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KAMIlearned that the couple purchased a large van from Hyundai Alabang.

The model of the van is Hyundai H350. Both Robin and Mariel took to social media to share clips of their new vehicle, including its enormous interior.

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I WANT TO GO ON A ROAD TRIP!!!!杭州龙凤! I like big cars. I like being able to walk inside the car. So we finally found the perfect one Hyundai H350!!! Its soooo spacious i love it!!! Purchased from @hyundaialabangofficial, Mariel wrote.

God is great! Maraming salamat po o aming nag iisang Panginoong Maylikha sa blessing na ito, Robin posted.

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Your core brand values are the compass that points to the true North of your business success. Which means, theyre pretty darn important.

But what exactly are they, how do you define them, and what do you do with them once you have them?

Lets start from the very beginning by taking up the relationship between a brand and its values.

Note: We have abrand values PDF worksheetyou can download for free and work with alongside this tutorial.

Values stand at the very core of your brand. Theyre the center from which everything radiatesincluding your brands look (design), message (voice), and relationships (customer service).

And unless youve been living under a rock with no wi-fi connection (which is pretty hard to find these days), Im sure you already know that you need to create a brand around your business.

If youve got not idea how to start thinking of your business as a brand or how having a brand can help your business, you can find out all about it in the following article. (Hint: It involves unicorns!)

If youve already got the basics of branding covered, then you may already know that branding can be quite an involved process. Contrary to what many small business owners tend to think, branding includes a lot more elements and goes way deeper than a simple logo you display on your website and products.

In case you havent gotten that far on your branding knowledge yet, you can learn all about the deeper aspects of branding your business right here:

On the whole, a brand consists of two main external aspects:

Your visual identitywhich includes your logo, colors, and typography.

Your voice identitywhich includes your tagline, tone, and communication styles.

But for a brand to be complete and substantial theres an important third internal aspect that every business owner needs to address before even thinking about designing a logo or coming up with a tagline to stick on every visible surface, and this is your:Brand Values.

Your brand values will help you capture thethree Ps of your brand: Proposition, Personality, and Purpose. Without values to guide you, your brand will seem like just any other businessrather than a distinct and recognizable brandand your growth and sales will suffer as a result.

Interesting question. Does the value of your brand have anything to do with your brand values?

Dont be too quick to say no! And dont be too quick to say yes, either! Lets break things down first so we can see how the two relate.

When we say brand value, we usually think about a monetary sum. How much is your brand worth? For example, a no-name pair of jeans could be worth $19 while a Levis branded pair of jeans could be worth $119. Clearly theres a difference in value based on the brand.

Seth Godin gave a nice definition whenhe wrote:

A brands value is merely the sum total of how much extra people will pay, or how often they choose the expectations, memories, stories and relationships of one brand over the alternatives.

As you can tell, now were getting into deeper ground. A brands value is not simply how much extra people will pay ($100 more for a pair of Levis jeans over an unbranded pair), but also howoftenthey choose that brand and for which reasons.

Example: A branded pair of jeans may cost $119. But if people choose them only once for a matter of prestige but never buy again, then the brand doesnt have much value. No one can survive on one-time customers.

But if lets say, another brand of jeans costs $79, but the people who buy once choose to buy again and again, then this second brand has a far greater value than the first one. Repeat customers are the lifeline of every business.

And repeat business is tightly tied to values.

The CEO of Starbucks, Howard Schultz, nicely summarized the connection when he said:

You dont buy Coke over Pepsi (or vice versa) because it tastes better. It doesnt. And countless studies have shown thatthe difference is all in our brains!

You buy it because you bought either into the happiness brand or the youthfulness brand, depending on which value you consider most important.

For your brand to be valuable,杭州夜网 you dont have to have the most expensive products or services in your industry. Your value gets multiplied every time a customer chooses to come back to you, chooses to do business with you over all the other brands in your industry andchoosesto recommendyourbrand to a friend.

And that choice is tightly connected to yourvalues.

So if you want to create deep and meaningful relationships with your customers that last for years bringing you repeat business and raising the value of your brand, you need to clearly define your brand values so that your audience can have something to connect to. Something to stay loyal to.

The most obvious way, perhaps, to start thinking about your business brand values is by thinking whats important to you and make a list. But theres a danger to this approach: A lot of things sound nice or noble when we think of them in theory.

But choosing standard values like timely, reliable, or trusted wont help you stand out from the crowd in any significant way. Theres no real feeling or emotion behind these words other than that they sound nice. But nice wont get you chosen; it will only get you ignored.

