A How To Guide For Dallas Brazilian Butt Lift Surgery

Improving your appearance can be done in many different ways. Cosmetics can alter you appearance, a new hairstyle can alter your appearance and some new clothing attire can alter your appearance. If you’re unhappy with the size or shape of your backside, then there is plenty of hope. This hope comes in the form of a butt lift procedure. Unlike the old eras of the past, butt lifts are very common now days. It is also no longer frowned upon because everyone has some sort of physical flaw deep down. On the other hand, there are some restrictions that could keep you from obtaining this service if you’re truly interested.


So, you want to get a butt lift, but you don’t know the exact ins and outs of the business. First things first. You must be in general good health to make this exclusive list. If you’re currently suffering from some type of illness, or you’re currently taking numerous medications, then you will not be a candidate. Remember, this procedure is an actual surgery and medications can interact negatively with the results. If your heart is set on getting a Brazilian butt lift and you just so happen to have too much excess skin, then you’re not a candidate for the Brazilian butt lift. On the other hand, you could be a candidate for the traditional butt lift because it specializes in removing excess skin and layers of fat. If you want a slimmer bum, then the traditional butt lift is for you.

Brazilian Butt Lift Provided in Dallas / Ft. Worth

This only scratches the surface of the ins and the outs of the business. You must seek a consultation with a surgeon before hand. Dallas has many high-quality specialists in this industry, which includes Beck Plastic Surgery, Baylor Scott & White Health and Mansfield Cosmetic Surgery Center.


Meet the Real Estate Genius: Hussain Sajwani

Hussain Sajwani is among the most influential Arabs globally. This is due to his success in business and his participation in the humanitarian activities. He is the founder and Owner of the DAMAC Properties, which has dominated the real estate business in Dubai and the Middle East. His partnership with Donald Trump has also contributed to his fame.

Hussain Sajwani began his journey by studying Industrial Engineering and Economics. After completing his school, he began his job search like other graduates. Luckily, he landed a chance to work with GASCO as the company’s contract manager. His duty was to disburse payments to the contractors.

Two years later, Hussain quit his job and began his catering business. In the 1990s, Dubai’s population began to rise due to the investors who came to conduct business in Emirates. He saw this as a chance to begin his real estate business. However, with his limited income, he only managed to build small hotels in the suburbs of Dubai. He later expanded his business and managed to build big hotels in the urban areas.

In 2002, he realized that real estate in Dubai was a niche that needed to be explored, and this is when he began the DAMAC Properties. The firm is committed to researching the best trends in the market to ensure their clients keep getting more than they expect. By prioritizing the needs of the customers, they have managed to stay in the top.

The DAMAC Owner is Trump’s business associate. Donald Trump said that he wouldn’t be crossing any personal deals when in office, however, Hussain Sajwani says that their partnership goes way beyond office meaning their business relations will continue. The two families visit each other regularly and share meals. For example, they spend the New Year’s Eve together.

The DAMAC Owner also participates in enriching his community. He says that children are the future of the nation and should be given a good environment to discover themselves and grow. The DAMAC Owner recently donated AED two million to help cloth unfortunate children all over the world. His donation will help cloth 50000 for the unfortunate kids.

Jake Gottlieb, Dedicated CIO and Philanthropist

New York native Jacob Gottlieb is currently the CIO of Visium Asset Management and has been since 2005. Gottlieb has an impressive list of accomplishments, starting with his MD at the New York University School of Medicine. Since then, he has earned an AB in Economics from Brown University and been awarded a CFA (Chartered Financial Analysis) from the Association for Investment Management and Research in 2001.


Gottlieb graduated magna cum laude from NYU School of Medicine. Following his time at NYU, he held an internship in internal medicine at St. Vincent’s Hospital in New York City. Eventually, however, he realized that he wasn’t following his dreams, and quit the medical field to become a financial analyst.


Gottlieb served as an investment portfolio manager at Merlin Financial in London, England, for one year prior to founding Balyasny Asset Management along with others in 2001. He worked at that location as a partner and portfolio manager prior to founding Visum Asset Management in 2005. Visium Asset Management currently manages $3.5 billion in assets and its flagship project, Visium Balanced Fund, has $2.4 billion in assets and has generated an annualized return of 15.6 percent since its creation. Visium Balanced Fund is a long-short equity health care fund.


