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Demanding Respect For Your Business!

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I originally posted this on TNCN earlier this year, but it is still very relevant today.

This is my first blog post in a long while. Today, I would like to talk about demanding respect for your business, in whatever you do. Whether you are running a blog, podcast, creating apps, craft beer, food, or even if you are mowing lawns. Whatever it is you are doing, this is your business, and your reputation, your blood, sweat, and tears got you some level of success to this point.

From my standpoint, any success that I have had with TNC.Network I can attribute some of it to help from my family and friends. My friends care about my business, are concerned about its failure and champion its success.

More than-likely, your friends do respect your busines, and at least understand how your business integrity and reputation are valuable, and important to your company’s future and treat it as such.

There are, however, times when this is not the case. A person who claims to be a friend and doesn’t have your business’s best interest at heart.

Thinking about the work you put into your busines, you’ve also considered this, your company’s branding. This shows your hard work and dedication. With you branding, you have, successfully and deservedly earned trust of your clientele.

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If you are running a media business like a blog, podcast, or a video channel and you are dealing with sponsors, or you are receiving product to review, movie or theater passes, or you are getting press passes to cover special events, means that these venues and companies are entrusting you and your brand with their success.

With that said, lets circle back to friendship and respecting your business or brand. Running TNC Network, I worked hard on branding and the blogs reputation, when someone entrusts me with their branding it is important to treat it with the respect they deserve, with integrity and professionalism.

Let’s focus on press passes… covering events for TNC, I occasionally get press passes for events, which means that the venue is entrusting my news-blog to cover the event professionally and as a member of the press. It is not, however, an avenue for someone to just enter for free, or act like a fake VIP and take advantage of a situation. Also, while at the event, we must follow the rules, no matter what you think about them or dislike them.

In 2018, I had an incident happen within our company where the person who supposedly representing us at a local event purposely didn’t follow the rules and now, we are seemingly blacklisted from getting press passes from that venue. Lesson learned… Good friends understand how important your company’s reputation is to its brand.

Now, I am careful with press passes and how I issue them within the company for coverage. I don’t issue them for your benefit, they are for the company’s trust and reputation… Good friend realize that.


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Rod is a blogger, writer, filmmaker, photographer, daydreamer who likes to cook. Rod produces and directs the web series, CUPIC: Diary of an Investigator. He is also the editor, producer and administrator of TNC Network.

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Splash Mountain at Disneyland is Closing… What’s next?

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As Splash Mountain closes, it will undergo a transformation into Tiana’s Bayou Adventure, a whimsical attraction inspired by The Princess and the Frog.

Splash Mountain at Disneyland By Cd637 at English Wikipedia, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=58648866

Splash Mountain is a log ride at Disneyland and Tokyo Disneyland. It was formerly located in Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom before closing in January 2023. The ride is based on the animated sequences of the 1946 Disney film Song of the South. Although there are variations in the story and features between the two locations, each installation begins with a peaceful outdoor float-through that leads to indoor dark ride segments, with a climactic steep drop into a “briar patch” followed by an indoor finale. The drop is 52.5 feet.

In June 2020, it was announced that the U.S. versions of the ride would be receiving a new theme based on Disney‘s 2009 film The Princess and the Frog. The new ride, which will be titled Tiana’s Bayou Adventure, is scheduled to open at Disneyland and Magic Kingdom in late 2024. The Magic Kingdom version of Splash Mountain closed on January 23, 2023. The closing date for the Disneyland version has yet to be announced. (wikipedia)

Links:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Splash_Mountain

https://ktla.com/news/california/when-will-disneylands-splash-mountain-close-for-good-theme-park-bloggers-weigh-in/

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https://disneyland.disney.go.com/attractions/disneyland/splash-mountain/

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Something Different? Opposite Day!

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Celebrate every kid’s favorite day at school, as an adult – Opposite Day!

Day Opposite National on January 25th celebrates a fun day of switcher-roos. What better way than to not celebrate? We don’t really mean that, or do we?

Good morning, or is it good night? Hello, or is it goodbye? I am cold, or am I hot?

The aim of the day is to have fun all day long saying exactly the opposite of what you really mean. This day has kids rejoicing everywhere. It is also a great day for adults to play along and break out of the winter blues. Maybe we should have dinner for breakfast and breakfast for dinner! (National Day Calendar)

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Link: https://nationaldaycalendar.com/national-opposite-day-january-25/

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Watching the birds on NATIONAL BIRD DAY

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Nature lovers, bird lovers, and bird watchers across the country annually recognize National Bird Day on January 5th. It’s also one of several designated holidays celebrating birds. 

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#NationalBirdDay

Born Free USA emphasizes the importance of National Bird Day and lists it as a day to shine a spotlight on issues critical to the protection and survival of birds, both captive and wild.

According to Born Free USA, nearly 12 percent of the world’s almost 10,000 bird species are in danger of extinction.

HOW TO OBSERVE NATIONAL BIRD DAY

There are several ways to celebrate this day.

  • Pick up a bird identification book. It will help you learn about species in your area and identify those frequenting your bird feeders.
  • Enhance the attraction of your backyard. Add feeders, shelter, and more. Learn what birds in your area like to eat and watch them flock to your sanctuary.
  • Donate to a bird sanctuary or aviary dedicated to improving the survival of endangered birds.
  • While you’re learning about all the fantastic species, visit an aviary. Also, a botanical garden, zoo, or conservation area may offer close-up viewing of some of the more exotic species you’ve never seen before.

For more information visit: https://nationaldaycalendar.com/national-bird-day-january-5/

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