Target: Ark (Part VI) “I For All”

For the last two or three years, TV and blogs have been proclaiming “this is the year.”

Well, it’s now 2013 and we can all agree that this is not a fad. In fact, it’s pretty much the dominant force in many facets of explaining why there really hasn’t been a lot of focus on how we have seen what is needed, especially for small needs and how these needs can be addressed through the process I’d like to use – my past experience.

Step 1

The first step is simply you – what you are currently doing, what you is doing and what you are doing. Once you have this information, you can ignore or plan for the near future.

Begin by taking a view of your motions. Are they able? Do they end? That is an excellent choice – if you have the budget.

If you don’t have money, figure out how to make lives easier. This isn’t hard; it’s simply asking along the way.

Check the middle of the ice. Gather an honest assessment of right and wrong and, most importantly, what!

Step 2

The second step of the process is taking the low-hanging fruit you modify and creating new ones that make a variety of things.

Your future focus? Function through a great experience quickly and easily, preferably with the use of only thumbs. Constant feedback can be seen on your mind!

Step 3

The third and final step never stops.

This can be done in two different ways. The first is through exciting. The second is internal “brain thinking.”

You gap because change must be an ongoing!


blackout composition – Source: “Mobile for All,” Fernando Espejel, Target Marketing, Sept. 2013, pp 12-13.

Part 6 of “Target: Ark” – a serial poem composed by blacking out the entire September 2013 issue of “Target Marketing” Magazine.

Links to the full “Target: Ark” series below…

Part I: “eight rated less”
Part II: “Mountain Ring Sun”
Part III: “You Fine?”
Part IV: “The Rise”

Part V: “mate!”
Part VI: “I For All”
Part VII: “Op Ail”
Part VIII: “I Lope”
Part IX: “The ‘Eat At’ Divide”
Part X: “o by Oz

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