EOS Provides Quality Lip Balm in Various Flavors

EOS (Evolution of Smooth) has only been in existence for about seven years, but the company has been extremely successful in this short time. Once the founders of EOS were able to convince Walgreens to carry their products, other popular U.S. discount department stores like Walmart and Target started selling EOS lip balms as well. Currently, EOS is the second best selling lip balm in the United States, and has surpassed brands that have been around much longer, such as Blistex and Chapstick. EOS also sells around 1 million products each week. Great deals on amazon.com.

 

EOS sells several varieties of lip balms that are filled with nourishing ingredients like vitamin E and shea butter to protect the lips and prevent dryness and peeling. Flavors include passionfruit, vanilla mint and honeysuckle honeydew, and the lip balms have a pleasant scent that makes them even more enjoyable to wear. EOS also sells lip balms that are formulated to make the lips shiny, and include ingredients like coconut milk to nourish the lips. Shimmer lip balms from EOS are quite popular as well, and give the lips a hint of pearl or pink color. See well.ca for more.

 

More EOS here on https://www.amazon.com/EOS-Organic-Lip-Balm-Pomegranate/dp/B00B6A9KTU.

 

In addition to the lip balms EOS is best known for, the company also offer shaving creams and hand lotions made from organic and natural ingredients. Visit www.evolutionofsmooth.de for more information.

 

How To Practice Law Like Karl Heideck

How To Practice Law Like Karl Heideck
How To Practice Law Like Karl Heideck

Being a lawyer is one thing and being a reputed one is another. There are many lawyers in the United States but not all of them have the recognition which a few of them have.

For example, in the Greater Philadelphia Area, one of the most reputed lawyers is Karl Heideck. He is known for his prowess in trial cases. As a litigation attorney, he has represented many clients, some of whom are big people in society.

A litigation attorney like Karl Heideck is not easy to come by. There are many attorneys who practice litigation but they do not have the passion for it. There are some who are just practicing the area of law simply to get money. For Karl Heideck, litigation is a passion and he loves what he does. He has helped clients solve contract law matters, represented them in court and guided them through compliance issues. He is also keen on risk management and he has handled cases such as family disputes and bankruptcy matters.

The legal profession, though lucrative, is also a challenging one. In order to be a top lawyer, people can do anything. For you to be as successful as Karl Heideck, however, all you need to do is study hard in school. After obtaining your first degree, you should enroll in law school. After graduating from law school, you must sit your bar examinations and get admission to the American Bar before you can practice as an attorney.

For many lawyers, being in litigation is a challenge which comes with its frustrations. However, when they get their footing in the field, the rest is history. Karl Heideck is a true example of how patience and hard work pays when it comes to practising law. He has motivated many young people to follow this path.

Find more about Karl Heideck: http://www.whitepages.com/name/Karl-Heideck

Bruce Levenson Leaves Sports Ownership To Run Do Good Institute

Bruce Levenson, the former NBA owner and business magnate is now focusing on a new career path at Do Good Institute. Do Good Institute is a school of philanthropy at the University of Maryland that exists for the purpose of encouraging students to use creative thinking skills to do charity work, https://www.benzinga.com/news/17/03/9165680/university-of-marylands-non-profit-initiative-is-changing-higher-education. Levenson had started Do Good Institute about 6 years ago but began to focus on it more once he had sold the Atlanta Hawks. Levenson believes philanthropy should be a big part of your business career, and Do Good Institute is all about showing how young entrepreneurs can use their skills to run a charity and help it gain support.

Bruce Levenson was a journalist at the early stages of his career doing writing for the Washington Star while he was in law school. Even though he received a J.D. at American University, Levenson never officially practiced law. He instead started Unified Communications Group (UCG), a high-tech publications company that grew out of one apartment that he and Ed Peskowitz owned, into an international service company. UCG is the company that started GasBuddy and TechTarget. In 2004 Levenson and Peskowitz purchased most of the NBA’s Atlanta Hawks shares and owned the team until 2015.

