Sep 19 2012

Zone Chefs

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Zone Chefs offers pre made delicious meals and snacks to help you reach your goal weight-loss. Clients have three gourmet meals and two snacks delivered each day to where they wish by 5 a.m.. They are packaged in insulated bags full of ice to keep the food fresh through delivery. These meals run in 120 day cycles which help to not bore your taste buds. Many of the meals are packaged in microwavable containers for your convenience. Usually the lunch items will be cold items which can easily be taken for work.

To get an idea of what the day is like for clients imagine this. For breakfast you start with an oat bran bagel along with scrambled eggs and vegetable cream cheese. Lunch consists of grilled salmon along with fresh greens. For a snack between meals you can indulge yourself in fresh strawberries with ricotta cheese. Dinner is the biggest meal. One type of dinner available is chicken stuffed cabbage with vegetables. All these foods will help you stay healthy and keep on track to losing the weight.

Many celebrities enjoy Zone Chefs. Tori Spelling, Kevin Costner, Liza Minnelli, and Kathy Griffin are just a few of the many well-known stars who love the program. 

Zone Chefs offers different types of plans. Some are for 14 days, while others last up to 31 days. The fees vary, with the clients being charged daily. Unfortunately not everyone can afford their prices. It also needs to be known that Zone Chefs currently deliver daily in New York and California. 

If you want the convenience of having already made healthy meals, Zone Chefs may just be the step you need to achieving your dreams.

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Sep 05 2012

Giles Sabourin

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Giles Sabourin started his career with a mechanical engineering degree from Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Massachusetts. He landed a job with IBM in 1984 and so began his successful career. He started working in process engineering and product engineering and spent quite a lot of time working in that capacity. Giles Sabourin then worked up the ranks through management and program management to lead a successful career in supply chain and project management business at other companies.

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Sep 04 2012

Brian Safran

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Brian Safran is currently serving as a corporate immigration paralegal at a prominent law firm in New York. In his current position, Safran assists in the management of a caseload inclusive of several Fortune 500 companies, prepares U.S.-bound nonimmigrant and immigrant USCIS petitions, arranges and coordinates consular appointments for foreign nationals, manages foreign national records, and maintains contact with corporate clients and foreign nationals. Safran holds a Master of Science degree in Global Affairs from New York University.

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Aug 31 2012

Adrian Oton

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In the English educational system, students are only required to go to school until age 16. At that time, students have the option of completing two more years of schooling, to help them prepare for studies at the university level. Before they can enter the higher education system, however, they must take a test commonly known as the “A levels.” When Adrian Oton completed his A levels, he chose to enter the job market right away. This is a bit of an unconventional choice, as students who do well on their A levels are often expected to move forward with their educations and obtain a higher degree. But, Adrian Oton wanted to move forward with his career and enter the job market right away, so he took a leap of faith and began working instead of completing his education. It isn’t a decision he regrets, but later in his life, he was asked to go back to school and complete his education so he could become certified and move up in the company he was working for.

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Aug 29 2012

Gaynor Oton

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While Gaynor Oton was attending Westside Girls Comprehensive School, she was preparing for a professional career. As a result, she was taking courses in difficult subjects such as Spanish and mathematics. These courses would allow her to pick up marketable skills and allow her to find a profitable job just a bit easier. But, Gaynor Oton also hoped to run a home efficiently when she was living on her own, and she knew she’d have to take courses to learn how to do that efficiently. As a result, she took courses in home economics.

Here, Gaynor Oton learned how to create a budget and pull together a reasonable estimation of household expenses. She also learned the basics of cooking and sewing, which could help her care for a family’s needs with ease. While her technical classes have helped Gaynor Oton secure profitable employment, her home economics courses have provided her with additional skills she needs to care for her family. These courses, in her opinion, were just as important as her technical courses.

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Aug 24 2012

Stephanie Cordeiro Cesar

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While she was working as an intern with HSBC Private Bank between January of 2007 and July of 2008, Stephanie Cordeiro Cesar was placed on a cross-collaboration team, and she was asked to develop new ways to encourage the bank to communicate and work effectively with other segment partners. This was a role that required Stephanie Cordeiro Cesar to think creatively, coming up with campaigns that could educate and motivate, so she could deliver results to her supervisors. By all accounts, she was successful in her work, and the cross-collaboration results began to flow almost immediately.

