The Nature Lover Alastair Borthwick

Alastair Borthwick is a talented author and broadcaster who loved nature. He enjoyed climbing mountains in Scotland and talking about the war he had witnessed during his time. He lived a very successful life and passed away at the tender age of 90 years old. He was born in Rutherglen, Lanarkshire and at age 16 he became a copy taker for the Evening Times. A copy taker is a person who types up reports as journalists tell them stories over the phone. He eventually began working for the Glasglow Weekly Herald Due to limited staff, he began writing and editing women’s, children’s, and film pages for the newspaper. He was also responsible for answering the reader’s queries and writing letters to the editors. His first book was “Always A Little Further”, which is a comical memoir that gives vivid descriptions about the Scottish highlands. He ran a press club in the Empire Exhibition and then joined BBC. He did radio broadcasting and then became a captain and was a battalion intelligence officer. In 1945, he led an army of 600 men through German lines. He then wrote a book about the last three years of the battalion’s campaigning. During the same year, he moved away from the city with his wife and had his son 7 years later. Borthwick worked with BBC to come out with a series on post-war Scotland and the series ran for three years. He won an OBE for this series and then began writing in a weekly column for the next few years n the News Chronicle. For the rest of his career, Borthwick started working with Grampian TV in the 1960s and then scripted and presented programs about all different subjects. One of the programs was a 13 part series about Scottish infantry regiments which many people enjoyed viewing.

Alastair Borthwick was a successful and talented leader, writer, and lover of nature. He lived a very long life and was dedicated to his writing and talking about things he witnessed as a captain during the war. Borthwick knew he would be remembered for years to come and considered himself a journeyman writer.

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Into the mind of Max Salk

Human beings have been going along for many years by now and thanks to technology, it has been made so we as humanity over time would be more in-tune with the world around us. However, that only leads people to scramble for equilibrium in the midst of the changes of the modern world

 

One such individual who manages to do this well is New York-based landscape photographer and businessman Max Salk. Silicon Valley may be the place for technological prowess these days but New York never stops being a center for culture and Max Salk is a big part of this. 

 

Salk doesn’t miss out on chances to enjoy himself simply because business is important and doesn’t allow trends to sway his beliefs in what works for him and what doesn’t. Salk’s transparency about his methods of maintaining a balance in his life shows how centered he is. 

 

Being prepared is part of Salk’s life and having his camera during a walk around the Netherlands helped transform his love of photography into something he could share with the world through his website. Also, he has shown that preparation functions as part of a lifestyle rather than simply a good idea to go with. 

 

Salk believes in going with the flow instead of attempting to have a hold on things that are beyond our control. In life, we will need to brace for changes that will inevitably happen whether we want them to or not. When it comes to taking photographs of landscapes, Salk realized that nature is no respecter of photographers and had to adjust his photography to the changes in nature. 

 

Salk takes advantage of the moment as it is happening rather than letting it go by wasted. Putting the best work possible in ideas before showing them set Salk apart. 

 

Being passionate about something requires so much effort and being consistent with something like photography has proved to be beneficial for Salk. That drive to fulfill anything we want to will result in eventual success. 

 

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Nitin Khanna’s Excellent Adventure

There might be nothing hotter than the cannabis market right now, except for the incubation-type, small investment banks. Nitin Khanna, the once-CEO of Cura Cannabis, is now the CEO of Mergertech, a Portland, Oregon-based small investment banking firm. Cannabis seems to be a hot commodity on the West Coast and the greater Pacific Northwest market, so Nitin Khanna might be a touch clairvoyant as the history books might illustrate. The Portland market, an area that is very cannabis friendly, might just be the best place to start a cannabis-based business, as Nitin Khanna did. That same Portland market, however, is not exactly a hot bed of investment banking action. Under the auspices of Mr. Khanna, this Oregonian city just might start to see some more investment banking interest.

 

Early on, growing up as a young man with an entrepreneurial spirit in India, Mr. Khanna was showing signs of having some special skills regarding startups. He spent some time around a cement company, as well as a motorcycle parts manufacturer, and he made note of what he saw and experienced. It has been said that many of his philosophies on business were born in those early days back in India as Nitin was developing his interests based on how these concerns were run.