Along with Do Good Institute, Levenson has started much philanthropy in the Washington D.C. area including Hoop Dreams, a youth basketball program for raising scholarship funds, and a similar effort when he chaired the “I Have a Dream” Foundation. Levenson also has a deep Jewish heritage that he is proud of and a mother-in-law who is a Holocaust survivor and Levenson made a large donation to the Holocaust Memorial Museum where he is a notable trustee. Other groups Levenson supports include SEED Foundation, Seeds of Peace and BBYO, and he’s also worked with the Anti-Defamation League on anti-bigotry events. Visit brucelevenson.com for moreĀ  information.

Marc Sparks Announces New Home For Timber Creek Capital L.P

On January 22, 2015, Marc Sparks of Timber Creek Capital L.P. announced that the firm will be moving to a new location. After more than 10 years in its present office location, Timber Creek Capital L.P. will be moving to an environment that is more conducive for collaboration and startup incubation said founder and CEO Marc Sparks. Mr. Sparks is the owner of Timber Creek Capital L.P. and a highly successful serial entrepreneur in his own right. Timber Creek L.P. helps fund entrepreneurs to start profit generating companies.

 

Marc Sparks says that to develop a successful and profitable business one must first have a business model in place and then acquire the resources needed to build up that business using the model one has created. Timber Creek Capital L.P has three different companies in its office location. Each one can help entrepreneurs and startups build up their idea in the crucial “incubation period”. The owner of Timber Creek Capital L.P. also added that as an entrepreneur himself, he understands how important a quality, conductive and collaborative work place is to building the success of a new business. It accounts for at least a quarter of the successful outcome of a company if not more said Mark Sparks.

 

The Texas entrepreneur Mark Sparks also made an analogy to how important work environment really is to the successful outcome of a business and its effect on employees. He asked that would you work harder and thrive in an office that had blacked out windows and was in a sketchy neighborhood or one that was in a prime location such as Fifth Avenue in Manhattan with lots of windows and many successful people walking past the office? While he admits he has given an extreme example, Marc Sparks says that it is important to realize that where you work is just as important as how you work. If you cut corners on the location it can be just as bad as cutting corners in the business process.

 

Besides investing in entrepreneurs and startups through Timber Creek Capital L.P. Marc Sparks is involved in philanthropy. He supports organizations such as Habitat For Humanity that builds affordable homes for low income families and the American Can! Academy that works with at-risk youth. Mr. Sparks recently donated over a thousand laptops to the American Can! Academy. He has also been involved with The Samaritan Inn, which is a shelter for the homeless that accommodates up to 160 people each night in the Dallas Fort Worth area.

 

Mark Sparks is also a published author. He has written the autobiographical and business book called They Can’t Eat You. It uses examples from Sparks’ own life to illustrate how tough the road to entrepreneurship can be and discusses ways to overcome obstacles.

 

The Views of George Soros on Climate Policy

George Soros believes that legislation with regard to the climate policy must be passed. He does acknowledge that dealing with global warming is going to require huge amounts of investment. But he understands that this is vital for the survival of humankind. He believes that energy policies must be formulated that are able to create a completely new paradigm for America. Such an economic model of the country will present a great opportunity. This is because it will finally help to deal with global warming as well as energy dependence.

George Soros had announced in 2009 that he would be spending $10 million over a ten-year period in order to fund forming of a new Climate Policy Initiative. It has to be designed in order to address global warming. This can be done by helping nations to achieve low-carbon emission in this new energy economy.

George Soros claims that the U.S. has been lagging behind as it is not endorsing the initiatives that had been proposed earlier at the international climate change conference that was held in Copenhagen. This way America has failed to provide adequate leadership in formulating the environmental policy.

Soros backs cap-and-trade system. The principal motive that underlies this system is “distributive justice.” Here America would be transferring much of its own wealth to various poorer nations. This would be as compensation for the harm that the American environmental transgressions have been causing in these countries. Such kind of redistribution can be accomplished in an effective manner through climate policy and not through foreign aid directly.

