Michael Phelps Teams With Talkspace and Shares His Story

One of the issues that people have when they are dealing with mental health issues is that they are often made to believe that they are the only ones that are dealing with their issues. They are also made to believe that they need some kind of success and status in order to be able to overcome their mental health issue. However, there are people in all walks of life that struggle with depression and anxiety. One such person is professional athlete Michael Phelps. He’s had struggles with mental health, and he has come through with the help of therapy.

Therapy is something that is very helpful for people who deal with mental health issues. The only thing is that therapy has been set up for the longest time in ways that people are going to have to go out of their way and interrupt their workday for it. Another thing that can get in their way of getting therapy is the huge costs. A lot of people do not make a fortune with the type of work they do, and they have tons of expenses that they have to take care of. On top of that, they don’t have the insurance that can help pay for these expenses.

Fortunately, Talkspace offers people alternatives when it comes to therapy. People can get therapy while they are at their workplace. They don’t have to leave the office and drive through traffic to get to their office. One thing they can do is take a lunch hour and go to their therapy session from their phones. The best part is that they don’t have to pay as much as they would when they go to an office to talk to their therapist. They can get some of the best insights from their therapist.

How The Brown Modeling Agency Is Transforming Texas

Texas may not be the first place that comes to mind when one thinks about modeling. However, an industry for models is budding there. Especially in central Texas, the Lonestar states has a lot to offer to the runways of high fashion. The Brown Agency is equipping these Texan models to take the world by storm.




The Brown Agency operates as a full serve agency for aspiring and established models. The agency was established in the summer of 2015. The company was once owned and operated by Wilhelmina Models, a famous modeling agency in the industry. This agency is a top notch agency and its ranks higher than most of the other agencies in the industry. What makes Brown Modeling Agency so unique is the fact that this agency was able to harvest the talent of central Texas and place them in parts of fashion and modeling that had never been done before. Their models have booked jobs with top companies like Dell, L’oreal, Toyota and Louis Vuitton. That is not all. The list continues with thousands of other companies this agency has landed jobs for their very talented and successful roster of models.


According to Marketwired, how did a small agency in an unknown market make it to the top of the fashion world? Through hard work and determination the head of the agency cultivated their talent into leading professionals. The agency knows one of a kind talent when they see it. The world recognizes their talent too. From Austin Fashion Week to New York Fashion Week, this agency has transformed the talent of Texas. Justin Brown, president of Brown Modeling Agency, says his agency has accomplished such feats due to how they put their models first. He knows the company is only as good as its modeling talent. Him and his team of professionals take their development and employment seriously for their models. They train their models to bring professionalism to their bookings and that gets them rehired continuously.


What is next for this Austin, Texas leading talent agency? Justin Brown has many plans for his models. He will continue to use his experience of working in the modeling industry to teach them the modeling insights and tricks of the trade. It is certain more will be seen from this amazing modeling agency.



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Sightsavers Reaches Beyond Clients’ Faces To Those At The U.N.

Graeme Robertson, Mirriam and AquAid can be better known as Sightsavers. We’ve finally entered an age of the potential for global individual wealth. From drop shipping to life coaching to merely connecting with enough social media patrons to support your or another’s cause, wish or desire, you can muster up significant dollars, pounds, euros, rupees and kwacha. From there you can develop, write and create ebooks, photographs, novelty items, etc. with little lead capital to advertise and sell them to take you to the next level of income stream. Because of the internet and technology you can do this from anywhere in the world at all times in the world.


This option to live an abundant, joy filled life also permits everyone an option to start out as a mini philanthropist. Setting aside a portion of your time and or money as contribution into the enhancement of life circumstances for another has always been found to benefit all involved. To this end the team at Sightsavers also pursues the advancement of gender equality specifically raising awareness and demanding behavioral change of individuals, families, businesses and governmental leaders toward their treatment of the female human species, the fully and the differently abled. Through education that promotes experiences that challenge demented thinking and traditional suppression regarding women and girls, Sightsavers aims to upend the status quo such that communities and nations may grow and bring to fruition ideas of the world’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).


Graeme Robertson contributes to Sightsavers through his online presentation of his professional photography of the daily life activities of women, men and children who face challenges concerning eye health and/or other mental, physical or emotional disabilities. AquAid is an establishment that provides funding. Mirriam is a Mom and physiotherapist in and of Malawi who donated a portion of her own land and ideas for the development of The Dawn Centre that treats her son and others like him who suffer from the challenges brought on by cerebral malaria and physical disabilities. Through this Sightsavers’ ‘Put Us In The Picture’ campaign, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Caroline Harper and Global Advocacy Advisor (GAA) Gertrude (Getty) Oforiwa Fefoame aim to keep the concerns of women and those with disabilities forefront in the minds and faces of United Nations officials making global decisions about them.


The full opportunity to enhance the lives of everyone involved remains central to Sightsavers’ underlying cause. The institutional sponsorers, individual contributors and recipients enjoy the moments shared of the tangible life differences their thoughtfulness makes possible. By uniting these various levels of participation, Sighsavers garners the cascading of leadership, advocacy and empowerment toward a tsunami wave of continued and progressive change. This angle of attack provokes the challenge of everybody’s perspective towards women and the disabled such that acts concerning family leaves and accessibility for the disabled will continue to develop with global cultural and local quotidian relevance.

Positivity to Madison Street Capital’s Resume

Madison Street capital (MSC) is dedicated to providing its clients with the highest levels of professional standards. This came into action when the company that has advising and merger expertise in its tools of the trade, offered its exclusive advisory services to DCG Software Value in the latter’s merger with The Spitfire group.


