Thursday, 30 November 2017

Joshu Osmanski: Former Pilot

Joshu Osmanski earned a degree in Aerospace Engineering from Bridge-water State University in Bridgewater, Massachusetts, near his native Boston.

Joshu Osmanski

Osmanski’s degree helped him earn an officer commission and serve as a pilot for five years. His success as a pilot helped him later in his career, when Joshu Osmanski started working as a business consultant and real estate investor in both New Orleans and Boston.

Joshu Osmanski

Joshu Osmanski has a reputation for helping clients in all industries.

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Wednesday, 22 November 2017

Joshu Osmanski: The Key to Being a Consultant

Joshu Osmanski is a real estate investor and business consultant living and working in both Boston and New Orleans. What sets Joshu Osmanski apart from his competitors is his abilities to fully understand client businesses and real estate projects not only in terms of dollars and cents, but in their potential for growth and improvement. 

Joshu Osmanski

While many investors look at their possible return on investments and little else, Osmanski looks beyond the numbers to get at the heart of an investment or business client. His ability to see what makes a business successful is what gives him an edge. 

Joshu Osmanski

Joshu Osmanski uses his experience on Wall Street and in investing in real estate to guide his business clients to the next step in their development. Osmanski says he “creates opportunities for growth, nothing more.” Osmanski is modest, saying that he can only show his clients the door, they have to walk through it, but his experience and skill has helped many businesses expand their product offerings and their bottom lines. 

Joshu Osmanski

Living in New Orleans and Boston, Joshu Osmanski splits his vacation and work time. 

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Thursday, 2 November 2017

Joshu Osmanski: How to be a Pilot in the US Navy

Joshu Osmanski was a fighter pilot in the United States Navy and a Naval officer for five years before he started his career in real estate investment. Joshu Osmanski trained hard to succeed in the Navy so he wouldn’t let his superiors or inferiors down in any way. 

He had people following him and looking to him for leadership, and he couldn’t fail them by not being trained or competent enough to do his job effectively. To be a pilot in the US Navy, you have to make it through an especially difficult selection process designed to push you to your physical, psychological, emotional, and intellectual limits. 

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Joshu Osmanski was commissioned an officer in the Navy in 2009 and left the military in 2014 to apply all that he had learned to a successful civilian life. One way that many people join the Navy as pilots is to enroll in the Naval Reserve Officer’s Training Corps, known as the ROTC. 

Members of the ROTC attend a civilian college while also training to be officers in the United States military. To become a pilot, however, all candidates must pass the Aviation Selection Test and have nearly perfect vision. The training involves classroom instruction and hours of hands-on education. 

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Joshu Osmanski developed his skills as a fighter pilot over the months of his training and his years in the Navy. When he left the military in 2014, he had already weathered many intense training programs and handled difficult situations of all kinds. He was ready to make a difference in his civilian life.