John Jesensky talks Cars, Miami and a Harry Potter-based Symphony

Miami is one of the world’s most popular cities in the world. It attracts people from all walks of life. Visiting Florida wouldn’t be complete without a walk in the streets of Miami. John Jesensky, a renowned composer, and conductor, has defined the city as charming, exciting and breathtaking. He says that he feels like Miami gets better with time –like wine. He believes that the place will be different a few years from now, judging from the new establishments coming up.

One thing that Jesensky likes about the city is the cultural diversity. He enjoys eating out at different restaurants just to taste steaks and soups from various parts of the world. John revealed that Miami is one of his favorite vacation destinations because the people there are friendly. Moreover, the city offers some of the best orchestra performances.

The orchestra conductor loves cars. He considers vehicles as art –just like music. “I fell in love with cars when I was a little boy,” he says, “That (his love for cars) has stuck with me to date.” Mr. Jesensky has mentioned in one of his interviews that the future for cars looks brighter every day. He’s excited to see what the big names in the automobile industry will come up within the next decade.

John expects to see more innovative ideas. He said, “We are not yet done inventing stuff. Those LCD screens on our cars can show us more than just time and our GPS location.” He hopes that automotive engineers will work towards making safer vehicles that embrace the idea of sustainability. Although John is a fan of classic car collections, he says he wouldn’t mind driving new car models from BMW and Audi.

John Jesensky has revealed that he will conduct a Harry Potter-themed orchestra. He draws his inspiration from John Williams’ work on the Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone film. Also, he is fascinated with how Williams can do so much with so little. Mr. Jensensky will conduct the orchestra at the Arsht Center. He’s working one the project with CineConcerts, a production company that specializes in live presentations. John defined the event as a dream come true as he has always wished to bring out the dark theme in “The Sorcerer’s Stone.”

Mr. Jesensky said that he wasn’t into classical music while in high school. However, this changed when he listened to the soundtracks from all the Harry Potter movies. The New York University alumnus used the soundtracks to practice his conducting skills. He says, “I am grateful for knowing Harry Potter because he inspired me to conduct music.” John Jesensky believes that film scores are attracting younger audiences to orchestral music. He said that younger people are interested in things that blow their minds.

The Harry Potter Live series will offer the audience a thrilling experience. Thanks to film scores, the orchestral music genre is appreciated by the younger and older generations. Harry Potter fans are expected to enjoy the show. John and his team will offer a memorable experience to everyone.

This Man Darren Pawski

This Man Darren Pawski

This Man Darren PawskiDarren Pawski is a financial profession who heads the iconic Synergy Financial Solutions firm. His financial strategies and ideas have made the firm a global financial partner. He has surpassed most financial experts by executing practical business plans in his company and in the capacities; he has served in the business world.

Darren Pawski achievements

Darren Pawski started his tactics of business in the 80s and has since gained all the experience and skills there are in finance. His success must be inbuilt because he started as low as a Diploma and Certificate in Financial Planning and Mortgage Banking, respectively.

In Australia, he has a very positive legacy with almost all prominent firms, especially in Perth. Darren Pawski was at one time a scramble for all financial firms, some that could not afford to pay him. The peak of his corporate career came when he was the Commonwealth Bank Boss. He formulated strategies that the institutions enjoy until now.

Darren Pawski in Synergy Financial Solutions

In his endeavor to exploit all the financial potential in him, he started his own firm to offer financial resources to the world. He has grown the firm to heights that many companies would in half a century. Most of the people who have interacted with him describe him as an idea machine. The secret of his financial success must be in how he implements his ideas immediately.

Darren Pawski believes in the power of relevant knowledge and education. In his firm, he offers free training to employees to equip them with expertise of the entire financial market. In addition, he extends his generosity to public forums and seminars to enlighten the world on business. His efforts to empower the employees and the society has being of success both to his career and company.

His passion for education drove him to enroll for a master’s degree. This, according to financial experts, is a sign of a civilized but genius business mind for a successful man like Darren Pawski to source more education. This means he believes he has more financial potential that he wants to unleash to the world.







Randi Glazer Discusses Risks, Rewards of Classic Car Collecting

For those with a passion for collecting, restoring or rebuilding classic cars, there is often little thought to the risks and rewards beyond the simple enjoyment associated with such a pursuit. The insurance and underwriting specialist in Randi Glazer, however, immediately focuses on the potential risks and rewards that accompany every last detail associated with classic car collecting.

According to Glazer, many classic car collectors — as well as those who are even remotely familiar with this unique and intriguing hobby — are surprised to learn that a passion for collecting, restoring and rebuilding classic cars is one of the most stable investments an individual can make, as there is always a strong market for just about any classic car ever made available.

While there is enough risk that comprehensive insurance is entirely worthwhile, classic cars tend to be immune to any shifts in the economic climate and therefore represent an investment that consistently yields a significant return or at least provides the opportunity to recover the cost of the initial investment.

