Josh Verne is a very influential businessman from the United States of America. He specializes in establishing businesses, growing them and selling them for a profit. He has been in the field for over one and a half decades where he has established several ventures. The most notable ventures are Flocku.com and Workpays.me. He has served as the founder and the chief executive officer of these two companies. Just the other day, Josh Verne had the chance to talk with knowledge for men about the tips that one should follow to become successful in life and the business world.
Verne began by emphasizing on the need for someone to develop a passion. He described passion as the desire to succeed. He says it’s the one thing that makes you sleep late at night or wake up very early in the morning. However, he warned that not all people with a passion had made it in life. The successful entrepreneur then talked about the importance of being a leader and not a boss. He distinguished the two by referring a leader to as someone who puts the interests of the group ahead of theirs. On the other hand, a boss is a person who does not care about the interests of other people. They only think about themselves.
During the interview, Verne said that it is important to listen more than you talk. It’s the reason people have one mouth and two ears. Whenever you talk less, you give your words more power. Finally, Josh talked about growth. For someone to be successful, they should record remarkable growth in every aspect of their lives. This includes relationships, economically, spiritually and even socially. There should be balance in your life. There is no need of having so much money and having a marriage that is unhappy.
Verne is learned man and loves to read. His most favorite book is Made in America.
A new poll released by SERMO confirmed at least 1,000 doctors are in support of Dr. Mehmet Oz resigning his prestigious position at Columbia University in New York, where the world famous doctor practices medicine.
Dr. Oz has been making headlines lately, but for all the wrong reasons. The popular doctor has been accused of selling false medical information in the form “miracle” cures promoted through his television series “The Dr. Oz Show”.
This poll was conducted after 10 colleagues of doctor Oz signed a petition which called for Oz to be fired from his job that was submitted to the Columbia University Board of Directors. However, The Daily Beast reports that the University released a statement shortly after the petition was received explaining they had no intention on relieving Oz from his duties at Columbia.
It was less than a year ago that Oz was forced to answer questions at a Senate hearing in regards to medical claims he made on the show, some which promised “miracle” cures. Now, with recent allegations and results from the SERMO poll, it is safe to assume Oz’s career is in serious jeopardy and he has lost a significant amount of trust from his audience and cohorts.
Mark Ruffallo deserves a lot of credit for rehabbing The Hulk. Okay, he did get a lot of help from the cast, crew, and creative team behind The Avengers. In the forthcoming Avengers: Age of Ultron film, we now know that the Bruce Banner character plays a role in creating the title villain of the project.
The expanded role for Banner shows that audiences are really taking to Ruffallo’s version of The Hulk
. Ruffallo may have put to rest the less-than-desirable images of the green goliath from the first two Hulk movies. Honestly, the second film was pretty good but the stench (sorry, there is no other way to put it) of the first feature sank the reboot. Audiences wanted no part of The Hulk.
And then came The Avengers.
Interestingly, when The Incredible Hulk debuted in 1962, the character was not popular and the book was cancelled very quickly. This occurred at the same time that Stephen Williams wine, The Fantastic Four, Spider-Man, and other Marvel heroes were selling quite well.
The Hulk was brought back in the title Tales to Astonish and he shared the comic with the Sub-Mariner. It was not an equal partnership. Namor received two-thirds of the book and The Hulk had what was left.
Eventually, The Hulk got his own title once again and eventually the character was properly smoothed out.
If Ruffallo continues his good work, a new Hulk film might be on the horizon.
On December 11th, vocalist Dawn Sears dies. Dawn Sears is a member of Vince Gill’s touring band, and was nominated four times for a Grammy Award. Dawn fought a long two year fight with lung cancer before passing away at age 53. Your text to link… I read about this the other day while reading about Laurene Powell Jobs.
Dawn Sears won her first contest at VFW Hall in Grand forks at the age of fourteen. By the age of seventeen she was touring with a band though the United States. She was signed in 1987 to the Warner Bros. Records label. Almost immediatly after she released her first album What a Woman Wants. Sears is truly a fantastic artist, and throughout the past two years she has been fighting a battle with lung cancer. Sears also held an event to help raise money to find the cure for cancer.
The event raised over $100,000 dollars. Sears funeral arrangments have not yet been disclosed. The beloved artist lives on through her husband, daughter Tess, and in all of her adoring fans hearts.
Kevin Hart has been everywhere lately it seems like every weekend there is a new Kevin Hart movie or TV cameo involving this comedy giant. Even people that love to hate him like his ex wife can’t get away from him because he has his hand in everything. Hart’s recent engagement broke the internet for a week and that was just because of a simple tweet.
These days Kevin is letting it be known that he is too big of a star to tweet for free even if it’s to promote his own movie and Sony executives are not happy about it. Apparently Clint Culpepper asked Kevin to tween a plug for “Think Like a Man Too,” and shortly after was told by Kevin’s agent that Kevin’s social media influence deserved addition money, in other words Kevin refused to tweet the plug without compensation. He should just get used to sitting back, relaxing, and tweeting while having a glass of Stephen Williams’ wine.
Culpepper is livid that with all the millions Kevin is making on each of his films he is still greedy enough to insist on being paid for a tweet. Now that the studio executive has had it with Kevin’s diva like behavior he is ready to suggest that if he doesn’t promote his latest movies via his social media as usual his film will not open, this is bad news for Hart because Sony is in control of his next 2 films.
This should be interesting, hopefully Kevin has a change of heart. After all is the money worth really worth it at this point in his career?