Recently, the Christmas Crafts YouTube Channel uploaded a very positive review of Evolution of Smooth (EOS) lip balm products. The reviewer notes that, first of all, these lip balms are 100% natural and 95% organic, so the environmentally conscious can use them with a clear conscience. Also, she points out that EOS products are full of healthy antioxidants and are designed to be easy on the sensitive tissues human lips are composed of.
The reviewer then moves on to cover the different flavors of EOS lip balms, starting with her own personal favorite, strawberry sorbet. She then demonstrates how these lip balms open in a smooth mechanical manner and how their oval shape makes them perfect for applying on lips unlike traditional tube-shaped lip balms. She explains that, unlike traditional lip balms, you don’t have to use your finger to coax out the product; therefore it doesn’t end up making a mess all over your hands.
Furthermore, she notes that it takes a long time to use up an individual EOS lip balm, so they are a very good value for your money. Additionally, they don’t melt when you leave them in your purse for an extended period of time. Finally, she laments that there are more flavors currently available in the United States than England where she lives.
Whitney Wolfe is a go-getter. This young lady is a highly intelligent and an accomplished individual. She headed her own company at the age of 25. She is now using her organization to further the cause of women rights and social issues. She is the undisputed leader of Bumble and her passion is helping the company to excel to further heights.
Whitney began Bumble in 2014 after parting ways with another dating site called Tinder. Certain events transpired at Tinder that caused Whitney to let the place go. She moved on and created her version of a dating app. Bumble is now a huge success. There are over 30 million users on this platform and the site continues to expand.
One thing that Whitney Wolfe wanted to do with her site was to make it different from the competition. She did not want the experience on Bumble to be the same as everywhere else. The first big change that she implemented was putting women first. This simply means that women have to make the first move and not men.
On the surface, it might not seem like men would like this new feature for dating. However, there are 50% of men signed up on the site. Apparently, the guys like sitting around and waiting to see if a woman will approach them to get to know them better. Another thing about Bumble is its support of the feminist agenda. Tinder and Bumble Are Seriously at War
Whitney also fights against certain issues that she deems negative. Such as supporting guns and not giving women a fair chance in the work world or with certain professions. Whitney Wolfe has charities that support various fields involving women, she sends support to important causes, she partners with professional sports teams over female related issues and she even supports women when they make public statements about the past wrongdoings from men. Whitney Wolfe is on a mission to change how men and women interact and how the world views women. Bumble Founder/CEO Whitney Wolfe Herd Joins Imagine Entertainment Board
After being a portfolio manager on wall Street, Paul Mampilly has moved on to a new branch of work. Over the last few years, he has been working on his growing publishing career, which offers only the best advice about investments to ordinary people who want to take the leap into investing. Publishing his investment newsletters through Banyan Hill allows him a broader reach to a much larger audience. He follows the egalitarian business model, which allows the wealth to be spread by giving smart investment advice and strategies to those in the other 99 percent.
During his time on Wall Street, Paul Mampilly managed several high profile portfolios as well as holdings for the Royal Bank of Scotland and other investors. He was also one of the first to show faith in start-ups at the time like Netflix, Facebook, Whole Foods, and Universal Display.In 2016, Paul Mampilly decided he was ready to retire from Portfolio Management and took up the position of Senior Editor at Banyan Hill Publishing so he could spend more time with his family. But he was also driven to the change because he didn’t want to work on Wall Street anymore simply because he knew that his creative work wasn’t reaching anyone outside the 1 percent.
When he began publishing his investment newsletter, he began to feel that his work would actually reach someone who needed it, and could potentially change their lives.Paul Mampilly graduated from Fordham University in 1991, then went to Wall Street at Bankers Trust as an Assistant Portfolio Manager. He excelled in investment and continued to further his working career by working for numerous legal firms. He was managing the $6 billion hedge fund for Kinetics Asset Management and was honored with a win in a highly-regarded competition the Templeton Foundation held. Considering this honor came within the throes of the 2008-2009 financial crisis, it just proves his investment abilities.