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Cyber Monday 2020: Shop the best deals from Kohl’s, Best Buy, The Home Depot, and more

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All month long, we’ve been shopping Black Friday sales galore, as retailers worked to adjust to the new normal amid COVID-19 by releasing some of their best deals of the year early—and in waves—to help shoppers safely get what they need. The best is yet to come, however, as it’s all culminated into this: Cyber Monday 2020

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The best, most gotta’ see it to believe it price drops are upon us, with retailers going all out for the big online shopping event.

What is Cyber Monday? 

Cyber Monday is a national shopping holiday that was created by retailers to encourage customers to shop online. With in-store shopping restricted in many areas due to the pandemic, this year is poised to be the most exciting Cyber Monday to date.

Ready to check out the best deals the internet has to offer? Check out our all-encompassing list below, which not only features a ton of incredible products, but some of the best prices you’ll find on the web.

The best Cyber Monday deals to shop right now

Cyber Monday 2020: The best Cyber Monday deals

Cyber Monday 2020: The best Cyber Monday deals (Photo: Coach)

1. 1-year Hulu subscription at Hulu for $1.99 per month (Save $48): One of the better Cyber Monday deals comes from the super popular streaming service, Hulu. Through tomorrow, November 30, you can sign up for a full year of the ad-supported membership for just $1.99 per month or $23.88. That’s a 67% discount off the usual $5.99 you’d regularly pay. No wonder this deal is so popular! 

2. 70% off Coach Outlet + 15% Off Surprise Deals: The perfect excuse for a new designer bag comes in the form of Coach Outlet’s incredible Cyber Monday offering, which features 70% off the retail price of its entire stock plus an additional 15% off “surprise deal” selections with coupon code SAVE15 through tonight, November 30, only.

3. Staub Enameled Cast-Iron Round 4-Quart Cocotte at Macy’s for $99.99 (Save $315 to $360)The larger version of this cocotte, the 5.5-quart Staub Dutch oven (on sale for $259.99), is our pick for the best Dutch oven on the market, as we were particularly pleased with its round shape, which fit best on ovens and in pantries. It also cooked super evenly. Right now, this smaller sale option is on sale for just under $100—a 75% markdown from its usual $414.99.

4. eufy 11S Slim Robot Vacuum at Amazon for $169.99 (Save $80): Dubbed as our all-time favorite affordable vacuum, the eufy 11S is currently on sale at Amazon for $169.99, which is down $80 from its retail price of $249.99. In testing, we noted that this robot cleaner offered incredible suction power, along with a slim design that allowed it to maneuver underneath furniture and around tricky corners. Better yet, it picked up on average of 11.6 grams of dirt per run, plus, it was impressively quiet. Note that you can get it for slightly less at Fry’s Electronics.

5. Roku Ultra Streaming Stick Device at Staples for $69.99 (Save $30): Get our favorite streaming device at a great discount at Staples. You can stream all your favorite streaming services and get 4K/HDR and Dolby Vision alongside its intuitive navigation.

6. KitchenAid KSM150PSMC 5-Quart Artisan Series Tilt-Head Mixer at Best Buy for $279.95 (Save $100)The KitchenAid mixer is a top seller every Cyber Monday weekend, as it’s a great chance to get this usually pricey pick for a great discount, and 2020 is no exception. Our readers have been loving this pick, which also just so happens to be the best stand mixer we’ve ever tested—we particularly loved its durable, reliable build, quiet motor and easy-to-use attachments. 

7. Sony WH-CH710N Wireless Noise-Canceling Over-Ear Headphones at Best Buy for $88 (Save $111.99)If it’s a great deal on a pair of noise-canceling headphones you’re after, you can’t go wrong with this Sony pair, which just so happen to be a whopping $199.99 off. While we recommend the brand’s WH-1000XM4 headphones (also on sale for $278, down from $349.99) over any other pair on the market, the WH-CH710N headphones are great for those looking for a more budget-friendly option. 

8. Gravity Blanket starting at $136.50 with the code HOLIDAY2020 (Save $58.50 to $178.50)This is the best weighted blanket we’ve ever tested at one of its lowest prices of the year. You can choose from different weights and colors to best suit your most snuggly experience, too.

