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Find people with high expectations and a low tolerance for excuses. They’ll have higher expectations for you than you have for yourself. Don’t flatter yourself that this has much to do with you – this is just who they are. Don’t look for “nice” in these relationships. Look for trust.

Be fearless in front of them with your ideas as many times as they’ll let you

Beauty Dust is very pretty to look at and it tastes like nothing, which is great. Here is what it’s supposed to do: This ancient empiric formula expands beauty through alchemizing elements legendary for their youth preserving, fortifying and tonifying qualities. Glowing supple skin, lustrous shiny hair and twinkling bright eyes are holistically bestowed from the inside out.


I actually first read this as alkalizing meaning effecting pH level, and I was like, OK I guess I understand how that could positively effect your body, but alchemizing means turning elements to gold basically through magic. That lead me to research each ingredient because I know alchemy is not actually happening in my body when I eat this, since alchemy is not real.

In addition to loving beauty and taking care of myself, I also love opening people minds to other paths of self-care, and good marketing and I can honestly say that I use and personally love this product but I’m not sure for which reason.

I think it made me think about it more and really consider why I was choosing to add this to my routine

It poses an interesting question for me on the wellness category – will people be willing to buy in, or does eating something change your “sniff” test on the believe-ability of the claims?

The color is very long lasting and they have an interesting texture that’s like a powder and a cream but neither really. They’re made with pure pigments and oils and will never melt with the warmth of your skin because they don’t contain any waxes. You can literally use them for anything – obviously as eye shadow and liner, but the light shade is a great highlighter, and the red can be used for lip or blush with a little balm.


There’s also a little pouch to store the rollerballs, and a card with different inspirations as to how to blend them on your skin – but it’s foolproof. You can’t make a mess if you mix them all up.

Badger Beard Balm is perfect for the bearded gents in your life (is this everyone? beards are so trending). It is filled with good things such as vitamins A, D, E & F to keep his beard healthy, thicker and cleaner, as well as helping to relieve itchiness as it soothes the skin under the hair.

If you’re looking to get rid of this beard, maybe this is not the right angle for your gifting

Further, no one wants to cuddle with a dirty beard – who knows, maybe you already are and are dying for a nice way to help this problem of yours his. Beard Wash made by Beard Buddy. Started in 2011 in California, all Beard Buddy products are hand crafted by beards for beards. Both founders have large beards of their own to tame, and wanted to do this with organic products – kudos, and cuddles, to them.

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2023: Nvidia Signals How Artificial Intelligence Could Reshape Technology Sector




WASHINGTON — The U.S. Shares of Nvidia, already one of the most valuable businesses in the world, soared Thursday after the chipmaker forecasted a massive increase in revenue, indicating how dramatically the expanding use of artificial intelligence might transform the computer sector.

After a 25% rise in early trade, the California corporation is on its way to joining the exclusive club of $1 trillion companies like Alphabet, Apple, and Microsoft.

The developer of graphics chips for gaming and artificial intelligence posted a quarterly profit of more than $2 billion and revenue of $7 billion late Wednesday, above Wall Street projections.

However, Wall Street was caught off stride by its projections for $11 billion in sales this quarter. It’s a 64% increase over the same period last year and far above the $7.2 billion industry analysts predicted.

“It appears that the new gold rush has begun, and NVIDIA is selling all the picks and shovels,” wrote Susquehanna Financial Group’s Christopher Rolland and Matt Myers on Thursday.

Chipmakers throughout the world were dragged along. Taiwan Semiconductor increased by 3.5%, while SK Hynix in South Korea rose by 5%. ASML, situated in the Netherlands, increased by 4.8%.


The U.S. Shares of Nvidia are already one of the most valuable businesses in the world.

Jensen Huang, creator and CEO of Nvidia, stated that the world’s data centers require a makeover due to the transformation that AI technology will bring.

“The world’s $1 trillion data center is nearly entirely populated by (central processing NVIDIA units) today,” Huang remarked. “And $1 trillion, $250 billion a year, it’s growing, but over the last four years, call it $1 trillion in infrastructure installed, and it’s all based on CPUs and dumb NICs.” It is essentially unaccelerated.”

AI chips are intended to conduct artificial intelligence NVIDIA tasks more quickly and efficiently. While general-purpose processors, such as CPUs, can be utilized for lesser AI activities, they are “becoming less and less useful as AI advances,” according to 2020 research from Georgetown University’s Centre for Security and Emerging Technology.

“Because of their unique features, AI chips are tens or even thousands of times faster and more efficient than CPUs for training and inference of AI algorithms,” the paper continues, saying that AI chips can also be more cost-effective than CPUs because of their higher efficiency.

According to analysts, Nvidia could be an early indicator of how AI will impact the tech sector.

“Last night, Nvidia gave jaw-dropping robust guidance that will be heard around the world and shows the historical demand for AI happening now in the enterprise and consumer landscape,” stated Wedbush analyst Dan Ives. “We would point any investor calling this an AI bubble to this Nvidia quarter, particularly guidance, which cements our bullish thesis around AI and speaks to the 4th Industrial Revolution now on the horizon with AI.”


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2023: Climate Protesters Dragged From Shell Shareholder Meeting As They Rush Stage




LONDON, England – Climate change protesters were taken away from the platform during Shell’s shareholder meeting on Tuesday, as activist investors added pressure with a resolution requesting that the global oil and gas giant beef up its emissions plan.

