Worldwide known physician Dr. David Samadi has performed thousands of surgeries over 45 different countries. With his studies at Stony Brook University and Stony Brook School of Medicine, he obtained his degree in biochemistry and medicine. With postgraduate work Dr. David Samadi was about to further his skills to eventually become the current Chairman of Urology and Chief of Robotic Surgery at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York, NY. His is board certified as a urologist. With advance study in recognizing and providing aid for urologic diseases, cancers of the prostate, kidney, and bladder. His skill set has allowed him to perform advanced procedures by hand or via robotic intervention.
Dr. Samadi has invented his own procedure called the SMART method. Samadi Modified Advanced Robotic Technique. Most surgeons use a particular method in his field of urology to remove a damaged prostate. Upon doing so causes tons of nerves damage leaving many men with incontinence and impotence. Men often refuse to have this procedure done with fear of losing a part of themselves. Looking into the matter himself, Dr. Samadi developed this technique with the purpose of reducing nerve damage during the surgery. With so many nerves still intact from the SMART procedure, Dr. Samadi has opened up a solution on two fronts for men with prostate issues. They can keep their fervor while removing a toxic portion of their body.
He constantly strives to change the lives of not just men, but all people. Dr. David Samadi hosted during the years of 2011 and 2016 a show on Fox News called “Sunday Housecall.” This show took news and information to people across the globe. Instead of settling for patients in his office, he sought to give health related news to all people that could contact the show. He would even take questions and concerns from his viewers to ensure that questions and difficulties people were facing were being addressed via his intellect.
Dr. David Samadi does not only commit his time and energy to fixing the body, or hosting television shows. Dr. Samadi does talks and interviews. He seeks to encourage and uplift all of those within his sphere of influence. A book he recommends during his interview with Ideamensch is to read “Anything is Possible” by Elizabeth Strout. A collection of inspiring stories. He even recommends investing tips in technologies as they will only continue to grow and advance.
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The Chainsmokers; a well-known American DJ and production duo, formed in 2012 but did not experience their breakthrough into fame until 2014. They erupted into the spotlight with their single #Selfie which ended up a top twenty single in several countries. From this point, Chainsmokers were on the roadmap to fame and success in the music industry.
The duo, Alex Pall and Drew Taggart, went on to produce hits such as “Roses”, “Paris”, “Something Just Like This” with Coldplay, “Closer” with Halsey and “Don’t Let Me Down”. This dynamite pair of producers turned into on of the hottest new groups almost overnight. Because of their success in the music industry they began to experience pressure to recreate numerous sons that were a mixture of EDM and Top 40 pop. This would have been an easy task for such a creative duo but they team decided to take their musical creativities to a darker side. Their new release, “Sick Boy” is just the beginning of a new darker chapter of their music career. In a recent interview the Chainsmokers shared that they always try to stay current with the music they are producing. Drew Taggart went on record sharing that even though this is the first release they have had in nine months the duo’s music is still “a reflection of what’s going on in our lives and the world around us”.
The Chainsmokers express their times of frustration with the industry. During the interview with Forbes they shared how they have watched themselves become people that they do not necessarily relate too. They shared how they aspire to convey to their audience what it is like to be a part of their generations. The current single release, “Sick Boy” is greatly inspired by how we as individuals are able to relate to society via social media and how so many things are left up to interpretation by others. It is a song about putting yourself out there on social media in the best most accurate ways. Yet, still expressing how blurred some messages still are to the world.
Currently, Sheldon Lavin is the Chairman and the CEO of OSI Group. He became involved with OSI Group in the 1970s. At the time, the firm was looking for a way to get financing for building a meat processing facility. This would help them in expanding the meat products that they provided McDonald’s with. Since the time he joined the company, Lavin has managed to make it a worldwide food supplier. OSI Group now operates in 17 countries and has more than 800 facilities.
When Sheldon Lavin started career in OSI Group, he was a consultant. He then became a partner of the firm in the year 1975. After this, Lavin helped the company to expand its operation to South America, Asia, and Europe. At the beginning of the 1980s, he managed to buy controlling interest and took over the company. He then came up with the culture of treating the employees of OSI Group as a global family. This has led to minimal staff turnover in the company. Most of the employees end up working for the firm for years.
OSI Group has managed to receive various rewards since Sheldon Lavin the Chief Executive Officer. Some of the awards that the company has received are for health management and environmental management. For instance, OSI Food Solutions UK was given the Globe of Honor Award. This award was given to them by the British Safety Council in the year 2016. The award was presented due to the efforts that Sheldon made in taking OSI Group to the international platform and also managing to create jobs all around the globe. The Global Visionary Award is usually given to visionaries found in any field who follow their goals and make their dreams a reality. Sheldon Lavin has also managed to get some awards for taking part in several services. Some of these services include being the director and the president of the Sheba Foundation and being on the board of the Goodman Theatre. Moreover, he is also a trustee for Ronald McDonald House of Charities.
Lavin is also a great philanthropist. He has actively contributed to various charities. Some notable charities that he is a part of include the Jewish United Fund, Boys and Girls Club of Chicago, the United Negra College Fund, Inner City Foundation of Chicago and the Ronald McDonald House Charities. These are just a few of the charities that Sheldon is involved in. He has engaged himself with numerous charities thus showing his generous nature.
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As co-founder, principal and board member of Fortress Investment Group, Wesley “Wes” Robert Edens has established himself as one of the nation’s premier businessmen and investors, being responsible for Fortress’ private equity and alternative investment dealings. Holder of a Bachelor of Science in Finance and Business Administration from Oregon State University, Edens launched his career with stints at Lehman Brothers and BlackRock Asset Investors, becoming partner and managing director at both institutions. He would launch Fortress Investment Group in 1998 with five other principals; upon debuting on the New York Stock Exchange nine years later, the New York City-based firm made history as the first private equity firm with substantial holdings to be traded publicly.
In the midst of the subprime mortgage crisi of the late 2000s that saw the firm’s stock price take a major hit, Fortress was shielded from financial jeopardy as a result of a substantial rise in the value of its majority stake in commercial real estate company Springfield Holdings, a majority stake that was purchased in 2010 on the advice of Edens. Fortress’ starting investment of $124 million would eventually grow to more than $3.5 billion dollars, for a more than 2700% hike in value.Today, Fortress employs more than 900 people and manages assets for almost 2,000 clients across the world, assets that boast a combined value of nearly $44 billion.
Beyond his decades-long work at Fortress, Edens chairs the boards of a number of financial organizations like Springleaf Finance, New Media Investment Group and Florida East Coast Holdings, amongst many others. With a net worth of $2.5 billion and take-home pay of more than $50 million a year, Edens has ranked as high as number 369 on the Forbes’ Billionaires List.In addition to his accomplishments in business and finance, Edens is a noted figure in the world of sports and eSports. He is the co-owner of the NBA’s Milwaukee Bucks, having purchased the team in 2014 for $550 million along with Avenue Capital Group CEO Marc Lasry. As owners, Edens and Lasry have won plaudits for their intent to keep the Bucks in Milwaukee and the progress made on their soon-to-be-completed $500 million multi-purpose arena for use by the Bucks. Edens is also the sole owner of professional eSports team FlyQuest, which compete in League of Legends and Rocket League .