Lawrence Bender Professional Career Journey

Lawrence Bender has to be one of the greatest film producers that this generation has ever seen. Some of his spectacular works include Inglorious Basterds, Good Will Hunting, and Pulp Fiction. Despite being great at film producing, he wasn’t always into the arts like he is now. In fact, he didn’t really get into them until after college

Lawrence Bender was born in The Bronx, New York City, New York to a Jewish family. When he was in high school, it was his goal to go to school and become a civil engineer. His grandfather was a civil engineer and he knew that there were great jobs in this field. So, he decided to enroll at the University of Maine to pursue a degree in civil engineering. He graduated in 1979.

After graduation, Lawrence Bender wanted to become a professional dancer. However, on his journey, he obtained an injury that permanently sidelined him from his dream. The good news is that he found another outlet which was producing films.

Like I said earlier, Lawrence Bender has produced many hit films. Despite how great all of them were, I’d have to say that Good Will Hunting was my favorite. In the film, Will Hunting grows up as an orphan with only his brothers by his side. In fact, his brothers are his best friends. Growing up, he is frequently abused both emotionally and physically. When he grows up, Hunting works as a janitor at MIT. He works the late shift so no students or faculty are there. While in the hallway one night, Hunting solves a very difficult problem that astounds both student and faculty alike. A professor then tracks down Hunting. That professor is Sean Maguire. Maguire becomes Hunting’s mentor, guiding him through some of life’s hardest challenges. In the end, it is Hunting’s ability to overcome these challenges that makes the movie so great.

Another film that I like of Benders in An Inconvenient Truth. In the film, politician Al Gore talks about global warming and the effects that humans are having on this planet. All in all, it is a great work with statistics backing it up.

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Alex Pall, Aptitude In Composition

Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart make up the majority of what is known as The Chainsmokers which is a DJ collaboration that entails a plethora of different mixes in to the gender of electronics and hip hop influence. They met in The Big Apple known as the city of New York and the sparks of genius became apparent as they discussed their wishes and musical cravings to ambitiously dominate their craft and profession as well as take it to the next level in advanced stages. They already became aware of what did not work for other musicians and they studied hard to catch trends of what was going to be desired by consumers everywhere before jumping into the adventure of a lifetime. It was hard for Alex Pall to pursue a life in music where it was often considered to be nothing but a pipe dream to become famous from doing what one loves in their lifetime. The duo met by destiny and by their consequent actions it was nothing more than fate that they paired up in the right place at the right time. Andrew Taggart before the enevitable struck was an active pupil in the sector of education where he had been practicing his gift of working out the kinks to his music fascinations, especially when it came to the style of electronic sounding beats on the disc jockey. Yes, he and Alex Poll both became side gig enthusiasts before catching fire with each other in the cooperative effort and work required to hand craft the beautiful pieces of art available everywhere on this planet today. Their art such as Paris, Roses, and Sick Boy grabbed the attention of the internet at once with their well contemplated efforts in finding meaning to the things in life that moved them as artists.

https://www.billboard.com/articles/news/dance/8099170/the-chainsmokers-new-song-video

Madison Street Capital: Domestic Investments

Madison Street Capital is an international investment banking firm that operates on a global scale. They’re working with thousands of clients, yet somehow, they’re genuinely focused on their clients’ successes. It’s not about getting their own profits; it’s about making sure every client is set up for the best end result.

With every new project, they get to approach new problems in unconventional ways. That doesn’t mean they’re taking unnecessary risks. They’re just focused more on their client’s goals than their own. It’s because of that dedication and trusted experienced that so many of their clients’ loyalties are unwavering.

Over the last few months, over a dozen states have been hit with some of the worst storms the United States has seen in 100 years. Most of the damage people have seen has all been physical damage to property and lives lost. People haven’t really thought about the economic and cultural damage that’s been done.

As many places face floods and landslides, the number of schools and businesses washed away is growing by the day. By the time all the storms stopped, entire communities were faced with problems they’d be dealing with for the next few years.

Thanks to organizations like United Way and its United Ways of the Midwest and South Disaster Fund, the smaller communities have a chance to rebuild their lives much faster. At first, United Ways started out by providing the basics of necessities: food, water, medicine, clothing, and shelter.

Now, it’s beginning to focus on more long-term recovery issues: education, financial stability, and long-term health problems. With the help of companies like Madison Street Capital, these communities stand a chance at restoring their economic independence much faster than they expected. Right now, the focus is making a beneficial difference in these people’s lives.

Making those kinds of impacts is why Madison Street Capital has repeatedly honored at the M&A Advisors Awards Gala. Last November, Madison Street Capital won the Debt Financing Deal of the Year award after advising WLR Automotive on one of their transactions. Madison Street Capital was also nominated for two other awards but didn’t win those.

Charles Botchway, CEO of Madison Street Capital, gave all the credit to the team that handled the deal. He especially praised Barry Peterson, Senior Managing Director who led that team. He also thanked WLR Automotives and their representatives.