There are many people out there that are doing work behind the curtain and Clay Hutson is one of them. Clay may not be a high profile celebrity himself, but he has worked with hundreds of different celebrities and rock stars over the years as he is one of the best stage managers currently in the business. Not only is Clay a stage manager, but he also has his own successful business where he incorporates all his skills, including sound engineering. Clay Hutson has more than a decade of industry experience, making him the go-to man for entertainment services and production.
Most of what Clay Hutson does it acting as a production manager, setting up the stage for live performances and what not. On a regular basis, Clay is working to plan out each day so that audiences are blown away by the performances he sets up. Unfortunately for Clay, most of his work goes unnoticed as people are more focused on the sound and live performers, but it is Clay that truly puts things together and makes a performance great. Since Clay is living the life he always wanted, he is never worried about getting credit and instead is focused on continuing to do great work. In the past, Clay has set up stages for dozens of famous rock stars, such as Kid Rock.
Clay has been working as a stage manager since he was young, always looking to get into the live scene and work with clients to dazzle audiences. While Clay is great at what he does, he often goes uncredited for his work, since he is not the one on stage that people see. In reality, rock stars and celebrities are able to have such great performances because of men and women like Clay that go above and beyond to plan good events. Clay is a people person and has always been a go-getter when it comes to his work, which is what has made him a successful entrepreneur today.
Dallas based Stream Energy has recently had an article written about them on Patch.com showing the new Philanthropy foundation Stream Cares and what it is involved with. Stream Care is Stream Energy way of giving back to the community.
Stream And How Stream Care Started
During Hurricane Harvey when so many people homes were destroyed Stream Energy used their OWN money to try and help those in need. They used their own money to try and help those who needed it. In fact they were one of the first to help fund the recovery. As corporate giving is usually always put into the lime light whether it is good or bad it is different to see this sort of action. Stream Energy has provided an extensive history with Habitat for Humanity and Red Cross by creating a long term relationship with these donation companies. Making their ties to the community stronger.
How does stream pay for this? Stream provides a simple business model through direct selling to its customers and it pays its associates to build up a network of loyal clients. The company itself provides both residential and corporate services. Bringing in just that little bit more for the company. Through these sales they choose and support causes that they care deeply about. They than decided to create a separate area(Stream Care) just specifically to help the community.
Stream Care And Who They Help
Stream helps many parts of the community in need. They try to tackle the homelessness problem through a Hope Supply Co. Where they have provided the cost of 1,000 meals for homeless children of North Texas. Stream care provides money and supplies to this donation company to help those who need it. Home Supply Co., provides many different supplies needed for homeless children and for the past 4 years Stream Energy has helped provider those materials.
That’s not all either. With Operation Once in a Lifetime Stream also helps provide moral and financial help to the Dallas area veterans in need and their families along with it. Showing they care not only about the one in need but the families that surround them as well. Rather than just giving money Stream Care provided transportation for the veterans and their families to enjoy a delicious December meal at a Texas restaurant and showed how they personally care about the lives of everyone of those involved.
Stream Energy works with there community to provide what they can for those who need it the most. They are a considerate and well minded company that gives back daily with their own money that could just be used for them. Stream Care is just another way Stream gives back.
Yet he returned to the spotlight in February in an all-encompassing tweet storm that covered everything from bonds, bitcoins, infrastructure, and Elon Musk.
The plummeting stock market seemed to be the impetus behind the 21 hour discourse. After the stock market’s February fall, Pishevar tweeted a series of fifty points detailing his market predictions. As 2018’s gains were wiped out with the stock market’s fall, Pishevar posited that 2017’s gains will also be wiped out due to “rising interest rates, increasing credit account deficits and tax giveaways.” He went on to argue that the practice of quantitative easing may have helped reset markets but has been used too many times to be effective. “Quantitive Easing [sic] is only thing that has ever had long term predictable results out of their toolset. Don’t be fooled by it.”
Shervin Pishevar then turned to the future of the bitcoin (“Bitcoin will continue to crash but stabiliza at 2-5k range and begin a more stable rise over next 24 mos’s”) and the sad state of US infrastructure (“Meanwhile our infrastructure is in tatters, decrypt and decaying. Our government and companies are trapped in short term thinking.”). On a more positive note, Pishevar believes that crumbling infrastructure will create at least one positive result for Virgin Hyperloop, of which Shervin Pishevar is co-founder: “Moonshot like SpaceX + Virgin Hyperloop One rise but they suffer derision until teams will it to reality. Exceptions to rule.”
The ideas Pishevar expressed on Twitter do not represent new ideas. He has expressed them all before. Still, they are still worth consideration. Shervin Pishevar’s 2008 prediction regarding Facebook’s eventual identity crisis proves his canny ability to predict the future. Somewhere within his 50 tweets is sure to be much more than just a grain of truth.