9. 2 Annual Masterclass Subscriptions for $180 (Save $180): Masterclass’s coveted buy one, get one free membership deal is back for Black Friday—a special we haven’t seen from the site since March. When we gave these celebrity-taught online classes a go, we were extremely impressed by how motivated we felt after taking a few, as it kept us engaged and showed the less glamorous, behind-the-scenes work that some of the world’s master chefs, sports players and more undergo. 

10. Dyson V11 Torque Drive Complete Cordless Vacuum at QVC for $549.98 (Save $150)Dyson vacuums are an investment in your home, with price tags regularly reaching well into the hundreds. Right now, however, you can get the machine we named the best cordless vacuum for a whopping $150 off. 

The best Cyber Monday headphone deals 

Cyber Monday 2020: The best Cyber Monday headphone deals

Cyber Monday 2020: The best Cyber Monday headphone deals (Photo: Reviewed / Jackson Ruckar)

The best Cyber Monday kitchen deals 

Cyber Monday 2020: The best Cyber Monday kitchen deals

Cyber Monday 2020: The best Cyber Monday kitchen deals (Photo: Dash)

The best Cyber Monday vacuum deals

Cyber Monday 2020: The best Cyber Monday vacuum deals

Cyber Monday 2020: The best Cyber Monday vacuum deals (Photo: Eufy)

The best Cyber Monday tech deals

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Snowdaddy: Is The Next Hottest Artist

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Nicholas Darnell, better known as Snowdaddy is a 24 year old artist from the DMV area. He has an amazing sound. He uses his past experiences and pain to help create his music. Everything he raps about has actually happened to him in real life. Snowdaddy began his career in 2018. He didn’t know it would become his passion and it would soon become his career. Once people began to admire his music he started taking it a lot more seriously. His mixtape “Cold Summer” was his first project released. This project holds over 80,000 streams alone. His single “Facetime” featuring Kirko Bangz is one of his favorite projects and holds over 50,000 streams. He is not letting up. With each release he gets better and gains new fans constantly. This year he is putting in work.


Snowdaddy states “ He wants to be perceived as funny, humble , positive and mainly authentic.” This year so far he is marketing his content and plans to release a new video as well as new material. “It takes money to make money.” He says. He knows that he has to stay determined and consistent with his content and expand his growth. He gives a nice piece of advice to artists wanting to follow his path. Snowdaddy states “Stay out of trouble. Work hard. Stay focused. Persevere. Do not lose focus. Once you put your mind to something do not give up.” Make sure you keep up with his journey and follow him on social media.


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How Jess Glazer went from an elementary school teacher to running a multi-million dollar business as a business coach

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Jess Glazer is a multi-million dollar entrepreneur and coach whose sole purpose is to help numerous individuals achieve their business goals. So far, Jess has created multiple 6 and 7 figure businesses and helped her clients do the same. However, getting here was not an easy job for her. 

In this exclusive interview with RedX Magazine, Jess Glazer shares how she transitioned from an elementary school teacher to a business coach and quality advice for anyone striving to achieve success in her industry.

1.How did you transition from an elementary school teacher to a business coach?

I love this question because it’s the most bizarre, non-linear, unplanned transition that I could have never dreamt up or imagined without simply surrendering and focusing on where I “was at” rather than where I “was going”. 

During my 8 years working as a teacher, I always had a “side hustle” consisting of personal training, online training (hosting challenges/selling workout programs), blogging, and hosting monthly women’s fitness events even international retreats. Why is this important? Well, when I left teaching, the only plan I had was to “do what I had to do to make ends meet,” and I knew it would be in the industry of health/fitness in a multitude of capacities. 

When I left my job, we moved to NYC, and I focused solely on my personal training and building my online business. My cute “side hustle” very quickly exploded into a 6-figure business, and it sparked the interest of many of my trainer friends. 

They started asking me “how”? How did I build online? How was I making so much money with such a small follower? How could they learn the skills like creating a landing page, building an email list, etc.? One friend quickly multiplied into 2, then 3, and within a month, I was helping 5+ friends once per week at the gym, and I realized I was not only capable of helping more people, but I could also start charging (because my friends were getting amazing results).

