The competition in just about every sector has been increasing at a rapid pace and to top it off, the economic recession and uncertainty have added to the problems of the entrepreneurs and the start-ups. The new companies that are forming are finding it difficult to meet all the hurdles that are coming their way, legal as well as financial. The new companies that are forming do not only face economic challenges but are roughing it through the difficulties of sluggish financial markets world over. However, one of the top financial experts, William Saito from Japan, believes that it is during such times that the start-ups can thrive.
William Saito is one of the well-known authorities in the field of cybersecurity and was named the entrepreneur of the year by Nasdaq, USA Today, and even Ernst and Young in the year 1998. William Saito is also the financial advisor to the Prime of Japan. Before working for the government of Japan, William Saito used to serve the position of Vice Chairman at the Palo Alto Networks Japan. William Saito is also the Foundation Board Member for WEF or the World Economic Forum. He also advises many of the world’s government on economic matters and has been running companies successfully himself for a long time. The first company that William Saito established was when he was in school. William Saito is excellent at programming, and his life journey is explained in the book he wrote, named An Unprogrammed Life: Adventures of an Incurable Entrepreneur, which was published by John Wiley and Sons in 2011.
William Saito says that the growth of start-ups in the west is primarily due to the culture of taking failures as a stepping stone, whereas in the east the failure is not accepted positively. William Saito believes that the entrepreneurs would have to be more open to the changes in the economy and how they deal in the business, learning from the entrepreneurial culture in the west. It would help them take on challenges with an open mind, and even if they fail, not giving up would be the first thought that would come to mind. William Saito has achieved a lot during his professional career and advises many private companies on the importance of cybersecurity. He believes that modern companies should have their data secured through many different layers of cyber security to make it impenetrable and encrypted beyond vulnerability.
“Some people are going to get this book and some people are… not going to get this book.” The author, the noted actor Sean Penn said about his first novel. “Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff,” is satire, so a sense of humor is required.
The main character, Bob Honey, is a baby boomer who’s both befuddled and angry at the current state of the world, particularly the current occupant of the White House. In the novel, the POTUS is referred to as the landlord. The character is a disguised version of Donald Trump. “The violently immature seventy-year-old boy-man with money and French vanilla cotton candy hair.” hardly brings to mind anyone else.
The protagonist of “Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff” is an assassin who kills the elderly with a mallet. He does this for a cartel of globalists who believe the senior generation stands in the way of progress. For most of the book though, he complains about the world surrounding him. Nothing is safe from his ire, including the #metoo movement, the crisis in Puerto Rico, and North Korea. He touches on the loss of humour in the current era of political correctness and reminisces about the war in Iraq. To say it’s an irreverent book is putting it mildly.
What makes “Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff” fascinating is its style, a throwback to the Beats, and other fantastic writers like Thomas Pynchon and Hunter S. Thompson. “Bob Honey,” is a trippy book. Often serving up serious truths disguised as bizarre humor, it’s easier to speak uncomfortable facts when they’re cloaked in comedic language. The bitter pill, taken with a swig of sugary kool-aid.
Sean Penn’s first novel is a not-so-subtle swipe at popular culture. It’s uncomfortable reading that will offend many people, but that was the point. The author realizes we live in uncomfortable times and has penned a story worthy of the current headlines fed us by cable news networks around the clock.
Michael Zomber is a leading historian of both Civil War era weapons and the samurai era of Japan. Over the course of his career, Michael has learned about the various firearms used during the Civil War era. He has also gathered a lot of knowledge about the culture, lifestyle, philosophy and weapons of the samurai era of Japan. As a result of gathering all of this knowledge, Zomber has appeared on the History Channel to talk about some of this knowledge in more detail. Along with making television appearances, Michael has written a number of novels about these two distinct eras in history. Therefore, he has had a very long and fulfilling career studying and writing about these eras. Along with being an author and historian, Michael has run a film production company as well as being an activist for peace.
One of the most notable things that Michael Zomber has done in his career is make appearances on television stations such as the History Channel. On this station, Michael frequently talks about his knowledge and passion of antique arms from the American Civil War. He often discusses the various guns that were used during the conflict and their significance. Michael provides in depth knowledge of how the guns work, how they function and what battles they were often used in. Zomber also talks about how effective the guns were when used in key battles. His knowledge of antique arms spans over forty years and therefore, Michael is one of the most knowledgeable people when it comes to weapons form the American Civil War era.
During his career, Michael Zomber has written a number of novels. As a result, he has established a track record of telling some intriguing stories about the Civil War and samurai era of Japan. These novels tell readers about the social and cultural issues that were very significant during the time periods. Zomber’s novels about the Civil War talk about slavery and coping with life after the war. His novels about the Japanese samurai era give readers an in depth perspective about how the samurai lived and the personal challenges they faced on a regular basis. The novels also talk about how some religions relate to the philosophy of the samurai as well.