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Wengie’s preparation for school

Wengie outlines a number of late morning hacks that one can complete in an attempt to arrive to school in a timely manner. A morning drink gets Wengie’s day off to a strong start. She simply fills up her mug with water and lemon squeeze as a detox option. Lemon squeeze is her choice since it is simpler than having to cut up an actual lemon. As she brushes her teeth, Wengie makes certain that a motivational card is stationed by her mirror so as to get her in a positive mind set for her upcoming day at school. In addition, she keeps a timer nearby so that brushing time is a full couple of minutes to ensure all teeth are attended to.

 

Wengie uses multi-purpose make-up to shorten the time to get ready for school. She showers the night before and utilizes a dry shampoo along with her hair dryer to get her hair perfect. Wengie goes with a pony tail style so that it lasts for a couple of days versus having to go through the same drill the following day. Wengie keeps an emergency outfit at the ready that she would be comfortable wearing on any day of the week including a pair of jeans, t-shirt, and socks rolled up tightly in a strategic area in her closet. Wengie goes for a breakfast smoothie once dressed and ready to go. She prepares the fruit ahead of time and stores the zip lock bags of fruit in the freezer so they are ready to pour into the mixer for convenience.

 

Wengie prepares a sandwich the night before school and uses a piece of baking paper to separate her lettuce and tomato from the two slices of bread. Once she is ready to devour the sandwich, the baking paper is pulled from the sandwich. This keeps the bread from getting too soggy. Her backpack is filled the night of school as well. Wengie makes certain that she keeps a list of everything needed prior to departing for school. She posts the list at the front door so that she can view it prior to departure so nothing is missed.

Clay Siegall is a leader in advancing cancer therapies

Co-founder of Seattle Genetics, Dr. Clay Siegall, has helped pave the way for new antibody-based cancer therapies. Experience working with the National Cancer Institute has given, Dr. Siegall insight into what is needed in the cancer therapy market. Reducing the toxic effect of traditional chemotherapy by developing antibody-drug conjugates (ADC) that specifically targets cancer cells, and leaves other cells alone. Dr. Siegall was able to get the FDA approval of the ADC treatment.

Seattle Genetics, founded in 1997 is a bio-technical company that has focused itself on furthering cancer therapies, and providing new alternatives for a larger market. Pushing forward new advances in cancer cell treatments by implementing ADC technologies. Dr. Siegall helps provide valuable background knowledge in medical research, as well as guides the company towards creating more patent ADC treatments using the companies proprietary technology.

Dr. Siegall is the current CEO of Seattle Genetics as of November 2002. He has worked in several positions during his time with the company including 5 years spent as the chief scientific officer between, December 1997 – June 2000. With nearly 20 years of experience in the field of cancer research and therapeutic drug development, Dr. Siegall has directed his workers at, Seattle Genetics to develop excellent research skills to create ADC. Dr. Siegall, has given interviews about ADC for the protein-engineering summit (PEG) which can be found here.

Since the age of 19 when his father was diagnosed with brain cancer, Dr. Siegall thrust himself into the field of medical research. Getting his start with National Institutes of Health, Dr. Siegall, has went on to receive a Ph.D. in Genetics from George Washington University, and a B.S. in Zoology from the University of Maryland.

Cone Marshall Proceeds To Clinch A Top Position Once Again

Cone Marshall has maintained a prime position in the industry as the most preferred law firm in New Zealand. At inception in 1999, Cone Marshall did not have many clients and its performance during the first five years was not so impressive. However, in 2005 a new team of professionals came in and injected new life into the firm, a move that stirred growth. Today, Cone Marshall has grown to become a reliable provider of trust and estate litigation support. They have been working with clients from both New Zealand and overseas.

 

The few achievements that have been witnessed over the years reflect the dedication the leaders of the firm have put to its management. It has taken one decade to bring the firm to stand out and attract the attention of clients from other countries. To clinch the position, Cone Marshall has concentrated on offering unique and tailored solutions to problems affecting their clients. The firm has invited new professionals who are experienced and passionate about commercial laws and this has boosted performance across all levels.

