Entrepreneur Secrets From The Inspiring Guy Kawasaki

Guy Kawasaki is a Silicon-Valley based author, speaker, entrepreneur, chief evangelist of Canva, trustee of the Wikimedia Foundation, brand ambassador for Mercedes Benz and executive fellow at the Haas School of Business at U.C. Berkeley. Formerly, he was an advisor […]
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Perfection is a Form of Self-Abuse

Going for excellence is motivating. Going for perfection is setting yourself up for pain—because perfection does not exist. Be gentle with yourself. You’re doing the best you can. You’re simply a work in progress. And all those mistakes you make […]
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Be Your Own Superhero. But Be Open to a Sidekick.

Important reminder during tough times: Nobody’s coming to save you. You have to save yourself. You have to be your own superhero. (Although it’s okay to be open to having a sidekick.) You have to tap into that super power […]
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If I Only Had One Wish I’d Wish For Clarity

If I only had one wish I’d wish for clarity. Firstly, I’d wish for clarity for myself. I’d wish for clarity to see the meaning and purpose in my challenges. I’d wish for clarity to see new paths I need […]
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Female Competition: How To Navigate And Heal

We met the day I replaced her. Monica was a 26-year-old Wasp quitting her job as a New Yorker assistant to work on a novel. I was a 22-year-old Midwesterner escaping Jewish-princess-hood, enthralled to inherit her $20,000-a-year magazine gig. We […]
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Why You Should Get Married 3 Times

Famed American cultural anthropologist Margaret Mead suggested that we should all have three marriages in our lifetime. The first for love The second for parenting The third for companionship Basically, Mead was suggesting that we match up our love lives…
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Why Aspartame Is A Dangerous Fake Friend

You know those people who are super sweet to your face but trashing you behind the scenes? Well, there’s a food that does that too. Meet, Aspartame: your fake friend. I’ve already written about how Sugar is a sociopath. But it’s sad to…
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