Despite Visium’s current success, Gottlieb still dreams of its growth. He hopes for Visium to become a multiproduct, multistrategy powerhouse that will rival the most successful managers in the hedge fund industry. “We’re committed to running a very high-quality, high-integrity firm,” Gottlieb says, adding that “Doing things the right way is integral to our philosophy and our culture, and we’ve built a strong firm for the long term that makes smart investments.”


Although multistrategy firms have historically been the most successful in the hedge fund industry, they have also been the most prone to failure. To ensure that Visium does not become one of the many failures in this industry, Gottlieb has dedicated himself to hiring top investment and operations talent. In 2009, he recruited Jacob Huemer as president of Visium’s Global Fund, who has experience in the field as a former member of SAC Capital Advisors. He has also brought on teams of portfolio managers, including Bradley Levie and his firm, Catalyst Investment Management.


Gottlieb believes that his education in the medical field has been important for his work as a CIO, stating that surgeons and fund managers share similar characteristics. In addition to his work with Visium, Gottlieb is a philanthropist who is active with multiple charities. One such charity is Robin Hood, New York’s largest poverty-fighting organization. Through Robin Hood’s partnerships with 200 poverty-fighting programs in New York City, this charity seeks to fund the most effective programs and make the largest possible impact on poverty. Ali Forney Center, a shelter and transitional housing program for LGBT youth, is one such program. Another is Achievement First, a network of 17 public charter schools that serve more than 6,000 K-12 students in Brooklyn, New York, and aims to deliver equal educational opportunity to America’s children.

The Fight To End Citizens United

In 2010 a ruling was given by the Supreme Court that changed the way corporations are viewed and how the campaign financing structure in the United States is set up. In Citizens United v. F.E.C., the court found that corporations, unions, as well as other associations were having their first amendment rights violated where independent expenditures are concerned. In other words, Corporations have the same right to free speech as private individuals and is free to fully express it during the election cycle. This expression takes the form of major campaign contributions that are funneled through Political Action Committees where they can be unlimited and go unchecked. This puts corporations and the billionaires who benefit from them at a great advantage over the average citizen when it comes to political influence. This strikes at the core of what American democracy is supposed to be.

Luckily there is End Citizens United, a grassroots organization started in 2015 to combat the unbridled influence special interests impose upon Washington. Under the leadership of Tiffany Muller, they are well on their way to achieving their goal of raising $35 million to contribute to like-minded candidates vying for office during the midterms. In rejecting corporate donations, End Citizens United boasts an average donation of $14! These donations are from private citizens who are vested in wresting control of political influence from special interests and putting it back in American’s hands where it belongs.

Read more: Democratic PAC End Citizens United names ‘Big Money 20’ targets for 2018

Pointing out the biggest special interest honks in Washington is important to highlight the problem the Citizens United case caused, and End Citizens United has put together their “Big Money 20” list to do so. These politicians represent the most flagrant violators when it comes to voting how the biggest contributors want them to. Here the problem with campaign finance stops being theoretical and becomes real.

Mike Coffman represents Colorado’s 6th congressional district but has been much more concerned with representing whichever donors will give the most to his campaign. Coffman has voted to repeal the Johnson Amendment which would have allowed churches to funnel tax-free donations to political campaigns. He has received almost a $1 million from Oil and Gas corporations and has returned the favor voting to loosen regulations holding those industries responsible for spills. He also has voted to block an amendment overturning the Citizens United case.

Running against Coffman for the Colorado seat is Jason Crow. Jason is an Army veteran who grew up with working class values like hard work, honesty, and fairness. After his military service, Jason returned to Colorado where he practiced law and acted as an advocate for fellow veterans across the country. Jason is committed to fairly and justly representing the people of Colorado’s 6th district and not the big business that wants to take advantage of it.

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Pro-Reform Candidates Back by End Citizens United

     During the 2009 poll survey, the Public Policy Polling revealed that Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison is well ahead of Governor Rick Perry by 25 percent. Afterwards, a survey from Rasmussen Reports showed Governor Perry ahead with 46 percent to Senator Hutchison’s 36 percent. The final result was Perry won without much excess.