 

It is not surprising that Mr. Khanna went to the Lawrence School in India, which has the motto “never give up,” where as a young man he continued to experience development, in both education and his evolving business philosophies. Taking all he learned in those early years in India, he eventually would create “Saber,” a tech-giant that over 10 years became a provider of state government solutions. This company that Mr. Khanna started would eventually have revenue of over $120 million, and that which he sold for over $450 million. It was the experience with mergers and acquisitions while running Saber that led him to develop “MergerTech,” the small investment banking startup he created in Oregon. Cura Cannabis, his venture that he started in Portland in the years after the Saber sale, and today that company is one of the best cannabis oil providers in the nation. Based on all of Nitin Khanna’s successes, we are likely to hear a lot more about MergerTech going forward.

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Wes Edens Continues To Maintain Multiple Successful Business Ventures While Earning Millions Of Dollars Every Year

Wes Edens is a billionaire and business leader who continues to take part in many different partnerships and business ventures. He is a co-founder and principal with Fortress Investment Group and has been able to help his company grow by making many successful business deals. Edens is also one of the owners of the Milwaukee Bucks, and the team has been able to improve greatly since he has become associated with it. Within half of a decade, the Bucks have gone from being last place in their division to being the number one seed.

Wes Edens graduated from Oregon State University in the mid 1980s with a degree in business administration and finance. After finishing his studies, he went to work with the Lehman Brothers where he served as the company’s managing director and partner for over five years. After doing so, he moved on to work with BlackRock Financial Management Inc. After serving with BlackRock for a few years, he made the decision to help create Fortress Investment Group. He did so with the help of Randal Nardone and Rob Kauffman, and he has served in many leadership positions there.

Wes Edens partnered with Marc Lasry to purchase the Milwaukee Bucks for $550 million. The purchase took place in 2014, and the pair bought the team from Herb Kohl. Edens and Lasry are planning on constructing a new sports arena for the team that will cost a minimum of $100 million. Edens also recently purchased a piece of the Aston Villa Football Club and is planning on helping the team to regain its former glory, too.

It was recently reported by the Milwaukee Business Journal that Wes Edens earns $54 million every year. A lot of his money comes from Fortress Investment Group, which includes his stock dividends that come from the more than 60 million shares of Fortress’s stock shares he owns. His daughter is also an up and coming entrepreneur who is thinking about buying the New York Knicks in the future. Wes Edens appears to approve of his daughter’s ambitions as he recently commented that he believes women are greatly underrepresented in the sports world.

Alastair Borthwick, the Celebrated author, Broadcaster and Journalist

Alastair Borthwick remains as one of the most celebrated personalities across the world. The renowned writer, journalist, and broadcaster was born in Rutherglen. He spent most of his childhood days in Troon before his family later relocated to Glasgow. While in Glasgow, he attended Glasgow High School until the age of sixteen.

 

After High School, Alastair Borthwick secured employment with the Evening Times as a copytaker. His primary duties included recording statements as the field journalists relayed them to the news house. Later on, Alastair joined the Glasgow Herald. He worked in a team of five as a writer in a variety of favorite topics. His most significant pieces included the women’s page, page leads, children’s pages, and compiling of the crossword.

 

While still working for the Glasgow Herald, Alastair Borthwick became in charge of the newspaper’s “Open Air” page. To generate favorite topics for the page, Alastair had to venture outdoors and interact with Glaswegians, especially the fans of rock climbing and mountaineering. During his outdoor ventures, he discovered rock climbing, an outdoor sport which had been a preserve for the rich Glaswegians.

 

After several years of writing adventure stories for the “Open Air” page, Alastair compiled his materials to come up with his first novel, Always a Little Further. The book detailed the numerous adventurous escapades of young and daring Glaswegians in mountaineering and rock climbing. Most of the story describes the romantic experiences of the poor hitchhiking north, camping, and sleeping in caves. The book was first published in 1939.

 

Apart from writing and journalism, Alastair Borthwick was also a patriot. He served as a soldier in the British Army during the Second World War. He served with various army units in Sicily, North Africa, and Western Europe. He served at the rank of a captain and later as an Intelligence Officer.

 

Alastair served longest with the 5th Seaforth Highlanders, 51st Highland Division. Starting as a private soldier, he navigated through the ranks to become a second lieutenant and then a lance corporal. However, his time with the military was not always rosy. His side suffered heavy shelling and bombing from the German side. He was one of the lucky to survive the onslaught.

 

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