Sayed Sayedy describes Training, coaching and mediation as an independent approach for individual problem solving

Photo of Sayed Sayedy

Photo of Sayed Sayedy

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What is training? What is coaching? What is mediation?

MüNCHEN, BAYERN, DEUTSCHLAND, May 31, 2021 / — What is training?
The term training is probably the term most frequently encountered in a sporting context. There it means „training” or „trying out“ with the aim of improving oneself. Here it has a very similar meaning. It is a question of training and the transfer of knowledge. In contrast to coaching, in training tips and clarifications are permitted; they are valuable and target-oriented. „The aim is for me to pass on to you knowledge and competences that I have acquired as a trainer“, makes the point Mr. Sayed Sayedy.

What is coaching?
Coaching does not involve giving you advice and explaining to you how you can best shape your life, because you yourself can best decide what is right for you. But everybody can find themselves in situations they are not happy with. And it can often be very hard to find a way out by oneself. „My task as a coach is therefore to support you actively in such situations and in your search for the right solutions“, thus, Mr. Sayed Sayedy emphasized in his role as a Life Coach. To this purpose he works with systematics and methods individually tailored to your needs. It is most emphatically not his task as a coach to give my clients advice or even guidance; rather he is happy to support them so that they can feel contented in themselves, to trust in their own strength and to experience more connectivity and appreciation.“ Mr. Sayed Sayedy wants them to feel fulfilled and happy in the present, so that they can look gratefully back to the past and confidently forward into the future. That is his goal in coaching.

What is mediation?
With the help of mediation a conflict can be dealt with very specifically. „In contrast to coaching, where I can search for solution options with only one person involved in the conflict, in mediation it is important that all the parties to the conflict take part in the process”, this is the perspective of Mr. Sayed Sayedy as a mediator. As a mediator he plays a neutral role here. This means that he do not decide which party is in the right, but accompany them on the path to solutions to which all parties can say „yes“.

Bio of Sayed Sayedy: Born in Parwan, Afghanistan, in 1992, he studied sociology and social work in Parwan. While at school and university he worked as a helper and activist for the empowerment of young persons and worked as a trainer at the Institute for International Cooperation of the German Adult Education Association (Deutscher Volkshochschul-Verband) until 2013. From 2001 to 2014 he worked as a translator and intercultural facilitator for the international NATO security force ISAF, where he also trained as an IT specialist.

Together with his mother he campaigned for human rights and especially for women‘s rights. This is why he had to leave his homeland and came to Munich at the start of 2015. During this time, too, he was active as a cultural facilitator to minimize difficulties and misunderstandings.

He is currently studying „Training and Development” at the University of Salzburg and is working as a freelance trainer and communications coach in the intercultural field. He is working full-time for the project „HEROES – Against Suppresion in the Name of Honour“ in Munich and in a voluntary capacity as a migration and integration counselor. He assists refugees in asylum matters or with integration on the job market. He is also active for „KINO ASYL“, „UNSER.FILM“, and supports educational and civilian peace projects in Afghanistan and Cambodia.

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Mental Health as a Process: Neuroplasticity and Profiles of Recovery

Reach Out Together Founder, CEO & bestselling author, Aanchal Vashistha

Reach Out Together Founder, CEO & bestselling author, Aanchal Vashistha

Reach Out Together is an ever-growing organization, reaching out globally.

Reach Out Together recruits mental health ambassadors from across the world.

July 12, 2021, marks the fifth annual World Reach Out Together Day.

This year’s eight-hour event marks the fifth annual World Reach Out Together Day.

Professionals from Costa Rica to London, England share their journeys of recovery and thoughts on what that takes.

TORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, May 31, 2021 / — Neuroplasticity. Neurodiversity. These two concepts of mental health and how to approach it both treat mental health as an ongoing evolutionary process, rather than a static “thing” to be protected. For Toronto-based not-for-profit Reach Out Together Foundation, an ongoing dialogue to break stigma is part of that personal and social evolution.

