Victoria Doramus Uphill Battle With Drug Addiction

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Victoria Doramus, a renowned fashion and trends expert, marketer and creative designer, is one of the lucky individuals who discovered they needed help with drug addiction before they completely ruined their lives. The recovery expert first went into rehab at the age of 26 in Sierra Tucson but left after 45 days with a better realization of herself but no understanding of drug addiction. She tried changing her circle of friends and even moving to a different state from LA, but still had the addiction problem. Victoria resolved to join a rehab in Connecticut, and instead of getting the required help, her dependence on self-reliance caused her the friends and family she had and ended up hunting for a doctor in Manhattan.

In January 2017, Victoria Doramus decided to go to the Burning Tree, a rehabilitation center in Austin, Texas where she stayed locked in with minimal outside communication. In the center, she followed the 12 step program that was the principle of the organization. Alongside other patients, they had busy day times starting at 5:45 Am with planned activities ranging from prayers to AA meeting in the night. They were talked out of victimizing themselves and accepting their situations so that they could work on changing.

Eight months into the program, Victoria Doramus was fit enough to check out and went to work in Dallas for a few months to raise some money to see her mother, a cancer patient in Tennessee and also help keep her actively involved in the society. She eventually flew to New York and became a part of addiction movements that helped drug addicts through their recovery journey. Despite having recovered, she still sees her addiction therapist who helps her maintain her state of sobriety.She believes that it takes an individual to accept they are suffering from drug addiction in order to get help. Checkout Doramu’s resume at Behance.net.

Related site: https://medium.com/@victoriadoramus

Alex Pall Reveals His Dedication to Music

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Interview Magazine conducted an interview with Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart of the Chainsmokers. This music duo powerhouse discusses their humble beginnings, their work ethic, and their dedication to creating music that will continue to connect with an ever-growing audience.

Starting out as DJ’s, they have evolved into developing music that has become more personal for them and their audience. While most of the music in the dance genre tends to be focused on producing hard beats geared toward young club-goers or rave fans, The Chainsmokers have made great strides in offering their audience music that appeals to those who also enjoys pop music, indie, and hip-hop. In order to stand apart from the crowd, they began writing lyrics that merely reflected their own experiences in life.

The pair met in New York City. Pall explains initially, he was doing a number of gigs DJ’ing and he also had experience with social media, whereas Andrew’s main talent was producing. After they met, they immediately began working together and doing so for long hours. Their dedication to creating has allowed them to be almost two years ahead. The songs we are just now listening to, are songs they wrote over a year ago.

The song “Closer” features Halsey and Andrew Taggart singing. Pall indicates his enthusiasm working with Halsey, describing her as incredible. He also shares his appreciation for her voice and unique style. The inclusion of Taggart singing is just one of many steps initiated by this duo to continue their unique style, while still garnering the interest of a wide audience.

Pall uses social media to connect with fans and learn more about who they are. He’s learned that the audience has grown from a youthful college crowd to an even younger crowd and now also includes older people. There is an excitement in developing music that appeals across so many different identities.

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David McDonald of the OSI Industries

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Here is what you need to know about David McDonald. As he grew up in an agricultural firm in northeast Iowa, David  McDonald developed an interest in agriculture and animal products. He determined to bring significant changes in the sector to reinstate the output of the quality animal products to the rightful position in the future. Although his family did not have proper grounds financially, they supported him with all means to achieve his dream. McDonald’s family took him through excellent education where he graduated with the degree in animal science from the Iowa State University in the year 1987. After graduating, he joined the Otto and Sons, the predecessor of OSI Industries. Today, he is the president and the chief operating officer of the group.

Initially, before becoming the president, David McDonald worked as the project manager in the same group. The individual works himself up through leadership positions qualifying as a perfect one. Also, he is the chairman of the North American Meat Institute. Additionally, he is a member of the board of directors of the OSI group. In his leadership, he promotes the Agricultural Entrepreneurial Initiative. The leader offers internship opportunities to learners in OSI Industries.

In March 2018, David McDonald completed the expansion of OSI Industries. The firm expanded due to the rise in demand for the chicken products in Spain and Portugal. Therefore, the chicken output raised by a double from 12,000 to 24,000 tons per year resulting in an increase of the entire production of quality beef, chicken, and pork products to 45,000 tons per year. Consequently, the expansion led to the betterment of the economy by providing 20 job opportunities on top of the initial 140 employees. Most importantly, is the existence of the product development manager, whose work is to maintain the current production and intends to bring new products to company’s portfolio.

The OSI Industries acquired Tyson Food Plant in the year 2016 showing extensiveness and the willingness to serve North America. Through the leadership of David McDonald, the company also purchased the Flagship Europe and renamed it the Creative Food Europe as the leading distributor of food in the UK. Recently, the industry acquired the controlling stake of Baho food, which extends to Germany.

Contact David McDonald: inspirery.com/david-mcdonald/

 

 

Venture Capitalist William Saito

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Nikkei named William Saito as Japan’s top 100 most influential people. William’s software programming started way back in elementary school. While still in high school, William began his first company. In 1998 he was named the entrepreneur of the year by NASDAQ, Ernst & Young, and USA Today. He was recognized as one of the leading international people in biometric authentication, encryption, and cybersecurity. In 2005, William Saito sold his company to Microsoft and moved to Tokyo. He then founded another company called InTecur, a ventures capital and consultancy firm that recognizes innovative technology, helps entrepreneurs to become successful as well as developing international talent. In 2012, Saito got an appointment to the national strategy and policy council which was reporting directly to Japan’s Prime Minister.

William Saito also advises numerous national environments across the world. Since 2011, Saito worked at the Fukushima Nuclear Accident Independent investigation commission as the Chief Technology Officer. In addition to this, William is the World Economic Forum (WEF)’s Foundation Board Member. WEF named William as the Young Global Leader as well as Global Agenda Council member. Moreover, in Japan, William has had an opportunity to advice such organizations as METI, MLIT, METX and MIC, the Information Technology Promotion Agency, the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science and many others. Currently, he is the Cabinet Office’s special advisor. He also teaches in several universities as well as sitting in multiple companies’ board meetings.

William Saito is an investor and a venture capitalist at Japan’s tech revival forefront. His primary focus on business with abundant potential has created him a reputable profile in the start-ups companies as well as young entrepreneurs. He started his first software company from his hostel while doing his undergraduate studies at Riverside’s University of California. Since then, William has put his resources into as well helping over 25 organizations to pick up from the ground. William believes that failure is never detrimental but a necessary step up the success ladder. Entrepreneurs who are not ready to take risks are likely to remain less innovative as well as having no significant process. Saito’s main success came from security software development. According to William Saito, failing forward is a vital concept for anyone who wants to achieve a competitive advantage. Not all ideas will be successful but without trying one will never be able to know what works and what does not hence, not able to better their products.

https://cyberstability.org/commissioners/william-saito/