With its beaches and its sought-after entertainment industry California represents for many people a kind of idealism that is central to the way that we understand our country. New York City is synonymous with the hustle that America is known for.
That part of our culture that is constantly moving, that trains its eye on a goal and that charges towards it aggressively has arguably been distilled down to its purest form there.
But if New York City is a symbol of the nation’s ability to hustle then California is a symbol its ability to dream. The state’s terrain which includes beaches, arid deserts and strange-looking trees can make visitors feel as though they are in another country if not in another world where things can move a bit more slowly and life seems to be a little bit more full.
Its no wonder then that the state and its large cities draw people who can lean towards being on the creative side of things.
Many professionals that come to work in the various industries that are located in the state are multidisciplinary, their skillsets often span a wide variety of industries and interests and their professional pursuits reflect this. Consider Bonar for instance.
He started his career working for the technology company IBM and then later transitioned into a professional life that involved entrepreneurship in the sectors of finance, business services and restaurants.
His restaurant pursuits have included being involved the Escondido-based restaurant known as Bellamy’s. According to Bloomberg, as a restaurateur Brian Bonar leveraged his appreciation for good cooking to draw the attention of the highly-respected chef Patrick Ponsaty. At Bonar’s behest Ponsaty lent his expertise as a Master Chef of France to Bellamy’s.
Ponsaty’s work as a chef at Bellamy’s led to the restaurant being named as having some of the best food in the San Diego area by San Diego Magazine. During Ponsaty’s time at the restaurant, Bellamy’s made its name for serving food that was a seamless marriage between the French culinary aesthetics that Ponsaty has mastered and the Californian staples that many people have come to love.
One of the examples of his culinary prowess includes devising a distinctive beet salad that was served with beet ice cream. In addition to working in San Diego’s culinary sector Bonar has also launched companies like Dalrada Financial Corporation that are involved in the business of providing crucial services to companies that need them.
Companies that are well-managed work to ensure that their employees are paid on time, have access to benefits and has insurance to protect their employees should they ever get hurt on the job.