Running a successful business means developing long-ranging plans that can improve market share and decrease losses. If Stephanie Cordeiro Cesar ever chooses to open up her own business, she’ll be ahead of the game as she’s already completed this task as an intern. While she was completing an internship with HBSC Bank, she was asked to create a regional business plan, including the development and execution of integrated sales and investment strategies. It was a remarkable achievement, and provided Stephanie Cordeiro Cesar with valuable experience.

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Aug 24 2012

Travis Routt

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Few people find a career they like so much that they’re willing to dedicate their entire working life to it. In fact, most people change careers 2-3 times within their lives. However, Travis Routt has known he wanted to work in Finance and Management since his early days at Florida State University and he embraced that goal.

After he graduated from FSU in 1996 with a B.S. in Business and Finance from the school’s well known School of Business, Travis Routt sought out a career with Ameriprise Financial. He achieved another goal of becoming a Certified Financial Planner (CFA) in 2003. In all, Travis Routt has been working his dream for over a decade and a half and can’t wait for the next decade and a half.

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Aug 24 2012

Andrea Kinch

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Not only is Andrea Kinch a great role model for her educational background and dedication to helping others, she also received the prestigious position of Instructor of the Year at Barbizon Modeling and Acting of Georgia. Due to Andrea Kinch’s experience in the modeling and acting industry, she is excited to be able to give her talents and attention to other men and women who are looking to follow in her footsteps.

Andrea Kinch has been a pillar in the modeling and acting industry in Georgia, and her dedication at Barbizon Modeling and Acting of Georgia was rewarded with this award in 2007. She looks forward to continuing her work with students and continuing her path of excellence.

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Aug 24 2012

Kasra Nikzad

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Kasra Nikzad has been into breakdancing since high school, when he was a member of a local club. However, breakdancing is a passion that he continues to pursue into adulthood. Recently, he began to spin a hobby into something more lucrative. He now hosts break dancing events around the Portland, Oregon area as well as Seattle. He enjoys meeting new people and sharing his skills. Breakdancing is a lot of fun and a lot of people get the fever very quickly. He loves the freedom of breakdancing. Nothing is fixed or limited to a specific set of moves. In breakdancing, people are constantly coming up with new moves. Hosting breakdancing parties give Kasra Nikzad the opportunity to spread his passion as well see what new moves fellow breakdancers are developing.

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Aug 24 2012

Officers Christian Fellowship

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Officers Christian Fellowship – Competencies & Mission

The non-profit organization named Officers Christian Fellowship is there to server the young men and women of this sovereign democratic country of the United States of America, who have sacrificed their young adult lives to protect our right to enjoy a life of freedom. Following the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars, there has been an exponential demand for young man power in all military departments, and a great many young intellectual minds have sacrificed their time in school to protect the boundaries of your nation.

In such a difficult scenario, there needs to be more organizations like the Officers Christian Fellowship, which are more than able to tackle the issues surrounding families of their young martyrs and Prisoners of War. The organization provides ample funds for their families to meet the needs of present day America. There has to be someone who offers a helping hand to the families of active or retired military officers – particularly those who are forever maimed by the horrors of war, or are rendered handicap due to an extremist attack.

The guards or reserve members in the military are operating on long shifts, and are unable to see their young children. Those young men and women, who are in their teen years, and are in the process of being recruited by the United States army, require their families to be not only given hope, but financial security. The nation’s army has a number of International military personnel, who do have the monetary resources to support their families, but have no hope of coming back to the homeland soon; thus, their families require emotional and sentimental help.

The Officers Christian Fellowship members offer their prayers for the martyrs, and those who are currently fighting, what appears to be a never ending battle with an unknown enemy. There is special purpose outreach and small group fellowship system formed by this NGO. The organization also has the availability of conference centers, where they meet up to discuss the strategies on how to support the needy families. The OCF publications offer an in-depth look into the efforts made by our members in bringing back the army from war, and also highlight the acknowledgment of the men and women battling in the Far East, by the country’s citizen at large.

The ultimate goal of the Officers Christian Fellowshipis to minister effectively the positive teachings and encouraging the young men and women to fight the war with a firm belief in God.

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