Monthly Archives: October 2017

5 Tips for Kitchen Remodeling

Kitchen is the hub of any house. Women as well as men use to spend their lot of time in kitchen for preparing the meals and other things. If you have old designed kitchen and want to kitchen renovation, then always take ideas from websites, friends or experts. Different and new ideas will help you to remodel your kitchen. Kitchen renovation is very expensive but if you do it care fully you can save lots of money. Kitchen renovation is hard task so prepare you for the energetic work. Before starting kitchen renovation think carefully what you want to change and what you want to add new in the kitchen.If you know your objective clearly, then kitchen renovation becomes easy. Here I am giving you some useful tips of kitchen renovation. The tip 1 is to discover your own taste and likings and assume it to your lifestyle. Kitchen is a reflection of your taste and life style. So it is important for you to identify styles, colors materials and equipment that suit you well. You can choose layout of your desired kitchen from magazines and internet.

It is important to choose the design of kitchen which is well matched with architecture, style and location of your home. When you determined the layout of kitchen, always focus on it so you can renovate your kitchen perfectly. You can also make minimum changes in layout but too much change will mess the design. So it is important to concentrate on one layout. Kitchen renovation needs your extreme attention and enthusiasm. An intelligent renovator knows the full details of every corner and crevice of the kitchen. It is also important to check the prices of all elements in kitchen from tiles to cabinets to faucets. This will give you a rough idea how you budget need for the kitchen renovation. If something you don’t like or not looking nice, discuss it with your family and contractor for a sound decision. In kitchen renovation there is no hard and fast rule. Always decide before proper thinking. It is important to pay attention to the faucets you installed in the kitchen. Faucets are very important part of kitchen.

Always choose a stylish faucet for your kitchen which also has best functions. It is better to take faucets that don’t crumble, discolor and also has latest water saving technology. Don’t use poor quality fixtures in your kitchen. Always buy the best items for your kitchen. The tip fourth is to choose a layout of kitchen which suits your accessibility. The design of kitchen must be logical and convenient for the working purpose. The tip five is to include something new in kitchen like a corner for your children while you are preparing the meal, view of your lawn, door to the garden and window for sunshine.The most important thing in creating or renovating the kitchen is to make sure that material and fixtures must be of high quality so you will feel great pleasure.

Freud and the Small Business Owner

Whether or not Freud nailed it with the Structural Theory is open to some debate (one which I’ll let bigger brains than mine ponder!) but virtually all of us can relate to these three personas and know someone who fits each of these profiles. The Id-like person throws caution to the wind, takes risks without thinking through implications, and allows the dreamer in him to lead his actions. The Super-Ego-like person is highly risk-averse, needs to have near-perfect information before making a decision, and never, ever, swims until at least 30 minutes after eating. The Ego-like person has drive and is willing to take risks, but seeks to understand situations enough to take calculated risks as opposed to foolish risks.

While reading this, you may have thought of a friend or family member who fits into each of the above categories. You may have also slotted yourself as being predominantly Id, Super-Ego, or Ego-like. It also may be situational to where you are more Id-like in certain situations while you are more Super-Ego-like in others. As this specifically applies to starting and running your own small business, it is vitally important that you identify whether you are more Id, Super-Ego, or Ego-like and that you balance who you are with others who fit into the other categories; thus the following maxim:

Small businesses need a blend of Id, Ego, and Super-Ego personas to be successful.

So as it relates to you, are you more of an Id that throws caution to the wind without thinking about implications? Or are you more like the risk-averse Super-Ego who needs perfect information to make a decision? Or are you more of a middle-of-the-road Ego who is willing to take calculated risks and knows how to balance risk and reward? Then again, maybe you’re not sure. If you’d like a better perspective on where you fall in the small business owner spectrumArticle Submission,