Classic Cars Can Be Both a Unifying Force and an Expression of Individuality

It is not often that the thing that sets us apart can also be the thing that brings us together, but this seeming paradox is perfectly represented in the owners of classic cars. This is especially the case with classic car enthusiasts who are deeply involved with restoration and customization, as it the process of bringing a classic car back to life that allows these unique individuals to express their creative side while also identifying themselves as something of an iconoclast.

Once the restoration or customization process is complete, however, the car then becomes a beacon for other like-minded souls who want to talk shop and bond over a shared love of gear shafts and other car parts. For friends and family members who often see a tirelessly focused and solitary individual who seems to prefer to be alone with a project in the garage, it can be quite jarring to witness this same person jovially engaging a complete stranger in conversation while looking over the open hood of a classic car. To the car enthusiast, however, this contradictory personality quirk makes perfect sense.

Someone like Ken Fisher is probably quite familiar with this concept, as one of his many books discusses the different kinds of paths taken by wealthy individuals to achieve a remarkably similar level of financial success. The same is true of classic car enthusiasts, and one of the most common subjects these individuals share has to do with the many choices made during the restoration and customization of their passion project. In the end, the car does not look any different to an outsider, but it is readily apparent to those who happen to share this sacred bond.

David Kravitz’s Book Gets My Respect!

I know one thing I am thankful for would be the people who are in my life because without them I’d be clueless! I spend a lot of time in my garage working on cars for clients and mostly my wife’s car because she’s reckless (but don’t tell her that).

I don’t spend much time in the sun because I always have my face under the hood of a car or under the car itself. I guess you could conclude I don’t have much of a social life either. One day my daughter tells me about this new craze thing called “Facebook” and it’s the best new way to connect with old friends and family.  Why not? I’ll give it a try. That was in 2008.

51x54WJHU7L._SX331_BO1,204,203,200_Just a few days ago, my daughter brings me a book she got from her college professor written by David Kravitz. It’s a nice little paperback book dressed up in my favorite green/blue/teal color and it has, “How to Monetize Twitter, Facebook, Snapchat, LinkedIn and Other Social Media Sites” literally packed tightly on the front more so than the engine and other components of a car are packed into the front under the hood. It’s a title so ridiculously long, I guess they didn’t have much choice unless shortening it was out of the question.

I wasn’t interested at first. I don’t want to read, I want to work! “Reading doesn’t make you money,” is what my father would tell me. But wait, this book clearly says in the beginning of all this cramped, claustrophobic text that it’s going to teach you HOW to monetize your social media. I’m in!

With a few minutes of reading, I was hooked on it and I learned so much. I learned I could be making money doing what I have been doing for free with my social media. David Kravitz goes in depth with what it takes to get started, mainly social media, then lists the steps of where you can start making changes.

The good news is that now my garage business is even more successful and I have more clients than just my wife! I can’t thank my daughter enough. She’s really changed my life for the better.

Hugo Sebastian Hirsch Explains His Passion for Classic Car Restoration

One might expect that a professional blogger who also happens to be passionate about classic cars would be devoting at least some of his energy to writing about his restoration projects, but Hugo Sebastian Hirsch sees his love of antique automobiles as a means of escape from his online work. In fact, Hirsch has said that his best ideas often come to him while he is working on a repair project, and these ideas typically have absolutely nothing to do with classic cars or anything remotely related to the subject.

“When I am working on a car, I usually do so in a solitary fashion,” began Hirsch, explaining his rationale for not frequently writing about his car projects. “As I get more into it, I feel this sense of calm and clarity that enables me to think deeply on a variety of subjects. There used to be a lot of times when I dropped my tools to find a notebook so I could start writing immediately, but now I just keep a notebook right there in the garage so I don’t have to feel so frantic about the possibility of losing my train of thought.”

Hirsch, whose career as a blogger and consultant allows him to arrange his schedule so he has plenty of time for classic car restoration, sees his passion for writing and for cars as remarkably similar and mutually beneficial. Hirsch has said in the past that his writing would absolutely suffer without his passion for classic cars, and his restoration work would not be so detail-oriented if not for his commitment to writing.

“The art of writing and the art of automobile restoration may not seem to be all that similar, and on a superficial level, perhaps they are not all that alike,” says Hirsch. “In both pursuits, however, it is the process and not the outcome that is most rewarding for me. When the work is complete, I feel a great sense of accomplishment, but I also feel entirely ready to move on to the next project and the next challenge. It is in this way that I enjoy every triumph and failure equally, and I have never felt as though I have ever wasted any time doing either one.”

Given Hirsch’s process-oriented perspective, it is perhaps unsurprising that he rarely keeps the cars he restores. Instead, he usually resells them below market value, turning only enough of a profit so he is able to begin his next restoration project in earnest.

What’s a Gear Shaft

I’m not really sure. Gear Shafts are really interesting. Just by moving the shifterator, you’ll move the gearmobobs. Those will in turn alter the transmotrons and make the megapistons move at different speeds or something. Also axles are things. Drive Shafts! Flywheels! Torque! Those all have something to do with the gear shaft maybe!