Now a Public Policy Polling survey is presenting Democrat bet Beto O’Rourke leading Senator Ted Cruz, which is 45 percent and 37 percent respectively – an eight points difference. End Citizens United paid for the survey. However, the survey numbers for O’Rourke and Cruz are similar to the other surveys before. And Beto O’Rourke is more or less like any other Democrat bet. As per Public Policy Polling, most people surveyed had their view about Ted Cruz, which came out with 38 percent in favor of him and 49 percent are not. But the survey on O’Rourke showed that 61 percent have nothing to say about him.

To provoke a more definite answer from the public, survey questions at a later part became more blatantly forthright like – will Ted Cruz be more responsive to his big campaign donors or the ordinary Texan?

To fuel the campaign more, some ads specifically say that Beto O’Rourke has not taken any money from PACS and that his campaign funds came from ordinary individuals. So many will conclude that since this is the case, O’Rourke will work for the ordinary man from Texas and not some specials individuals or group in Washington. While Ted Cruz, on the other hand, received $1.3 million from business PACS, and he voted a huge tax break for them. So in this kind of scenario, if Ted Cruz and Beto O’Rourke are both running for the Senate, who would the ordinary Texan vote for?

By far O’Rourke’s lead was only 43 percent to 41 percent, and no other survey has indicated that Beto O’Rourke will be able to win the Senatorial election. However, Ted Cruz does have ratings that are unfavorable, and surveys indicated he might lose the race since his image from the 2016 Republican presidential challenge was not desirable.

End Citizens United is a political action committee that supports Democrat candidates who have favored the campaign reform program. Its funds come from the grassroots – meaning the resources that ECU uses to support or back Democrat candidates come from ordinary Americans and not some special groups that have some vested interests in politics or otherwise.

End Citizens United was organized on March 1, 2015, to contend with large groups that fund political campaigns so the election results would go their way. The primary goal of End Citizens United is to prevent the use of money as the factor that runs the election or any political campaign and to ensure that pro-reform candidates get elected to office.

See http://www.motherjones.com/politics/2011/05/james-bopp-citizens-united/.

The American Institute of Architects is at the forefront of the Building Industry

     Robert Ivy is the Vice President of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and a position he has held since 2010. Prior to taking on challenges with the AIA, Ivy was the Editor in Chief of Architectural Record, a position he took on 1996. He was also the Editorial Director and Vice President of McGraw Hill Construction Media beginning in 2003 and he was responsible for editorial quality of print and online publications. Under Ivy’s leadership the publication became one of the most prominent architectural journals in the world.

Ivy is also an award winning individual and in 2009, he won the Crane Award which is a tremendous recognition from American Business Media for his contribution and commitment to the press. He was also named a Master Architect by the Alpha Rho Chi organization joining a list of prestigious recipients including I.M. Pei and Buckminster Fuller.

With a Master of Architecture degree from Tulane University and a Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree from University of Sewanee, Tennessee. He is a member of the International Circle of Architecture Critics (CICA). Ivy also serves on the Advisory Boards of several schools including Tongji University School of Architecture and Urban Planning in Shanghai, China, Auburn University’s Rural Studio, Mississippi State University and his alma mater Tulane University.

The AIA is a professional organization that provides a gathering point for architects in the U.S. The organization is based in Washington, D. C. and provides public outreach, community redevelopment, government advocacy and education to its members and the community at large. The AIA works a collaborative effort with members of the design and construction industry to bring coordination within the building industry.

The organization was established in 1857 in New York. The intent of the group was to promote and elevate the architectural profession and its members. Initially named the New York Society of Architects, but later changed to the AIA, the group created bylaws to govern the group. After restricting membership to just New York based architects the group invited architects from other cities to join. By 1880, there were chapters in St. Louis, San Francisco, Rhode Island, Philadelphia, Indianapolis, Boston, Chicago, Baltimore and Albany.

There are currently more than 90,000 registered architects and associated professionals that belong to the AIA. There are membership levels in the organization that include members, associate members, international members, emeritus members and allied members. There is currently no national membership level for students, but many state and local chapters do offer memberships for students.

The AIA is governed by a Board of Directors and employs a staff of 200 full-time employees. The organization offers its membership access to professional and design information, contract documents, client oriented resources, personal benefits and professional development opportunities. The organization works to raise public awareness about the value of architects and their importance to the building industry.

