The RYTHM Foundation is soliciting positive comments to a Facebook post. As soon as the Facebook post receives 500 positive comments, QNet will donate a HomePure RED unit to a school for children in Malaysia. Once the post count reaches 1,000, QNet shall donate a unit to a school in the UAE.
Contributing these purifiers to schools increases the ability for young children to have access to clean water.
Investors have a plethora of resources at their disposal. There are a lot of people that are interested in building a portfolio that have never ventured into investing before. I was one of those people at one point in time. I was scared to take risks. I was scared to get outside of my comfort zone which was American stocks. I have become a lot better at this, however, because I have acquired advice from someone that knows about international investing. This is the missing link to portfolio building that most people never think of.
I would say that Igor Cornelsen is one of the wisest investors for the Brazilian culture because he has actually lived there. He encourages other to consider learning about the culture before you starting trying to profit from it. I have found this to be true.
Cornelsen has also become quite masterful in telling people about the need to spread out their investments. The portfolio is only as good as the stocks and investments that comprise the portfolio. I have realized in my own investments that you can have a company that is doing well at one moment and going downhill the next moment. I see this all the time with the technology stocks that I have. Igor Cornelsen has said that it is best to space out investments over a wide range of different things. I have tried mutual funds, stocks, index funds and real estate investments. I never wanted to set all of my investments in one area just to see these stocks tumble. I have investments in industrial stocks and technology stocks. I have some industrial and entertainment stocks. Igor has taught me that diversity is very important.
I have been fascinated with what Igor has said about looking at the companies that you invest in. It is going to vital to the success of your portfolio in the long run. I used to put my money into a Roth IRA and I never checked the performance of the company. I only saw what my investments were doing when I got my quarterly statements.
Helane Morrison has become the business executive that other aspiring corporate female executives follow. She has become someone that has made a career in an area that many women have failed to consider. She has become one of the best corporate investigators in the San Francisco area, and I believe that many females are now following her a path because she has been so successful and this area.
I have considered the leadership role of a lot of other compliance officers and female executives in general. This is a unique role for females primarily because it is a field that is dominated by males. I thought it was very interesting that Morrison wouldn’t make the decision to take on this type of career after building a lucrative career as a lawyer. Many may say that Morrison had already achieved more than most women because she was working with the law firm where she became a partner.
What Morrison has managed to do over the years is build up a resume that no one could deny. She continued to work hard even though she had already made partner. That is why she has been recognized as an inspiring leader for many other females (WSJ article). The way that she motivates others is through her dedication to her craft. She clearly loves to investigate companies, and this has become something that she grew familiar with during her time with the law firm.
I have seen how she has grown through her the years, and I believe that this work that she has done a lot of prep work to get to where she is today.
Morrison represents the women that have picked interesting careers and buckled down hard to learn as much as they can. Helane was actually born on the east coast in New York, but she saw where she could benefit from an education in California. I believe that she also saw how such could rise in ranks as a compliance officer with the SEC.
Dick DeVos is a prominent figure in west Michigan, and the billionaire is looking to help the presidential campaign of Marco Rubio. The junior senator from Florida is hoping to pull out a big win in the Sunshine State. Florida is home to 29 electoral college votes. A win in Florida would provide a host of momentum (and a number of primary delegates) the senator could use.
DeVos was a supporter of former Florida governor Jeb Bush, but Bush has long departed the race. DeVos is hoping Marco Rubio will be able to succeed where Bush was not able to. Rubio reflects the more moderate/establishment wing of the GOP. There is hope Rubio can be a bridge to other factions within the party. DeVos points out that Rubio is a family friend, the two have known each other since Rubio was the Speaker of the House in the Florida House of Representatives.
DeVos hopes not only to financially support Rubio, he is hoping to be able to inspire others to get behindRubio’s campaign. Sometimes, when a prominent person public puts his or her support behind a politician, others are more than willing to follow the lead.
TheDick & Betsy DeVos Family Foundationis a charitable endeavor that focuses on areas related to community, education, leadership development, and the arts. The foundation has done a lot to help people in the west Michigan region.
To say Dick DeVos leads an active life would be an understatement. Visit Dick’s Netherland Institute page to get more information about his life and successful career or find him on Facebook to see updates like the following one.
Daytime dramas are an art form that have gradually dwindled over the past decade. With the jobs for actors and actresses of the genre disappearing, a scripted reality series entitled the “Queens of Drama” makes an attempt for a bit of revitalizing to the “soap opera.”
The setting puts together actresses that are familiar to most fans of the daytime drama. The concept of the show; a sextet of daytime actresses (i.e. the “Queens of Drama”) converge together with the overall idea of crafting and pitching a daytime show to the major networks. The “Queens of Drama”: Vanessa Marcil, Chrystee Pharris, Hunter Tylo, Donna Mills, Lindsey Hartley and Crystal Hunt are all known for daytime and prime time roles respectively.
The show’s six actresses all of play variations of soap opera characters. There’s Vanessa Marcil, known for her role on “General Hospital”, who takes the role of spearheading the project. Donna Mills from “Knots Landing” and from “General Hospital”, enters the picture with the support that Vanessa needs to get the ball rolling. Hunter Tylo, an alumni of “Bold and the Beautiful”, enters the picture as well and fully on board with the project. Before anyone knows it, Hunter Tylo is pitching the idea and taking meetings with networks drawing the ire of everyone involved. Joan Collins, widely known for her role on “Dynasty”, is seen in a guest capacity injecting soap nostalgia into the show.
Lindsey Hartley and Crystal Hunt bring the scripted “catty” situation into the show. Lindsey Hartley, last seen on “Days of Our Lives”, is currently finding herself auditioning for mother roles for acting jobs, and Crystal Hunt from “One Life to Live” has no problem in reminding Lindsey Hartley that although she is in her late thirties, she is now that old of an actress. It’s a manufactured situation between the two actresses akin to an actual soap opera, even with Chrystee Pharris, last seen on the defunct soap opera “Passions”, trying to assume the role of mediator between the two women.