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LiquorSplit Is Becoming Top Choice for Drink Lovers in Miami, FL




LiquorSplit, launching its commercial operations last year, has emerged as a popular brand pegging acceptance by a large section of wine, spirit, seltzers and beer lovers due to its prompt and efficient delivery solution.

What is really worth mentioning, LiquorSplit delivers drinks at the doorstep of consumers thus saving their time, energy and money needed for commuting to brick and mortar shops to physically buy the drinks.

The unique delivery service devised by LiquorSplit along the scientific line has made the brand further popular all across the busy-bustling zip codes throughout Miami. What is great, LiquorSplit does not take a long time to deliver the consignment. It takes only 30-minutes to deliver the spirit, wine and beer by booking the order online.

The company has streamlined its supply chain management so efficiently that drinks are delivered at the very doorstep of consumers. Another attraction that LiquorSplit offers is on the price front as it supplies the wine and liquor at cheaper rates than available at the wine stores.

That is why LiquorSplit, as a brand, recorded 60%+ in its customer retention rate with a successful conversion rate of 23%.

Believing that the post-pandemic period needs innovative ways to serve the customers, LiquorSplit created a marketing strategy based on the on-demand economy which is fast developing and also is the need of the hour.

To exemplify, take the busy city like Miami where a customer of wine or alcohol would require quite a long time to commute to the physical shop to buy their stuff. LiquorSplit can shoot this trouble by delivering the alcohol brands of customer’s choice right at their home.

Practically speaking, LiquorSplit has redefined the nature of alcohol e-commerce in Miami. This may lead to alcohol e-commerce further growing in Miami in the immediate future.

Encouraged by its recognition and success as a prime alcohol e-commerce outfit of Miami, LiquorSplit is going to launch a dedicated mobile app of its own and will expand the business to other cities of the US.

A startup, LiquorSplit is going to hire hands who aim to have a successful career as e-commerce customer support staff. LiquorSplit believes in the motto that when a company cares about its customers and employees, its revenue flow will increase thus enhancing the graph of profitability.

“I take pride in my team. My team is full of individuals who are passionate about offering the best quality services to customers. We prioritise the needs of the customers and deliver them their chosen products within 30 minutes. We want our customers to enjoy quality time with their family members while we deliver them the best product at the right time,” Matt Bruce, CEO of LiquorSplit, stated.

The journey of LiquorSplit from a startup to a popular brand was not easy as it had to face several difficulties at the initial stage to manage its supply chain efficiently which it did most successfully.

This success can be gauged from the fact that last year, LiquorSplit maintained an average of 18 minutes for fulfilling customer’s orders, which is indeed remarkable. This was made possible as the company completely overhauled its delivery system mechanisms to meet demand of customers in the shortest possible time.

LiquorSplit is now offering a discount of 15% OFF with the code: CHEERS15 at checkout for first-time buyers!

Also, keep your eyes open to get the app launching very soon. In the meantime, customers residing in Miami can place their order on the website and enjoy a memorable delivery experience.

Go to to purchase your first order now!

Michelle has been a part of the journey ever since Bigtime Daily started. As a strong learner and passionate writer, she contributes her editing skills for the news agency. She also jots down intellectual pieces from categories such as science and health.

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Why Healing Yourself is the Gateway to Helping Your Clients Heal




In an old play based on Greek mythology, there’s a poignant chorus that talks about how physicians should best know how to heal their own illnesses. It goes like this: 

“You have suffered sorrow and humiliation. You have lost your wits and have gone astray; and, like an unskilled doctor, fallen ill. You lose heart and cannot discover by which remedies to cure your own disease.”

In the olden days, society shared a strong notion that those who are capable of helping others to heal must be capable of healing themselves as well. Today, people might be the same. Not many are so inclined to see a skin specialist whose skin suffers terribly, for example. 

And while this ideology might seem a little unforgiving, it persists. 

Doctors and those who specialize in helping others heal are at a high risk of ignoring their own struggles in favor of their work. This can be due to their personalities or the public’s expectation that they’re meant to have everything together as professionals who provide aid for others. 

This also applies to those who help others heal emotionally or spiritually.

And no one knows this better than Robin Rivera.

