person crazy. Entrepreneurs face doubt, not only from others but also from themselves. It's those entrepreneurs who are confident enough to believe in their ideas, and stick with them, that change the world.

They're trustworthy

In the startup world, the success of an entrepreneur often hinges on building trust. Whether they're pitching to venture capitalists, accelerator program managers or potential future customers, entrepreneurs are essentially selling an idea or product that doesn't yet exist. It's all based on assumptions.
Time and time again, I've heard the words, "People don't invest in companies, they invest in people." Investors are constantly being pitched by entrepreneurs eager for capital. Before they can persuade someone to sign a check and infuse a startup's lean bank account, entrepreneurs must first convince the investor that they can be trusted.
After all, investors aren't doling out big bucks for charity. They are making long-term investments, and they want to know that their money is in good hands.

Sunday, July 12, 2015

To reach a solution, 1st step is to believe that there is a solution

A father left 17 Camels as an Asset for his Three Sons.

When the Father passed away, his sons opened up the will.

The Will of the Father stated that the Eldest son should get Half of 17 Camels,
The Middle Son should be given 1/3rd of 17 Camels,
Youngest Son should be given 1/9th of the 17 Camels,
As it is not possible to divide 17 into half or 17 by 3 or 17 by 9, the sons started to fight with each other.
So, they decided to go to a wise man.
The wise man listened patiently about the Will. The wise man, after giving this thought, brought one camel of his own & added the same to 17. That increased the total to 18 camels.

Now, he started reading the deceased father’s will.
Half of 18 = 9.
So he gave 9 camels to the eldest son.

1/3rd of 18 = 6.
So he gave 6 camels to the middle son.
1/9th of 18 = 2.
So he gave 2 camels to the youngest son.
Now add this up:
9 + 6 + 2 = 17 & This leaves 1 camel, which the wise man took back.
MORAL: The attitude of negotiation & problem solving is to find the 18th camel i.e. the common ground. Once a person is able to find the common ground, the issue is resolved. It is difficult at times.

However, to reach a solution, the first step is to believe that there is a solution. If we think that there is no solution, we won’t be able to reach any!
If you liked this story, please share with all. You might spark a thought, inspire & possibly change a life forever!

Article Extracted from LinkedIn 2015.04.16 

Sunday, July 5, 2015

Your lean business needs more fat

If your solo business isn't quite giving you the lifestyle you thought it would, here's where you're probably going wrong.
When you first imagined starting your own business, you probably envisaged flexible hours, half-days, more than four weeks a year for holidays, the ability to earn what you're worth, work-life balance, and doing something you love.

In short, you imagined a better life.

But for many soloists, this doesn't match the reality. Most of us know all too well about the low income, long hours, and lack of holidays that can come with being your own boss.

Why does this happen? it's because our businesses are too lean.

"When you set the goal of just supporting yourself, you make a miscalculation about the income your business needs to support your better life."

Here's what I mean by 'too lean'

too often soloists set their sights on "supporting themselves". In other words:

"I'd be happy if I could do what I love for a living, and just earn enough to pay my bills."

That's Nice.
The problem with this 'calculation' is it's totally out of whack. It's based on the cost of the bare necessities they need to survive: food, rent/mortgage, and other basic bills. That may be the cost of survival, but it's not the cost of the better life they imagined!

When you set the goal of just supporting yourself, you make a miscalculation about the income your business needs to support your better life.

Whats the cost?

You can't afford time off, or a holiday, or to hire help, or to invest in the business. You end up with no marketing budget, no insurance, no Xmas party, no staff developmet, and you don't get to invest in yourself (you never end up taking that life-altering week with Tony Robbins). You end up doing your own book-keeping, and your own marketing (Facebook of course because it's free), instead of doing what you love.

Sound Familiar?

What would a supportive business look like?

It's the lioness that does the hunting for her family. She needs to find enough food for herself and her cubs, and also to satisfy the voracious appetite of the protector of her family, the male lion. In the same way, you need to find enough income to feet yourself and all those who support your business and your life.

What would it take to support your better life?

You might need a couple of staff to make sure you're not chained to your desk 24/7, or maybe just an assistant, and you'll need to be a generous employer at that, if you want capable and loyal staff. Outside of work, a personal trainer and a regular babysitter might be at the top of your list.

Once you can see why "supporting yourself" is just not enough, you can begin to make a better calculation for the income you'll need to support your better life, and form a business model that will get you there.

 How to get there

You may need higher profit margins, higher income goals, and higher sales targets. You may need more staff, more marketing, or a more valuable product or service. Perhaps you need to work (and save) a little longer in your day job and launch with a bigger budget.
But mostly it's a fundamental realisation that you need more food to go around! you need to feed your accountant, your insurance agent, your employees or an assistant, and yourself so you can take a weekend off (or god forbid a Monday) without feeling guilty.

Your happiness costs more than food and rent

You are your own boss, and to be happy you need the capacity to be generous to yourself. Better pay, regular time off, and support (assistant, book-keeper, cleaner, babysitter) will make you happier. You'll be a better spouse, parent, employer, and business owner, and you'll have the capacity to be more generous to the people you care about (family, friends, employees, and clients)

But you can't be generous if you don't have much time to give. So raise your income goals, adjust your business model, and fatten up your business.

If you had more time and money in your business, where would it go? an assistant? Pay rise? Holiday? Salesperson? Babysitter? Personal Trainer? Less overtime? Somewhere else?

Thursday, July 2, 2015

The Stables Bar Perth is hot to trot

Get your good boots on for a race at the in place in Perth WA. The stables bar and Restaurant captures your attention the moment you walk through the heritage entrance to a farmhouse facade.

Renovated from a one time horistic building used as a farmware (hardware for famers), many of the yeserday year Icons have remained whilst infusing modern efficiencies to ensure comfort for the busy social goers of today.
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Several levels afford for social drinks as well as dining experience and there's a rooftop courtyard area with city skyline views.

Located in the centre of town with easy access

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Wednesday, July 1, 2015

June & July Networking Perth WA

Hi All,

See you at the upcoming events:

Thursday - June 18th at Rydges (Upstairs) - 12 noon - $20 lunch - RSVP today.

Friday - 26th June at Caffissimo Applecross - 12 noon - $20 lunch - RSVP

Thursday - July 16th at Rydges (Upstairs) - 12 noon - $49.95 - come and hear from Phil Britten this special guest speaker and lunch presentation.
Come and hear Phil Britten's amazing story:

Speaking at over 1000 events the past 12 years, Phil Britten has appeared on television shows including The Project, Sunrise, Today Tonight, Channel 7, 9 & 10 News. He has also featured on local and national radio shows and magazines such as Woman's Day, New Idea and MINDFOOD.


Thursday, July 16, 2015
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
W. Australia Time

Rydges Perth - Westend Room
815 Hay St
6000, Western Australia 6000

Event Registration

General Admission Ticket
AUD $ 49.95

Optional Item

The Fulfilled Life Solution: Unlocking The 7 Mindset Secrets to Success

Signed Book: 'The Fulfilled Life Solution'
AUD $ 10.00
Undefeated: The Story of Bali Bombing survivor Phil Britten

Signed Book: 'Defeated'
AUD $ 10.00

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