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Betsy DeVos Is Rewarded For Her Success In Education And Politics

Posted on January 29, 2017 in Education

In 2017, the Grand Rapids based businessperson and education reformer Betsy DeVos was given what I believe to be a great honor for her history of good works when she was nominated to become the U.S. Secretary of education after spending decades fighting for a better future for the children of the nation. I was […]

Jason Hope Starting a Company

Posted on January 27, 2017 in Tech Entrepreneur

Overview Starting a company is a lot more work than many people realize. Over time, you must be willing to invest a lot of time and money into a business in order to get it off the ground. There are a lot of people who end up burning out from all of the hours they […]

New Appointment at the Capital Group

Posted on January 23, 2017 in Investment Managers

Timothy Armour was lately promoted to be the Capital Group’s CEO and chairperson. The firm is known for being one of the top investment managers across the world, and it also manages many American funds. The appointment has made Mr. Timothy Armor chairman of the Capital Research and Management Company as well as the administration […]


A Surprise Visit for my Inmate Brother from Securus Technologies

Posted on January 10, 2017 in Inmate Communication App

I am writing this note to thank you, Securus Technologies, for having in place a program that allows video visits. One of the bad things about being in prison is that all of your privileges are taken away. The streets don’t glorify that. And you don’t feel it until you are behind those bars and […]


Sam Tabar: Why You Can Be Successful

Posted on January 4, 2017 in Running A Company

Update January 4th, 2017 – Sam Tabar had a list of strategies to remember in the new year, that was published a while back. I’ve just recently discovered this, and I thought it was worth reading through again. Sam Tabar had some helpful advice for what makes an intelligent investment, and what could see you […]