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Profiles in Greatness – Martin Luther King, Jr.

By Amy Anderson / January 6, 2009 /

Martin Luther King, Jr. didn’t graduate from high school. He skipped the ninth and the 12th grades and went on to Morehouse College at 15. While at college, King met regularly with civil rights leader, theologian and teacher Howard Thurman, who had attended Morehouse with King’s father. In his travels, Thurman conferred with world leaders,…

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Lunch for Two?

By Elisa Henry / December 19, 2008 /

There has never been a better time to reach out and connect than right now. The dynamic of our society, and particularly our economy, will increasingly be defined by interdependence and interconnectivity. In other words, the more everything becomes connected to everything and everyone else, the more we begin to depend on whom and what…

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Profiles in Greatness – Eleanor Roosevelt

By Amy Anderson / December 2, 2008 /

“Do what you feel in your heart to be right—for you’ll be criticized anyway.” Eleanor Roosevelt spoke these words from experience. During her years in public service, she was often criticized for her progressive and democratic opinions. While her husband, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, was initiating the New Deal policies that would enable the nation…

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5 Smart Ways to Handle Crisis

By SUCCESS Staff / July 29, 2008 /

5 Smart Ways to Handle Crisis

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