I didn't like Exotica's EVE, a bit too conservative ! don't you think so?
I prefer the Green Pamela!
Ladies! ADAM is waiting for you in the Shops!
Sandra K.is a marketing manager living in Qatar, in this guest blog she explains why you have to "Put yourself first " to succeed in life and business.
I was 22 years old when I left my family and friends in Lebanon.
I wasn’t trying to hurt them or snob them , I was only protecting myself from them!
A smart Mom who is afraid to take any small decision
A Hitler Dad
Add to this, the situation in Lebanon …
I had enough from all this and decided to move to Canada (one way ticket)
It was the best day of my life!
Got my masters degree, great inspiring friends at work and a marketing guru ( my ex boss) I was very lucky to work with him for a period of two years….
A great opportunity took me back to the Arab world, this time to Qatar, Marketing manager for a Japanese group.
“Success is not just who you are but who you surround yourself with “
Surround yourself always with the best and always ask yourself what this person provides me and what does he take away! Then you can decide if this relation can survive…
Some people will never succeed hoping one day family will help them , or friends will get smarter….
Put Yourself First! Always.
Don’t ever use people and always respect them but don’t waste your time,emotions and your energy with the wrong one. Help only those willing to help themselves.
The agency embarked in assisting the Children Cancer Centre's 10-year anniversary through the 'Call for Life' campaign.
The main aim of the campaign is to showcase the Centre's objective of curing children with cancer absolutely free of charge. This delivers an 80% survival rate yearly and is their only source of donations. Each child's treatment costs around $40,000 per year, and they are currently treating in the high hundreds.
The 'Call for Life' campaign revolves around the concept of children fighting for all Children with Cancer. The main reason behind this issue is the lack of awareness amongst the general population and more precisely adults. The campaign is positive in nature, reflecting the incredible appetite for life in each child treated at the CCCL.