Too many companies want their brands to reflect some idealized, perfected image of themselves. As a consequence their brands acquire no texture, no character. – Richard Branson

So how can you dig deeper with your values so you can go beyond an idealized version of you in a way that goes beyond nice? Forget about idealized perfections. Were talking about discovering the real and raw feelings that connect you (and your brand) to the world!

The best way to do this is to start with things you dont like. Thats because we often experience negative emotions more intensely than positive ones, and we can often articulate far better why we dont like something than why we like something else.

Think about a brand experience you had that you hated. Maybe the customer service was terrible. Maybe the project wasnt done on time. Or maybe it was finished on time, but it was done in a sloppy way. Maybe the company was very typical both in terms of time and quality but left you feeling like you just shook hands with a cold, heartless robot.

Download this free worksheetand fill in your negative experience into the first column of exercise one.

In the second column write the negative emotions or values that the specific experience communicated to you. What are the things, in other words, you like to avoid doing yourself?

In the third column, write the opposite value that youd like your brand to project instead as a way of connecting to your audience.

For example: Lets say that you stay in a glitzy glam hotel on a weekend getaway. Although the hotel is nice and the service good and timely, you didnt like the snobbery of the staff. So you write in column one snobby glitzy hotel stay.

The reason you disliked the experience was that it left you feeling empty and disconnected. You didnt like how the place looked like every other hotel youve ever been to. Plus, you felt like no one there was really interested in you but only in your money. And you write these negative emotions in the second column of your exercise.

So what are the opposite and positive values youd like to project instead? It could be homey, feeling like youve visited a friends house and not a faceless resort. Or friendly, by being made to feel like a valued guest, not simply a paying customer. Or even unique because you value experiences that stand out from the ordinary ones.

And this example isnt entirely imaginary, but it could be how Airbnb came up with brand concept and values of offering unique places to stay with local hosts around the world.

Make your list here starting with the negative brand experiences youve had or would hate to be associated with and turning those into specific positive values youd like to cultivate in your brand. Theres room for fiveon your worksheet, but feel free to experiment around with even more values.

Once you have a list of possible candidates, pick your top three values that mean the most to you and that youd like to focus your energies on.

If your customers were asked to describe your brand in just 2-3 sentences, what would they say about you? What would you want them to say about you?

As business owners, we often get into fancy and elaborate explanations of what we stand for and what we believe in. But no one will be able to remember or repeat that about our business.

When youre promoting your business in any way (through your website, customer service, advertising, etc.), you need to make sure you clearly promote the 2-3 values that you want customers to know about you.

Think about Apple. What are the words that come to your mind?

And its not by accident that we think these things.

During a 1997 presentation to his employees at Apple, Steve Jobs gave the following advice:

To me, marketing is about values. This is a very complicated world, its a very noisy world. And were not going to get the chance to get people to remember much about us. No company is. So we have to be really clear on what we want them to know about us.

In the same presentation, he goes on to say:

What were about isnt making boxes for people to get their job done Apple is about something more than that. Apple at the core Its core values is that we believe that people with passion can change the world for the better.

Thats what Apple believes in, and they make sure to promote those values through every aspect of their brand.

Another great example from a business that started off as a small, online business is Marie Forleo. In herAbout section, Marie writes the following about the purpose and values of her brand:

Im here to serve. My company is built on a bedrock of love, a passion for whats possible and a commitment to be an unstoppable force for good.

Through our free content, our paid online training programs and anything else we might offer were in this to make a difference. To help you build a life that you truly love. A life that is one of a kind, unique and brilliantly tailored for you.

Whether youre starting or growing your business or looking to make a big change in your personal life, were here to help you reach the highest levels of your creative potential and tap into the deepest wisdom within you.

And thats all great for the About page, where a brand gets to elaborate on who it is and what they believe in. But thats not something her audience will remember verbatim or be able to say about the brand.

So what about something shorter? Marie has boiled her business brand values down to this powerful sentence on her homepage:

And thats the essence of her brand: Encouraging others to reach fortheirdreams.

(Which, going back to our first exercise, could have been born out of negative experiences with a lack of support system that helped people discovered their unique gifts and talents.)

Start by elaborating your thoughts inthe second exercise of your worksheeton what the 2-3 values youve selected really mean to you and why. (Aim for something like Maries longer message on her About page, but packed with your values.)

And then try to condense everything into one short and powerful phrase that captures the essence of your brand. What do you stand for?

