Joseph Bismark: Spiritual Entrepreneur

 

There are certain advantages and disadvantages that come with being an entrepreneur. As a matter of fact, being an entrepreneur is not for everyone. In order to be an entrepreneur and be successful, one has to be a self starter. One also has to be very diligent. An entrepreneur is rarely paid by the hour, but more by the task. The advantage to that is the sense of freedom. An entrepreneur is also more likely to do what he enjoys and get paid for it. Joseph Bismark is one of those entrepreneurs who successfully leave a mark. Joseph Bismark is also very spiritual in his approach according to the article that I have read on the WordPress blog called Newsom Thing Was Going Down.

His spirit as an entrepreneur has amazed many people who have got to experience his way of conducting business. One thing that they notice about him is that he is very positive as well as creative. This has propelled him to a very successful career. His ideas have brought about huge profits not only in business, but in areas such as spiritual, relational and emotional growth. Considering the demands and the stress of the corporate world, it is very surprising to see someone not cave into the demands and the pressure of the world. 

Spirituality, great work relationships, peace of mind, brotherhood and other related concepts are often forgotten in the storm of competitive businesses. The fast paced world of business can often cause people to shut down and burn out due to there being little time to refresh. Also, many people in the corporate world do not know how to refresh themselves. As a result, they get burned out by the rat race. Fortunately, Joseph Bismark has proven that spirituality and business can work well together and bring about a lot of success.

FCC Fines AT&T for the Misleading Consumers About Unlimited Data Plans

Have you realized all the major cellular providers have been fined by the FCC for those little white lies? Well, AT&T Wireless has been fined $100 million dollars by the FCC for misleading consumers about their “unlimited” data plans, that were really limited.

“Unlimited” anything is such an alluring amenity that it makes a lot of people gain your trust and sing your praises, until you find out you’ve been punked.

Back in 2007, AT&T marketed their unlimited data plans, especially for the iPhones, which tend to mean unrestricted to the majority of consumers. But according to the FCC, AT&T modified those unlimited plans by restricting and slowing down transmission speeds, and of course, they never notified customers.

Once customers reached a certain level of data usage, AT&T slowed their connection, ignored complaints, and charged outrageous penalties for cancelling a contract says chiropractor Brian Torchin.

AT&T ended their “unlimited” and unfriendly data plans in 2010 and introduced metered billing to customers. Data usage was capped for all of their plans at 2 gigabytes, and heavy users paid an additional $10 per gigabyte.

By the way, in 2012, LifeHacker spelled it out in a report, “what unlimited really meant among the carriers.”

In the end, AT&T claims they properly disclosed their policy of reducing data speeds to customers, but FCC said OK, show us.

Final statement from the FCC – “unlimited means unlimited.”