Learn about all about music producer Pete Rock’s incredible career and influence in the music industry.
Category Archives: Chasing Success
The Benefits of Optimism Are Real
In this article, Emily Esfahani Smith examines two films, Silver Linings Playbook and Life of Pi, to delve into the relationship between optimism and resilience.
Malorie Blackman’s ‘dynamic imaginary worlds’ win her the PEN Pinter prize
Learn about this incredible author’s commitment to representation and justice through storytelling.
5 Ways to Find Career Ideas
Do you already know what kind of career you want to pursue? Then you are lucky—and unique. If, like most of your peers, you don’t know “what you want to be when you grow up,” consider the helpful tips in this article.
Wildlife and celebrity photographer reveals secrets behind most iconic shots
Check out this article for a close look at the incredible life and photographs of world-renown photographer, David Yarrow.
16-Year-Old Chess Prodigy Defeats World Champion Magnus Carlsen
Read about how a teenage chess wiz takes down a record-holding world champion.
Jessie Diggins wins first-ever U.S. Olympic medal in cross-country sprint
Meet Jessie Diggins, the American skier that made history at the 2022 Winter Olympics.
Shirley Raines, who brings beauty and hope to Skid Row, is CNN’s Hero of the Year
CNN Hero of the Year, Shirley Raines, changes the lives of homeless people living in Skid Row one haircut at a time.
Six Native Artists and Their Works Receive Major Recognition
Native American artwork will be showcased at the Smithsonian in a way unlike ever before. Read about the amazing artists behind these extraordinary works.
What turned the Wright brothers into pioneers of flight? Their library.
Gavin Weightman, author of Eureka: How Invention Happens, explains that like some other notable inventors, the Wright Brothers built a large library and taught themselves much of what they knew.
The Lithuanian Immigrant Who Launched the First Women’s College Basketball Game
Read about how the Mother of Women’s Basketball defied expectation for female athletes and forever changed sports history.
|Read about how Mexican-American Cesar Chavez forever changed the history of American Labor rights. He succeeded in bettering the lives of farm workers nationwide through his nonviolent efforts.|
8 Ways Highly Successful People Carry out Successful Plans
Whether it’s for a school assignment or a larger goal for your life, these tips can help you make the most of your time.
Study: You Really Can ‘Work Smarter, Not Harder’
Studying or practicing a skill non-stop may not be the ticket to achieving your goals, according to this study.
14 jobs of the future: What degree should you consider?
It’s never too soon to start thinking about potential careers. Here are some growing fields you might consider.
You can do it, baby!
Journalist Leslie Garrett argues that adults shouldn’t tell children, “You could be anything,” but rather, “Be what you’re capable of.”
Working it out: How a part-time job can teach teens valuable life lessons
A journalist looks back on what she learned in some of her first jobs and considers how teen jobs fuel adult success.
Just for Likes: How Young Comedians Are Launching Their Careers on Social Media
To make their mark in a competitive world, Gen Z comedians are enlisting their digital influence and expertise.
Testing Proves Its Worth with Successful Mars Parachute Deployment
The success of the Perseverence mission to Mars was the result of dedicated work.
Sometimes, Advanced Classes Can Slow a Child’s Progress
The idea that if we just work hard enough, our academic achievement will improve may inspire some students. But not everyone benefits from being pushed to achieve.