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Archive for the month “November, 2009”

Josh Stewart Founder and CEO of XJet

Josh Stewart’s Bio

XJet is the result of Josh’s life long dream to create a unique brand, recognized worldwide for its genuine people, passion to serve, and commitment to build a bright beacon that inspires others to live the life of their dreams. His passion for flying led him to Africa where he flew on peace and relief missions for the International Red Cross, the United Nations and the U.S. State Department. Josh has over 15 years of aviation experience and has logged more than 5,000 flight hours as a military (Royal Air Force), bush and commercial pilot rated in both helicopter and jet aircraft. He has held many roles in aviation including Chief Pilot and Director of Operations in addition to setting up the first air service in Sudan.

Josh was born in Ireland and is a graduate of London University’s Queen Mary College. He is committed to inspiring and educating youth through aviation. He currently serves on the Board of Advisors for ACE (Alliance for Choice in Education), Colorado Uplift and the Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum. Josh works closely with Sungate Kids, Denver Public Schools, Denver Street Schools and the Morgan Adams Foundation encouraging them to reach for the stars

Josh Stewart Founder and CEO of XJet


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How to Get Anything You Want

Nido Qubein is a successful businessman, speaker, consultant and educator. He has been delivering dynamic presentations for over 30 years to such leading companies as AT&T, Dominos Pizza, JC Penney and Radio Shack. He is the author of more than a dozen books, including Stairway to Success and How to Be a Great Communicator. Enjoy this excerpt of Nido’s presentation, How to Get Anything You Want.

A great video. Enjoy

How to Get Anything You Want


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Steve Carell on How to Act Brilliant

Steve Carell on How to Act Brilliant

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