A Functional Trauma Therapist in Uvita, Costa Rica, Cassandra Hope’s health advocacy draws from both personal and professional experience.

Speaking with Aanchal Vash in Toronto-based not-for-profit Reach Out Together Foundation’s weekly Mental Health Impact Series, she describes an unhealthy lifestyle she had while bartending full-time in her 20s, and how she knew she needed something to ground her.

At first, that was bodybuilding and competitive fitness. However, constant comparison to others developed into body dysmorphia and related chronic health issues.

A turning point for Hope was attending the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition. Drawing from this experience and new knowledge as a Registered Holistic Nutritionist, she and a partner established the IBS Academy, a platform dedicated to helping those living with chronic IBS and depression.

Noticing a high relapse rate, she turned to research on autonomic nervous system dysregulation, or in simple terms, “how the brain rewires itself in the wake of trauma and abuse.”

She describes trauma as “anything that is too much, too fast, too soon,” evoking the gut-brain connection and what unhealthy eating habits can do to our state of mind.

Following trauma, the pre-frontal cortex triggering a fight-or-flight response to anything triggering traumatic memories is one aspect of “neuroplasticity.”

“The brain is plastic. We can reroute neural pathways…if we’re shown how,” says Hope. While our brains rewire after trauma in ways meant to help us adapt, that rewired brain can then continue to be rewired to ensure healthy long-term adaptation.

Overcoming the stigma from our networks and moving past the internalized stigma of shame is crucial for helping our brains to adapt, Hope says.

“Shame is unfortunately a pathological response. When we are in shame and when we have societal noise that is telling us [to be ashamed]…coming forward and asking for help is a very vulnerable thing.”

Asking for help is difficult, she says, when we aren’t taught how to go about it, or that there are changeable neurological patterns, not personal moral failings, behind unhealthy responses to trauma.

Her advice for those working through trauma is, “Recovery is possible. It’s science! It’s not whether you’re worthy or not.”

For Kate Vrastak, a Cornwall, Ontario-based Social Service Worker who coaches clients in trauma recovery, both lived and professional experience show this to be true.

“Our mindset controls our behaviour,” she says.

At 13 years old, Vrastak suddenly lost her family.

“I was only 13 when I became an orphan, and I decided that my life did not stop. It only began,” she says.

“I could’ve easily given up, but I chose to say ‘No, my life is worth it and there’s a reason why I’m still here,’ and I want to give hope to others out there.”

Similar to Hope’s focus on changing neural pathways to alter our habitual response to triggers of trauma, Vrastak says our subconscious inner dialogue, or “neurolinguistic programming”, plays a crucial role. Being able to mentally revisit events from our impressionable early years to let go of lingering raw emotions and “limiting beliefs”, she explains, is a key part of recovery.

Limiting beliefs are feelings that hold us back, such as fear, shame, or guilt. Vrastak says our inner dialogue can contribute to them, but so can our environment and our network. There’s a role, she says, for community support through foundations such as Reach Out Together Foundation.

Her advice for organizations and anyone supporting a person in their life through trauma? “Show love, validate and listen. Don’t be judgmental.”

Garth Peters, a Mental Fitness Coach living in the U.K., speaks briefly about limiting beliefs. To him, they’re a “challenge” to be overcome in our journeys of recovery.

Peters’s limiting beliefs came in the wake of a brutal attack that left his jaw detached, and the details of which he knows not from memory but from journaling a meeting with a detective after the fact. His then-partner, Lisa, who had been living with a mental illness also passed away to suicide following the attack.

Yet a year later he’d become a Mental Fitness Coach, sharing his message of resilience, faith, acceptance and self-care to help others rebuild from trauma and lost confidence.

“The most powerful thing that helped me shift was acceptance,” he says.

Peters says we each control our own responses to events, but he credits a range of support for their role in his recovery. His family’s knowledge of nutrition, the professionals who encouraged him to pursue counselling training, and a friend in a coffee shop who shared his own story with Peters each played their part in encouraging him to open up and to take steps for his well-being.