The most important thing after discovering your core values is staying consistent with them. Everything about your brand, from the colors you use to the logo you choose to the language you speak, have to represent those core values.

A logo isnt a brand. Neither is a slogan. Neither is a color. Nor even an ad.

Consistency is the true brand builder.

If you want to build a brand, you need to stay true to your values and consistent with them. Always.

One entrepreneur whos built a successful personal brand and has then leveraged it to launch an internationally-recognized marketing business is Gary Vaynerchuck. Gary is an outspoken person and a great proponent of hard work and constant hustle.

Just take a look at what his brand looks like across the internet:

The intensity of Garys personality comes through both the dark colors and intense fonts he uses across his brands. Just by looking through his profiles you can tell that hes all about entrepreneurship, leadership, and hustle.

Yet, none of his social media channels looks identical to the other. And thats a very important note to make about consistency. Consistency doesnt mean you have to be the same across all channels or throughout the years. It means that the image you project must be consistent with your core brand values.

In fact, if you scroll back enough into Garys social media channels, you can see how the look and imagery of his brand have evolved through the years to what it is today. The look may have changed, but the brand always remained consistent to core values of entrepreneurship, leadership, and hustle.

Are you staying consistent in the messages your brand puts out?

Once you clearly define your core brand values, it will be much easier to do so and much easier to promote your brand across various channels.

Do the exercises on the worksheet, discover what your brand really stands for, and share your core values with us!

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For the wisdom of this world is foolishness with God. 1 Corinthians 3:19.

When worldly beliefs and influences attack the church they usually arent isolated incidents. The extent of these attacks go far and wide,杭州夜生活 way beyond just one institution. All of our institutions are under assault. Every faculty, every student body and every university within Adventism is being targeted.

But what will bring about the death knell to Seventh-day Adventist seminaries and universities is when the guardians and gatekeepers of these institutions begin to pay nice compliments and show solidarity and appreciation to those who attack our faith. Instead of protecting our schools from these attacks and sounding an alarm of warning when they happen, many are actually welcoming these attacks; and in some cases certain Seventh-day Adventist schools are providing the attackers with a voice and a platform from which to launch their attack on the faith.

Last year Walla Walla Universitys official publication,The Collegian, agreed to dedicate an entire issue to the LGBT+ question. This special issue was a one-sided discussion with 100% pro-LGBT+ essays, editorial and articles.[1]This was done to show inclusiveness and solidarity with its LGBT+ students. When any Seventh-day Adventist institution of higher learning dedicates an entire issue of its official publication that consists of 100% pro-LGBT+ arguments, this is a clear sign that shows where our schools are headed.

1. The Editorial On page 2 of Issue 19 ofTheCollegianthere is an editorial that says that this special issue is meant to provide a more honest discussion on the LGBT+ issue. Then the editorial lashes out against those who show hate towards members of the LGBT+ community. The only problem with this editorial is that the author doesnt mention anything about the anger and hate that is manifested daily by radical LGBT+ activists. Somehow this important detail was conveniently left out. Well, its not a honest discussion when you only mention the hate coming out from one side and portray the other side as the only victims. This is actually showing a LGBT+ bias.

2. Article 1 On page 3 is an article entitled Queer Reflections and was written by an openly gay student who attends WWU. He spends most of his time showing how discriminating SDA institutions (WWU) are. The author wonders if worship services at WWU will become safe places or will they bash people by saying that homosexuality is a sin.

3. Article 2 On page 4 is an article called, Is Gender Variation Possible? The author attempts to show that not everything with regard to sexual development is black and white, or male and female. Unique cases of sexual development are presented with the notion that it may be time to consider more than just two sexual classifications. References are given that present only one side to this debate. You can find studies and experts on both sides to every issues. Sadly, only one side was presented. Here is a link that shows a different perspective the WWU community never received.[2]

4. Article 3 On page 5 is an article entitled LGBTQ+ and Adventism. This article mentions in passing that Seventh-day Adventists do not endorse the LGBT+ community because of certain Bible versus. The author then goes on to show that within Christianity there is more than just one way of interpreting these versus. Then a long, one-sided explanation is given showing how the original Biblical word for homosexuality really means pedophilia. The article explains that modern scholars were the ones who changed the Biblical prohibitions to include homosexuality, but originally, it wasnt there.

Again, only the pro-LGBT+ side is presented. This is the same common argument used by those who support homosexuality, but these arguments are not grounded in Scripture because they reject the clear teachings found in Leviticus 18:22, Leviticus 20:13, Judges 19:22, Matthew 19:4-6, Romans 1:27, Genesis 19:5.

