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When you hear someone mention classic film, do you automatically think ‘boooring’?   Well, that's what I used to think, until I found myself sobbing through Now, Voyager (1942) and...
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Sarah Ripoli was only six years old when her mother was tragically murdered. As Sarah was downstairs in her childhood home, her mother Brenda was upstairs, shot and killed—by Sarah’s father. Sarah courageously shared her story in her fashion blog, The Scoop By Sarah Rip and spoke candidly about her experiences and life after her mother’s death. She understands the...
In today’s $10 billion per year industry of self-help and prescribed inspiration, it’s evident that aspiring entrepreneurs are hungry for books, podcasts, seminars, webinars and workshops that offer simple success formulas for wealth, health and happiness. TED Talks, for example, with more than two thousand online presentations by charismatic subject matter experts, dole out bite-sized chunks of educational content – everything from business and...