“Mindset is key for me,” Peters says, adding his mindset is reflected in his ability to help others.

“I realized how good it felt when I did things the right way…I realized I wanted to help other people.”

For each of these professionals, mental health is a matter of practice and continual work. Each has a unique personal journey, but all overlap in a pursuit of motivation, breaking stigma, and collective mental health.

Reach Out Together Foundation’s aim, says founder Aanchal Vash, is to continue telling these stories, promoting mental well-being “community by community, conversation by conversation.”

For this, there are many more stories to be told.

Reach Out Together Foundation’s work continues with an eight-hour event planned for July 12, World Reach Out Together Day. In memory of founder Aanchal Vash’s brother Tushar, the day will include four panel discussions involving professionals speaking on a range of mental health topics. Tickets are now available on EventBrite.

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Reach Out Together Foundation
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OMBRE ET LUMIERE (Between the darkness and the light) Peter CONRAD

Peter Conrad . Couleur Blues

PARIS, 75000, FRANCE, May 31, 2021 / — Peter Conrad is a French blues songwriter and singer. Peter has been singing his own blues songs in French for many years.

He has begun a musical partnership with the guitarist and composer Norbert Miguel to produce four EPs.

Here is Peter’s new record, named « Couleurs blues » including four true blues songs.

All lyrics are written by Peter while all musics are composed by Norbert Miguel.
Check out « Ombre et lumière » (Between the darkness and the light), a song that Peter wrote after the death of George Floyd, to protest against police brutal actions.

Peter has been travelling the USA many times ; he is very much concerned about what is going on over there and that’s why he really wanted to take a stand.

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Non Profit Launches Business Pandemic Preparedness System

Press Conference June 1st, 2021, 11:00 am EST; the world needs pandemic preparedness, sustainability, and universal safe business practices.

We have to change the narrative. We need to take the politics out of our governance. We need to come together as a community if we are to be successful.”

— Steve Anderson

TORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, May 31, 2021 / — Over the past year, SmALL businesses have felt helpless, hopeless, unsupported, and confused. Witnessing the pain and challenges felt and faced by honest, hardworking people in our communities, it became very clear we MUST take action. This sparked the inception of the organization called Social Distance Management (SDM).

Edward Henry Company (EHCO) has made the decision to give away all licensing rights and intellectual property of SDM, which includes Social Distance Advisory (SDA), Social Distance Compliance (SDC) systems, and research to SmALL Business is Essential (SBE).

SDM believes that all businesses need universal compliance measures to operate safely during a pandemic and other unprecedented times. By having access to these practical systems, SBE will have the resources it needs to develop the support for all businesses. ALL businesses are essential, and business continuity is the focus. Any opportunities managed from these systems will help all businesses secure and implement adequate steps to stay open, thrive, and have their voices heard.

The Journey of Social Distance Management

In March of 2020, EHCO started SDM with a mission to stand by businesses. Two months later, on May 11, 2020, with extensive research, collaboration and data collection, they released their first version of universal compliance standards.

Under SDM, sub-resources, including SDA and SDC systems, were established to display universal compliance guidelines and assess the threat levels in specific areas to protect the population. The idea to start SDM came from the utmost care about people and businesses, not from a political approach. Universal health measures and the life of our economy are not two isolated conversations. It is ONE conversation.

To contribute to the information gathered, in July of 2020, a Research Internship was formed to discover and outline details on various businesses in Canada and the United States. The outcome of the research included details which contributed to SDC, such as further development of safety protocols, requirements for operation, compliance measures, capacity limits, and PPE requirements. SDM used the data collection to create additional tools, such as self-assessment audits that provide a checklist for what businesses need to stay compliant and operate safely.

Taking its cue from other systems such as ISO, Homeland Security, The World Health Organization, and research from John Hopkins University, SDM developed its Advisory system. This system was developed with the intent to assist businesses and communities in preparing for crises and mitigating restrictions. “There needs to be accountability to the decisions that are being made that affect our small businesses,” said President of EHCO, Edward Henry.

