That is finding the real gems. Thinking about it reminded me of how my uncles mined for gems when I was a kid. At the age of I lived in a small town in the interior of Minas Gerais and from time to time they would take me along when they went to work on the banks of the river. The process worked like this. They removed a good amount of sediment from the bottom of the river.
At first glance it looked like there was only sand and gravel there. But when you do the process right you can discover hidden gems in the middle. First you take all the material and pass it through a sieve. Then the smaller stones and Phone Number List fine sand will be eliminated. The next step is to analyze everything that is left that is the larger stones and gravel. This selection phase can be a little longer because you need to look at each stone one by one. Sometimes one of them even looks precious but when you pay attention you realize it was just an illusion. And the ultimate goal is to find the stones with commercial value.
When you finish this thorough examination you can throw away anything that is of no use. Then you will be able to see that in that sieve only the valuable stones remained in their raw state. That's where the best part comes. After eliminating everything that didn't serve you it's time to polish the stones so that they become in fact precious stones. But why am I telling you this. Because the truth is your product is going to meet the needs of the right audience and you need to find that market to grow your business. Without it you will likely lose money.
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