Shell Chairman Andrew Mackenzie could not begin the meeting for more than an hour because hundreds of demonstrators rose, chanted, and sang “Shut down Shell” and “Go to hell, Shell.” Security officers at London’s ExCel conference center stopped several people from running onto the stage and hauled them out.

According to the campaigners, who include members of Greenpeace and Extinction Rebellion, Shell and other fossil fuel companies are reaping record profits at the expense of the environment.

Shell reported a record profit of $39.9 billion for 2022. As a result of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, global oil and natural gas prices skyrocketed, driving up inflation and contributing to a cost-of-living problem.

This provoked widespread outrage in the United Kingdom, where millions of individuals and businesses have battled to keep up with rising energy costs.

“Shell is continuing to drill new oil and gas fields here in the U.K. and around the world in some of the most biodiverse regions in the Philippines and the Niger Delta,” said Carina Manitius, 27, a Fossil Free London protester.


Shell Chairman Andrew Mackenzie could not begin the meeting for more than an hour because hundreds of demonstrators rose, chanted, and sang “Shut down Shell” and “Go to hell, Shell.

“So we’re here to say, ‘Business as usual cannot continue, and we’re going to shut you down,'” said Manitius.

Shell recognized people’s freedom to express themselves, but “protesters have demonstrated that they are uninterested in constructive engagement.”

Activist investors introduced a shareholder resolution demanding that Shell strengthen its goals for reducing greenhouse gas emissions, claiming its current target does not align with the Paris climate agreement, which aims to keep global warming well below 2 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels by 2030.

Shareholders rejected the idea. Shell executives stated that their climate ambitions align with the Paris Agreement’s more ambitious aim of reducing global average temperature rise to 1.5 degrees Celsius.

According to Mark van Baal, founder of the Dutch activist investor organization Follow This, which presented the resolution, Shell is misleading investors by claiming it does not need to reduce emissions to reach the targets.

“Fellow shareholders, your company will change only if you vote for change,” he explained.

According to a statement supporting the shareholder resolution, the energy and climate crises can be tackled concurrently by investing windfall revenues from high oil and gas prices in alternative energy sources.


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Target Pulls Back In Spending And Theft That Cost Retailer $1B This Year




NEW YORK – Target reported another quarterly earnings fall on Wednesday and provided a cautious sales and profit estimate for the upcoming quarter.

The Minneapolis-based corporation is grappling with increased expenditures, which include rising theft as a major cause, as well as consumers who have grown more frugal with their purchasing.

Despite this, the company outperformed Wall Street estimates and maintained annual profit guidance above industry expert projections.

Target is one of the first major U.S. retailers to publish quarterly results, and much will be made of the impact that persistently high inflation and restricting credit have on customers. Walmart, the country’s largest retailer, will disclose profits on Thursday. Later this month, Macy’s, Kohl’s, and Nordstrom will report quarterly results.

The nation’s largest home improvement retailer, Home Depot, announced Tuesday that first-quarter sales fell 4.2% and expected its first annual revenue decline since 2009. Also on Tuesday, figures from the United States revealed that Americans increased their spending moderately last month, bolstered by a strong labor market and a drop in some commodity prices. However, it also demonstrated how Americans need help to keep up with inflation.

For the three months ending April 29, net income fell roughly 6% to $950 million, or $2.05 per share. This compares to the prior year’s $1.01 billion, or $2.16 per share.

Sales increased 0.6% to $25.32 billion in the third quarter, up from $25.17 billion the previous year. According to FactSet, analysts predicted profits per share of $1.77 on revenues of $25.26 billion in the most recent quarter.


Target is one of the first major U.S. retailers to publish quarterly results.

The retailer’s profit has fallen for the fifth quarter, though the drop was significantly lower. Target’s profits fell 43% in the fourth quarter, 52% in the third quarter, 90% in the second quarter, and 52% in the first quarter of last year.

In the current quarter, earnings per share are expected to range between $1.30 and $1.70. According to FactSet, analysts expected $1.95 per share. The company is sticking to its previous projection of $7.75 to $8.75 per share for the full year. According to FactSet, analysts predict $8.36 per share.

Target said theft is affecting its bottom line, and it expects associated costs to exceed $1.2 billion this year, up from an estimated $700 to $800 million in stolen losses last year. The company claimed it is observing an increase in violent occurrences at its stores, but it does not want to close them, so it is tightening security and locking up some things.

Retailers are facing a spate of thefts and, in some cases, closing businesses and moving out of places due to large losses, some of which are linked to criminal groups. The issue has gotten increasing attention recently because of high-profile smash-and-grab retail crimes and flash mob robberies that have gotten national attention.


Target’s stock increased almost 1% at the opening bell.

Comparable sales from stores or digital channels open for at least a year were flat in the first quarter compared to the previous year. This is a decline from the previous quarter’s 0.7% rise. Customer traffic had increased. Shoppers prioritize purchasing necessities such as groceries over non-essentials, yet they rely on Target for affordable, contemporary clothing.

Comparable store sales increased by 0.7%, but comparable internet sales decreased.

“We came into 2023 clear-eyed about what consumers were facing with persistent inflation and rising interest rates,” CEO Brian Cornell said on Tuesday’s conference call with reporters.

Despite the competitive market, Target continues to invest in stores and online.

In early March, the discounter announced plans to invest up to $5 billion this year in increasing customer services, including a drive-up service for returns, renovations at 175 stores, and improvements to online shopping.

Target’s stock increased almost 1% at the opening bell.



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