Jay Rodgers from MSC took the reins in the transaction and was announced to the public by MSC CEO, Charles Botchway. Despite the Annunciation, however, the terms and conditions for the merger were not disclosed.


Botchway went ahead to attribute the experience of the leadership from both sides, hailing the opportunity to work with both hands. DCG Software Value was led by its CEO Mike Harris and Mark Richtermeyer, CEO of Spitfire led his respective team.


Both CEOs involved in the merger acknowledged the analysis and insight by Jay Rodgers and sought and aspired to build a long-lasting working relationship with MSC. Harris trusted that the MSC team would help them to find better methods to grow software value among their customers.


MSC is not only based in the United States of America but also promotes its Investment banking brand internationally. Its core competencies are Integrity, service, leadership, and excellence in their endeavors.


These are attached to delivering their services which are: Financial advisory, financial opinions, valuations and acquisition and merger expertise. It is based in Chicago, Illinois. It has been able to put their customer goals for 13 years.


This has put the Madison Street Capital reputation in trustworthy heights. MSC’s client in this transaction, DCG Software Value, has been providing software analytics, active support services, and software quality management since its establishment in 1994.


Variety of companies, both in size and type of business, for all these years, have trusted DCG in resource management and advancing decision making. DCG, despite being established as an operating name of Objective Integrity Inc. which is based in Pennsylvania, has expanded across borders.


On top of having offices in Malvern, Pa, it has a corporate office in the U.K to serve all Europe. The Spitfire Group, on the other hand, has its headquarters in Denver and is a consulting firm that advises on business-oriented Technology.


It specializes in both technology and business consultation and how to align the business and technological objectives of a client company. To help a client operate and perform at higher levels, it has adapted and utilized the idea of ‘force multiplier.’


To deliver this, it has been equipped by personnel of great experience, and that has gone a high level of training. Moreover, it is equipped with up-to-date technologies to deal with business challenges in fields like custom development, technology architecture assessment, project management of both.

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Kamil Idris Warns That We Might Be on the Verge of WWIII

Both the JASTA act and Dr. Kamil Idris have been in the news quite a bit in recent months. This is hardly anything new for Dr. Idris in a general sense. As the former Director-General of the UN’s WIPO he had the world at this fingertips. And this has continued to the present day thanks to his position as President of the International Court of Arbitration and Mediation. In fact, it’s in his role at ICAM that one piece of information carries even more weight.

He’s bringing additional attention to something called the JASTA act. This acronym refers to the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act. This act had been vetoed by President Obama. But it still managed to pass in 2016. Dr. Kamil Idris warns that this can be seen as a direct challenge to a country’s overall autonomy.

In and of itself this would be a worrisome concept. But as Professor Idris points out in his recent book, the conditions paint a dark mirror of World War 1. His book, JASTA and a third world war, presents an argument that anyone should find sobering.

One of the larger comparisons to World War 1 comes from the idea of national sovereignty. This refers to the basic idea that a country can set rules and laws for the people within it. The import of this might be better seen by considering the nature of democracy. To borrow a line, it’s the idea of a country being run by the people and for the people.

Having another country set rules and laws for democracies is usually seen as a direct attack against their autonomy or personal freedoms. This is one of the larger issues related to World War 1’s genesis. The overall reasons for different countries inclusion tends to be complicated. But the largest reason usually relates to autonomy.

Dr. Idris writes both book and warning from a unique position. He’s one of the few people out there who has a clear view of history and modern politics. Dr. Idris has had a chance to actually consider the direct emotions of the world leaders he’s worked with. And when he writes about potential dangers of war, one should give it careful consideration.

Achievements of William Saito

William Saito is considered a genius when it comes to the aspect of cybersecurity. Saito is Japanese-American entrepreneur who has significant portfolios in the both Japan and American governments. For instance, he is the former strategic and Japanese political advisor and cybersecurity expert. Throughout his life, William is known for his involvement in tech and cybersecurity business. His love and passion for tech begun at an early age of 10 when he got his first internship in computer programming. After the completion of the course, he started his first software firm while still in college, and his dorm used as office. Eventually, after completing his schooling, the Software firm was renamed to I/Q Software, and it played a significant role in development and shaping of the Japanese software space in authentication mechanisms such as fingerprint recognition together with Sony. In the year 2000, he sold I/Q Software to another tech giant Microsoft. Due to all this breakthrough in tech business William Saito received a rare recognition of being named the Ernst & Young’s Entrepreneur of 1998.


In the article Hi-Tech Chronicle, exciting journey that has seen William Saito transform from dorm to becoming the CEO of the tech company experiencing robust growth. Despite the challenges of speaking English for communication, William Saito has always had an engineering mind. He is among the first American children from Japanese parents, and this has resulted in challenging in language. During the 1970s and 1980s, computers were not easy to come by making it difficult for Saito to access them for experimenting. However, his parents took a second mortgage of $5000 and purchased an IBM computer for William that was fully installed with the latest technology. The rest as common said is history since Saito has ended up becoming one of the most sort after software engineer. Through his exploits, William Saito has worked in collaboration with many Japanese companies to translate the software to their native language. The Hi-Tech Chronicle demonstrate dedication, passion, and determination in achieving personal goals. In some instance, together with his colleagues they had to rent a space and put non-functioning computers as well as hire other individuals to facilitate the delegation from NEC who had visited for benchmarking purposes. Typically one of the lessons from the article is that with passion and discipline everything is possible.