mad these boys are absolutely loving our new handy tools!😍 right now Eddie is super into imaginary play, “going on adventures”. They are having so much fun with our @nebotools ! This flashlight is amazinggg! It is rechargeable so no more batteries! 🙌🏼 and the smaller one is great to keep on hand for whatever may come about! Eddie likes to make forts for him and his brother so they can read and play in the dark! The other item I really liked was the mini flashlight with an alarm on it! This is perfect for night time and when I’m alone with the boys. Thank you @nebotools ❤️ .
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i take pictures in my dreams... •this was my first camera•
someone saw my passion for photography & my drive (aries)
& gave me $200 to buy this camera •
There have been many debates about the use of personal Facebook account for business purposes.
Some people don't like mixing work and play, some find it inappropriate to talk about business on their personal account while others don't mind spreading their work around a little more.
And many entrepreneurs and marketers also tell us that Facebook doesn't allow talking business on your personal account.
And indeed it's against the Facebook Terms to use your profile to represent something other than yourself (example: your business), and you could permanently lose access to your account if you don't convert it to a Page.
In the Facebook Terms, however, they don't explicitly say that you aren't allowed to use your personal Facebook account. In fact, they go on to state that they want people to use Facebook to express themselves and to share content that is important to them, but not at the expense of the safety and well-being of others or the integrity of their community. For many of us, our work represents who we are.
I am not advocating for unethical social media use or breaking someone's rules. However, I want to show you how the lines between personal life and business operation are often almost non-existent. It's possible that this is something you have been feeling in your work as well.
What I think this conversation is about isn't the Facebook rules, really. This is about people's individual perception of their business and business in general.
I talk a lot about my business on my personal Facebook account however I never sell anything but showcase my leadership. My personal Facebook account illustrates who I am and what I stand for. My business is a manifestation of that.
Over a decade long career I’ve watched social media change lives. And I've also been watching bad or confused marketers and entrepreneurs give empty promises on social media.
I talk about all of the above on my personal social media account because this is who I am and this is what matters to me and it's a huge part of my business and the work I do!
According to Facebook, this is what personal accounts are for.
This post is brought to you by Naturdays! When you use the wrong roll pin punch and mangle the roll pin for the bolt catch, you naturally try to back it out from the other end with the same punch that got you in this predicament in the first place. That ensures you mushroom the pin in the worst possible place ever. Getting it out wasn’t going to happen without a dremel, I’m afraid. So I ground it down to nothing and then yanked it out. So after I hemmed myself up with the wrong punches, I immediately ordered the right ones for the bolt catch. They are cupped to encase the pin rather than shaped with a ball at the end that can spread the pin open and mushroom it. So this won’t happen again. Rookie move and I have built several AR’s now. You live and you learn! And yes I scuffed up the receiver a little, but that’s the cost of getting myself into this situation. It’ll still shoot, so it’s no big deal. And that 1776 lower is a limited production run I can’t buy again. If I would have trashed it, I would have been very pissed at myself. . #guns#bang#ar15#rollpin#dremel#tools#2ndamendment#pro2a#aeroprecision#aerolower#lowerreceiver#223#shooting#rifle#buildit#itsmorefun even when you fuck up. #builtnotbought#naturdays#longrifle#aerorifle
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I did some experiments with backgrounds for photos. This black one didn’t work as I had hoped. Even though it’s a matte paint, it’s still too reflective and gives nowhere merat the dark background I was after. Is cloth/fabric a better option? Or do I need to find a better paint? #handtools#tools#we ♥️tools #toolporn#toolphotography#toolphotos#germantools
Digital torque wrench. Pretty slick. Follow 👉@industrial.gadgets for more.
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