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The 4 Areas of Progress 4 Years after the Rana Plaza Factory Collapse
3 days ago

The 4 Areas of Progress 4 Years after the Rana Plaza Factory Collapse

It has been four years since the Rana Plaza Factory collapsed in Dhaka, Bangladesh, killing 1,134 people and injuring over 2,500 in one day. The world watched in horror as …
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Living Intentionally Creates Freedom Like You’ve Never Imagined
7 days ago

Living Intentionally Creates Freedom Like You’ve Never Imagined

At this time in history, more people are sleepwalking their way through life than ever before. There’s no denying that.

It’s easy to simply “go with the flow,” follow the …
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One of the Best Reasons to Unplug
2 weeks ago

One of the Best Reasons to Unplug

By  •  Life, Culture

Twenty years ago, my parents were in college just getting their first email addresses. Today, my elementary school brother has not one, but two email addresses to meet whatever …
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7 Simple Steps to Start a Life of Volunteerism
2 weeks ago

7 Simple Steps to Start a Life of Volunteerism

You know you want to volunteer. You have for some time. The last time you volunteered, you cleaned the beach with your coworkers, but it just didn’t light a fire …
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Go After Your Dream Boldly
3 weeks ago

Go After Your Dream Boldly

I bet when you considered starting your dream that your heart skipped a beat or you took a giant gulp in anticipation of everything that goes along with commencing …
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Building “Talent Communities” Around The Globe
3 weeks ago

Building “Talent Communities” Around The Globe

Satyen Choksh speaks passionately when asked about working conditions in India and other developing nations. Being an Indian-American entrepreneur and small business owner himself, Satyen is a fervent advocate for …
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Central American Youth Leading the Way in Sustainability
4 weeks ago

Central American Youth Leading the Way in Sustainability

Crime, gang violence, and narco-trafficking are well-known as being among the primary forces motivating Central American youth to risk everything to travel to the southern border of the United States. …
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Leadership Lessons From Kenya
4 weeks ago

Leadership Lessons From Kenya

A few weeks ago I was asked to speak to a group of first-year students at Georgia Tech about leadership. I wanted the talk to resonate with them, but as …
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