 

Additionally, Cone Marshall has invested in the installation of a reliable technological system that has boosted growth. It has been running a new system where information shared by clients can be accessed easily by staff to ensure the delivery of solutions is a fast and an accurate process. Cone Marshall has also worked on educating staff on handling new procedures that come with the modern technological system.

 

The management team

Without the management team, Cone Marshall could not be as successful as it is. These are professionals with many years of experience who have drafted solutions to different challenges and overseen the growth process of the firm.

 

One of the staunch leaders who have contributed largely to the development of Cone Marshall is Karen Marshall, a lawyer with over 20 years working on tax and trust litigation. She has helped clients from across the world to solve demanding problems and her input at Cone Marshall has steered the firm to becoming a leader in the industry.

 

Geoffrey Cone is also commended for working with different professionals at Cone Marshall to streamline the service delivery system.

 

 

QNET and Sharp Announce their Partnership

Sharp, the leading company in Japanese Technology, is proud to announce the strategic partnership we have entered into with the Indian based company QNET. Our partnership is geared towards promoting our co-branded air purifier dubbed Sharp-QNET Plasma Cluster through the e-commerce platform owned by QNET. This announcement was made by Kishalay Ray, the President of Sharp Business Systems India Private Limited. He is in charge of Consumer Business.

 

QNET has over the last several years shown what we are capable of doing in as far as health and the wellness of our product segment is concerned. This is what formed the basis of the decision that we would make the best partners to distribute the SHARP Air Purifier array of products. SHARP also saw that it was through us (QNET) that they would be able to reach the sophisticated and established consumer network that trusts our company and is accustomed to buying wellness, health as well as beauty products from us. Our Spokesperson at QNET India termed the partnership (Sharp-QNET) as a win-win situation for both parties. With this new Sharp-QNET Air Purifier, we will be able to offer our customers with a great product that fits seamlessly to our unending philosophy on healthy living.

 

About QNET

 

QNET ltd refers to a direct selling type of company based in Hong Kong and the QI Group are its owners. It deals in quite a number of products that include weight management, energy, personal care, luxury goods, fashion accessories, home care and nutrition. Its marketing strategy follows the model of direct selling and the multi-level marketing. This model depends on some independent representatives who usually refer the products on sale to consumers and then get a commission on the volume of sales these consumers make. They also get compensation from the sales and referrals made by the representatives who fall under their teams.

 

QNET is operational in over 160 countries making it the leading company dealing in direct selling. It has operated in the United Arab Emirates, Philippines, Indonesia, Vietnam, Taiwan, Thailand, Egypt, Rwanda and Cote d’Ivoire. It also has franchise companies in Turkey and India. Its main products remain to be health and wellness products which are in line with its philosophy of promoting a healthy life. It mainly deals in products that boost the energy, nutrition and general health of consumers. It also deals in other products for personal care and beauty, education, jewelry, technology, motor care and holidays. Recently, it has introduced products that are meant to enhance life like water filtration systems and air purifiers.

