Action Screen Graphics

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Action Screen Graphics
Action Screen Graphics is listed in the Embroidery category in Austin, Texas. Displayed below is the only current social network for Action Screen Graphics which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Action Screen Graphics on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 61.

Contact information for Action Screen Graphics is:
305 E 5th St
Austin, TX 78701
(512) 478-6248

"Action Screen Graphics" - ZapScore Report

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Action Screen Graphics has an overall ZapScore of 61. This means that Action Screen Graphics has a higher ZapScore than 61% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Austin, Texas is 40 and in the Embroidery category is 34. Learn more about ZapScore

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Action Screen Graphics shared Astraluxe Hoops's event.
Hula hooping is great way to just let go, relax, and have fun! Take a little bit of time with me this Saturday, to escape from your stresses and spin your way to a smile. We all need it!! <3
Join me as I swirl into the first day of the 2016 EAST Austin Studio Tour, with a Hula Hoop Happening! This event is for all ages and levels of hooping experience, so everyone is welcome. I will be giving some introduction to hooping lessons, to get you started, or if you are already a hooper, I would love to meet you and jam out with you! Some loaner hoops will be available for the event, and I will have some beginner hoops for sale, should you be bitten by the hooping bug and want one for your very own! : ) We will have refreshments and music, so come out and join the fun! Stop number 353 on the EAST Tour. ~Astraluxe
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MARK YOUR CALENDARS...the EAST Austin Studio Tour is less than a month away! We are stop number 353, at Smith Road Studios. Come join us for a tour of the shop, refreshments, and good times. November 12-13 and November 19-20.


"Being the class clown in college, most of my best stories started with the words, "Wouldn't it be funny if …" These words were usually a good indicator of a dumb idea that we would laugh about for years. While this made for great college stories, having a dumb idea in business makes the sting much greater. Now when I have a dumb idea, there is no team of cheering partiers who will applaud my bravery and won't remember my mistake tomorrow. Now there is a community of peers—people watching and waiting to see if I succeed—and some will even be giddy when I fail as if they needed proof that I wasn't as great as they think I think I am. I know I shouldn't care about those people watching me on the sidelines. But I do care. But not enough to stop trying. This business of being a motivational speaker (and I imagine not just my business) is built on risk. Courage is your No. 1 skill set. It's not just having the courage to get up on stage, but the courage to get up there and be different. It's having the courage to try new things, the courage to be cutting edge, the courage to be raw and vulnerable, the courage to put yourself out there over and over. It's having the courage to run with an idea and having no guarantee that it will work. I have tried jokes that bombed. I've told stories that offended people. I've hosted events where nobody showed up. I have boxes of products I convinced my husband that I would sell, and yet I never even opened the box. I have stacks of shiny, slick postcards that were outdated before I ever used them. I've had clients who didn't like me, and audiences that asked me not to come back. I'm pretty confident that for every good idea I had, there were 50 bad ones. But some were golden. I just didn't know it until I got on the other side of it. And I wouldn't have known had I not tried every one. That's the thing about innovation. The very concept is built on creating something that never existed before. So by its very nature, there is no guarantee that it will work. And even if you try it and it doesn't work, that doesn't mean it was necessarily a bad idea. You just might have gone about it the wrong way. One man's bad idea is often another man's jackpot. Don't be ashamed of your bad ideas. So you failed. Get over it. Celebrate that you tried. That is the victory. You had the courage to be pink in a sea of black and white zebras. Stay pink. Keep at it. Your next big thing is just around the corner." Source: Kelly Swanson