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December, 2019

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September, 2019

  • 13 September

    #1 Piece of Advice: Just Keep Going

    Harriet Tubman, the American abolitionist and activist, said it before I did: “Don’t ever stop. Keep going.” Tubman was speaking to escaped slaves she was helping get to the North via the Underground Railroad. “If you want a taste of freedom, keep going,” she said. Tubman had escaped from slavery …

August, 2019

  • 26 August

    Everyone Wins with Workforce Equality

    Women in the Workforce

    Economy Poised to Skyrocket with Gender Equity By Sue Marceau The Labor Day holiday we salute with festivities marking the end of summer emerged from employee dissatisfaction with deplorable working conditions. The labor movement’s fight for laws protecting workers began long before the commemoration became a national holiday in1894.  Today’s …

  • 19 August

    Allow Yourself to Question and Revise Your Own Beliefs

    It’s inevitable that in your development as a human being, you will come to believe things you don’t currently believe. And you will stop believing things that you currently do believe. You will change your beliefs about yourself, your life, the world, other people, your relationships, your job and work, the universe — practically every aspect …

July, 2019

June, 2019