Channeling One’s Life Experiences to Guide Others to Exponential Healing

Spiritual healer Robin Rivera believes in embracing one’s past hurts and taking the difficult — but important — journey towards healing. She founded Robin Rivera Global to help people heal through holistic and shamanic techniques. 

Today, she also helps fellow spiritual coaches to reach others. 

“It’s all about liberation… I want to liberate as many people as I can to greater and greater states of love and freedom. And this really comes from a place in me that is driven by freedom and liberation,” she said. 

As someone who deals so frequently with the art of helping people heal emotionally and spiritually, one might expect her to be someone who’s always had it together from the start.

But this is far from the reality. 

Robin Rivera didn’t have a peaceful childhood. Her family was well-versed with child abuse for generations. And although Robin recognizes that her parents brought her up as well as they could, she still knew what violence was from a tender age.

“At 5 years old, I had decided that all I had was myself,” she recalled. 

Robin got into the habit of alcohol and substance abuse at the age of eleven. It was not long after when she became suicidal. It got to a point where Child Protective Services had to step in. 

After that, Rivera frequented the system. And it wasn’t smooth sailing from there, either. She underwent more abuse, collected more experiences to add to her traumatic past. Her parents eventually sent her to a boarding school in Mexico, where they hoped she would get the help she needed. But in that school, the students were locked in for over a year. 

Rivera recounted her experience in that school. It was shut down for child abuse shortly after she left. However, she realized that this difficult experience taught her how to survive, how to persist even when the odds were stacked against her.

Robin Rivera’s Rocky Journey in Search of Healing

Rivera eventually survived the ordeals of her childhood. But when she matured as an adult, she still struggled to find her way. 

Her past experiences taught her to survive, sure. But all the support, safety, and guidance she lacked growing up came back to haunt her. She found herself treading precariously over the edge, searching for a way to find her balance. 

“All I had was emotional baggage and trauma that I began to unlock and look at powerfully,” Robin explained about her past. 

Having been kicked out of her home at 17, she needed to support herself. She delved into the world of exotic dancing and more substance and alcohol abuse. She was also employed as an escort. 

The trigger that got her out of that lifestyle came in the form of a terrifying experience. 

Rivera somehow found herself under the grips of a human trafficker. She eventually began to sense that something was off about the way they operated. 

“I didn’t know what was going on,” she said. “But I knew I was very confused and that these were dangerous people.”

She did the only thing she could do: she ran. She was only 23 when she accepted help from her ex-boyfriend. After some time, when she decided to leave him to return to her parents, she found out she was pregnant. 

Love and the Pivotal Role it Plays in Healing

For someone who went through so much at such a young age, Robin’s pregnancy might have seemed like an impossible situation.

But Rivera recognizes her pregnancy as the pivotal turning point in her life. 

As Robin described in an interview: “I wanted to be a good woman for this innocent child, and that gave me the power to do things I thought were nearly impossible.”

She decided that she needed to change her life if she wanted to make a home for her child. She got herself a Bachelor of Arts in Social Welfare from UC Berkeley and went on to obtain a Master’s in consciousness and transformative studies. Rivera also spent her time and energy volunteering with the anti-human trafficking movement.

Rivera’s current specialization in spiritual healing stems from her training with the Chicana Latina Foundation. There, she met a shamanic therapist who made her realize her worth. She was told that she wasn’t broken; instead, she was spiritually gifted.

“Those words shook me to the core, and that was when I got to see with my eyes and feel with my heart what was possible,” Rivera said. “I delved into a lot of research on shamanic and holistic healing. And not long after, I created a business out of it.”

Flawed, or Relatable and Human?

Today, Rivera dedicates her time to aid others who struggle with their own trauma. Her journey down the path of healing has brought her eventual success; Robin Rivera Global now rakes in multiple six figures. 

And while Rivera is a spiritual healer, this lesson possibly applies to everyone whose job it is to uplift, cure, or support others in their physical, mental, emotional, or spiritual infirmities.

“At the core of what I do is I’m trying to create beauty out of my suffering,” Rivera explained. 

And perhaps, that is the best anybody can do. To help others is a noble thing, but we often forget that we cannot do so if we ourselves are burnt out. It’s like pouring water out of an empty kettle: it just won’t work, no matter how hard you try. 

Rivera turned her flaws into something her clients can relate to, something that makes her human. Maybe those who make a career out of the art of healing are called to do the same. 

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