Helane Morrison Continues To Build On Impressive Career

Helane Morrison is currently serving as the Managing Director, General Counsel, and Chief Compliance Officer for Hall Capital Partners LLC. She received her B.S. in Journalism from Northwestern University as well as a J.D. from the University of California from Berkeley School of Law where she also served as the Editor-In-Chief of the California Law Review.
Her career has encompassed prestigious positions like serving as a law clerk for Supreme Court Justice Harry A. Blackmun and Hon. Richard A. Posner, and practicing law at Howard, Rice, Nemerovski, Canady, Falk & Rabkin in the mid 80’s through the mid 90’s where she focused on business litigation and the defense of private securities as well as SEC matters. She also worked for the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) from 1999 through 2007. She was Regional Director, responsible for securities enforcement, regulatory matters, and litigation in Northern California and five other Northwest states. She also headed the enforcement for the local San Francisco SEC office in business, financial, and legal matters.
Only some people have what it takes to spend their lives not only embodying ethical integrity, but helping maintain companies integrity as well as clients. Helane Morrison is one of those few people who has what it takes. She’s worked hard through her career to prevent corruption and protect the vulnerable in the process.
Starting all the way back to the financial collapse of 2008, a mistrust was formed by the people when it came to big business. Weather it was banking or Wall Street, even through the current times as the economy has improved, it’s clear the curtain fell and the people saw the truth, corruption and lies created an over-inflated bubble that finally hit it’s max and popped. As the current presidential campaign all these flaws and wrongs have been brought back to the spotlight and people are clearly afraid that it’s still happening. The industry can easily hide it’s misdeeds from the people, unless there is someone to watch, some sort of watchdog. Enter Helane Morrison. She’s brave, gutsy, and not afraid to stand up to anyone or any corporation. Helane conquered the mans world of Wall Street with her time working for the SEC, and now she has a new cause on her plate – equality.
After all her years of government service she has changed her career direction. She quickly discovered that while there are plenty of college students of both genders enrolled in business and finance courses in college, the workplace is a predominantly male world. She has not only become a champion for more women in her world, but become an employee for Hall Capital, a firm that is run completely by women. Not only is the company succeeding in the business world, but they have found the skills that women need to utilize in the workplace, Flexibility and resiliency. Through her employment with the company she is not only still working to enforce rules and regulations to keep the world of business and finance honest, but helping find ways to bring women into the business world and gender equality into the industry.

Forbes 500 Company Computer Sciences Corporation and Eric Pulier

Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) is a global leader in professional information technology services and solutions, using only the best industry solutions, domain expertise and global scale to serve clients for over 50 years.

Started in April 16, 1959 by Roy Nutt and Fletcher Jones, CSC began by providing programming tools such as Compiler and assembling software.

In the 60s, it provided software writing services for major computer manufacturers, of which included IBM and Honeywell, and secured contracts for the US public sector with NASA and other companies. By 1963, CSC had already become the largest software company in the US and was first to be listed on the American Stock Exchange. Just 5 years later, they were already listed on the New York Stock Exchange and has operations in multiple areas of the world, including Canada, India, and Germany.

Company headquarters remained at El Segundo, California up until 2008, where headquarters relocated to Annandale, Virginia. Eric Pulier joined Computer Sciences Corporation in order to manage its cloud-computing department as Vice President and General Manager in 2013.

Now, Computer Sciences Corporation reports $12.2 billion in revenue, has over 70,000 employees in over 70 countries, has remained in the Fortune 500 since 1995, ranking 162 in 2012, is in Forbes Global 2000 list, and was even ranked 8th in Software Magazine’s Software 500, which ranked the world’s largest software and service providers.

About Eric Pulier
Eric Pulier went to Harvard University, where he studied English and American Literature, Computer Science, and Visual and Environmental Studies. He graduated Magna Cum Laude in 1988 with a Bachelors Degree. Nowadays, Pulier is a father of four and serves on the board of The Painted Turtle, a summer camp for children with chronic illnesses, and the Innovation Board of the XPRIZE Foundation.

Pulier is also founder of over 15 companies, some of which include Akana, Desktone, and Media Platform. Chosen by the Presidential Inaugural Committee, he created and executed the Presidential Exhibition in 1997 – called “The Bridge to the 21st Century” – for Bill Clinton and Al Gore. As a result, he was asked by Morley Winograd, the Vice president’s Senior Domestic Policy Advisor, to join him on the board when he became Chairman of the Center for Telecommunications Management at the USC Marshal School, where Pulier served for 4 years. Currently, Pulier works as Founder and Executive Director for Enterprise Cloud Leadership Council, Chief Executive Officer and Co – Founder of ServiceMesh, Founder of Desktone, and Founder and Executive Chairman at Akana.

Brian Bonar: Building Value To Companies

Successful finance executives understand what motives and crafts anticipations geared to enable an individual do what they are good at. Marcus Buckingham once documented in his book, “The One Thing You Need to Know” that in the thoughts of excellent managers, persistent unpleasing performance is not essentially a matter of weakness but rather a matter of miscasting. Prosperous finance executives especially CEOs have it at the back of their minds what rhymes with their organizations. Most CEOs seem to posses an intuitive sense of what defines a unique corporation and leverage the expertise to craft milestones that bring out the best out of the company. The outcome is a productive, strategically operating venture that puts in mind that energy, passion, and focus are key.

