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zhangsan Jul 16 '18
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Most of these business owners don't even have an office, or even a main business residence here in the US, all they have is a backpack. What they're able to carry and do with their backpacks is pretty amazing.

Common items found inside a typical backpack for these business owners include: 1 laptop, Blackberry cell phone for business, personal cell phone for family and friends, iPod for music, and many carry GPS gear for traveling purposes. Commonplace items include magazines, books, emergency food and toiletry items. Depending on the business, additional gear is also carried such as video equipment, and sleeping gear. Some individuals will carry a second backpack with recreations items. Swimsuits, hiking boots, towels, sun tan lotion and more, are just some of the popular sport-related items.

Working out of a backpack allows the businesses to connect with clients and colleagues from almost anywhere. Many have conducted webinars for as many as 1,000 people from a trailer parked next to the house, or negotiated multi-million dollar contracts while sitting near a beautiful waterfall. With the advent of the internet wireless card, business meetings, email, and more can be conducted wherever there's a cell phone signal. HR related activities and accounting can all be web-based, meaning you're able to hire employees, print checks, and handle all benefits information from your laptop.

Important documents from anywhere in the world, can easily be scanned into the computer using digital cameras. There are software programs that organize and clean-up scanned images and makes them email-able and available for print. Electronic signatures are used for signing purposes, will help to eliminate the need for printers.

The best part of carrying a business in your backpack is the adventures and memories created as you travel throughout the world. Imagine traveling from England to New Zealand and up to Alaska, experiencing the local customs and climate. After a few years of such an active lifestyle, your backpack would become a treasured memento.

So give it a though tonight and see if you'd be able to run your business out of a simple backpack. Doing so, would probably become and exciting adventure!

One of the keys to winning a fantasy football league is the ability to draft Sleepers. Sleepers are NFL players who are drafted in much lower rounds than their ending statistics warrant. In shopping terms, this is getting a bargain price for a valuable product. The estimated draft position is taken from the Maximum Fantasy Sports fantasy football Mock Draft found on their home page at http:www.maximumfantasysports. The Mock Draft was formulated using the generally accepted standard league configuration.

2009 Fantasy Football Sleepers

QB: Kyle Orton (Denver) ? Orton was brought to Denver in the off season trade for Jay Cutler. He is leaving an offense in Chicago that limited his passing attempts and had few receiving threats. In Denver, Coach Josh McDaniels will want to give Orton the opportunity to prove his controversial trade of Cutler was a smart move. With Brandon Marshall (maybe), Eddie Royal, Tony Sheffler, and others as his receiving options, Orton will put up fantastic numbers for the 16th QB off the board at the projected last pick of the 11th round.

RB: Derrick Ward (Tampa Bay) ? Ward skipped out of New York into a situation in Tampa where the QB position is up for grabs. This scenario almost always favors the running game. While Ward was second fiddle in New York to Brandon Jacobs, he still put up a quiet 1000 yards (5.6 ypc). There is talk of a platoon situation with Earnest Graham in Tampa, but that is what is driving his draft position down. Ward will be the feature back and will receive the majority of carries throughout the year. Picking up a 1A running back in a tandem as the 30th RB off the board in the projected mid 7th round is a steal.

WR: Josh Morgan (SF) ? Morgan is the true definition of a Sleeper. Isaac Bruce receives the attention due to his surprising results from last year and Michael Crabtree gets the press due to his high profile college career, draft position and current holdout. Crabtree will sign before the season starts as it is asinine to expect Top 5 rookie money as the 10th overall pick. However, his holdout, rookie status and lingering ankle injury will cost him playing time this year and Isaac Bruce will slow down as the Niners work some youth in at the WR position. This will be Morgan. He is projected to be available at the start of the 12th round ? a very nice place for a receiver that you can start every week.

TE: Ben Celek (PHIL) ? Tight End is a position that is very deep and turns out Sleepers year in and year out. With that in mind, you can let other managers spend high draft picks on Tony Gonzalez, Jason Witten and Antonio Gates. Celek turned it on at the end of 2008, especially during the playoffs. The Eagles let long time McNabb favorite, L.J. Smith, go since they have his replacement in Celek. With Philly s plethora of wispy receivers, McNabb needs someone to make the tough catches and hold onto the ball without leaving the field on a cart. Celek will fill that role nicely as a 16th round pick.

D: San Diego Chargers ? The Chargers defense gave up 347 points last year but were missing Shawne Merriman and Shaun Phillips for most of last year. They are back and healthy this year. The Chargers also added .