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Joshu Osmanski – Why Consultants Need to Be Like Doctors

Joshu Osmanski is an experienced real estate consultant with a military background. People new to consulting are usually very excited when they get their first clients and do not put enough thought into what and how they can do to … Continue reading

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Joshu Osmanski – How To Stand On A Surfboard

When he is not busy with his work as a real estate investor and with his studies in Biochemistry, Joshu Osmanski likes to maintain his physical fitness levels by surfing regularly. This is a sport that requires an enormous amount … Continue reading

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Joshu Osmanski – The Personality Traits That Naval Pilots Must Have

Between 2009 and 2014, Joshu Osmanski served as a naval pilot as a member of the United States Navy, taking part in Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Southern Watch in the process. To find success in this type of career, … Continue reading

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Joshu Osmanski – Advice For New Naval Recruits

After graduating from Bridgewater State University with his Bachelors degree in Aerospace Engineering, Joshu Osmanski immediately joined the United States Navy, serving between 2009 and 2014. New naval recruits face a lot of different challenges, particularly during training, so they … Continue reading

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Joshu Osmanski – What You Should Know About Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurs are innovative professionals. Joshu Osmanski spent five years in the United States Navy. Now he works to discover opportunities as an entrepreneur. He works as a real estate investor as well as a business consultant while he studies biochemistry … Continue reading

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Joshu Osmanski – Three Reasons to Become a Real Estate Investor

Real estate investment is a large industry that can offer a number of opportunities. Joshu Osmanski began his career in the United States Navy. He was a commissioned officer as well as a Naval Aviator. He learned self-discipline and he … Continue reading

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