Alastair Borthwick was born in February 1913 in Rutherglen, Lanarkshire, and grew in the Ayrshire Coastal town of Troon. Immediately after leaving Glasgow High School at the age of 16 years, he became a telephone boy with the Glasgow Evening Herald, recording the responses from the callers. He then received a promotion to be an editor and a writer of the Glasgow Weekly Herald; a 28 pages article written by five writers. Borthwick dealt with writing and editing Children’s Page, Film Reviews, Readers’ Queries, Readers’ Letters, and Women’s Page.
Borthwick was a Scottish author and journalist whose articles led to the promotion of a mountain hiking. While working in the Glasgow Borthwick, he mentored many employed and unemployed people through his article about the mountain climbing and hiking in Scotland. He also narrated and gave the importance of mountain hiking in his article ‘Always Little Further.’ He stressed, depicted and treasured the time of the social change among Scotlands. He used interesting, funny, entertaining means to describe different enjoyments and what one would gain during the hills hiking.
Borthwick worked in British Army divisions in Sicily, Western Europe, and North Africa during the Second World War. He served as an Intelligence Officer and later as the captain. He was promoted to be a Reconnaissance Corps on 14 January 1941. Also, he worked with the 5th Seaforth Highlanders in 1944, in addition to leading the battalion to conquer their enemies. After the war, he wrote the book ‘San Peur,’ which covers the history about his encounters and the Seaforth Highlanders during the Second World War. At one time, the Germans noticed that the Seaforths were dug behind them, only one and a half miles next to where they had positioned their soldiers. Borthwick as their leader admitted that he had pulled off navigation.
In his career as a journalist, Borthwick worked in different media whereby he focused on radio and television broadcasting, in addition to writing, editing and presenting programmes. According to Borthwick while addressing the producer James Ferguson, he had been hiking during the weekends. In 1952 New Year Honors, he won an appointment as the Officer of the Order of British Empire (OBE).
Guilherme Paulus is known to be a global entrepreneur and a Brazilian hotelier. He is known to have established CVC Brasil Operadora. Paulus also runs the GJP Hotels and Resorts. In his country, Brazil, he is ranked among the leading persuasive persons. He got his first job in IBM where he held an intern position. Guilherme opened his first hotel in 1995. The employees of GJP Hotels and Resort are more than 50,000 in number in more than its 20 hotels and resorts.
Guilherme explained that Carlos Vicente Cerchiari is the one who came up with the idea of starting CVC and by that time Carlos was the state deputy. Guilherme Paulus met with Carlos Vicente for the first time in a ship tour where they discussed about Carlos’ interest in opening a tourism business in Santo Andre. At that time, Paulus resided in Santo Andre. After their discussion, they decided to combine efforts where Paulus brought in workforce and Carlos contributed capital for the investment.
During the initial period of their project, Guilherme was an employee in Casa Faro. They opened their first store in a small street near the exit door of a cinema. They choose this position as they believed it would attract a huge number of people. Paulus partnered with Carlos for four years after which they split. Guilherme Paulus is positive minded and begins his week by making plans for the rest of the week so that to enhance order and productivity. Paulus appreciates the advancement in technology as it has helped improve communication as well as making it easy to track market trends. Revista elege Guilherme Paulus como empreendedor do ano.
He explains that being physically present in many of his hotels makes him have a better understanding of the happenings and what needs to be improved. Guilherme Paulus also believes that interacting with workers and clients face to face increases productivity. He advocates for listening from those who are ahead or at a higher level. Paulus encourages other entrepreneurs to love what they do and to put the needs of their customers’ first place. He likes a book written by Og Mandino entitled The Greatest Salesman in the World.
Steve Ritchie is currently the CEO of Papa John’s and has written an article about what he has been up to during the last couple of weeks of the summer. Ritchie has spent his time meeting with team members about the company and taking in any feedback from them about the business. P.A.P.A. stands for their slogan “People Are Priority Always” and it makes sense that the CEO would visit franchises to see how everything was going and how they can improve their service and make team members feel right at home. The CEO visited many franchises in different states such as Atlanta, Los Angeles, Chicago, Dallas, and more as Ritchie understands that without their team members the business would be nothing. Steve Ritchie writes about getting to know people and listening to workers who consider the team as a family to them. One of the common elements speaking with employees was knowing that the customer was always right and how the company can improve and move forward.Here’s the news about Steve apologizing to customers.
The CEO has also listened to stories about managers helping out the local community because the employees are passionate about it and care to improve the lives of others. Papa John’s is looking to have a fresh start and move forward as a franchise. According to insiderlouisville.com, Steve Ritchie recognizes that is what all team members, managers, and the like want out of the company, to improve their service to customers and be successful for the future. Papa John’s believes that employees and managers are a great symbol of the community and that the brand is what matters, along with the customers. Steve Ritchie Papa John’s looks to the bright future of Papa John’s and believes in their food products and service. He also understands, however, that the brand needs to listen to feedback and improve as a whole and not throw it to the side.
Aloha Construction is one of the top general contractors in Illinois. They offer their services across that state as well as Southern Wisconsin. This family-owned business was established by President and Chief Executive Officer David Farbaky in 2008. Their main office is in Lake Zurich and they have a second office in Bloomington. Their crews have completed more than 18,000 projects.
When David Farbaky established Aloha Construction it was a small general contracting firm. Over time he built the company and hired more crews and office workers. His company specializes in exteriors and offers both residential and commercial roofing, roof inspection services, siding repair services, gutter repair services, and glass replacement. Aloha Construction offers a ten-year Craftsmanship Warranty on every project it completes and they are also licensed, bonded, and insured.
A home can need a new roof for a number of reasons. Wind, rain, and aging can break down a roof regardless of whether it is low slope, steep slope, or flat. At Aloha Constr uction they follow a nine-step process to determine if a roof needs to be replaced. They inspect roofs free of charge and can send a person out to perform it quickly.
Dave Farbaky wants to use his success with Aloha Construction to improve the community. He started the Dave Farbaky Foundation through which he has helped in a number of ways. One example of this was when he, along with Learning Express Toys, set up an event where four local kids got to grab as many toys as they could during a one-minute shopping spree. He said that he wanted them to see how great it is to do essential random acts of kindness for others. He also set up Omni-Youth Center which provides educational support services to kids in the Lake Zurich community.