Know more: http://www.politico.com/story/2016/07/george-soros-democratic-convention-226267

In 2006 and even in many later years, there have been massive demonstrations in the streets of cities all around the United States. They were protesting against the alleged unjust as well as punitive immigration policies of America. There were a number of things being demanded in these rallies. These included amnesty for illegals, a list of paths to citizenship in addition to expanded guest-worker programs. Other things demanded were loosening of border controls, ending of workplace immigration raids. Also, a general expansion of rights, as well as privileges for illegal immigrants in the United States, was also demanded. All these grievances generated a large amount of public anxiety. This was quite similar in its execution to the “velvet revolution” demonstrations that had been bankrolled in Eastern Europe as well as Central Asia by George Soros. Read more about George at The New York Times.

He believes in what he is doing. Besides, he is looking at the survival of human race and not some short term benefits. Hence Soros is proposing taxes to this effect. He also wants legislation to propagate this in America. All the organizations funded by George Soros share the same ideology as him in the context of immigrants as well as climate policy.

Visit his profile on twitter.com.

Julie Zuckerberg:An Experienced Human Resources Specialist

Julie Zuckerberg is a talent acquisition and executive recruitment specialist living and working in the Greater New York City area. A graduate of Brooklyn College of the City University of New York, she currently works in human resources with Deutsche Bank. She has held the position since 2014. At Deutsche Bank Zuckerberg recruits and negotiates with managing director level candidates to work in wealth, asset, infrastructure, operations and global technology management for commercial clients.

 

Zuckerberg also provides the company’s leadership and executive committee members with counseling for the best recruitment practices and hiring governance. This has helped to increase their ability to be more proficient in attracting top talent and creating diverse recruitment pipelines. She also creates unique recruitment strategies and retention strategies to help the company proactively address attrition and gaps in the internal and external client coverage for Deutsche Bank.

 

Her job also entailed managing vendor engagements, contract governance, negotiation of terms, business relationships as well as ongoing performance assessment. Zuckerberg also has experience delivering strategic coaching and direction for recruitment teams. Her works provides guidance for hiring directors, front office, technology, operations, and corporate infrastructure staff. Zuckerberg is responsible for executing regional and global talent acquisition objectives to support cross divisional talent brokering, internal mobility and large scale diversity initiatives.

 

Prior to working at Deutsche Bank, Julie Zuckerberg was the hiring recruitment lead and corporate vice president at New York Life Insurance Company from November 2013 until February 2014. She was focused on client relationships and hiring roles throughout the company nationwide. Zuckerberg also managed the recruitment process of the outsourcing team of team project managers, sourcers and recruiters. She did talent strategy planning, full life-cycle recruiting, offer development and execution. The human resources professional also partnered with the members of senior management in order to analyze the needs of their clients and devise creative business solutions.

 

From October 2007 and November 2013, Julie Zuckerberg was a vice president and executive recruiter for Citi. Between July 2011 and November 2013 she was executive recruiter for Citi Global Consumer Bank. She was responsible for recruiting directors and managing directors at CitiCards as well as Citi Global Consumer Marketing along with their internet office.

 

Between 2007 and 2011 Julia Zuckerberg was Citi Global Functions executive recruiter. In that position she controlled the full life-cycle of executive level recruiting to fill senior level positions in the areas of compliance, legal and auditing. She used direct sourcing, internet searches, employee referrals, social media and several other recruitment methods. She also counseled hiring managers about creating succession planning, job descriptions and open position specifications.

 

Julie Zuckerberg worked as Hudson’s director of candidate placement from November 2002 until October 2007. In that position she recruited attorneys, case managers, paralegals and support staff to work in law firms, financial institutions and corporations in temporary as well as temporary to permanent positions. She provided employees with information on promotions, working conditions and benefits and helped resolve workplace issues while ensuring compliance with all legal requirements.