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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,...

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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 dreaming of playing the Bette Davis role while taking a "pleasure cruise" in a variety of fabulous hats with Paul Henreid (who also stars...
If I had a time capsule when I was a kid, it would have contained roller skates, Chuck-e-Cheese tokens, my Swatch Watch, my New Kids on the Block t-shirt, a mixed tape of Whitney Houston’s greatest hits, and a scrunchie...and I’m super bummed I don’t have one to open. But my kids can, and so can yours!