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How can I add my business location on instagram"s suggested locations?
Making a custom location on Instagram is actually quite easy and gives you an advantage to other businesses because it allows you to drive traffic via location.First off, Facebook owns Instagram, therefore, any location listed on Facebook also appears on Instagram. So you are going to need to create a business location on Facebook.So let’s dive into how to create a business location on Instagram.Make sure that you have enabled location services through the Facebook App or in your phone settings. If you are using an iPhone, select “Settings” → “Account Settings” → “Location” → “While Using The App”You need to create a Facebook check-in status. You do this by making a status and type the name of what you want your location to be called. For example “Growth Hustlers HQ”. Scroll to the bottom of the options and select “Add Custom Location” then tap on it!Now that you’ve created a custom location you need to describe it. It will ask you to choose which category describes your location, which you will answer “Business”.After choosing a category Facebook will ask you to choose a location. You can either choose “I’m currently here” or you can search for a location that you want to create for your business.Finally, publish your status. Congratulations! You have just created a custom location to be used on Facebook and Instagram.Now you are able to tag your business or a custom location on Instagram.If you have any questions about Social Media Marketing for businesses feel free to check out GrowthHustlers.com where you can find tons of resources about growing your Instagram following.
How are we going to keep children of asylum seekers out of detention? News says 40,000 will be taken this month alone. April 2019.
I’m sorry, but you need to state which country you are talking about. Asylum seekers to a large extent fall under national legislation. But since the OP lives in the US, I will assume the question is about the US.Where I live, asylum seekers are not detained. It would be cruel and barbaric. They are put in cheap housing, fed, and given a very modest allowance.And if that doesn’t persuade you, it is also massively expensive and pointless. After all, they want asylum, so it is in their interest to stay put and wait for their application to be processed. A tiny percentage drop under the radar, but it’s cheaper and more efficient to search for them specifically.You should note that at the height of the European refugee crisis, the country where I live took in some 3,000 asylum seekers per day—about 90,000 in a month. We’ve got the population and GDP of North Carolina. If this is beyond the capability of the entire US of A, there’s really no helping you.
Why do asylum seekers start their journey from South Columbia to the United States border? Why don't they just land in the U.S.A. via a plane and fill out the asylum form?
Thanks 4 the A2A!I live in Europe and have never tried boarding a plane in Columbia but from what I know, no airline will allow you to board unless you have a US passport or a valid Visa. Also, the tickets are not really cheap and affordable for everyone. Even if you can afford them, you legally can not get on that plane.Just imagine: how great it is when you have all those freedoms! Be grateful that you have the passport that you have and do not even have to think about such trivial things. Not everyone is as lucky.People in misery, regardless if they seek refuge from Central America of Syria or elsewhere, just want to LEAVE all that behind and have the chance to live a normal life somewhere better, somewhere safe. I personally think that the voyage a refugee undertakes is as risky as the wars and problems they are trying to escape from and they should be helped instead of making their sad lives even more hard by rigid administration.Of course, nothing will get better as long as the essential problems aka reasons why they are leaving in the first place, are addressed and solved. But there are interests behind that, groups of people who live of that and they will not give up their positions easily. Almost like some sort of a viscous, endless circle. And it is always normal, “small fish” people that suffer the most.Good luck to all of you who venture on that path!
My kids are average American middle-class kids. They need to know how to take care of themselves in a tough world. How do I help my kids become street smart? How can they learn what they need to learn?
Before a child can become street smart they MUST KNOW BOUNDARIES. They must know what their own personal boundaries are and how to express them and enforce them. Street smarts is about spotting thing that aren't right or don't feel good and you can't do that if you don't have a starting point - ie Boundaries.If you aren't sure about what boundaries are, check out Dr. Henry Cloud's books on Boundaries. He has lots, but the orginial "Boundaries, How to Say Yes, When to Say No," is excellent, as is the book on teenagers and boundaries. When you know what you will, won't tolerate or accept in terms of how people treat you, THEN you can work on street smarts. One of the things criminals, cons and bad people do is test you to see if you are a pushover, easy mark or victim. People with boundaries are tough to begin with because they can't be guilted or manipulated. Crooks tend to look for victims and people with no boundaries or weak boundaries. So, teach your kids boundaries!!! VERY IMPORTANT!!! Then you can move on to the next phase....introducing them to the world. Bank tellers learn to tell counterfeit bills from real money, not by handling counterfeit bills, but by handling REAL money. When you work with the real deal, be it money, jewelry, antiques or people, it's VERY easy to spot the fakes, and to know when something is off. I grew up in the mean streets of Memphis, fighting gangs, and saw three people killed in front of me by the age of 10. I learned street smarts like most kids - surviving what life threw at me. Have your kids take a good self defense class - martial arts of ANY kind. The idea is NOT so much to learn to fight (although that's important), but interview the instructor and see if they are "street savvy," or wise. Keep looking until you find one you think is good. Next, expose your kids to as many people and experiences as possible. This means flea markets, opera, sports, malls, greasy spoon restaurants etc. The goal is