“Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff” and a dark take on American politics

This March, Sean Penn released his new book “Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff” and he sat down with Trevor Noah and Vogue Magazine to discuss the book. Penn told Noah that the book basically wants to look at the “dark side of human nature” in which humans can easily find an interesting fascination to fascism. In the interviews, Penn talks about his anger towards certain American policies and this seems to reflect in the book. The main character is Bob Honey, an angry American, who has a side job of killing older Americans with a hatchet. He feels that the people he kills are standing in the way of progress and change.

Penn told Vogue that the books draws parallels to the #METOO movement, and this seems clear when the reader sees Bob witness current events. For example, Bob talks of seeing the 2016 Presidential election, and later on in the book he even writes an angry letter to the elected president of the U.S., telling him that he is not fit for public office. The similarities in this part are clear. Penn tells Noah that the book is meant to talk about peoples feeling of a need to serve their country and to help the country, even if their purpose or direction is misguided. This seems to be the reason as to why Bob is killing seniors, in the name of “progress.”

Aside from these issues in the book, Penn gives a background to reasons as to why he wrote the book. He talks about his anger towards president Trump’s actions and talk towards Haiti. He also brings up his close friendship with the late Hugo Chavez, and how he feels that democracy is not always the best in the world. He ends up by bringing up his interview with el Chapo and how he doesn’t support the war on drugs.

http://positivethefacts.com/2018/04/bob-honey-who-just-do-stuff-penn/

Louis Chênevert Talks Teamwork

Louis Chênevert retired from United Technologies Corporation in November of 2014. He started with the company in March 2006 as a director before becoming the CEO and President in April 2008 and then in January 2010 a chairman. Before becoming a director at UTC, he held the position of President at Pratt & Whitney from 1999 until March 2006. The 14 years prior to Pratt & Whitney were spent at General Motors where he held the position of Production General Manager at their St. Therese location.

Louis Chênevert received his bachelor’s degree at the Universite de Montreal in production management. Louis Chênevert has been an American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics fellow since being inducted in 2005. In 2011, the University of Montreal presented Louis Chênevert with an Honorary Doctorate. Recently, in 2017, he began serving the Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation as the Chairman.

Some of the reasons Louis Chênevert believes he has managed to achieve success as an entrepreneur are his ability to retain strong focus, his passion, optimism, and the fact that he has no problem spending as much time as he needs pushing his agenda in order to accomplish his goals. He also knows the importance of teamwork when it comes to achieving success and he makes sure to surround himself with winners and people who are as driven as himself. By making sure he is around people who want to succeed as well as making sure his teammates have whatever they need to accomplish their goals, he and his businesses are able to deliver on their promises to their customers.

While employed as a first line supervisor at a General Motors plant, he learned how important it was to listen to the people at the company. Louis Chênevert thinks that most people want to make a difference, but management won’t take the time to listen to their ideas. In order to obtain success, Louis Chênevert believes you must have a good team and know how to work together successfully.

http://www.utc.com/News/News-Center/Pages/Louis-Chenevert-becomes-the-eighth-Chairman-of-United-Technologies.aspx