The Advisory system narrows in on the WHO’s Pandemic Phases and the Homeland Security system and uses five levels of risk and threat: low, moderate, substantial, severe, and critical. The colors associated include green, blue, yellow, orange, and red. Each phase clearly defines which business practices, products, and services are considered essential and non-essential and the types of businesses permitted to open during each phase. The Advisory system is currently in the process of implementing data from John Hopkins University, along with data collected by other reputable models.

Despite the aforementioned systems, resources, and extensive research to support our findings, ambiguous guidelines still remain. Therefore, businesses are left without genuine reasons as to why they cannot safely reopen and recover.

A Multi-faceted Problem Requires Innovative Solutions

Stand By SmALL Businesses and Our Communities

SmALL Business is Essential

After spending some time in the development phase, SDM ventured out and sought support from government officials and local politicians. After COUNTLESS meetings and constantly being redirected elsewhere, it was time to take drastic action. Edward Henry states, “Limited power is not an excuse for not doing the right thing.” This year has been about a lot of the wrong things, and in the beginning, SDM was seen as a profit-making opportunity, and taking advantage of a terrible situation. The lack of change cannot continue. Coming together as a collective unit is essential.

For sustainable change to happen, SDM’s resources need to be placed in the right hands. They need to be placed with an organization that isn’t narrow minded, but bilateral with its thinking so sectors, such as health and business can come together. SBE is a not-for-profit association that operates based on three core pillars: pandemic preparedness, sustainability, and safe business practices. SBE aims to collectively arm small businesses with the support, protection, and resources needed to operate safely while envisioning economic recovery and stability through business unity.

This pandemic is not just a small business problem; it’s a world problem. The government’s attempt to segregate businesses into non-essential and essential classifications created ambiguity. This ambiguity initiated the thought that, not some, but ALL businesses are essential. As EHCO releases all of its SDM systems, traffic, assessment, and auditing models to SBE, a new leadership position begins. SBE’s goals encompass the severity of the issue at hand, which is why there is no better person for the job than Steve Anderson. As a Social Entrepreneur, Olympic Gold Medal Coach, and Community Champion, Anderson takes over as President of the not-for-profit association SBE. Edward Henry states, “My choice to recruit Steve Anderson was because of his character, coaching background, competitive nature to overcome challenges, and his experience with a multi-faceted range of individuals.” Speaking to Anderson’s character, he doesn’t make excuses. Steve is a good man, and SBE needs his character to bring everyone together.

Along with Anderson’s motivating character, he is the first African American to coach an Olympic team in indoor or beach volleyball and the first to win an Olympic Gold Medal in either practice. Anderson is highly committed to being the driving force behind SBE to support ALL businesses. He, along with the efforts of SBE, will pave the way towards a better normal.

Our current actions reflect our future results. If we don’t continue putting in effort and showing our care for our businesses, we will continue losing pieces of our community and, in turn, our economy. Small businesses have experienced unfair measures and restrictions, putting them at risk for permanent closure. Continuous lockdowns are not a solution. “This current pandemic has cost over $20 trillion because we were not prepared,” said Edward Henry. The definition of insanity is to perform the same actions and expect different results. “We will do this over again if we don’t start changing the way we do things,” he added. The focus needs to be on Social Distance Compliance and universal protocols to preserve business continuity. If we want an improved normal, we need to stand by SmALL businesses and our communities. There is no better time than now to help businesses transition from lockdowns and longer than expected restrictions.

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A New Startup Aim To Help You Improve Your General Knowledge – Meet  Logo

Crowds Trivia Logo

The platform utilized Edutainment, gamification, smart algorithm, and a personal dashboard, together with the wisdom of the crowd.

We set out to create the most entertaining prototype of a trivia quiz game by combining the fun of traditional trivia quiz games with the Wisdom of the Crowd and science-based best practices.”

