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How valuable is time to you? ⌚

09:59 AM, EST | 03 Sep 2020

"Time is the most valuable resource in life" so why don't a lot of people use it wisely?

Listening to a podcast the host emphasized the commonality of the phrase "i don't have time" which is currently still so widely used.

However with the realization that time is life wouldn't it be wrong to assume you didn't have the time to do something or fulfil a task or promise?

With this realization, wouldn't it be right to say "i used my time for something else"?

🧠Why some investors invest in stupid companies🤪

04:54 AM, EST | 25 Dec 2020

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"Connect with friends, family and other people you know", that is the motto for facebook a company compounding it's slow decline as everyone shy's away the fact that "facebook is dying".

Spending billions in advertising on GOOGLE 😐 to subtly bump up it's stock price while acquiring and copying companies who dare think differently and sometimes use the backdoor.


So why do some investors invest in stupid companies?

Currently it's known that a half filled trash doesn't smell bad, but over time it becomes unbearable and you just have to throw it all out. Some investors may just be too lazy to use the product & ask customers why they left... it's much easier to follow trends😌

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At Pavleu we're creating a future to help you live more comfortably.

Imagine a world where each task you needed could be done on your behalf with minimal or no effort on your part.

You could make phone calls, plan events, write emails, purchase or even build homes without ever being present.

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Mist 2.0, July 2020 - sold out

After subsequent improvements to the mist 1.0 the mist 2.0 was developed to be much smaller but with three (3%) percent more power, five times lighter & more affordable.

The mist helps users automatically reduce their electric bills by connecting solar panels or wind turbine for simultaneous off-grid & grid-tie applications.


Mist 1.0, May 2020 - sold out

The mist 1.0 was the first version of the modular inbuilt solar tile launched in may 2020 after months of research on ways to get more out of your regular solar panels the mist 1.0 was conceived.

A device which automatically reduce your electric bills by sending excess energy back to the grid.

With the successful launch of mist 1.0 we were able to get admitted to Ryerson university's clean energy zone.