Kynia Thrower on Lessons from the Healthcare Industry

The healthcare industry is ever changing and constantly evolving, and the demands placed on healthcare workers lately, especially after the global pandemic, seems to be more than ever before. But with any fast-paced industry subject to change, there are valuable lessons and insights to be learned. One person who has …

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Cloiesha Wilson Explains How You Can Improve Your Poetry Skills

Cloiesha Wilson is a mentor for young women within her community, and she’s also a poet. Passionate about sharing the artform of poetry with others, Wilson is an advocate of freedom and self expression. She says poetry can be a device for healing, self-expression and exploration. Wilson has agreed to …

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Tech entrepreneur Hermann Kreimann makes robotics accessible to youth in California

Ex-US Army soldier and Iraq Veteran Hermann Kreimann aspires to support future leaders of the technological world by training K – 12 students in computer science and robotics. Joining the military right after high school, Kreimann obtained technical training in computer networking and satellite communications. He served as a Sergeant …

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Crypto wallets: What you need to know

From Coinbase to PayPal, crypto owners have more options than ever for safely securing their digital currency. Crypto wallets: What you need to know Buy Crypto: https://coinbase.com/join/schust_49?src=ios-link

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David Klingenfuss Shares his Top Rules for Success in Business

David Klingenfuss is an electrical contractor in California and he was able to keep his business afloat during the COVID-19 pandemic. We interviewed Klingenfuss to ask him about his experience in his industry and the best practices he’s discovered over the years and implemented to keep his business running smoothly. …

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Dianne Feinstein, 3 Senate colleagues sold off stocks before coronavirus crash: reports

Sen. Dianne Feinstein of California and three of her Senate colleagues sold off stocks worth millions of dollars in the days before the coronavirus outbreak crashed the market, according to reports. The data is listed on a U.S. Senate website containing financial disclosures from Senate members. Feinstein, who serves as …

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Mycall Obas Overcame Struggle to Become a Professional Hip Hop Artist

He was only six years old when Haitian-American artist and emcee Mycall Obas went to Haiti to live with his grandmother. The visit occurred at the same time of the U.S. embargo against the country. “Embargo means nothing comes in, nothing comes out,” says Obas. What Obas thought would be …

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