5. Essays On page 5 and 8 you will see different essays written by several LGBT+ students who attend WWU. Some express the hardships they endure while others proclaim that they are gay and love God. Others write about their undeniable genetic disposition to same sex attraction. One essay written by a bisexual student doesnt really know how to put into words the reason for dating both males and females.

This is what Walla Walla University is subjecting its students to. They are introducing them to the same pro-LGBT+ propaganda that youll find in the world. But its not in the world, its being forced upon the minds of Seventh-say Adventist students by WWU.

6. Survey On page 5 a survey was conducted as to whether or not Walla Walla University should acknowledge the LGBT+ community. The survey included in the yes section of the vote the following phrase: Who cares where two consenting adults get their socks off. Were all just people.

Wow! Who cares what two consenting adults do with regards to the LGBT+ question? God cares, and He has expressed His concern and has warned his church about this in the Holy Scriptures. Its time for our leaders to start caring because apperantly they dont care either. This who cares attitude is the same kind of faulty reasoning used by the serpent in the Garden of Eden.

The results of the vote was 53.5% in favor of acknowledging the LGBT+ community while 44.7% voted against it. These numbers are a reflection of the changes that we have been seeing recently in Adventism. It shows you how the next generation of leaders will view the LGBT+ question.

7. Official WWU Statement On page 8 you will read the official statement published by Walla Walla University on the LGBT+ question given by Hilary Catlett, assistant vice president and dean of students at WWU.

The official statement uses the same often quoted words that are selectively chosen to basically say nothing. The statement says that WWU believes that everyone is made in the image of God and that we all share a common human experience.

The statement then says that while WWU seeks to follow the Bible, they recognize that there are different interpretations of Scripture and that there are tensions and disagreements on the LGBT+ subject.

Oh really? Since when has there been disagreements and tensions in Adventism on the LGBT+ question? There never has been. Its the current leadership in many of these institutions who are creating controversy where there never was any controversy.

The WWU official statement on the LGBT+ question then says that WWU desires to create a safe place for all of its students and that the campus will not tolerate hate or violence. The statement ends by saying that all students will be protected.

Lets interpret the words of Hilary Catlett in relation to this special LGBT+ edition ofThe Collegian:

The justification for promoting the LGBT+ movement to the entire Walla Walla University community in the school paper is because of a shared human experience with LGBT+ students. Since we are all made in Gods image and since there are different views of iterpreting the Bible its ok to publish pro-LGBT+ propaganda to everyone.

If you follow this mushy reasoning to its logical conclusion then WWU needs to publish a special issue with a pentagram on its front cover to show solidarity with the occult. There are probably some students who might have some leaning towards horror movies, witches, magic or the occult.

Maybe WWU ought to have a special edition showing the letters KKK on its cover to demonstrate solidarity with the KKK. The KKK has its own views of scripture and they are humans too. Some student may be closeted members of the KKK and we have to be inclusive to all students.

Maybe WWU should have an edition showing a picture of a swastika. They should also be willing to stand in solidarity with neo-Nazis. They are humans too and its possible that not every neo-Nazi is violent.

Or maybe for one week the WWU faculty and students should smoke cigarettes to show solidarity with smokers. Smokers are humans and they are entitled to some form of human dignity and a platform at WWU.

Where does it end? It doesnt. Its one thing to stand in solidarity with sinners and another to stand in solidarity with their SIN by providing a platform to promote a sinful lifestyle in a official publication of a Seventh-day Adventist institution. Ok, I get it, we have to love sinners but why should we promote a godless ideology in what is supposed to be a biblically-based Christian institution? There is no justification for publishing the pro-LGBT+ agenda and values to our young students.

This is how an entire generation becomes lost. We are watching the demise of our own people right before our very eyes. We are seeing the enemy gaining a strong foothold in the church while a clueless, helpless administration does nothing to stop this. It is painful to have to see what is taking place today and even more troubling to have to read what Gods word says about this:

And for this cause God shall send them strong delusion, that they should believe a lie: That they all might be damned who believed not the truth, but had pleasure in unrighteousness. 2 Thessalonians 2:11, 12.

So whats the solution you might ask? Oh yes, there is a solution. The Lord foresaw all of this and He has told us exactly what to do in cases just like this:

If a worldly influence is to bear sway in our school, then sell it out to worldlings, and let them take the entire controlEducation not only affects to a great degree the life of the students in this world, but its influence extends to eternity (Ellen G. White,The Home and Church School Manual, p. 11)

Replace the entire administration, including those in charge of the schools publication because WWU has a continuous pattern/agenda of pushing pro-LGBT+ propaganda.[3]One can only wonder why this is allowed to continue.

