Graham Edwards: Powerful, Generous CEO to Telereal Trillium

Graham Edwards holds the distinguished position of CEO of Telereal Trillium, the largest privately held property business in the United Kingdom. He gained this position in 2001 with Telereal prior to the merger of 2009 when two major players in the industry (Telereal and Trillium) came together. His educational background includes graduation from both King’s College London and the University of Cambridge. Before landing his current position at Telereal Trillium, Graham Edwards held positions at Merrill Lynch, and the BT Group Plc’s property department, as well as holding the position of Chief Investment Officer at Talisman Global Asset Management (En.wikipedia).

The story of growth and evolution for this noteworthy merger started as an approach from CEO of Telereal at the time, Graham Edwards, to chief executive of Trillium, Ian Ellis. Graham Edwards personally led the acquisition of Trillium and fashioned a substantial amount of weight in the property market. Graham Edwards transitioned into the position of CEO over Telereal Trillium and Ian Ellis currently holds the position of non-executive director in the partnership. This is not the only significant growth that Graham Edwards has overseen. In 2007 he deftly oversaw the deal by Telereal to purchase property held by the Royal Bank of Scotland. The transaction involved a sale and lease-back transaction and in due course resulted in the purchase of a very significant property deal.

The company’s philanthropic efforts are well acknowledged. Graham Edwards is proud to oversee the Donation Matching Scheme of the company which has supported 103 unique UK registered charities. The company program enables employees to monetarily support the charitable organization of their choice with company matching up to a capped amount. Edwards reports that assessments of company employees express that the vast majority feel a great sense of pride and accomplishment related to the work done by Telereal Trillium.

 

Dr. Johanan Rand, MD Focuses on Healthy Aging With BHRT

Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT) is much better known and understood these days, but still not used as much as the ubiquitous synthetic hormone replacement (HRT) for decreased estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone. Dr. Johanan Rand, of the Healthy Aging Medical Centers, based in West Orange, New Jersey, is a leader in the field of bioidentical hormone replacement and is working hard to change that through education (Northnewjerseyhcg).

In women’s healthcare, Peri-Menopause and Menopause are significant because the decrease in Estrogen and Progesterone lead to hormonal imbalance, making the body vulnerable to various diseases. These include heart disease, osteoporosis, depression, breast cancer, and uterine cancer. Dr. Johanan Rand has reviewed worldwide studies which prove that when estrogen and progesterone are in balance, women are protected from many diseases associated with aging. Post-menopausal women who follow the protocol of Dr. Johanan Rand in using bioidentical hormone replacement therapy feel better and remain healthier far longer than their counterparts who don’t use BHRT (https://thenewsversion.com/2018/03/dr-dov-rand-rare-therapies/). Evidently, we age because our hormones decline rather than our hormones declining because of our chronological age.

As Dr. Johanan Rand teaches his patients, our bodies don’t recognize synthetic hormones, and thus the prevention of the previously mentioned diseases, as well as loss of skin tone, sagging breasts, and loss of libido is not in evidence, as is the case with bio-identical hormones. Additionally, bio-identical hormones don’t produce the side effects associated with the synthetic ones — side effects such as blood clots, heart attacks and strokes, depression, bloating, and breast tenderness.

After thorough evaluation of blood work and consultation with the patient, Dr. Johanan Rand customizes a program for each patient, replacing/balancing all hormone levels to their optimum with BHRT, restoring the energy and well-being enjoyed in earlier years and aiding in the prevention of diseases. Dr. Johanan Rand also customizes nutrition and supplement programs, as well as effective fitness routines, where needed.

Dr. Johanan Rand doesn’t discriminate at his facility, and treats men with BHRT to address the decrease in testosterone along with an increase in estrogen, which is linked to hypertension, obesity and increased risk of heart disease.

 

Dr. Jorge Moll Provides Great Insight into Past Study

One of the biggest focuses that any religious organization has is that it should focus on giving back to the community whenever it can. While it is always a good thing to do good for others, the religious communities also believe that it can be very beneficial for the givers as it can help them to feel great. While this has been a long-standing belief for those with religious faith, it also may now be confirmed by science.

During a study completed by Jorge Moll and a variety of other doctor and scientists, it would concluded that doing good for others has an impact on the brain as well. During a long study, Dr. Jorge Moll concluded that there is evidence that the brain reacts in a certain way when someone does a good deed for other people. The selfless deed with then cause some form of chemical reaction in the brain that can help to make someone happier.

This was not the first time that Dr. Moll’s study has come to this same conclusion. During a study completed a few years ago by scientists in California, it was concluded that there is a certain area of the brain that impacts how the body and emotions feel after giving to the community or the needy. This study focused on individuals that had a certain brain injury. It was determined that those that were injured in certain areas of the brain were less likely to feel remorse and guilt or feel happy when giving to other people.

While the science and religious communities may not always agree on the best approach to life and often have contradicting opinions on matters, it appears that they are in agreement on this subject (Interview). Both sides have come to the conclusion that doing good for other people will make them feel better.

Why Daniel Taub’s Rise To The Top Of The Diplomatic World Was A Steady One

Having a positive attitude plays a very big role in helping people achieve great things in life. When coupled with mental energy, positive attitude can take someone to places never imagined. In the diplomatic world, one is never really sure of what to expect the next minute and for that specific reason, one needs preparedness and being alert at all times.

Daniel Taub has been for a couple of years involved in deep diplomatic matters of the Israeli nation. He has served as diplomat and public servant in different capacities. Therefore, he has a very good experience when matters involved with solving different issues are concerned.

Daniel was born in the United Kingdom and went to school in the same country up to university level and graduated with a law degree. He was at that young age a very outgoing individual and thought that Israel was in a much better stage when matters compared to offering him with a more interesting and intriguing career were concerned.

He went to Israel and when in the search for a job, got one as a field medical officer in the combat department of the country’s army. As much as the job description was fairly new to him, he was expected to perform and he did not disappoint.

In the same capacity as a medic, he was lucky to get a job as a junior legal officer in the army owing to his credentials in law. On this one, he was effortlessly good and within no time, he was offered another even better job as the head speechwriter in the country’s army. Read more: Daniel Taub | Ideamench

Daniel never ceased to amaze his employers with his precision to details and hard work. While working at the president’s office, he was approached by the Foreign Ministry with a legal officer’s position offer and accepted it.

This would mark the beginning of his long and rather interesting career in the diplomatic world that has taken him to many places in different capacities. Learn more about Daniel Taub: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daniel_Taub and http://about.me/dtaub

In the year 2011, he was offered with an offer to become the Israel’s ambassador to the United Kingdom and gladly accepted it.

In this new role, he was responsible for making sure that both countries improved on their ties and that on the international front and especially on the West, Israel was perceived as a better partner in matters international relations and business. Daniel Taub is also an acclaimed author and distinguished public speaker.