Jason Hope is a businessman, futurist, philanthropist and a tech investor who hails from Scottsdale Arizona and has a passion for technology and giving back to the society.
Hope went to Arizona State University where he pursued a Bachelors Degree in finance. Jason furthered his education by attending W.P. Carey School of Business and was awarded an MBA. At the beginning of his career, Hope created a mobile communications company and make money through a portfolio of technology companies. Hope investments include companies that provide Marketing Services such as the search engine optimization, computer and business information systems, Digital Media Solutions and Interactive Software.
Jason being a futurist and a person who is passionate about technology understands technology and uses his skills and knowledge to monitor the industry and make predictions on future of technology. Hope based on the current trends believes that the future of technology is in the power of the internet of things commonly referred to as IoT. This is so because in today’s society devices are becoming interconnected. Hope advice and insights in technology are quite significant to businesses and people who wish to make investments in technology in future. According to Hope, the internet of things is already becoming Viable, and it will not be long before every home in the developing world become independent of IoT connected devices. Today the internet of things has already started to revolutionize technology, and there are IoT devices that can monitor and adjust lighting and room temperature using sensors and monitor biometrics and fitness.
As a philanthropist, Hope has pledged Half a million dollars to go to SENS Foundation. The donation is meant to help the foundation in biotechnological research and fight age related diseases. Hope says that he is more passionate about helping furthering research on anti aging through the use of preventive measures. SENS Foundation impressed him, and from the very beginning, Hope knew that it was the organization that he would like to get involved in his charitable work. The SENS Foundation employs the use of advanced technology to reverse and prevent heart diseases, lung cancer, Alzheimer and respiratory illnesses.
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In this podcast, Josh Verne explains to individuals how they should get out of their way and succeed in life and business. The aim is to empower men to live better lives. There are some favorite quotes which explain the journey of success such as “vision is the art of seeing what is invisible to others.” The keys to success include being a leader and not a boss, win-win situations, speaking less and hearing more, having a balanced life, and discovering your passion. Managers who want to earn respect do what they are interested in and use their title to accomplish their goals. Leaders often gain respect from the way they guide their people.
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About Josh Verne
Josh Verne is an entrepreneur with more than 20 years of experience in initiating, developing, and selling businesses. He is now the CEO of Flocku.com. In 2012, Josh Verne founded Workpays.me in collaboration with Jon Dorfman and Paul Dumas. There is no percentage of financing that is offered via payments by the company. These fees can be submitted in an installment of over two, four, eight or 12 months.
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