Updated on August 10, 2017 by admin
It’s all about the right way you should ask him for money or gifts. Rich men are happy to provide for their sugar babies, lovers, mistresses and they know they are expected to. If dating sugar daddies is your primary means of income, then read on for six successful tips and mind games that can help you with getting more out of the relationship. Even if you already have a monthly allowance, there are always ways to get a little extra.
Important thing to remember is that you cannot be obvious about it. You need to set the mood for him to spend the money or buy you things of his own free will, maybe even make him think it’s his own idea. Be creative.
1. Show interest in sport cars, learn to talk about cars, about hp, torque, latest high-end models.
The intention of course is to get him to buy you a new car. Have a few car magazines spread on the table when he arrives, ask him for advice on financing a lease etc, make car jokes. If he has a sport car ask to drive and be enthusiastic about it. Keep it up and in a month’s time you’ll be driving your own.
2. Show interest in some course or seminar, like massage, playing a guitar, creative writing etc, something that you genuinely want.
You want to get him to pay you for the course. Talk about it with passion, mention how you envy a friend that is very good at it. If all else fails, watch TV shows on that subject when he wants to watch football. Make sure he gets the message.
3. Get him to buy you a new dress so he will look better with you
At the end of the day, rich men are largely driven by vanity. He wants to have a bigger home than his neighbor has, better car than his colleague on work, prettier girl than his boss’s date. So play that angle, but make sure to comment on how good the other man looks with his date, not how good the woman herself looks. You want to get him to envy the other guy and then show off by showering you with expensive gifts you can wear.
4. Say you miss your relatives that happen to live far away.
You haven’t seen your aunt Marry for such a long time, you wonder how much little Jeffrey has grown. Ask him to come with you, chances are he won’t be interested but he will buy you a first-class ticket to go there and back again. Enjoy the trip.
5. Ask him how he manages his money and how he became so successful
The point is to get him to open a savings account for you and teach you how to invest and reinvest your savings. Most banks offer higher interest rates if your account is higher, try to get your sugar daddy to put some money in your …
Updated on August 10, 2017 by admin
Firms desiring to enter international business face several obstacles; some are much more severe than others. The most common barriers to effective business are cultural, social, and political barriers, and tariffs and trade restrictions.
The first one to effective business is the cultural and social barriers. A nation’s culture and social forces can restrict international business activities. Culture consists of a country’s general concepts and values and tangible items such as food, clothing, and building. Social forces include family, education, religion and customs. Selling products from one country to another is sometimes difficult when the cultures of the two countries differ significantly. For example, when McDonald’s opened its first restaurant in Rome, it was met with protest. The people of Rome objected to the smell of hamburgers frying. McDonald’s overcame this objection by changing the exhaust system of the restaurant.
The second barrier is the social forces that can create obstacles to international trade. In some countries, purchasing items as basic as food and clothing can be influenced by religion. In many nations, individuals do not have the same choices in food, clothing, and health care.
The third one is political barriers. The political climate of a country can have a major impact on international business. Nations experiencing intense political unrest may change their attitude toward foreign firms at any time; this instability creates an unfavorable atmosphere for international trade.
The last one is the tariffs and trade restrictions. Tariffs and trade restrictions are also barriers to international business. A nation can restrict trade through import tariffs, quotas and embargoes, and exchanges controls.…