Sunday, November 28, 2021

Happy First Night of Chanukah! - Capell Flooring and Interiors 2021


First Night of Chanukah
We hope this holiday is lit! #chanukah
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Saturday, November 27, 2021

Four really small things that say a lot about you | E-Neighborhood Advisor

 

Ever been asked to say a few things about yourself? Perhaps you said you’re a good communicator, attentive to details, or a team player. The point being, we all define ourselves in a certain way.

Here’s the paradox, though; It’s not what you say that is an accurate representation of who you are, but rather what you show yourself to be. That’s how people judge you. They respond to the image you project. Leah Njoki in Your Tango tells us it’s critical to focus on what you do rather than what you say.

1. How you keep time.
There’s a lot to be said about people who don’t keep time. It screams inefficiency, unreliability, and disorganization. A person who is always late doesn’t do a very good job of managing their responsibilities and their overall lives.

Failing to keep time is terrible, but it’s worse when other people are involved. You see, when you’re consistently late for meetings, it shows you don’t respect others. Because you put your needs before them, steal their time, and disturb their experience.

It might seem like a small act, but it signals self-respect, discipline, and integrity. When you’re tardy, though? Sadly, no one will want to hang around you because you can’t be trusted to keep your word. Being late is essentially breaking a promise.

If you want to keep time and avoid the overwhelm that comes from rushing all the time, overestimate the time required to arrive at a meeting. For example, leave home 15 minutes earlier.
2. How you engage in a conversation.
A conversation is the most basic way of human interaction — one that speaks volumes about us. Here’s why; when you talk to someone, they pick up on your tone of voice and the contents of the conversation. And whatever they pick up on makes them know who you really are.

But there’s one vital element of conversations we normally overlook — asking questions. Asking questions can improve the quality and engagement of your discussions in a big way.

This means you should ask more questions. Often you think you’ll come across as being offensive but in fact, if you want the other person to be relaxed and to open up more, ask more questions.

Be genuinely present, give them your full undivided attention. Put away your phone, don’t yawn or get distracted.

3. How you dress.
The fashion industry is worth about 1.5 trillion dollars for a reason. Let’s face it; humans are visual. Why do you think the hype around designer outfits, make-over shows, and online shopping never seem to fizzle? Some may argue this is vain but dressing well can influence your social standing significantly.

This is clearly evidenced by a study conducted by a team in the UK and Turkey. Upon completion, two things became apparent: A) Your clothes create your impressions, and B) your clothes can make a massive difference to what people think about you — even without knowing you.

Although the study was conducted on male clothing, it’s relevant across all genders. The outcome is clear, one of the best ways to make an impression – good or bad – is with the clothing you choose to wear. There are tons of websites dedicated to this, so if you’re wanting to change the impression you make, google the style of clothing that will best give off the desired impression.

A benefit of immaculate dressing with classic style is that it speaks well of your character. By the image you present, your personality shines through and draws people to you, which in turn ignites a spark of self-esteem and gives you incredible confidence.

4. How you improve yourself.
If your classmates from elementary school met you today, what would they say? Would your current self surprise them? Or would you be exactly how they knew you? The truth is, school pushes us to be better, to aim higher and demands more from us.

But when we’re done riding that wave, most people lay down their tools and call it a day. They stop developing, growing, and challenging themselves for a higher and better life.
The underlying message behind improving yourself says you hold yourself in high regard, you expect more from yourself, and are excited about your life. How awesome is that? This is why you must never stop improving yourself.

Changing these little things takes time because habits become ingrained in you from an early age. All you need is to make small changes, and over time, the compound effect will transform you.

But no matter how long it takes, it’s worth it. When you’re intentional about the image you project to others, it can have a significant impact on your own life.
Your Flooring Consultant,

Matt Capell
Email: sales@capellinteriors.com
Phone (208) 288-0151

P.S. Here's a joke for you!
What's soft and slippery? 
A slipper.