For more, please go to http://www.huffingtonpost.com/author/robert-ivy-faia.

Bruno Fagali Rising In Brazilian Law

Bruno Fagali is one of the rising lawyers in Brazil as he put a start to his private practice only a handful of years ago. He started up the Fagali Advocacy which is a private legal practice based in the city of Sao Paulo. The advocacy was started up in 2016.

The Fagali Advocacy provides its clients with services in a number of legal fields. Thoe include anti-corruption law, advertising law, compliance, electrical law and parliamentary law, and public law. The office of the Fagali Advocacy strives to provide its clients with a personalized experience to approach each legal case with responsibility and to produce satisfactory results.

Bruno Fagali himself is working as a Lawyer, and he is specializing in compliance and public law. After he started up the Fagali Advocacy, he has become a more popular lawyer in his line f work as having his business enhancing his career significantly.

In 2004, Bruno Fagali started up at the Pontifical Catholic University in Law and graduated in 2009 with a bachelor’s degree. After that, he moved on to specialize in Administrative Law at the PUC SP again where he studied for a couple of years. Next up, Bruno Fagali achieved a master’s degree in State Law after attending the University of Sao Paulo from 2015 un until 2017.

After he completed his education in Law Bruno Fagali took the first step towards his successful career in the field. He took up a position at the New/ sb law firm in December 2015 where he served as its Corporate Integrity Manager. Bruno Fagali worked at the law firm for less than a year, and in July 2016 he moved on to establish the Fagali Advocacy.

Bruno Jorge Fagali is also strongly involved in international law and likes to follow new regulations introduced in other countries. He is also dedicated to writing articles with reflections and his predictions on the outcomes on legal regulations and situations happening in other parts of the world.

On his company’s website, Bruno Fagali publishes about such news on a regular basis. He is focused mostly on compliance and public law.

Gregory Aziz’s Management At National Steel Car

Among the unsung heroes of the Canadian corporate sector is one Gregory Aziz. Greg Aziz is the CEO of National Steel Car. He is an economist with a degree in economics from the University of Western Ontario. Earlier in life, he had attended the Ridley College. Greg was born in Ontario and has been part of the community for a long time now especially since he took over the management of the National steel car which is based in Hamilton.


Greg Aziz graduated in 1971 from Western Ontario University and immediately started working in a food company associated with his family. He worked for the food business company for over 16 years leaving behind an impeccable track record of performance. He found the food company at a beginner’s stage and made it the largest importer and supplier of fresh foods in Canada and parts of the United States. The food company was called Affiliated Foods. Most of its imports were coming from Europe and parts of South America. Greg Aziz’s birthday is on 30, April. He was born in 1949.


Besides working for Affiliated Foods, Greg Aziz was also in other businesses related to his economics studies such as the investment banks. In fact, after he left National Steel Car, he went to New York where he was working with investment banks. While working here, Aziz found the opportunity to acquire National steel car from Dofasco. It is one of the best decisions he has ever made. The investment opportunity was worth it. It was the best thing that he could have asked for regarding business investment. National steel car was a company that he was ready to work on and make it great.


National steel car is a company that has been operating for over one hundred years. It is an engineering factory with a rich history of providing good quality products. It deals with engineering and production of railroad freight cars. National steel car was initiated in 1912 by the National Industries Inc. It was later privatized and went ahead with its manufacturing activities. It has faced all manner of challenges in the industry and conquered. Many companies started at the same time have already died from inability to keep up with competition as well as the high demand for quality that is needed in the market. Refer to This Article to learn more.


National steel car of Gregory Aziz is no longer the business of the past. It is a vibrant business that can now handle large-scale production requirements.


See: https://www.steelcar.com/

Jeunesse Global Continues to Deliver Exciting New Products

Jeunesse Global is increasingly becoming one of the most recognized names in the global health and beauty direct marketing industry. Because of its rapid success, Jeunesse has captured the attention of some of the top players in the health and beauty space, recruiting many of them to its ranks to sell both its products and its business plan.

The company was founded just nine years ago by health and beauty power couple Randy Ray and Wendy Lewis. The couple had long been involved in the industry, creating dozens of the most successful companies that the space had ever seen. Long since financially independent, Ray and Lewis had taken to decision to try the retired life once again. They wished to spend more time with their grandkids as well as spending their golden years with each other, taking their time and enjoying a slower pace of life.

