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A Unifying Vision Helps Entrepreneurs Act with Less Fear

Millions of people have made the decision to be entrepreneurs, and millions more will follow. One thing that many of them have in common is preparing for the unknown. What nobody tells someone who decides to become self-employed is that there are numerous things that will get in the way of your plan and that […]

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Popular Book Helps Businesses Thrive, Bridge Gap with Millennials

If there is one thing that every business needs, it is for their team to all be on the same page and working toward the same goal. Yet most business leaders don’t know how to create a vision that they can get everyone on board with or how to execute the mission once they do. […]

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Blue America Stands Proudly, Strongly With New Immigrants

Moral America to ICE: “¡Nunca Aqui!” – Not In Our Community! New York, N.Y. When my family came to America twelve generations and four hundred years ago, they stepped off the boat onto Plymouth Rock and became American. Today, people from around the world arrive here seeking safe haven – and our president spits in their face… New York Governor […]

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Making Strides Toward Ensuring the Right to Clean Water

New York, N.Y.  Like most Americans, I take easy access to clean drinking water for granted. “But it’s a fundamental human right,” Edward Buckley is quick to point out. “We all have a human right to clean water. Without it we cannot enjoy our other human rights.” Buckley, an Atlanta lawyer, has a passion for […]

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Ethiopian-American Lawyer on Conflicts Along the Nile

A scorpion once tried to cross the river Nile. He approached several animals, asking if he could ride on their backs. None of them dared trust him, and they all refused. Finally, an old sheep agreed because the scorpion said that if he strung the sheep during the crossing, they would both die. In the […]

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When Is a Lawyer Not a Lawyer? When She Acts

New York, N.Y.  “I want to act! Act! To be liberated! To feel free!” Anouk Dutruit told me last week over lunch in Chelsea, near to both her day job and her theater school.  “Acting allows me to breathe, feel alive!”  Making a career in acting is a challenging prospect. What makes Anouk’s ambitions even more invigorating […]

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A Unifying Vision Helps Entrepreneurs Act with Less Fear