Alex Pall is a DJ and member of the Chainsmokers which includes Andrew Taggart and him. The duo is well known for the production of major hits including “Don’t let me down,” “Roses”’ and the award-winning single “Closer” that they featured Hasley.
Alex Pall grew up with interest in DJing. He was a DJ doing gigs for fun as a hobby because he felt it being scary pursuing something fun as a career. The idea changed one time when he was in an art gallery and realized that dance music was taking over his life, and he felt like he wants to give it a try. During that time, his manager introduced him to Drew, and they shared the same interest. The two started working together immediately as Drew moved from Maine and Alex Pall resigned his then job.
With a great understanding of what each will bring to the table, Alex Pall and Drew just knew they would work together well since they shared the same interest in music.
The dedication and desire to succeed that Alex Pall had made him very observant of the changes in the surrounding that will help in shaping his career. They worked hard from dawn to dusk to create an identity but were not treating it as a job then. Over time Alex Pall realized that it a career and it pays his bills so he got serious and stack to the core values that will help them create music that the audience will relate.
Alex Pall is always working towards producing something interesting for the fans. Before the interview, they were coming from a photo shoot and were continually discussing the design and content of their next album because he believes in trying new things to bring out something more significant. Despite working with songwriters, Alex Pall writes his lyrics and intents to release a DJ album with all the songs being related, unlike the standard settings that have three hit singles, six other songs and a couple of dance songs. Alex Pall believes that Halsey is a cool artiste that he could work with again after producing the hit single “Closer” together.
Hussain Sajwani is the successful business owner at the head of DAMAC Properties. He started out working in the family business. He views this part of his life as being instrumental in making him the person he is today. While a student in the US he got by selling timeshare apartments. His first job was with a financial institution where he processed payments for contracts for 2 years.
In the year 1982 he opened up a catering business that quickly grew and in no time was serving up to 150000 meals per day. Hussain Sajwani noticed the growth in the property market and decided he was interested in becoming a part of it. He started out developing small hotels and today he is involved in the development of the large building in upmarket areas.
In the year 2000 with the real estate market, open Hussain Sajwani established Damac Properties which have grown very quickly and is no longer confined to projects in Dubai. This has been a result of his vision and the fact that he has allowed his employees the freedom to pursue the course they see fit. The company has built more than 17900 homes and this can be attributed to the fact that he quickly identifies and acts on business opportunities.
According to alkhaleej.ae, DAMAC Properties is a very diverse company with employees from 77 different nations. This ensures that there are varied opinions and ideas brought to the table during any project. Mr. Sajwani maintains employee job satisfaction by ensuring that there are opportunities for advancement. Apart from setting clear goals, Hussain Sajwani believes in staying informed as current events often provide opportunities for new ventures. He also uses social media and to engage employees and clients.
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Real estate entrepreneur Hussain Sajwani is the world’s 10th Richest Arab but that was not always the case. He was born in 1952 to an Indian father who sold watches in the town of Sharjah, UAE. He got a scholarship to study in the United States of America from the United Arab Emirates government and graduated with a degree in Economics and Industrial Engineering from the University of Washington.
Neurocore currently uses neurofeedback as part of their research and development but the history of neurofeedback actually dates back to the late 1700’s and was first used by Alessandro Volta and Luigi Galvani, the founding fathers of modern electrophysiology and bioelectric theory. They first studied the effects of neurofeedback by attaching frog legs to an iron fence and observing what happens whenever lightning streaks across the sky. They discovered that, whenever it manifested, the frog legs would contract and they hypothesized that this was due to some inconsistencies in the electrical current of the lightning. Of course, it wasn’t until well into the 1800’s that they were actually able to provide evidence to definitively prove it. Follow Neurocore on Twitter.
