The Journey Back To Success Made Easy By Doug Levitt

As with people in any other situation, people who are struggling come in all types. While there are the complacent, there are those that are doing everything they can to make it back to where they are comfortable. There are too many cases where otherwise honest and hardworking individuals are stuck having to give up their way of life. In many cases, it is through no fault of their own. Instead, they have been victims of the actions of others. Then there are cases where things just work out in ways that are unexpected and unfavorable. Many of these people are left to start over.

Fortunately, they don’t have to make the journey all by themselves. There are people that are willing to help in any way that they can. Among these people is Doug Levitt. Doug is a singer and songwriter who has gotten himself involved in the lives of people that are struggling. He has a compassion that comes through in his creativity. He sings with such a passion that could only come from authentic feelings. While he has been really good as an entertainer, he has looked for ways to improve his craft and raise the consciousness of his audience.

Doug Levitt is willing to help people who are struggling. The interesting thing about helping the struggling is that some of them have a very small need. They just need to be heard and listen to in some cases. A lot of people are looking at different things they can do in order to bring themselves out of the mess they are in. Doug has managed to bring forth these stories of people that are keeping up the good fight. One thing that Doug’s book, The Greyhound Diaries is going to show is that there is humanity in the struggle.


Sanjay Shah’s Successful Ventures Captured in a Podcast

Host Eric Dye interviews Sanjay Shah via a podcast for Entrepreneurial Podcast Network’s Enterprise Radio giving advice to entrepreneurs all over the world. The radio program is geared towards entrepreneurs and their practice to invoke motivation and inspiration. Sanjay Shah has many years of experience in the entrepreneurial business as he has owned many companies throughout his career, and recommends that those who are trying to get their business started to no solely rely on themselves. They should hire others to help because they will ultimately get burnt out. There is only so much one person can do. Shah relays a load of advice on the listeners on how to become a successful business owner. He also talks about his motivation behind his charity called Autism Rocks which he launched in 2014. He has been an active philanthropist and successful business man for years, and continues to grow his expertise.

The London and Dubai areas know Shah as a successful business man who started an investment company called Solo Capital and is now running a successful charity called Autism Rocks. The inspiration behind Autism Rocks is most definitely aimed towards Shah’s youngest son who was diagnosed with autism at the very young age of two. Autism is fairly new to the world, but many more people are becoming diagnosed with the neurological condition and it’s affecting many people. Shah’s charity will help raise awareness by staging concerts performed by some of the most famous musicians around. Shah will decide how the donations are dispersed, but he has donated many funds to universities and their programs, as well as foudnations to help aid in the research and development. He wants to be able to help those people in need and help those better cope with the condition. Autism in children has increased by 30% since 2012, and Shah wants to find out why and what causes autism. Since there is no cure, the next best thing is to help find out what autism is all about and what he can do to help families and those in need. He understands that not everyone has the financial means that he has had, and wants to help. To learn more about Autism Rocks visit


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Solo Capital Founder Sanjay Shah Creates Autism Charity

Founder of hedge fund Solo Capital, Sanjay Shah has been personally affected by autism. His youngest and most beloved child, was diagnosed with the disease at a young age. Shah, seeing firsthand the effects of autism on children decided he wanted to make a difference and support research efforts aimed at treating autism. Living in Dubai, United Arab Emirates at the time, he donated generously to the children’s autism center in Dubai.

Seeing the plight of many children, afflicted with the same ailment that has youngest son Nikhil had, moved Sanjay Shah so much that donated several mini-buses to the autism center in Dubai so that others afflicted with the disease would receive the care and treatment they so badly needed. Unexpected things occurred to Sanjay Shah as well in Dubai that would help him create his very own autism charity called Autism Rocks. An unannounced visit by famous rap artist Snoop Dogg set up by one of Sanjay’s friends gave Sanjay an opportunity he had had long pondered about.

Snoop Dogg was very generous, humble and great with Sanjay’s kids. Mustering up enough courage, Sanjay Shah approached the idea of Snoop Dogg performing at a private concert set up by him in order to raise money for a charitable cause that would help autism research. Snoop Dogg agreed, and Sanjay Shah was well on his way to establishing his own charity called Autism Rocks, and raising money for autism awareness, treatment and research.

Shah, has had previous experience in setting up concerts since his college days when studying in England. He never imagined that he would end up creating concerts where world famous artists such as Snoop Dogg, Prince and Lenny Kravitz would be performing at stages and events set up by himself and his team. Thanks to Sanjay Shah’s creativity and generosity Autism Rocks has managed to raise large amounts of money for autism studies, research and treatment at the University of Cambridge in London, England. Shah has also created a Go Fund Me page for his charity Autism Rocks, where donors who cannot make it to one of his concerts can help contribute towards autism research efforts.

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Autistic Children More Likely to Have GI Problems


Gastrointestinal (GI) problems are much more likely to occur in autistic children according to a recent study report.Researchers at Columbia University discovered that young children with autism often suffer with chronic gastrointestinal issues, such as constipation.
The connection between increased incidences of GI problems and autism are not yet known, but the fact has been discovered and will continue to be researched. The published report on the subject details how a father of an autistic child discovered the connection himself when his son had strep throat and was placed on antibiotics. During the time his autistic son was taking the antibiotics, the father witnessed a dramatic and unexpected improvement in the child. The father set out to discover the answer as to why his child improved so dramatically when taking a common antibiotic.
According to AnastasiaDate, Gastrointestinal microbiota play a part in the increased rate of GI problems that autistic children have and the antibiotic given for strep throat had an impact on those microbiota. Further research may uncover the connection and help autistic children to have fewer instances of GI issues to deal with.

Small Autism Gene Twins Study Ignores Too Much

A recent study of 516 teenage twins by a Medical Research Council team at King’s College in London discovered that 181 had autism. After studying the identical twins who have autism, the researchers believe that 74 to 98 percent of all autism cases are genetic in origin.

Flávio Pentagna Guimarães BMG said the researchers have made it clear that they have not ruled out environmental influences on autism completely, but they believe that hundreds of genes might be involved in the development of the disorder. They also believe that the reason more cases of autism have cropped up over the last 20 years is because more people are now diagnosed accurately with autism when in the past they were inaccurately diagnosed as merely having “learning disabilities.”

Critics of the results point out that the researchers do in fact appear to be trying to make it seem like genes are the biggest influence on autism. They argue that the sample for the study was too small and, as a result, it does not accurately represent world populations or environmental influences. It also does not accurately represent twins who were raised in different environments, such as those who were adopted or fostered separately as children. Additionally, they point out that many previously existing studies have shown that environmental exposures to pollution and side effects of drugs and medicines can cause developmental and learning disabilities even if the exposure was in vitro.