Alaa Abdelhaq Blog
A business angel is a person who provides capital from his own funds to a private business owned and operated by another person who is neither a friend nor a family member.
The typical angel is often described as a wealthy, retired, former tech entrepreneur who regularly invests in other people’s start-ups. While a few angels look like this, the typical angel does not.
• Most angels aren’t wealthy. Estimates based on data from several sources suggest that the majority of angel investors are unaccredited investors.
• Few angels are retired. About two thirds are still working full or part time.
• The majority of angels live in two earner households.
• Most angels aren’t old. Surveys show that the odds that a person makes an angel investment peaks at between 45 and 54 years of age.
• Angels are more educated than the rest of the U.S. population, but one quarter of them have not graduated from college.
• Angels are no more likely to be experienced entrepreneurs than friends and family investors.
• Angels tend not to make many such investments, with a significant minority making just one angel investment in their careers.
Of course, the most successful angels differ from the typical angels.
But the typical angel isn’t a retired former hotshot Silicon Valley tech entrepreneur.
You can find out more about angels in Fool’s Gold: The Truth Behind Angel Investing in America
Am so sick of being here living here everyday!! dealing with this shit on daily basis
dealing with nonprofessional people all the time! working with no quality people!!!
professionalism is missing from our life! in the street in work in the mall at any place you may go to!
customer service is just a word we speak!
day after day I become more disappointed about the whole situation here, I cant see any hope for the future
for this country to get better!!
as long as the majority here had no quality we will never change or get better!
for an example and believe me there are millions of them, if I started to talk I will never shut down!
Went to Reebok with my friend at Mecca mall to buy some stuff, so at the cache a girl working there told us that they are missing the serial number of this item so she cant provide us with price!!!
then with confidence she said please come tomorrow in order to have it we will have the price ready!!!
What the fuck r u talking about!!! come tomorrow! the item price is 75JD not 2JD from Abu 3abid store!!!
I told her noway we are coming back! call your stupid managers of you to get the price!!
then she said our HQ is at Dubai!!!
So what call them!!!
she found it easier for us to come tomorrow instead of calling her stupid managers at Dubai!!
fuck them man!! I regret the moment I went to buy something from there!
OK different story, recently am looking for a car, so I went to Opel to see their cars, while am there some of their cars does not seem like brand new, so I asked the guy working there,
are all cars here new or there are some used cars?
then he gave me the “Dawaween” look with the “dawaween” accent said “Inta sho ra2yak?!??!”
I replied am very sorry thanks for your support see you later.
he didnt even try to say anything and left away!
I worked in many companies in my life, and am wondering how the hell most of them secure good
titles and salaries!
the hell they don’t know what they doing!!! most of them have no quality and not even close to professionalism!
Am not asking for perfection but at least something normal!!!
here you cant work like normal people!! I really wish to have a real job someday with a real smart people,
people who are looking for change looking for future, not people living in a daily basis chaos!
If you want to eat at any restaurant here in Jordan either low or high class, service sucks all the time, from the moment you pace inside to the moment you leave
Seriously I don’t wanna live among this community no more,, I really dunno how to break through?
please don’t tell me to try to change it, cause its a hopeless case, it’s a lose-lose situation!
Am so sad it was destined for me to born and live here, am so sad!!
really this is enough
Little Big Planet has been delayed worldwide due to the inclusion of quotes from the Quran, reports VideoGaming247. In a forum thread, a Muslim user commented that he noticed two passages from the Quran in a licensed music track for the stage, “Swinging Safari.” He respectfully requested that they be removed, explaining that some consider the mixture of a holy book with pop music to be offensive. Sony pulled the game despite it already being on retail shelves in some areas, and has issued this statement:
During the review process prior to the release of Little Big Planet, it has been brought to our attention that one of the background music tracks licensed from a record label for use in the game contains two expressions that can be found in the Quran. We have taken immediate action to rectify this and we sincerely apologise for any offence that this may have caused.We’ll confirm the new launch date shortly.
Sony will probably have to press new discs that don’t include that licensed song
But the PlayStation.Blog has updated with a new release date, October 27 in North America.
While coming back to Jordan on a plane feeling happy that you missed her, you start approaching Amman
you look down through your window, you say DAMN!
what a huge graveyard! dont you ever said that or at least got the feeling??
plus its a real graveyard for youth for dreams and hope, no wonder the majority wants to leave it and live some place else.
Me and many of my fiends wanna immigrate to a better places like Newzeland for an example!!
Hopefully it works someday!!