Their findings and research would eventually pave the way for the innovation that is currently known as the electroencephalogram or EEG for short. Neurocore uses it by taking small metal disks known as electrodes and attaching them to the scalp of the patient. Scientists are then able to monitor the electrical activity within the brain and detect the electrical impulses. Back in the day, it was used to detect whether a patient had epilepsy but, in the modern era, it’s more commonly used as a diagnosis and treatment method for people who suffer from brain abnormalities and mental deficiencies. Hans Berger first observed the effects of neurofeedback on an EEG patient in the mid-20’s.
He went on to publish his findings in his 1929 paper that was appropriately called “About The Human Electroencephalogram.” His research would eventually lead to the development of what is now known as the Quantitative Electroencephalogram or, as it’s more commonly known, Qeeg. This type of technology is often used by Neurocore to analyze the brainwaves of their patients to help them determine the inherent causes of their depression. Many people praised Berger for his groundbreaking research but he, unfortunately, he lost his battle with depression and ended it all at the ripe old age of 78. Now, however, Neurocore is determined to find a cure for it and we wish them the best of luck on their future endeavors. Learn more about Neurocore at Crunchbase.
Rocketship Education is a network of non-profit public schools. The schools are serving most children who are coming from low-income neighborhoods where it would otherwise be difficult to access excellent schools. The school uses several methods of teachings to make sure they get to the needs of every child. One of the things that the Rocketship Education believes is that there is more in a transformation school than educating a child. One of the thongs that they do is to empower teachers, make sure they engage the parents and inspire the community around.
The primary mission of the Rocketship Education is to eliminate the achievement gap in the current times. They make sure that they embrace continuous innovations since the schools were founded in 2006. Since it was founded, the school has experienced a rapid expansion where they are opening one to three schools every year. The expansion project is to take the school to Nashville, Memphis, Indianapolis, New Orleans, and Washington CD.
Rocketship was founded by Preston Smith together with John Danner in 2006. The first school to open its gate to learners is in San Jose, California in 2007. The school was opened to take of students who could not afford high-cost education. It served in providing an alternative for low-income students. The work that the school was doing was highly appreciated and within a short time is expanded to six other schools in the San Jose area. The school uses a model of learning that use0073individualized online learning combined with classroom teaching. It also holds small group learning methods. That makes learning good schools better, and it is impacting on students from a low-income background.
The effect of the school was felt in the community, and after a short time, it started getting some substantial donations. Several organizations began funding the school making it possible to make better progress. In February 2015, Reed Hastings, the CEO of Netflix donated $ 2 million to the school to support its Bay Area growth. The education department also chipped and gave the school $250 million to enable the building of new schools. Later in 2017, the school changed its name from Rocketship Education to Rocketship Public Schools.
Victoria Doramus is an expert in the world of media. She has extensive knowledge in the art of advertisement and business communication. Ever since acquiring her Bachelor Associates degree, Doramus has worked with several companies to help make them more attractive to their audiences. She also has extensive credentials in both the film and t.v. industries which has helped to further her knowledge of how to best utilize the art of advertising in the most efficient manner possible.
After acquiring her degree in journalism and mass communication, Victoria Doramus immediately started working with different companies to help them cultivate the image they want. Years of working in advertising has helped her make a name for herself and gave her fame across the world. Unfortunately, this also place a lot of pressure on her and pushed her to start taking drugs and alcohol in order to cope. It took years for her to tackle her addictions. She is now working with several charities to help other people tackle their addictions.
Today, Doramus still works on advertising and studying how that field has changed over the years. Today’s trend of collecting personal data on yourself in such ways as seeing how many calories you consume and how many steps you take as you walk is a field of great interest to her. She’s very interested in seeing how it can keep people healthy. She also uses a personal “to-do” list to help her figure out what to do during a day and she enjoys checking things off that she has finished.
Doramus says that she would tell her younger self to enjoy life and not worry so much about what the future holds. She also says that she loves her current smartphone and personally loves redemption stories.
Ryan Seacrest is most recognizable as the host of both “American Idol” and “Live! With Kelly and Ryan!”, both on ABC. He has many other endeavors to his credit, which will be briefly reviewed below.
