Insert Appoints Nathan Golan to Lead Global Sales

Golan to Reunite with CEO Shahar Kaminitz Last Worked Together at Worklight (now IBM MobileFirst)   Insert, a service for mobile marketers and product managers currently operating in private-beta, today announced that Nathan Golan has joined its management team as VP Worldwide Sales to lead sales and business development for the company. Golan will report directly to CEO Shahar Kaminitz with whom he previously worked at Worklight, which was acquired by IBM to become MobileFirst Platform.   “Nathan brings to Insert a unique combination of driven sales leadership and strategic vision exemplified by an impressive record of success, having introduced advanced mobile technologies at Fortune 500 companies,” said Shahar Kaminitz, Insert CEO. “I am delighted to be once again working with Nathan and very pleased that he has joined the company at such a pivotal time – as we are ready to launch our product to the global market.”   A seasoned executive with over 25 years of experience in enterprise software and mobile technology, Golan will manage and grow the company’s sales and drive adoption of the soon to launch Insert platform in a range of vertical markets.   “I am happy to join Insert, one of the most[…]






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New Scholarship From The Meehl Foundation Helps Those With Depression, Anxiety, and Bipolar Disorders

  A new $10,000.00 program scholarship from the Meehl Foundation will help those with Depression, Anxiety, Bipolar Disorder, PTSD and Borderline Personality Disorder  take advantage of a premier residential treatment center and program. Hosted at the Meehl House in Brazoria, Texas, treatment costs are $18,800 monthly. Scholarship recipients will therefore experience a full three months (90 days) of professional treatment and group therapy at a  discount. The Meehl Foundation specializes in the treatment of borderline, bipolar, major depression, anxiety, PTSD, and substance abuse disorders.  “People with mental illnesses like borderline personality disorder cannot get healthy without professional support,” explains Debra Meehl, co-creator of the Meehl Foundation. “Our mission is to give people a brighter outlook through Dialectical Behavioral Therapy and DBT skills training and the best therapeutic modalities available.” Each resident of the Meehl House receives an individualized mental illness treatment plan aimed at restoring emotional stability and boosting self-esteem and self-efficacy. Other components of the residential program include nutrition and fitness counseling, art therapy, psychological testing and vocational skills training. The Meehl Foundation accepts only five residents at a time to its 90-day program. Each day consists of 4 to 5 hours per day of therapy sessions. These sessions include Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy,[…]






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Psychic Medium Victoria Ackerman Celebrates Five-Year Anniversary As Founder of The Spirit University

Have you ever had a spiritual experience that you just couldn’t understand?  Millions of people have—and I assure you, it is not easy to find meaningful answers for the questions that ensue. But when you do find them, life becomes more joyful, and rich with possibilities.   The term “psychic” describes someone who is able to perceive things beyond the realm of the five senses. While many people tentatively acknowledge this ability, they are naturally guarded and suspicious (on some level) about whether it really exists. And that concern is understandable.   In 2006, Victoria Ackerman found her own world profoundly changed when she had a near-death experience. In the aftermath of that incident, she found that her psychic and mediumistic abilities had been awakened; she felt strongly connected to the other side. Her personal transformation allowed her to realize that everyone has the ability to become more attuned to the divine. The experience inspired her to found The Spirit University so that others could learn to connect with their own divine potential and explore their spiritual abilities.   Today Ackerman is celebrating her fifth anniversary as founder of The Spirit University, in Sarasota, FL—an organization that aims to preserve the[…]






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How To Stop Drinking Alcohol Programme Now Available As A Free Trail

A How To Stop Drinking Alcohol expert has today announced she is offering a free trial of her world famous online programme. Georgia Foster invented the seven-day programme, which has been featured around the world on TV and in the media. The online programme is aimed at helping people to cut down on their alcohol drinking within seven days and due to its success, it has become one of the most recommended ways to reduce drinking. Georgia Foster has decided to offer the first day of her programme as a free trial to show people how powerful it is. The programme, which works from day one will allow people to see how they can really stop drinking alcohol so much and lead a healthier lifestyle. Since being launched, the programme has helped thousands of people around the world to reduce the amount of alcohol they drink each week. Many people who have tried the programme have said they were surprised at how much money they saved by cutting down the amount of alcohol they drank. However, it is not just about the amount of money people can save. By reducing the amount of alcohol people drink, they can become healthier[…]






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