to have them see and experience a wide range of people. Spend weekends at a homeless shelter volunteering (but keep a VERY close eye on the kids and don't let them out of your sight. Make sure they know boundaries and to say no to unwanted advances.Have them interact with people as much as possible. As in...watch them, but have them go up to a person you think is safe and have them ask the person for the time. Start with women, mothers, etc and then move up to men, teenage boys etc. once they're comfortable. Have them place and pay for the order at a fast food restaurant while you watch from a few feet away. Work up to it of course. Have them purchase a bus ticket. Go with them and ride the public transportation system while letting them figure out the route and the bus. Talk about this and troubleshoot things. If they get stuck and can't figure it out, have them ask a stranger or the bus driver for help.Go people watching. Make it a game. Try to guess what different people do for a living. Ask them what clues they saw that made them think the person was a office worker vs construction worker. Talk about how people dress, sit and act. Get some body language books and read them together. The idea is to get them to THINK about what they're feeling, seeing and experiencing so they become comfortable with their environment whatever it is.Play the "energy" or "vibe" game. Sit or stand next to someone and see if you get a "vibe" that the person is good or bad or neutral. After you both "get a vibe," go somewhere at a distance and try to figure out why you felt that vibe. Was it the way the person dressed, or acted, or looked, smelled or responded to you? Again, this is all about awareness raising.Play the "what if" game. "What if our car broke down right now, right here. What would we do?" Role play different scenarios - like a stranger coming up to them at school, in the store, at a softball or soccer game and telling them they were a friend of yours and to go with them....what should they do? Who should they trust and why, or why not? Talk about the shows they watch on tv. Ask them what they would do in similar circumstances. The idea is to teach, expose, train and train and train. Practice all the time, everywhere.Street smarts is not knowing how to win a fight. It's about knowing how to avoid a fight, avoid danger and to keep out of harm's way by knowing when to shut up, when to run, when to leave a situation. Make it OKAY to be rude. Many women are raped and children kidnapped because their parents and society insist on "being polite" even when it feels wrong. I often refuse to get on an elevator or go into a store if something or some one in the area makes me uncomfortable. I've been yelled at because men were offended I didn't want to get on an elevator with them and we were the only ones there. Wise choice I made obviously!!! I don't mean rude in name calling, but that it's okay to turn and run if someone or something scares them or makes them uncomfortable. They don't need a reason other than it doesn't feel right.When we teach our kids (and ourselves) to trust our intution, then we become street smart. It's never too late to learan either. It's not rocket science, but it does take daily practice, being aware of your environment and learning what and who you CAN trust so you learn to spot the counterfeits. You're both going to make mistakes, but that's part of learning. Make it fun and it will become a bonding experience for you both as well. Good luck!
How did you fill out the void for grandchildren when your children didn't have any?
I think i understand your question but forgive me if I miss your point. The trick is to teach your children the value of extended family. Their only frame of reference is watching you do it without the support of extended family so they can be forgiven for not getting it easily.The other thing I would offer is that you have to be careful not to offer your help, opinion or guidance until it is asked for. You have to be diligent about respecting their household rules even if you don't fully understand them. This includes housekeeping and child rearing practices.I have described the huge shift to being in an adult relationship with your children. They have to be willing to let this happen. They may have to forgive you for any perceived parenting missteps to which they may still be clinging. This may require that you ask for forgiveness for something you feel was fully justified at the time. It may take a very long time for them to be able to see things from your point of view.Good luck. I hope you find a way to be a part of their adult lives and the lives of your grandchildren.
How should I reach out for asylum sponsor to Canada?
Unfortunately, that is not possible. You are not eligible for asylum and you cannot apply for it from Japan. (Assuming your original nationality is Israeli - my best guess based on your scanty personal information - you are not fleeing a state that is trying to kill you.)Asylum is not the get-into-Canada quick and free card that too many people assume it is. It is an option solely for people who are fleeing for their lives, not people who want to country-hop for personal reasons or migrate for economic advantage. (If I sound annoyed - it is because I am. Asylum is designed to be a life saving last resort, not a shortcut. Abusing it is not harmless - it eats up resources and shades public opinion against it, therefore putting the option and those most in need of help at risk.)This is Canada’s position on refugees from the Immigration Canada website. How Canada’s refugee system worksMay I draw your attention to the following line:“The United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR), along with private sponsors, identifies refugees for resettlement. A person cannot apply directly to Canada for resettlement. “In other words, you cannot declare yourself a refugee. The majority of refugees in the world are involuntarily displaced from their homes, living in camps, and registered with UNHCR. They are not able to return home.I’m reasonably confident you are not registered with UNHCR as a refugee while living in a refugee camp somewhere in Japan.If you truly want to live in Canada, you can apply to immigrate the same as anyone else in the world. Start here and follow the detailed instructions. Canada has a very open and transparent immigration system - if you qualify, you will be invited to come.Immigrate to Canada
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