But the serially entrepreneurial couple proved to themselves that they simple were not constituted for long hours of idleness and boredom. Ray and Lewis quickly grew restless being away from the world of business. Lewis began selling a few products out of the couple’s exquisite Florida mansion. Before long, Ray had dived headlong into the business, recruiting new distributors and selling the business plan himself to associates. Jeunesse Global was born.

The company was quickly able to develop a large portfolio of highly innovative products. One of those has been its energy drink. Called Nevo, the all-natural energy drink packs the same energy-infusing punch of more synthetic, chemical-laden drinks like Red Bull. But Nevo uses 100 percent natural ingredients in order to deliver its energy boost. This gives the drink a flavor that is much closer to true carbonated, fresh squeezed fruit juice than the chemical-like taste that one often gets from drinks like Red Bull.

Nevo is currently only available through Jeunesse distributors. It is one of the company’s secret weapons in recruiting new customers and distributors to what the firm has dubbed Generation Young, the long list of people whose lives have been positively changed by the consumption of Jeunesse Global’s products.

Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi proves that American Dream is still alive, in Brazil

     The American Dream is increasingly viewed among the disaffected populace of the United States as a child’s fantasy. The realities of crushing wealth inequality, ghettos as dysfunctional as the most putrid Haitian slum and a public school system that is the laughing stock of the entire developed world have begun to take a dire toll on the mojo of the once-boisterous American psyche.

But even as America’s melting pot converts into the bed pan of a failed empire, the proposition nation is able to export more than oil wars and trashy consumerist culture. The one proposition that America has contributed to the good of the Earth’s peoples may be the American Dream – a quaint notion that hard work and determination are more important in deciding one’s station in life than some feudal caste into which they were, by accident, born.

Although the American Dream may be as dead as the attendees at the Constitutional Convention, abroad, it lives on in unlikely places. Countries that Uncle Sam once hardly deigned to scoff at for their lowliness now threaten the very primacy that the Monroe Doctrine had established as geopolitical fact for more than 200 years. Countries like Mexico and Brazil, once considered fallow malaria swamps peopled by half-dressed savages and highwaymen are now rising miraculously to become regional leaders in terms both economic and cultural.

Brazil, in particular, has undergone incredible growth and advancement over the last 50 years. Once the third-world fiefdom of tyrants and brutal caudillos, Brazil has rapidly industrialized and modernized its economy, converting it into the largest economy in Latin America, with one of the highest per-capita GDPs in the region.

With this unprecedented growth has come rich opportunity. Perhaps no one exemplifies the rise of Brazil to global eminence better than Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi, the CEO of Brazilian banking giant Bradesco.

Trabuco Cappi was born into humble circumstances in the small town of Marilia, Sao Paulo in 1951. Although middle-class by Brazilian standards of the time, the circumstances of his upbringing would probably be recognized by most Americans as being those of grinding poverty.

Trabuco Cappi was able to get excellent grades in high school. However, his family had no money to send him to college. As a result, he was forced to go join the labor market. He was eventually hired at a local bank, Bradesco. Over the following decades, Trabuco Cappi slowly moved up through the corporate hierarchy, proving himself to be a quick study and able leader. Throughout the 1970s, he was able to put himself through night school at the prestigious University of Sao Paulo. By the end of that decade, he had attained a bachelor’s degree in business administration and a master’s degree in social psychology.

Trabuco Cappi was now making far more money than any member of his family had ever done before. By the mid-1980s, he had been appointed to his first executive roles with the bank. Throughout the 90s and 2000s, Trabuco Cappi proved to be instrumental in the rise of Bradesco from a small local bank into one of the most important financial institutions in the country. In 2009, he was rewarded for his years of service and profitable leadership by being given the position of CEO.

In less than 40 years, Trabuco Cappi had managed to completely transcend his class of origin. Even though such precipitous ascents from the bottom of Brazilian society to the top do not happen with a high frequency, they happen often enough to suggest that Brazil may be a better incubator of the American Dream than America itself.

Learn more at http://www.istoedinheiro.com.br/noticias/negocios/20151218/luiz-carlos-trabuco-cappi-empreendedor-ano-nas-financas-2015/327856.