Monthly Archives: November 2018

Ryan Seacrest: The Media Guru

Ryan Seacrest was born in Atlanta Georgia 44 years ago. His passion in media started at a very tender age where he would pass the time hosting imaginary shows to his family. In his teenage, Ryan Seacrest’s dream was revived when he landed an internship at WSTR FM. Here he was taught in depth about […]

Neurocore Is Taking Its Neurofeedback To The Big Leagues

The world of professional sports brings in some of the largest revenues in the entertainment industry and the field of competition is continually getting steeper. In today’s modern era of sports, where there is a lot of money to be made for top-notch performances and championships, pro athletes from all sports are always looking for […]

The Naked Truth about Waiakea Water

The bottled water company is among the booming industries in 2018. With all the varieties available in the market, it is hard to decide which the best option for you to consume is. Manufacturers have come up with attractive taglines to encourage consumers to choose their brands while others invest in branding their products. Waiakea […]

Vin Gupta: Redefining Success Is Critical To Individuals Prosperity

  According to Vinod Gupta, one of the most successful entrepreneur with Indian descent, most of the individuals around the world have the tendency of feeling overwhelmed by most of the scenarios that they experience in their daily routine. The tendency of feeling overwhelmed makes them have a perception and feeling that they cannot be […]

Ted Bauman Doesn’t Think Amazon is A Monopoly

Steve Jobs was the tech world king of 2008 when he introduced the iPhone. The Kantar Worldpanel market research firm says that the iPhone is the world’s most popular smartphone. This made Apple a monopoly. When Jobs died in 2011, Amazon’s Jeff Bezos stepped in to continue Jobs’ work by trying to dominate retail. Enter […]

Event Planner Kimberly Bakker Shares Some Of Her Party Hosting Tips

  Kimberly Bakker is a San Francisco-based event planner. She owns and operates her own event planning and consulting firm, Kimberly Bakker Events. She has hosted many events over the years as both a professional and in her personal lives. As she wants to help others host successful holiday parties, Kimberly Bakker wrote an article […]

Robert Ivy opens up on the benefits of joining AIA

Robert Ivy is the executive vice president and CEO of the American Institute of Architects (AIA). He is an experienced professional in this field. His wish has been to help other architects to know what the industry demands of them. He believes in giving back to the community, and that is why after spending many […]

Doe Deere Finds Home In The U.S.

When Xenia Vorotova was a teenager in Russia, she and her family talked of moving to the U.S. to pursue their dream of a successful, free life. Finally, the chance to move to the U.S. presented itself and Xenia was reborn as Doe Deere, fashion icon and entrepreneur with a base in New York City. […]

Louis Chenevert- Successful corporate executive

Canadian Businessman Louis Chenevert is one of the successful people in corporate America. He has held the senior most position in one of the biggest corporations in the world, United Technologies Corporation (UTC). Leaders such as Chenevert have facilitated the growth of this company over the years. He was the CEO between 2008 and 2014. […]

Robert Deignan- A digital solutions provider

As a far as tech solutions are concerned, there is one company that is far much ahead of others. This is a company that everyone who encounters a tech problem should be talking to. The level of expertise in this company is on a different level compared to what we are used to. This is […]