If no action is taken then kiss Seventh-day Adventist higher education goodbye. One institution can affect all the other ones. Yes, one bad apple spreading bad theology can spoil the entire barrel:

Know ye not that a little leaven leaveneth the whole lump? 1 Corinthians 5:6.

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Bobby Samari, 30, originally from Sheffield and now living in Newton-Le-Willows, started his successful company by selling a single t-shirt, which he bought for 10 and sold on eBay for 15.

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The brand now occupies a 25,000 square foot warehouse in Mancheser and the projected turnover for 2019 stands at 20,000 million.

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Bobby who reinvested every penny that he made from selling on eBay before opening his standalone online shop, told of the little-known challenges of running a rapidly growing business.

He said: I decided to explore the online market and in October 2015, I started selling t-shirts on eBay and Amazon just to generate some income, before expanding into more womenswear.

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Bobbys fast fashion brand has gained a celebrity following since Love Islands Jessica Shears (pictured) wore a dress from Femme Luxes 99p collection to a party

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The first item Bobby debuted to customers from a wholesaler was a multiway bodysuit (pictured) which was bought for 5 and sold for 20

Bobby made around 10,杭州百花坊000 from selling on eBay, which allowed him to invest some money into the website build and start selling from there, alongside the eBay and Amazon platforms.

The first piece I bought from a wholesaler for the website was a multiway bodysuit, which I bought for 5 and sold for 20 I then used these profits to buy more stock. Its a popular one as it can be styled in so many different ways.

He added:The site went from five people online to 50 people online and products were selling out more and more quickly, he explained. Thats when we knew there was demand for the product we were putting out.

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However, it hasnt been an easy journey for the entrepreneur who has encountered many teething issues along the way.

Bobby explained how difficulties storing the products took its toll on his relationship and living conditions.

One of the first problems was having the space to hold all of the product, he explained. I started off in my bedroom then extended into the spare room and garage before we got a warehouse, which wasnt easy.

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Many celebrities have been seen in Bobbys successful fashion range – including TOWIE star Lauren Pope

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Chloe sims also donned a one shoulder black jumpsuit from the Femme Luxe range – which only fueled sales

I bought towel rails from Ikea and put them up around my spare bedroom, to store the stock and make sure it was in good condition when it got sent out to customers.

He continued: By April there was no longer enough room in the bedroom and we had to convert the garage into a mini warehouse with all the same racking as the bedroom plus extra racking to fill it all.

Speaking about the challenges of having to store stock further from home he added: I was in a relationship that meant commuting back and forth from Sheffield to Warrington.

Provided by Associated Newspapers LimitedBobby (pictured) made around 10,000 from selling on eBay before investing in his own brand Femme Luxe which has now turned over around 11 million in sales Provided by Associated Newspapers LimitedBobby (pictured with Hannah) who now employs over 60 employees revealed his inspiration for the brand often comes from InstagramMy partner couldnt move away from the North West due to her father having Alzheimers and dementia, so I decided to move to the North West and knew I had to make a success of living there rather than South Yorkshire.

Bobby particularly cites early 2017 as a big turning point for his brand, as thats when he moved over to just the dedicated website.

eBay and Amazon were no longer our big business generators, he explained. We had more sales coming through the site than either of those platforms, so it just made sense.

Provided by Associated Newspapers LimitedBobby (pictured right with his fiance Hannah M Brownrigg) began his brand by selling clothes such as t-shirts on eBay and AmazonIn November 2018, Love Islands Jess Shears was photographed wearing a dress from Femme Luxes 99p collection.

The brand has since gained a celebrity following with Lauren pope, Yasmine from TOWIE and Chloe Sims, among other fans.

Bobby, who now employs over 60 employees, revealed he finds inspiration on social media.

Provided by Associated Newspapers LimitedBobby (pictured left with a friend) urges others to follow their dreams but to carefully identify a USP as the fast fashion industry has become heavily saturatedA lot of our inspiration is taken from Instagram we keep an eye on trends within both the celebrity and influencer spheres and create our own unique take on them, he explained.

I would say that if you have a dream, you should most definitely follow it. However, come equipped with a strong idea and to be prepared to work very hard.

The fast fashion market in particular has become heavily saturated so you need to identify what your USP is and what you can offer customers that sets you apart.

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