22 Aug
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Simone Biles Makes History Again, as USA Gymnastics Fumbles.

Olympic champion Simone Biles made history with a sweep of wins at the U.S. national gymnastics championships competition on Sunday, but all eyes were also trained on the bright teal leotard she chose for the occasion. Teal is the color designated for survivors of sexual assault, a community in which Biles counts herself, along with hundreds of others in the […]

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16 Aug
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7 Mental Hacks to Be More Confident in Yourself.

Confidence is the cornerstone of leadership. If you don’t believe in yourself, how can others believe in you? Here are seven ways mental hacks you can use to be more confident in yourself: 1. Push through self-limiting beliefs. As children we think we can conquer the world, but somewhere between childhood and adulthood, our enthusiasm and […]

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21 Jun
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Breshna Musazai Gets Standing Ovation As She Graduates With Honors

Breshna Musazai, also known as Afghanistan’s Malala, earned her diploma after surviving a Taliban attack. When “Afghanistan’s Malala” walked painfully to the stage with the aid of a walker to collect her college diploma last month at the American University in Kabul, the entire audience gave her a standing ovation. Breshna Musazai, 28, completed her […]

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07 Jun
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Women in Leadership: Characteristics That Made Them Successful

Great leaders come in all forms, but most employees can agree that organization, decisiveness, and honesty are key factors in determining what makes a capable leader. These are the same characteristics that make women in leadership roles successful.  For female leaders in particular, there’s an even deeper layer of skill required to guide a workforce […]

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