Ryan Seacrest is the host of the nationally syndicated “On Air with Ryan Seacrest” radio show, a top 40 station program broadcast from Los Angeles radio station KIIS-FM 102.7. He also hosts the morning talk show “Live!” with his co-host, Kelly Ripa. While Ripa has been on the show for many years, Ryan Seacrest is just beginning his second season as co-host. Seacrest is also an executive producer on the show.
Every New Year’s Eve, Ryan Seacrest is the host and executive producer on “Dick Clark’s Rockin’ New Year’s eve!” on ABC. The show is a perennial tradition on the network, and Seacrest became the host after original host Dick Clark’s passing in 2012. Seacrest has kept the tradition alive as the show continues with him at the fore.
Ryan Seacrest Productions is a production company that Seacrest heads. It produces a wide array of programming for several networks, from Netflix to E! to BRAVO and more. The “Kardashian” reality shows as well as NBC police drama “Shades of Blue” are some of the shows from Ryan Seacrest Productions; One of their more prominent shows is the regularly occurring “E! Live on the Red Carpet” specials that accompany many major Hollywood events.
There are also several entrepreneur endeavors of Seacrest’s, beginning with his menswear lineDistinction, at Macy’s. He also has a men’s skincare endeavor, Polished, developed in conjunction with dermatologist Dr. Harold Lancer.
Seacrest (@RyanSeacrest) also carries several endorsement deals with companies like Coca-Cola and Ford Motor Company, along with several others. He also has a charitable organization, the Ryan Seacrest foundation, that primarily focuses on working with sick youth. Seacrest is the chairman for his eponymous foundation, which has several broadcasting centers in children’s hospitals. He also serves as a board member of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Seacrest relocated to New York to fulfill his duties as co-host of “Live!”.
The founder of NV Real Estate, Nick Vertucci has a long story to tell about his life if you ask him. His story is so inspiring and can make one start working hard to be successful. He came from a family that was humble buy not weak, but the moment that his father passed on, Nick Vertucci says things turned to be wrong. His mother was now the only person that provided for the family, and she worked long hours to cater for him and his family.
When he was 18, his financial status was low, but after some struggle within a few years, he started doing business. The feeling of being one’s master was beautiful as he sold computer parts. He got married around that time and had lovely daughters, and everything was going on well until 2000 dot-com crisis. He discovered that he had made a mistake of not investing in the future. When a friend talked to him about making good use of the weekend, he did not like it and insisted on relaxing. After a while, he was convinced by the friend that it was going to be productive and after that time, life changed ultimately for the better. This is after they attended a workshop.
Nick Vertucci learned a lot from the speaker, and though he did not understand everything, he had to apply the lessons he heard. He got renewed, motivated and prepared. In 10 years, Nick Vertucci researched for ways that could do his businesses and dreamed a reality. He finally came up with a system that could give him income within a short time. It was in real estates doing a straightforward, modest and legal business.
In his life, he does not want to deny others opportunities, but he would like other people to come up with their businesses and make money in millions just like him. Nick Vertucci vowed to train people on how to make a trade prosper. The lessons in his real estate academy include how to get out of a debt crisis, how to make money, and how to transform your families destiny to affluence.
Since the co-founder of Papa Johns, John Schnatter, was caught using a racial slur during a conference call, the company has yet suffered some downswings and setbacks. The Superbowl has dropped Papa John’s as their official pizza and baseball is also taking a step away from them. The company has since removed John’s face from the pizza boxes and marketing materials.
The CEO of Papa John’s, Steve Ritchie has since released an apology for John Schnatter’s behavior. In this apology release he is apologetic for the slur and states “those words in no way represent my views or the values of our company”. He also says the racism will not be tolerated in any degree. He also explains that Papa John’s is more than John Schnatter, and that is contains 120,000 other employees from all different backgrounds. Furthermore, Steve Ritchie Papa John’s goes on to explain three ways about how he will go about fixing the companies intolerance for discrimination. The first action he will execute is sending out auditors to monitor the diversity of the company. The second action is he will send a senior manager on the road to find out more from employees about their ideas for moving froward. And, thirdly, Steve states he will be “transparent” with everyone along the way. He shows later in the apology letter how much he wants to fix the problems and gain customer’s trust in the company again.