After running both online health/fitness and business coaching (while still personal training in person) for 1.5 years, I made the tough decision to leave the health/fitness industry (after 18 years) behind and go “all in” with just business coaching. The moment I let that part of my identity go and focus on my business, we scaled into a multiple 7-figure business and grew to a team of 11. 

Besides investing in myself (courses, masterminds, reading, events, podcast), I’ve never taken any formal business or marketing classes before. This journey was never the plan, but it’s exactly where we’re meant to be. Impact and education are the North Star in which guides all of our decisions.

As our business has scaled, I “retired” my husband, we left NYC and are living the nomadic RV life full-time, and we’re expanding our company; there is another small pivot on the horizon!

2.What’s your business model, and how have you grown your revenue?

Our basic business model is centered around the coaching industry, which means offering different small/large group coaching programs to clients. They’re run just like a semester in school with a start and end date. We also have other niche coaches on staff that teach what I can not (like an accountant, lawyer, technology coach, etc.).

Over the years, I’ve expanded from being a solopreneur running the entire back/front of the business and doing all of the coachings to now an entrepreneur with a team of 11. This has allowed me to stay in my “ZOG – Zone of Genius” and delegate the things I’m not great at. 

By doing this, I’ve opened my space for myself to continue creating/coaching. I credit my revenue growth to my personal growth. The more I expand myself, stretch myself, my network, and my education, the more our revenue grows!

I’m a huge advocate for diversifying your streams of revenue, so at the current moment (stepping into 2021), our business model looks like this:

– Empower: 3-month group coaching for new entrepreneurs (typically 40-50 students/cohort)

– Elevate: 4-month small group mentorship for higher-level entrepreneurs (10-15 student/cohort)

– 1:1 coaching: 6-month container (3-6 clients at a time)

– Affiliate partnerships: I work with several brands/coaches helping sell their programs/products that I know, like, trust, and use for a kickback

– Events & Retreats

– Physical products

– Real estate rentals

– Investing in startups

What are some of the challenges you’ve faced in your business, and how have you gotten over those challenges?

Aside from minor challenges that everyone faces like difficult conversations (letting team members go), technology issues, investments where you don’t see your return, and so on, the biggest challenge has been ME!

Building a business, building a company, putting yourself out there in the media, and stepping up as a leader require a ton of inner work. I’ve had to navigate my ego getting in the way of making decisions, imposter syndrome holding me back, perfectionism becoming an excuse to procrastinate when something is hard, releasing expectations of others, becoming a master of letting go, rewiring my relationship with control so that I can pass off tasks and delegate, getting over fears, judgment, and becoming more strict around my own needs and boundaries. 

Building a business has been the most intense and expansive “course” I have ever taken in the personal development field. All of the challenges, whether an internal/external challenge; they’re just lessons and growth. 

With those lessons and growth, I’ve had to lean into my inner wisdom; I’ve taken my meditation practice from 3-4 days per week for 15 minutes to 6 days per week for 45-60 minutes, I utilize journaling daily, and I’ve invested in spiritual teachers and unbiased outside help to give me a space for processing. 

What are your goals and ambitions for 2021?

When I look at my goals and intentions for 2021, they’re all related in the sense that they start with me, my health, my happiness, and my energy before anything related to business. 

As I previously mentioned, my husband recently left his job to work in my business full-time, and we took our life to the road. That said, our number one focus and goal is building this business AROUND our life, not our life around the business. 

I was personally struggling with the idea and concept around not having a “home” with this new life, which we absolutely do have (it’s just on wheels). That said, my 2021 intention (and bracelet I wear as a daily reminder) says “Anchor”. A reminder that home is within me. I have the power to ground myself wherever I am. My husband and I both are focused on using 2021 as a year to get back to our foundations. The purpose is to ensure we’re taking care of ourselves, working out, playing, having fun, unplugging, dancing, laughing, cooking, getting in nature, etc.

As entrepreneurs, our health and energy are our number one assets, so the business will thrive when they’re taken care of properly. 

In terms of the business: we’re launching 2 new programs/products this year, getting involved with some physical products, investing money into new startups, and going through an entire brand build-out/rebrand. We will be placing an umbrella company on our current offerings to create its own brand identity and prepare it for expansion. 

