Persuasive Presentation Outline Presentation Topic: To persuade my audience to become a volunteer of FoodFinderFoodBank in their free time. INTRODUCTION: I. Attention Getter: Andrew is disabled and lived in Newtown, Indiana alone. He lived on food stamps every month, but the amount of food stamps was always so limited. With the current relief then, it just not enough for him through every month.
Because people choose junk food restaurant to save time instead of cooking at home. According to an American study, they spend more than ($1,200) on junk food each year, research has shown. Some people did not look at what they spend their money on, they spend it all on unhealthy junk food. Also, they order a lot more than they need and it becomes extra for them, so they just waste money on food. From this it becomes quite evident that many people spend their money on food that can caused by loss of healthy
The fast-food experiment is one-sided and not a wide enough study, as there is only one individual/restaurant involved. In addition, every person is different in how his or her body processes food. Thus, for some individuals like Spurlock, by ingesting too many calories per day the inevitable result is weight gain. Yet, Don Gorske’s cholesterol remained at 140 after years of eating Big Macs (totaling 19,852) proving a similar stance in the opposing direction. Therefore, Spurlock’s findings for his one-sided experiment were too exaggerated and not scalable to the general population.
In Smith’s opinion the growing popularity of temp workers and agencies is a result of the free market functioning as it is supposed to. The more temp workers there are the better the free market will do because of these jobs. Adam Smith believed that the unregulated market will produce the most benefit than a regulated one could. The invisible hand is an important factor in Smith’s argument because it is when the market competition drives self-interested individuals to act in ways that serve society. The temp jobs are bettering the society because it is lowering costs for the business that are switching to this kind of labor.
Since 1990, the world has reduced the number of people who live in extreme poverty by over half. But that still leaves 767 million people living on the edge of survival with less than $1.90 a day.2 The numbers of world hunger has gone down by a lot, but yet world hunger is still going on. Some of the poorest countries in the world have few to no jobs, and the few jobs that there are, are paid very little each day. Survival is key to these people and with the little money they have, it’s hard to do that. Across the globe, conflicts consistently disrupt farming and food production.
World hunger is a problem in todays society. 12.9 percent of the worlds total population is hungry. Around 805 million people don 't consume the average amount of calories they’re supposed to on a daily basis. People who go hungry normally don’t have the land they need to grow food or the money they need. The world produces enough food to feed several billion people.
However, once again there is a strong mismatch between the individual economic effects of sprawl, and those on society. The summarizing of this conflict is that, current low density sprawl development patterns are preferred because they are relatively cheaper for the developer and individual purchaser. Water and sewer infrastructure costs are one particular aspect of urban sprawl which can prove to be too expensive for local governments. Oberio explained that development markets can be divided into land markets and floor space market. In the first case, the landowner sells their land to the developers and in the latter case, the developer rents floor space to the consumers.
People aren’t seen at stores counting off pennies to buy their groceries or a present for a friend very often are they? This is because pennies are just a waste of our time and space. Despite many people’s thoughts on this debate it has been going on for a couple years and we still haven’t came to a conclusion to this. The manufacture of pennies should be discontinued from the United States currency. First, over 700 million dollars is being lost per year just because of the time wasted counting pennies!
The amount of obese teenagers have increased gradually the past year due to excessive fast food. (Waldorf,2016) Many teenagers think that these food have the nutrients they need but it does not. Many doctors have stated that those fast food restaurants have bas nutrients and does not benefit your health. If advertisements of fast food restaurants have be banned to reduce the amount of teenagers who are obese due to that decreases. While some people claim that advertising for fast food restaurants should be banned to reduce the amount of obese, others disagree.
This is especially so because of the lack of regional or global alliances among suppliers. • Low forward vertical integration (weak force) In relation, most of McDonald’s suppliers are not vertically integrated. This means that they do not control the distribution network linked to McDonald’s facilities. • High overall supply (weak force) The relative abundance of materials like flour and meat reduces suppliers’ influence on McDonald’s. There is no need to anything about it (GREGORY, 2015) Reason behind threat of substitutes or substitution being a strong threat • High substitute availability (strong force) There are many substitutes to McDonald’s products, such as products from artisanal food producers and local bakeries.
But that still would not be enough. The main reason these big stores are attractive, is because since they buy in bulk, the store Is able to sell these items a lot cheaper, but If they were to buy in smaller sizing, it would cost more thus bumping the prices up. So basically in order for these big box or DIY stores to survive this crazy millennial generation, they would have to become a smaller store in order to have enough room in the cities, sell smaller sized products so the customers can easily make trips to the store if they have a big SUV, or even car or not, provide a mainly organic food line-up, and still maintain very cheap prices and membership benefits. In essence, these stores would have to become cheaper but just as good of quality if not better versions of a Trader Joe’s and Whole Foods type store. So in my own opinion, as a student in an introductory business class and with my expertise, I believe that millennials will kill off these big box and DIY stores because it just does not seem likely or possible that they would be able to do all the changes to the store while still offering the cheap prices they do now.
The only way to possibly defeat mcdonald 's was to present actual evidence that they were encouraging people to supersize their meal. during the test, Spurlock questioned random people whether or not they ate at mcdonalds. Most said they did. What was astonishing is that most of these people knew eating too much could be bad, but ultimately they ignored the fact. During the month Spurlock was asked to whether or not he wanted his meal supersized 9 times.
This results in increased consumer surplus, as they don 't spend time looking for other alternatives and find the housing that suits their needs immediately. However, the downside is that this app may be ‘unfair’ to those on lower incomes, as it is those who are willing to offer a ‘bit extra’ to secure a property, were the real winners. 5. The Rentberry app
The estimated costs to live on campus is $11,962 per year, which still doesn 't count the costs of food; which the estimated cost of food per year is $512 but, that is just for a meal card for their cafeteria not even counting outside expenses. For the average of most college students spend per year on miscellaneous items is $2,265; but for
“The US Mints budget in 2010 was 27.4 million dollars in penny production”(source 1). The time wasted counting money could add up to over 700 million dollars, this money could be spent on something important. For example some countries don 't even use them, one of those countries is canada they stopped minting them in 2013. They didn 't actually ban them they just stopped minting them but made them legal to use(Source 1). In conclusion the penny cost more to produce than it is worth, so it 's not worth making and most countries don 't even mint them anymore.