— Eden Bitton

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, May 31, 2021 / — The startup Crowds Trivia ( ) will enter the 2nd stage of development. Crowds Trivia is a new online gaming platform with a holistic approach that utilizes Edutainment (education & entertainment) in a trivia quiz gaming platform, with a goal to help users get smarter. The founders will take their initial prototype and enter the 2nd stage to develop the intelligent algorithm and the personal dashboard.
Most trivia quizzes use information and data that is of little practical value. Crowds Trivia is creating a trivia quiz platform that actually makes us smarter. These quizzes will tap into the Wisdom of The Crowd — the idea that we are collectively smarter than individual experts when it comes to solving problems and making predictions.
The platform will include personalized insights, rewards, and crowd comparisons to improve general knowledge and gain essential life skills to make the trivia quizzes more fun. It will include as well the quiz of the day that will be one of the main features to expand the knowledge of the users.
Nobody had done that before, so we will work with mathematical formulas and apply our computing engineering backgrounds to create quizzes based on science.
For now, you can check the prototype of the platform at
Eden Bitton, CEO & co-founder, said: “We set out to create the most entertaining prototype of a trivia quiz game by combining the fun of traditional trivia quiz games with the Wisdom of the Crowd. To make the trivia quizzes more valuable for the user, we continue to develop a personalized dashboard with insights, recommendations, rewards, and crowd comparisons to improve general knowledge and grow the users’ intelligence. Bottom-line, Most trivia quizzes use information and data that is of little practical value. We want each of our trivia quizzes actually to make the user smarter.”

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Crowds Trivia – Get Smarter & Grow Your Intelligence (Improve Your General Knowledge)

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Green Academy Summer “Esprit de Corps” for High School Students Starts on June 15

“Esprit de Corps” 2021 Summer Session

Honor, enthusiasm, and devotion are the merits attained through the Green Academy youth virtual environmental conservation community-based program.

UNITED STATES, May 31, 2021 / — Top U.S. environmental educators lead students through the Green Academy six-week virtual cohort mentorship program with an emphasis on completion of community service. The sustainability topics covered engage registrants with an introductory understanding of Synergy, Food & Land, Energy, Air, Water, and People. The program schedule is twice weekly, Tuesdays and Fridays, or Wednesdays and Fridays from 5 – 6 p.m. in all U.S. Time Zones. Students achieve incentive prize packs, a Green Academy Certificate, and a letter of recommendation for colleges and employers.

Dr. Pamela Ellis, founder of Books Motivate Foundation, and sponsor of Green Academy quotes Arthur Fletcher, “A mind is a terrible thing to waste.” After the pandemic, Dr. Ellis observed, “We really need to encourage high school students to continue to dream big and prepare themselves for a good quality of life that they deserve as well as their families and communities. The Green Team of U.S. environmental educators for the 2021 Summer Session have professional and community experiences to build student empowerment.”

The current roster of featured environmental summer educators include: Ranger Vicki Randolph, West Jefferson, NC; Tori Sindorf, Ithaca, NY; Heather Aydelott, Albuquerque, NM; Jennifer Rene, Lamont, CO; Cheryl Calaustro, Dauphin, PA; and Cassandra Bonnett, Ocala, FL.

For registration, a limited number of full need-based scholarships are still available. The student sign up via deadline is Friday, June 11, 2021. Contact Green Academy by email at: Phone, 304-404-4150.

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CONSTELLATIONS: New tool to educate on racism and invisible racism now available

CONSTELLATIONS - cover of the manual

CONSTELLATIONS – cover of the manual

CONSTELLATIONS – pages of the manual


Handbook to work with young people against racism with topics like microaggressions and power relations explained and 22 educational activities.

This is an excellent collective work, perfectly organized and user-friendly. Chapters are very well structured, practical part is an absolutely great compilation of non-formal tools and activities.”

