That was f***ing AMAZING I dont care whatchu have to say about it I love the band and seeing this man rising 15 feet high on a piano was one of the most beautiful things i've ever seen in my life I got a cool shirt and I got to stand almost 10 feet away from someone that I personally really like! #patd#capitalone#capitalonearena
Four coffee shops down, but so far, nothing beats the Capital One Cafe☕️
3 712 days ago
We love that @capitalone and their employees give back to our community in so many ways - including assembling and donating a HUGE haul of over 30 Welcome Home Baskets, cleaning supply kits, small appliances, and IKEA furniture this week. What an amazing way to support the people we serve!
2 292 days ago
The first-ever @iHeartRadio Podcast awards are live tonight at 11 ET! We're thrilled that "Hackable?" is up for Best Branded Podcast. Watch 📺 here
Well done #CapitalOne now you get 0$!! Denied my credit line increase for "Too little payment amount" when I was giving them 100$ per month for 2 years aka 4X the minimum payment..... NOW YOU GET 0$!! #DiscoverCard practically doubled the credit limit I was offered by Capital One and had 0% Interest for 15 months on balance transfers! Well played Capital One! Hold this L.... AND on top that, opening a new Discover card increased my credit score substantially. Yup! Thanks!
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Do you believe in luck or hard work? pick one and tell me why.👇
Have you ever wondered why or how successful people became what they have become? And when you do, what comes to mind as possible reasons? Mostly I hear people saying things like Luck, Hard Work, Focus, and/or Dedication. Hmm, it makes sense but really is that all? Let's look at them one by one. 🤔
This is the favorite one! Whenever we look at successful people, we call them 'lucky!'. But what is luck? Is it just a chance, a good fortune? If yes, then how do people get repeated successes? If I were to say that luck is important too, then I would define luck as a confluence of perseverance, prospects and preference. Opportunities present themselves every day to every person. Do they not? But only a person who recognizes them and seizes them without delay, gets to convert these opportunities to their preferred outcomes. And we very comfortably tag them ‘’lucky’’. However, a close look reveals that only those people who persevere to look for prospective opportunities to exploit become lucky.
No success is achieved without hard work or sweat.
I am yet to find a single successful person who hasn't done his share of handwork.
You decide. Do they have stuff in common? Comment below!
I freakin’ love what I do, the problems I solve, and the people I work with. I’ve felt such a shift in energy at work since the start of 2019. I’m taking on less (a huge fear), leading more (a huge goal), and focusing only on what’s essential and effective. I’m speaking up and owning my voice, taking on opportunities that scare the sh*t out of me (but make me accountable to my goals), and finding rapport and friendship with my team like never before. I’m interested only in impact these days, and am finding myself carving it out by architecting instead of assimilating, designing processes, building community, and being more retrospective before leading the work forward. In bold pursuit. It’s happening. I feel it. 💳
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Today I paid off $590.00 of debt... I am extremely thankful for my husband because let’s be honest I use the credit cards more than he does and it’s his income that paid them off. I know when you’re married yalls money is suppose to be “together”. However, in cases like this I don’t agree. I racked up the cards so I should be able to pay them off... 💳💰💵
Target credit card $210
Husbands capital one (that I use) $288
My capital one $52 (payment) not full amount.
Wells Fargo $40 (only $20 went to actual amount).
Did any of y’all get to pay off any debt today? 🙂