[dropcap type=”simple”]W[/dropcap]hether you are in a romantic relationship or a small business relationship (they’re not all that different) you need to have solid communication from both parties involved. From the beginning of the relationship it should be as interactive as possible with clear and concise motives.


[one_third]As you can see from the video above, the message was not entirely clear to the poor girl, aka the client. Even though the intent of the “business” was clear to outside parties, the customer is putting full faith into letting the “business” guide them.

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In this hilariously pitiful video, our business never tells the  client the one crucial word that sets up this whole video. Our business needed to say “fall back”, instead of “fall down” even though it was implied to everyone else, the client is “blindly” listening to every word and when you are not completely clear with your intentions of the relationship, things can get messy. Undoubtedly, there were some harsh words exchanged once the camera stopped rolling, both sides were most likely defending their own and neither was right nor wrong. But, because the business knew what was happening and the one giving the directions, they needed to make sure the client understood exactly what was about to happen.

[subheading_6]We do not own this Video it is located here and is named Girl Doesn’t Understand Trust Falls. She’ll never forget after this…[/subheading_6]

The unemployment rate for professional and business services continues to be at 9.2% which is higher than the national average by almost a full percentage point. At Louve Notes Media Group, instead of dwelling on the problem, we’ve decided to be the solution.

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S.E.E.D is a membership program that offers entrepreneurs and those who are out of work, under-employed or anyone seeking to better their current situations through continued education and interactive professional development. S.E.E.D. is a place to learn, collaborate and grow.

According to Forbes magazine, in an article titled 10 Things You Need To Do While You’re Unemployed, looking for ways to actively expand your knowledge is key to your finding work.

Having a worthwhile activity to place on your resume in lieu of a gaping unemployment hole, is by far more attractive to prospective employers. According to Forbes, hiring managers recommend several things you should do while you are unemployed:

  • Take a class
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  • Take a temporary or contract assignment
  • Volunteer
  • Make connections

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