New Liposuction Alternatives – How to Avoid Risky and Sometimes Ineffective Liposuction Surgery!
Glasses / August 2, 2017

Here are some new liposuction alternatives that will not only give you great results fast, but also save you lots and lots of money. Know this … liposuction surgery is risky and a lot of times it's uselessly ineffective. Read this now if you want your belly to get thinner, not your purse! New Liposuction Alternatives 1. Isometric Vacuum Pose If you're a whole goal with liposuction is to lose inches from your belly, then I urge you to instead do the vacuum pose for 1 month. In that month, you will lose 2-3 inches. The more time you spend on the vacuum pose, the better. But, in just 5 minutes a day you can easily lose 2 inches from your waist. What is the vacuum pose? It's a simple version of sucking in your stomach. The only big difference is that you MUST focus on sucking the part of your stomach where your belly button is. The lower part. Not the upper part. Suck it in and hold it for 15 or more seconds. Repeatedly do this for a total of a minimum of 5 minutes a day. But if you were to do this for 15-20 minutes a…

The 10 Most Common Sales Tricks
Glasses / August 2, 2017

If you’re ever with someone who is trying to sell you something – a home, car, insurance, clothes, new phone or whatever – here are 10 common tricks and traps you should look out for. 1. The Probe On your first contact with any salesperson, they’ll usually ask you a few questions. These have two main goals. Most obviously, they’re trying find out what you’re looking for. But they’re also aimed at finding out how serious you are about buying. For example, a car dealer would want to work out if you’re a tyre-kicker (someone who is just looking around but not intending to buy) or a fish (someone who can be caught and reeled in). 2. The Psychology Test To be successful in selling to you, a seller must quickly work out what kind of a person you are so they can adjust their sales pitch to appeal to someone like you. If you’re a positive, extrovert, glass-half-full person, then they’ll probably try to sell the dream – stress how what they’re selling will improve your life. But if you’re more of a glass-half-empty worrier, then the seller will sell security – focus more on the features and performance…