This apology come after Ritchie’s first open apology on the Papa’s John site. The first letter seemed to have not held out as well, as it lacked an apology and overall compassion. In hopes to redeem the company the second apology has hopes of succeeding as a true apology as it declares accountability, and direct ways of improving the company. Time will tell if the world will be taking this apology into consideration, or is the third time will be the charm. Know more about Ritchie’s promotion here.
When serial entrepreneurs Randy Ray and Wendy Lewis founded Jeunesse Global back in 2009, they had no idea of the stratospheric heights to which their fledgling enterprise would soar. The couple had recently decided to retire, finally hanging it up after a career that had spanned decades. Responsible for founding over a dozen of the most successful businesses in the multi-level-marketing industry, Ray and Lewis wanted to take some time to enjoy the many fruits of their labor. They were looking forward to spending more time with each other and their ever-growing number of grandchildren.
However, it didn’t take long for Ray and Lewis to realize that they had committed to something for which they were not cut out. The industrious couple quickly began to feel a deep sense of nostalgia for the business world that they had left behind. With their days empty, Ray and Lewis started feeling the itch to get back into the swing of things. The couple began selling a few health and beauty products out of their Florida home as a way to pass the time. This was the beginning of the company that would eventually come to be known as Jeunesse Global.
From the beginning, Ray and Lewis were highly adept at spotting underserved market niches and devising products that expertly exploited those opportunities. And this uncanny ability to give the health and beauty market what it wants continues to the present.
One example of the kind of innovative and effective products that Jeunesse Global offers is its Instantly Ageless micro-crème and facial cleanser. Instantly Ageless is a top-ranked facial wash, able to penetrate deep into the skin’s pores and remove grime and dirt that are the cause of many unsightly blemishes.
But it is in the area of anti-aging effects that Instantly Ageless really shows its value. Made with the company’s secret APT-200 molecule, Instantly Ageless is able to reduce a user’s apparent age by as much as a decade. And it can do this in just a couple of minutes of the user’s time per day.
Robert Ivy is the current chief executive officer of the American Institute of Architects. Recently, Robert won a highly coveted award in recognition for his professional excellence and contributions to the architecture field. Ivy was recently given the Lifetime Achievement Award. This award is given annually to those who make significant contributions to the performing and creative arts fields. After winning this award, Robert Ivy was able to add yet another major accomplishment to his list of career achievements. He previously won an award for his work in editing earlier in his career. Visit on his twitter for latest updates.
Once Robert Ivy was given the Lifetime Achievement Award in June, a number of people close to him were very happy about him receiving his latest award. There were colleagues who mentioned that Ivy winning this award has made him a great ambassador to the field of architecture. They said that he is well deserving of this award due to being very skilled in writing, editing and practicing architecture. As a result, Robert has been able to distinguish himself from his peers in the architecture field. All of his colleagues congratulated him on his most recent accomplishment.
The career of Robert Ivy began after he completed a master’s degree in architecture from Tulane University. Ivy would begin working as a writer for a number of top architecture publications. This allowed him to put together a number of informative articles about some of the most relevant trends in the architecture field. After working as a writer, Robert Ivy then moved on to editing and spent a number of years in this position. Ivy would evaluate a number of articles for major publications and then decide on which ones to publish for the magazine companies he worked at. Robert eventually became the editor in chief and received a major award for his contributions. Today Robert is a member of the American Institute of Architects. As the CEO of the organization, he participates in setting the policies and organizing the programs that it has available. Under his leadership, the organization has grown to become a worldwide entity that provides education, support and mentorship to architects all over the world.