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There are a lot of reasons that people make investments. One of the reasons behind it is that it can be a really easy way to make money. When one invests, he is actually setting up an alternate income stream as it depends on the type of investments he makes. When one pays for stocks with dividends, then he is going to get some money from the stocks whether or not the price rises or not. Not everyone that invests is successful on Tumblr. However, there are some investors that actually manage to make some really good choices when it comes to investing.

Among the successful investors is Igor Cornelsen. He has mastered many different markets when it comes to making investments. Therefore, people can listen to what he has to say about how to invest at They can also listen to what he has to say about what to look for with investing. People that are very happy about their success are willing to share their secrets with others so that they will be able to experience some great achievements of their own. Given that Igor is generous and willing to help entrepreneurs, he is one of the best hopes that entrepreneurs have at succeeding.

Igor Cornelsen has tons of different social media accounts that he uses in order to share his secrets and connects with his friends and followers. His social media accounts are active and helpful because he uses them for the purpose of helping other people become successful. One of the pieces of advice that Igor Cornelsen would give is to not put every bit of hope into one source. A diverse portfolio can do wonders for investment. It doesn’t matter whether it is money, efforts or time. Successful investors spread their money all throughout so that they will ensure their profits on

The Kabbalah Centre in the United States, and Central and South America, has its earliest roots in an organization founded in 1925 in what eventually would become the State of Israel. From that organization, the initial establishment of the Kabbalah Centre occurred in New York City in 1965.

Ultimately, the New York City center would migrate to Los Angeles. The Los Angeles Kabbalah Centre opened its doors in 1984.

In addition to its main center in Los Angeles, the Kabbalah Centre has established over 50 branches around the world. The Kabbalah Centre has an ever-growing presence in Central and South America in recent times. Cities in which the Kabbalah Centre has branches in Central and South American include:

  • Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • São Paulo, Brazil
  • Medellín, Colombia
  • Lima, Peru
  • Caracas, Venezuela
  • Santiago, Chile
  • Mexico City, Mexico
  • Bogotá, Colombia
  • Panama City, Panama
  • Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

In addition to the primary branches of the Kabbalah Centre in existence around the world, there also exist a myriad of study groups. In addition, Kabbalah study and education provided by the Kabbalah Centre can be accessed online as well. The number of online Kabbalah study opportunities provided by the LA Kabbalah Centre is increasing each year, and is expected to do so into the future.

The Kabbalah Centre is considered to be more liberal in accepting people into its programs than is the case with some more traditional organizations and centers. The LA Kabbalah Centre, together with its branches in Central and South America and elsewhere around the world, do not require a student to have a background in Hebrew or Jewish texts before commencing a course of study and practice in the Kabbalah.


Lori Senecal is becoming a popular name among female leaders today. She has set herself as the go-to person for companies going through critical transition periods. She is also described as an effective leader with a steely countenance and a long record of success.

However, her seemingly perfect life is not free of controversy, as is the case with many CEOs, as she was once embroiled in a law-suit with McCann Erickson.

Breach of Contract?

Lori Senecal’s legal battle with McCann Erickson began in 2009 sometime after she quit her post as the company’s President and CEO. The company viewed her departure with suspicion. For starters, she made a base salary of $500,000 and had a total compensation of over $1 million. What’s more, she was required to give a 3-month notice before quitting, which she did not, reports Ad Age.

According to McCann Erickson, Senecal signed a contract detailing one-year non-solicitation, non-compete, and non-disclosure terms. The company also accused Senecal of breaching these terms by recruiting its employees and luring away some of its clients during her capacity as CEO of Kirshenbaum Bond Senecal & Partners (KBS).

McCann Erickson accused Lori Senecal of recruiting its chief of brand growth and innovation David Jenkins. She is also accused of luring away two of the company’s top executives: chief technology strategist Faris Yakob and chief growth officer Matt Weis. Other employees who deceivingly quit McCann Erickson under Lori Senecal’s behest are Amy Hefti and Kathleen Kehoe.

Lori Senecal was also accused of stealing McCann Erickson’s long-time client Weight watchers in addition to other agencies. She is accused to have used her capacity as the company’s CEO and President to lure Weight Watchers away. In fact, McCann Erickson alleged that she introduced its clients to KBS and MDC while she was still working for it.

McCann Erickson also accused Senecal of revealing its business models and ideas to KBS and MDC. It goes further to allege that some of those business models were developed in conjunction with KBS while Lori was still working for the former.

A Fierce Defense

KBS and MDC were fierce in defending themselves against McCann Erickson’s accusations. Lori Senecal, however, chose to remain silent about the controversy throughout much of the hearing. However, McCann Erickson was persistent in its lawsuit.

KBS and MDC had refused to a settlement offer by McCann Erickson at first. However, the latter company eventually had its way and the former two companies were compelled to desist from hiring the said employees or soliciting McCann Erickson’s clients.


Consumers spend millions on internet access every year. Living in a connected world has created a very profitable business, with companies capitalizing on the consumers’ need to stay connected for personal and business use. One company is shattering the costly-internet glass ceiling, however. FreedomPop has been breaking all the internet and mobile rules for five years now.



While FreedomPop may not be the service provider for everyone, the company does offer completely free and extremely cost-efficient options that can suit numerous budgets and needs. Being a customer of FreedomPop means you have access to multiple mobile and internet options.



Their free cell phone service is the company’s biggest claim to fame. This plan is absolutely, no-fine-print, free. It gives customers 500MB of 4G data, unlimited texting, and 200 voice minutes per month. Even though sending and receiving messages will eat up the data on the plan, FreedomPop does not force customers to sign contracts, does not charge random end-of-the-month fees, and does not charge a cancellation fee. FreedomPop uses the Sprint network for their service. This plan’s data is relatively low and is intended for those who are light data users.



For those who go over the data allotment, FreedomPop will charge for extra data. When you get to the last 100MB of data on the plan, the company will automatically charge $10 to your account to “top up.” Customers always have the option to opt out of the “top up.” This free service is also only free for a year. After the year is up, the plan is still only $10.00 per month, still an extremely affordable option.



For customers who will eat up that 500MB in no time, there are also paid cell phone and internet options. For $5 per month, customers can get hooked up to over 10 million Wi-Fi hotspots all over the country to access the internet. This is not a great option for those who live in rural options, but ideal for those in urban regions. For only $10.99 per month, customers can receive 500MB of data, in addition to unlimited talk and text. This plan also gives you the choice of using data over the mobile network or through Wi-Fi. The automatic “top up” also applies to this plan.



For $20 per month, customers can gain access to FreedomPop’s “Unlimited Everything” plan, their most popular plan. This plan includes unlimited data, talk, and text. However, if the data consumed goes over 1GB, the data speed will drop from 4G to 3G. FreedomPop even offers internet-only plans that are also economically friendly. You can receive 500MB for free that only uses 4G, 500MB for $3.99 per month that uses both 4G and 3G, and 2GB for $19.99 per month that uses both 4G and 3G.