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AUDIO INTERVIEW: Former NBA Pro John Salmons on ‘Power of Pivot’

New York, N.Y. NBA fans will surely know the name John Salmons, who played opposite Derrick Rose for several seasons with the Chicago Bulls where he averaged 18 points a game. Salmons also played with the 76ers, Bucks, Kings and Raptors before finally wrapping up his pro career in 2015 with the Pelicans. He ranks […]

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AUDIO: Former NFL Pro Anthony Trucks Says ‘Trust Your Hustle’

Copyright Anthony Trucks

New York, N.Y. We often hear about NFL players who have gone bankrupt or are embroiled in controversy and adversity. What we don’t often hear are the extreme obstacles and roadblocks that pro athletes have to overcome for even a chance to play in a pro sport, and then to persevere and maintain success once […]

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AUDIO INTERVIEW: Conversation with NFL Pro Turned Community Change Agent, Terrell Fletcher

San Diego, CA. If you don’t already know the name Terrell Fletcher, you will… and certainly should! This NFL pro turned no-holds-barred cultural consultant and commentator, leadership expert and community mobilizer is on a mission to give the disenfranchised a “voice” that’s actually heard, and advocate why (and how) everyone in workplaces, homes and sports […]

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16-Year Old On “Success Insights from 3-Time Super Bowl Champ”

By Mason Kern. New York, N.Y. Few NFL veterans have achieved the kind of post-league business success experienced by three-time Super Bowl champion, Bart Oates, who played for both the New York Giants and the San Francisco 49ers, actually winning Super Bowls with both teams. Bart is one of the exceptional success stories of a […]

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How Athletics Scholarships Are Paving the Way for Poor Households

New York, N.Y. When money is tight, making sure that your children get the education that you’ve always dreamed of for them is often quite difficult. College tuition fees are constantly on the rise, and for poor households, sending children away to college can seem nothing but a dream. A night game between Harvard and […]

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U.S. Dominates Japan, Wins Women’s World Cup

Washington, D.C.  United States forward Abby Wambach (20) and United States defender Christie Rampone (3) hoist the trophy after defeating Japan in the final of the FIFA 2015 Women’s World Cup at BC Place Stadium, July 5, 2015. Women’s Soccer – USA vs Japan by Joel Solomon – Flickr: Women’s Soccer. Licensed under CC BY […]

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In Himalayas: Once Greater Tibet, Now Tragically Divided

Himalayas: From India/Pakistan to Bhutan & Nepal + Chinese Tibet

History from Time: How and Why the Dalai Lama Left Tibet