Happy Small Business Saturday! - Capell Flooring and Interiors 2021


Small Business Saturday
Support keeps dreams and businesses alive #smallbusinesssaturday

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Thursday, November 25, 2021

Happy Thanksgiving Day! - Capell Flooring and Interiors 2021


Thanksgiving Day
Gobble till you wobble! #thanksgiving

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Wednesday, November 24, 2021

Happy Thanksgiving Eve! - Capell Flooring and Interiors 2021


Thanksgiving Eve
There is always something to be thankful for #thanksgivingeve
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Monday, November 22, 2021

Happy Go for a Ride Day! - Capell Flooring and Interiors 2021


Go for a Ride Day
Just go for a ride and see where the road takes you!
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Sunday, November 21, 2021

Happy Pumpkin Pie Day! - Capell Flooring and Interiors 2021


Pumpkin Pie Day
Never say no to #pumpkinpie
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Saturday, November 20, 2021

Ways grocery stores get you to spend more money | E-Neighborhood Advisor

 

With the holidays around the corner and big family meals in your future, you’re probably going to be spending time at your local grocery store. Allrecipes tells us that grocery stores use tried and tested tactics to entice you to spend more money without you even noticing it (until, of course, you're checking out). Learning to recognize these strategies will help you lower your grocery bill and make you a savvier shopper all around.

1. Large carts
Consider this: the larger the shopping cart, the more items you can fit into it. More items in your cart can easily add up to a higher grocery bill.

2. Long aisles
Strolling down a long supermarket aisle to find the right item gives you time to spot items you didn't know you needed, and to load them into your cart.

3. Popular foods in the middle of the aisle
The reason for long aisles applies here, too: If you're halfway down the aisle before you find what you're looking for, you've already passed plenty of potential distractions.

4. Eggs and dairy at the back of the store
Why put essentials like milk and eggs at the back of the store? Because shoppers will pass much more inventory than if these items were at the front of the store. In other words, good luck to shoppers who think they're just going in to buy milk or eggs!

5. Produce at the entrance
In addition to being pricier than processed food on average, colorful fresh produce simply looks enticing. Some say the sight of it's enough to put shoppers in a good mood, making them want to buy more.

6. Freshly baked goods near the front of the store
A store bakery with its bread, muffins, croissants, and cookies will strike chords of comfort and nostalgia with shoppers, lifting their spirits. Its placement near the store's entrance is no coincidence, as it sets the tone for a positive shopping experience.

7. Expensive items at eye level
Again, it's all about what shoppers can see. Placing pricier items right in the average shopper's line of vision helps them stand out, while generic and less expensive items tend to sit lower on shelves.

8. Displays at the end of aisles
Companies will pay to have their products featured on the shelves at the end of aisles, known as end caps, as shoppers will take note of this prime real estate. Plus, end caps are designed to prompt shoppers to purchase multiple items.

9. Foods paired together
As with end caps, stores will set up other displays to get shoppers to buy more by grouping similar items together, such as chips and salsa or all the components of a charcuterie board.

10. Impulse purchases near the registers
The checkout line is your last chance to raise your bill, so stores take advantage of the area near the registers to sell you all the little things you didn't think you needed: gum, mints, magazines, chocolate, drinks, and so on.

11. Prices ending in .99 or .95
Ending a price tag with .99 or .95 convinces shoppers that the item costs considerably less than if it were rounded up, as we read prices from left to right.

12. Marketing sales as bundles
If you see a sign that advertises a "two for $5" or "three for $10" kind of sale, read the fine print. Often, you can buy just one item and still get the sale price.

13. Many deals aren't drastic
A sale sign will inevitably get your attention but do a quick price check before you purchase something just because it's on sale. These discounts aren't as drastic as you may think, so notice the original price to decide whether buying something on sale actually behooves you.

14. Pricy prepared foods
When a store takes the time to prepare foods to sell in the deli section, you can guarantee these items will cost more than if you would prepare them yourself.

15. Music to set the mood
Soothing music slows you down, so you can stroll through the store at your leisure. In theory, more time in the store should result in more sales, and research from the American Marketing Association suggests that grocery stores do in fact generate more dollars when they play music with a slower tempo.

16. Seasonal items
Stores have to get rid of seasonal items like holiday candy or decor, which is why you'll often find them displayed where shoppers will notice them.

17. Free samples
Tasting a free sample at the grocery store certainly comes at no cost to you, but it can entice you to buy a product that you may not have even noticed otherwise.

Your Flooring Consultant,

Matt Capell
Email: sales@capellinteriors.com
Phone (208) 288-0151

P.S. Here's a joke for you!
Where do Sith Lords go shopping?
At the Darth Mall.

Happy World Children's Day! - Capell Flooring and Interiors 2021


World Children's Day
Celebrate #childrensday by bringing out the kid in you!
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Friday, November 19, 2021

Happy Equal Opportunity Day/Women's Entrepreneurship Day! - Capell Floor...


Equal Opportunity Day / Women's Entrepreneurship Day
Who helps the world run? #womenentrepreneurs

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