— ToT participant

LORCA, SPAIN, May 31, 2021 / — CONSTELLATIONS is meant to better prepare professionals, volunteers and peers to work on the topic of racism with young people, giving them both a more comprehensive conceptual framework for this and concrete educational tools. A central role is dedicated to the understanding that racist ways of thinking do not only generate extreme acts of violence like genocide over communities or hate crimes over the individual, but also that it has an overwhelming presence in our everyday lives under the form of racial microaggressions. Being so common, frequent and normalized, these microaggressions are what we call here invisible racism and what most of this manual is dedicated on. Exploring invisible racism allows us to see the magnitude of the problem with racism, the levels in which it is embedded in our societies, the harmful consequences it has on minorities and the need for proactive measures to eliminate it.

The manual has a very simple structure, and is divided into 3 different blocks – themes, activities and approaches. The first part of the book introduces the main topics we have worked on in the project such as the introduction to microaggressions, hate speech or the relationship between racism and power among others. In the second part, you can find past tools on the principles of non-formal learning, developed in the framework of the project. And in the third part you can find different approaches that are transversal, and can help us if we want to start working with young people on the topic.

CONSTELLATIONS was developed in the partnership led by Cazalla Intercultural with the participation of NGOs from 3 more countries – Bulgaria, Poland and Italy, in the framework of the European project STAR. The project aims to counteract invisible racism and other forms of intolerance in the everyday life of young people, and was co-funded by the European Commission in the framework of the Erasmus+ programme.


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Launching event – CONSTELLATIONS

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Battle For The Land Of Canaan: Father of Six Creates Battle of Gog, A Board Game For the Whole Family

Battle of Gog, Created by Vitali Minin

Battle of Gog, Created by Vitali Minin

World-Renowned Innovator Vitali Minin Creates a Board Game to Revolutionize Family Bonding, Launching on Kickstarter June 8th

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, May 31, 2021 / — In today’s world almost everyone spends their spare time using technology or playing video games. Every day we see more and more families separated, spending time alone playing the latest video game or binging the best new tv series. Crazzybox Inc aims to cultivate meaningful family connections with the new board game Battle Of Gog. Launching June 8th on Kickstarter, Battle of Gog is an easy-to-follow light strategy board game designed for 2-4 players, perfect for the whole family.

Founded by father of six Vitali Minin, Battle of Gog is shifting the narrative of traditional board game dynamics by emphasizing family interactions and strategic decision-making. The theme of the game was inspired by the Old Testament in the Bible from chapter 38 of The Book Of Ezekiel, but instead of using the well known Gog and Magog apocalyptic narrative, Vitali takes it to a totally fictional narrative as players aim tirelessly at winning the battle for the ancient land of Canaan. From conquering cities, to fighting enemy soldiers, obtaining the scrolls, or reaching all four corners of the map to make a winning move across the land of Canaan; Battle of Gog keeps players engaged, adrenaline high, and families connected for a well-rounded experience.

Featuring multiple conclusion scenarios to ensure that every game is diverse and different depending on the player’s decisions, Battle of Gog cultivates an energetic and exciting experience as families eagerly take turns to determine how the battle for Canaan will end. While most board games come with many pieces, long setup, and long playtime, Battle Of Gog uses the box itself as the game board, uses few parts, and its dynamic model keeps even the youngest players engaged from start to finish.

Through proof of concept, dedication to innovation, and unwavering commitment to connecting families across the world; Vitali Minin’s purpose-driven vision has come to fruition. Battle of Gog has just recently started a Kickstarter campaign, requesting a reasonable $39 contribution to help get this project off the ground and into the nearest toy store or online retailer.

To learn more about Battle Of Gog, or contribute to the Kickstarter campaign, please visit

About Crazzybox Inc:

Crazzybox Inc was developed by Vitali Minin; designer, illustrator, and inventor. Vitali has always been in the market of developing new and exciting toys and games for children and families around the world. Former founder and CEO at Modular Toys Ltd, Vitali Minin is dedicated to developing educational construction toys; one of which ended up being shrunk down and placed into a Kinder Egg for Italian chocolate giant, Ferrero. The goal with his new board game Battle of GOG is to create a simple, inexpensive, challenging light strategy board game for the whole family, where every game is different; but to win all players need to think and make wise choices.