While we’ve doubled our revenue year over year, this year, we are less concerned with doubling it again and more excited to increase it by only 25%-50% so that we can have more space in our lives to enjoy this new life on the road.

5.  What is your biggest piece of advice for other entrepreneurs?

My biggest advice is so cliche, but it’s too cliche a reason. Just start. There is no such thing as perfect; you’re always going to want to make it better, change it, or do it again. If you wait for it to be perfect, you’re going to miss your chance. Take messy action and fall in love with feedback. Feedback isn’t failure; neither are mistakes; it’s all neutral and simply information you can use to grow and get better.

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Rampant bullying on clubhouse

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The Harsh Reality that Comes with Social Media

Clubhouse Influencer Mario Nawfal sheds light-weight on the instances of bullying he has encountered on the aggressive platform

For some, social media could be a good way to hang around, except for others, it’s a business, or associate degree shake reality. As “anti-reality” because it could appear, social media isn’t any completely different than the globe we have a tendency to know; you’ll realize the nice and therefore the unhealthy specifically as you’d offline. 

We’ve all detected of Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and TikTok, however there’s a replacement platform that’s taking social media by storm right now—Clubhouse.

Clubhouse is associate degree audio-only mobile app that permits you to attach with completely different folks and begin conversations within a “room”. The networking potential of club is large, and it’s an excellent place to create relationships, discuss interests, and do business. The app has become insanely in style, because it reaches wider audiences daily.

Whether they’re exploitation it to grow their personal complete, their business, or simply for the fun of it, several of the club “originals” have already generated an oversized following. one in all the first adopters of club was Mario Nawfal, a business owner and enterpriser. As a business influencer with associate degree already established personal complete on Instagram and LinkedIn, Nawfal saw potential within the platform and a chance to grow his complete even additional. 

Within many weeks of change of integrity, Nawfal was already one in all the fastest-growing influencers on club, with over fifty,000 followers. His daily area “The Roundtable” hosts huge names in business like Tai Lopez, Naveen Jain and Jay Shetty. The round-table conference quickly became one in all the most important club area, with thousands of listeners standardization in daily, earning a footing because the #1 area in business and leading several to label Mario because the King of club. as a result of club could be a terribly intimate platform, building connections moves at a way quicker pace, which may successively be a ambiguous sword- leading users to creating each friends and enemies on the platform terribly speedily. 

One occasion wherever this ambiguous brand negatively affected Nawfal was once enterpriser and capitalist mythical being Calacanis joined one in all the rooms during which Mario was a moderator. in line with Nawfal, following a verbal disagreement with another moderator, Calacanis was affected back to the audience by a 3rd moderator. albeit Nawfal was really asleep throughout this fracas, Calacanis later began offensive Nawfal and a few of the opposite moderators on his Twitter feed, describing them as a gaggle of course-selling scammers and reportedly asked his followers to mass report Nawfal and therefore the different moderators, that eventually crystal rectifier to Nawfal’s club account obtaining suspended hastily. 

Clubhouse didn’t reply to my email and Nawfal’s account remains suspended as of this article’s publication. 

It’s very straightforward to possess somebody suspended on Clubhouse; it’s going to solely take fifteen folks reportage associate degree account to possess it mechanically “temporarily” suspended. This raises questions on the platform’s rule and talent to trot out the ugly aspect of humanity. to possess a giant influencer suspended while not investigation once their account is rumored, could be a major concern that the founders should address. 

While club features a forbiddance and reportage system that’s kind of like different social media platforms, the matter that club runs into is its inability to review the rumored content on time. because of their rapid climb, the team is understaffed, departure my below the belt suspended accounts still suspended awaiting the result of Clubhouse’s investigation.

As somebody that follows Mario Nawfal on his social media accounts, I will say that he really stands against “fake gurus” and scammers within the trade, and as way as i do know, he has ne’er sold-out a course or any information product in his life. whereas mythical being Calacanis could be a revered figure and there’s little question regarding his intentions, things like this will be harmful and might tarnish someone’s labor and name at intervals hours.

If there’s a deeper lesson to be learned these days, it’s that bullying is all-too common on social media and a way deeper downside that needs a lot of attention. New platforms like club should develop systems and processes to raised trot out such problems and treat them with a lot of importance.

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