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SHE WORKS: Lisa Cortes Can Teach Us A Thing Or Two About Building Your Own Production Company

Lisa Cortes knows a thing or two about switching careers. The film producer, who produced dynamic films like “Shadowboxer,” “The Woodsman” and “Precious,” originally started in the music business as a manager at… 1,387 more words

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The Truth About Starting Your Life: What I Wish I Knew About Careers & Finances At 22

A recent AmericanExpress.com article highlighted 10 highly successful people in business who also shared what they wish they knew when they were 22. I wish I had known and totally accepted that everything I wanted would not come easy. 1,018 more words

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The Gender Bias Gap is So Much Worse Than I Thought

I’ve always tried to be positive in general about overall gender and racial biases — so much to the point that my parents who lived during a *much* different time always thought I was naive.  393 more words

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Japan: Policy Is Too Little Too Late

For all Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s energy, he needs to think deeper and work harder still. Japan’s economy requires radical and fundamental reform. Yet much of what Abe has done so far is pretty conventional. 950 more words

American TV shows might look more diverse, but their writers aren't

There’s been a lot of talk about the upcoming fall TV season in the US being the most diverse one in terms of casting, from ABC’s new show… 623 more words

SHE WORKS: How BundleTreeBaby.com Is Empowering Mothers & Saving Babies In Uganda

We have all heard of the economic and humanitarian challenges in the poorest parts of Africa, but sometimes it’s hard to know what to do to help. 1,329 more words

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