Long term success for a company comes as a result of some traits exhibited by financial executives. This distinguishes an excellent company from a typical one that is trying to keep afloat. Quality management to such executives does not matter a lot but rather the endeavors to create long-term success. For Brian Bonar, a well-known financial executive this has always been his primary objective as well as an anthem. Bonar is one of those CEOs who understand the customers needs and works with due diligence to keep up with the company’s vision. Bonar has made history in the finance world, and his professional achievements and academic accomplishments are one to be reckoned. Not to mention that these earned him the Cambridge, Who’s Who® Executive of the Year in 2000 in Finance. With 30 years of experience in the finance world, Mr. Bonar has had a toll in his career and his determination, passion for what he undertook and more so hard work have made him the successful finance executive he is today. Any company run by Mr. Bonar has received due respect and principal changes in their operations.

Brian Bonar is the chairman and chief executive officer of Dalrada Financial Corporation, a San Diego, California-based company that offers several professional services pertaining to human resources to businesses. He is also the CEO of ITEC (Imaging Technologies Corporation), a leading producer of color management software and service organization for digital imaging hardware. Prior to these, Bonar served for numerous companies where he portrayed strong work ethics and served as a driving force to propelling the companies to success.

During the initial stages of his career, Bonar worked with IBM, U.K. Ltd. for almost 17 years where he was astute in the roles he undertook. He later worked with companies such as QMS, Inc., Rastek Corporation, Adaptec, Inc., Bezier Systems, Inc., among others. Prior to working at ITEC, Bonar served as the CEO, CFO, president, secretary, director and treasurer of TRUCEPT INC.

The Show Place For The Collector

How does Adam Sender select the next piece of art that will double his return on investment? Is it luck? Does he really have that special talent for picking the right painting or art object?

We’ll probably never know the secret, and great instinctive vision may be the answer. Whatever his secret is, he isn’t sharing but showing. Over the past two decades, Adam Sender has purchased artwork growing his art collection into a chunk of change. He now has so many pieces of art from paintings to objects, that he has a full-time curator managing his collection and not enough room to store it in his penthouse in New York City. A modest 3600 sq.ft. apartment in the SoHo section on Manhattan, which includes three terraces overlooking the city below.

Anyone who lives in Manhattan hearing the square footage of 3600 for an apartment begins to immediately drool. Actually, living in a spacious apartment of that size still doesn’t allow for exhibiting beautiful artwork. Many pieces of artwork, to be displayed properly for enjoyment, need space, and breathable air around the piece, room to step back and view from many angles. This explains why Adam and his wife, Lenore, moved to Miami, Florida. Now occupying one of their properties in the Miami Area, they intend to create a “Pop-Up Exhibition” in another property they own in that area. Of course, keeping the penthouse in Manhattan to then vacation in the metropolis of city life before returning to their property in Miami that provides warmer weather in the winters.

With their new group of close friends they have made in Miami, the idea of a “Pop-Up Exhibition” site offers them the opportunity to share their interest in art and beauty collected over the past two decades. This would certainly be a treat for their friends, and living so close to the exhibition property, they could certainly get more pleasure from their collection more often.

Possibly they sill has space at their new property to move the collection of vehicles now being garaged in another home in Sag Harbor in the Hamptons. Among the vehicles in Adam’s collection are four Land Rovers, two Benzes, two Porsches, and the prize being a 1973 Cadillac Eldorado Convertible. Of course in mint condition and as shiny as a new penny. Can’t you see that beauty rolling down the strip in Miami, with the top down.

The word is out that Adam Sender is taking a very big interest in the movie business. This may account for the additional home in Bel Air, California. Having a home in the Bel Air community offers an entirely different set of friends, and offers insight into the world of where and how movies are made.

Maybe we’ll be hearing Adam Sender’s next investment picks coming from Hollywood. We’ll have to wait and see.

