Cut Out the Coffee Shop Prices and Enjoy Organo Gold Anytime

It is an inarguable fact that coffee shops have exponentially experienced a surge in popularity over the past two decades. Seattle leads the forefront of this coffee drinking revolution. Coffee is no longer simply just decaffeinated or regular at a local donut shop. The java revolution has produced hand crafted creations such as lattes, cappuccinos, frappes and espresso drinks.

Any time you are feeling the need for some coffee you can frequent your local java joint and order a double shot of your caffeinated sanctuary in a cup. These delicious concoctions come with some hefty price tags at some establishments. You can purchase a specialty drink for anywhere from $3 to $8 dollars. If you calculate in expense on a weekly basis you might be astounded to realize your daily dose of deliciousness is costing you about $25-$50 weekly.

You may argue that coffee has so many health benefits that you are doing something beneficial for your body and your mind. What if you could make a healthy coffee beverage at home or on the go that would also establish long lasting results for your well-being? Organo Gold coffee products are easy to make drinks that are manufactured in single serve portions. These packets can be served hot or iced and are made from some of the healthiest mushrooms on Earth. Yes, you heard that right, mushrooms. The ganoderma mushrooms have been proven to boost the immune system, fight of free radicals and promote healthy digestive and circulatory systems. Organo Gold also makes tea and cocoa drinks and they can be purchased online or through an Organo Gold representative. When you incorporate Organo Gold coffee into your daily drink routine you will begin to feel more focused and alert throughout your daily activities. Organo Gold has been sweeping the coffee shop revolution by storm and the coffee drinks are just as enjoyable as your favorite neighborhood shop.


The 1930s “AristoFreak” House Of Alex Pall

Alex Pall and Andrew “Drew” Taggart make up the Chainsmokers, a DJ/Producing duo that has been making waves in the music industry for a few years now. Pall was in New York and looking for someone to partner up with for the Chainsmokers. Pall and Taggart were both museum employees at one point, and consequently both knew Adam Alpert, a DJ-loving museum employee himself. Alpert thought the two would mesh well and introduced them in 2012.

Pall and Taggart got along famously from the first, and they both quit their day jobs to give music their full-time attention. Taggart moved from Maine to New York and they practiced in their apartments together for over a year and a half.

Once they felt they were where they needed to be to go public, they began releasing songs and playing shows wherever they could, and pretty much haven’t stopped doing so to this day. They have released charting EPs, a #1 album and more singles than I can actually keep track of, but still keep to the same philosophy that they are musicians making music, so that’s what they do.

Their most recent release is the single “Side Effects”, a self-described “summer banger” that Pall and Taggart wrote and recorded with close friend and frequent collaborator Emily Warren, who the Chainsmokers describe as “one of their favorite people.”

The duo enjoy the opportunity to collaborate with people they get along with, allowing them the opportunity to write music for and with a variety of other musicians. As often as they can the Chainsmokers bring their collaborators to their live shows to perform with them.

Another thing the Chainsmokers have done with their live shows is to bring in traditional instruments to the show, giving the crowd a live performance that is unique each night. They especially seem to love having a live drummer on stage with them.

Taggart has stepped out from behind the DJ table to record, and perform the vocals live for, several of their songs, something most DJs and producers don’t do. They play across North America.

Tim Duncan of Talos Energy

Tim Duncan is the chief executive officer of Talos Energy, an oil and natural gas production company. In 2017, Tim was deep in negotiations to obtain the public, yet failing company, Stone Energy. During this time, Hurricane Harvey began wreaking havoc on the city of Houston and as the flood waters rose, so did the tension.

He knew that he could not allow the flood to be an excuse to fail, so he toted his family to a FEMA rescue boat in waist-high waters, and headed for his parents home in a high and dry place in the city. It was from his mother’s dining room table that Tim would continue to negotiate the $2.5 billion mergers with Stone Energy, and ultimately, it was also where he would find success. Because of Stone Energy coming with a public status, Tim Duncan was able to flip Talos Energy into a public entity as well without causing the public any money.

Saving funds was especially crucial for the people of Houston during such a difficult time. Though it might seem like a risky move for Duncan to obtain a company that floundered and inevitably failed, he was never one to shy away from a challenge. With the two combining, the new company is now producing roughly 48,000 barrels of natural gas a day, and they anticipate far more significant numbers in the future.

Stone Energy may have come with a staggering debt of $700 million, but they also boast a massive $2.3 billion in assets. Coming out on top is nothing new to Tim Duncan, for years the thriving businessman has lingered around failing oil production companies just waiting for them to sell their shares for cents on the dollar.

Once he obtains one of these, he drills new wells and exploits the area to turn a profit. Shareholders can find comfort in Mr. Duncan’s wild tactics by looking at the successful moves he has taken in the past. Now that he owns the majority of oil fields in the deep waters of the Gulf of Mexico and along the Gulf Coast, Tim is sure to lead Talos Energy to the top of the market!