*******www.504Experts**** As promised, here’s my first video of “Inside the Lenders Studio” - inspired by James Lipton’s Inside the Actors Studio. I’ve been watching that show a lot lately, and I’ve realized that I’m not as introspective as I think I am. Actors, because it’s their job to interpret different characters and personalities, seem to be fairly introspective when asked about where they came from, why they do what they do, what they aspire to be, and so on.
It got me thinking, and I have a feeling that lots of other entrepreneurs and business owners have the same problem as me: way too many balls in the air to stop and think about the why’s of what we’re doing. The idea of “Inside the Lenders Studio” has two primary purposes: 1) to get me thinking about more than just my to-do list and 2) to clue you in to why I do what I do and why Mercantile exists. Watch the first installment of this series - I start with a list of questions James Lipton uses on his show…
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The can returns fire :) Cool Ad
*******www.brandsplat**** Enzo F. Cesario (Brandsplat COO) shares his opinions on recent online campaigns from American Apparel, LG and Google Buzz.
This dog knows how to party!
This guy attempts to throw his frisbee into the near by river but accidently hits the only passing car on the road beneath him!
It's common knowledge that prominent actors and directors approach interviews, especially on television, with some caution. Over 12 years, presenting more than 200 of the most lustrous stars of film, theater, television and music, Inside the Actors Studio has earned the reputation of being a forum where guests can speak fearlessly, openly and honestly about the things that matter most to them.
Have you seen the glowing mountain dew? Its now time for the glowing GREEN ice tea! Also keep a look out for part two of this video, where I will be making RED! glowing ice tea. The reaction is not as quick as in the mountain dew one. However that one was fak, using luminol instead of the mountain dew in the bottle!
This is an edit of two yearly meeting compositing kits we did for Unifoods Sydney Australia in the late 90's. The final meetings were edited into complete video's for internal distribution.
Today, Khalid discusses cheapening gas prices, Mexico, Unilever's big sale, LA magazin and the stock you should've bought Juniper Networks.
Inside The Actors Studio with Robin Williams will be in stores tomorrow, September 16th. Shout! Factory is proud to present the release of this highly anticipated DVD and shows Williams at his most outrageous and insightful. The DVD is one of the most requested episodes of IATS and includes deleted scenes not aired on TV. Available at Shout - *******www.shoutfactorystore****/prod.aspx?pfid=5256726
Wake up, it's time for the Best Night Ever! Happy 11/11! Celebrate this great day of lots of 1's with Brian Faas recapping the best moments from last night's Dancing With The Stars, Inside The Actor's Studio with Dave Chapelle, and Gossip Girl! Get on it!
What if we were able to use 100% of our brains? What would we be capable of? What are the essential mental components necessary for an individual in fabricating that which makes good things from the invisible visibly active? Accredited doctors, scientists and leading experts discuss how the 'impossible' is possible, and provide information attesting to the fact that our potential is truly unlimited.
Our English group had to make an advertisement for a product we made.