Dan Newlin Fights for Damages for the Little Guy

Dan Newlin, Esq. & Partners is energized to battle for you. Accident victims and their families have recovered over $150,000,000 from their legal work. Have you had a personal injury from an accident and find that you have lasting medical problems?

Dan Newlin & Partners is a prominent personal injury law firm. The law firm is focused on fighting for the little guy who has experienced an injury in an accident. The firm is committed to using their legal skills to achieve the settlements that you deserve. Dan Newlin prides himself in his accomplishments as a trail lawyer. While some cases do go to trial, most cases are settled through mediation. Dan Newlin’s medication skills include forceful presentation of his client’s case and strong advocacy for his client. The large settlements that he has achieved reflect his success both as a mediator and a trial lawyer.

Dan Newlin, Esq. & Partners pride themselves on their attentiveness to their clients. They say that they are eager to hear the client’s complete story. Then they work tirelessly and are fully committed to getting their client a settlement that the client deserves. To accomplish this goal, personal injury lawyers must work extremely hard, and they need to be systematic and comprehensive in examining all the information from the accident, injury or wrongdoing. This basis in fact and law provides personal injury lawyers the foundation for battling on behalf of their client. Dan Newlin, Esq. & Partners embrace the necessary work to achieve a fair settlement for their clients.

Personal injury lawyers have been trained in a broad spectrum of the law, but Dan Newlin, Esq. have selected to specialize in personal injury law. Personal injury lawyers provide legal services to individuals who have been injured as a result of an accident, negligence or wrongdoing of another medical institution or person.

There is a requirement that all lawyers take the Bar Examination. Once lawyers pass the Bar Examination, they are admitted to the Bar, and they are able to practice law in the specific state where they took the exam. After being admitted to the Bar, lawyers are considered licensed to practice by the Bar Association. As part of their being licensed to practice law by the Bar Association, the lawyers agree to follow the legal and ethical standards put forth by the Bar Association. Personal injury lawyers, as do all lawyers, follow these procedures and standards.

There are many ethical standards. The first and foremost standard is that the personal injury lawyer provide competent representation. The client should receive legal services that are based on legal knowledge and skill. The lawyer needs to prepare legal documents that are comprehensive and thorough.

QNet Breaks New Ground

Individuals involved in the business world know just how hard it can be to bounce back into the ray of relevance after other businesses have written you off. The competitive multi leveling marketing firm QNet Limited has decided to locate some of its Malaysian based firms and production teams to India in order to become a force in the marketing world. Along with some its marketing units QNet will also be relocating much of its manufacturing hub by shifting much of the company’s production to India. Suresh Thimiri is the CEO of a new franchisee for QNet based in India. Thimiri plans on producing much of the company’s electronics, consumer goods, as well as electronic segments in India’s new QNet franchise. The franchise has already begun manufacturing and producing many of their sought after watches in the Indian based firm. Along with their watches the franchise has also made room to produce their popular energy drink, Nutriplus, and will continue production there. Not only will the Indian based QNet firms get a boost in production, but the communities in which the firms are located will ultimately see an increase in daily commerce. Thimiri also reported that the shift in production will also offer India a cost benefit of 8 and 12 cents for every dollar. Many of the officials within the company reported that the Indian based firms have experienced a revenue growth of more than 100 percent throughout the 2014/2015 fiscal year. The same officials also report that the company will continue to grow and this incredible rate for some time to come.

QNet is gearing up for a such a monumental year and decided to share the celebratory city with representatives and employees. The company hosted a five day convention entitled Vcon in which 80 percent of the employees were of Indian descent. The salaries that these citizens will gain will also help drive more money into their local economy and commerce. Along with the sub-sequential salaries QNet will also be providing a vivid platform for Indian citizens to share some of their unique ideas and talents with the company. If any employees turns out to have a promising product QNet plans on marketing and developing the product. This will ultimately drive the employees to work hard creatively to reach the incentive of having their product or idea marketed and developed. If it proves successful they will gain monetary compensation and will pump even more money into the economy.

QNet isn’t just thinking about themselves when they decided to base some of their operations in the regions of India. They are doing their best to enrich developing communities by providing jobs and opportunities to those who just need an opportunity to shine.