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SocialBox.Biz Offering Sustainable tech re-use donation program, amid Increasing E-Waste in UK

LONDON, ENGLAND, UNITED KINGDOM, May 29, 2021 / — SocialBox.Biz, a social business and technology venture that takes in old, outdated, and unneeded yet still usable tech for new use with open source software, this week urged people and businesses across the U.K. to consider their e-waste alternative.

Reports such as those from cross-party environmental audit committee reported in The Guardian and others emphasized the problem of 155,000 tonnes of electronic waste being thrown away each year in the UK:

SocialBox.Biz and their long-standing initiative has been providing a solution for many years and is inviting additional companies and organisations such as schools, councils, colleges and universities to participate on an ongoing basis with all of their old no longer needed, yet still useful items. Laptops for Homeless, Refugees, and Older People in isolation initiative from SocialBox.Biz Community Interest Company is helping organisations meet sustainability and impact goals and reduce the e-waste problem.

Excellent article from Natural History Museum about exporting the e-waste problem…

Top two recommendations:

1. Postpone upgrading as long as you can

2. Find opportunities for reuse

–Something that SocialBox.Biz have been promoting for many years. #ESG

Reports and sources:

“With our Laptops for the Homeless and Elderly Initiative, we wipe electronics and put them into the hands of those who need them, helping people and the environment at the same time.” Said the team at SocialBox.Biz

SocialBox.Biz has a local solution for MacBooks, iPhones, iPads, iMacs, and all other Apple and Amazon computer products. They are encouraging people to reach out for scheduling pickups and donations.

For more information, visit: .


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Amber Massey Discusses the Role Influencers Have on the Market


Why Social Media Influencers Matter on the Market

ARGYLE, TEXAS, UNITED STATES, May 29, 2021 / — Amber Massey is a social media influencer with a large community of followers. Through her organically grown platform, Amber Massey can highlight many products and services over the years. Amber explains that the role of an influencer has a more significant impact on the market than many may think, which is why it is crucial to know what to expect from these professionals.

Why Social Media Influencers Matter on the Market
Amber Massey knows that the role of the social media influencer has expanded dramatically in recent years. In the early years of social media and YouTube, these individuals likely had no more than a few hundred thousand followers and views on their videos. However, Amber Massey and other influencers now get millions of followers and views, meaning that their opinion is spread far and wide in many unexpected ways.

Amber Massey says that their opinions do influence those of their fans, no matter what skeptics may think. In a sense, influencers are much like television, movie, or sports stars in their spread and influence. However, they are often more trusted than other celebrities and reach a more niche market, meaning that their ideas and content may be spread to a particular economic segment.

As a result, Amber Massey believes that a successful influencer can cause a sudden increase in a product's popularity or a sudden decrease. Many items have become incredibly popular after certain reviewers have highlighted them, mainly if their influence spreads to millions of viewers. If even half of these fans take an influencer's advice and purchase or avoid a product or service, they shift the market dramatically.

Therefore, it is vital to take them seriously as a marketing tool and make sure that your products or services make it into their hands. Many companies send influencers free products to review, which is a wise choice for small companies. Even if you lose out on the sale, getting your product reviewed by a vast influencer will make sure that it spreads even further.

These benefits may be possible even if an influencer gives your product a mediocre or even poor review. Amber Massey has found that companies with products and services that she has provided very negative reviews still send her products to review because their sales go up, even with the negative criticism. Many companies even fix these issues with their products and send them back to the influencer for a second review.

This type of follow-up content is vast because it shows the buying market that a company cares about its opinion and is willing to do what it can to fix issues. In this way, an influencer can create massive movement in their niche, causing products to thrive or drop off the face of the Earth. This kind of marketing power and potential should not be ignored by companies who want to succeed in the always challenging world of focused SEO and digital marketing.


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