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CNN Hero of the Year, Shirley Raines, changes the lives of homeless people living in Skid Row one haircut at a time.
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Journalist Leslie Garrett argues that adults shouldn’t tell children, “You could be anything,” but rather, “Be what you’re capable of.”
A journalist looks back on what she learned in some of her first jobs and considers how teen jobs fuel adult success.
To make their mark in a competitive world, Gen Z comedians are enlisting their digital influence and expertise.
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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.
Learn about the educational path that led to the successful development of a desperately needed vaccine.
What good does ambition do us? One researcher examined the lives of more than 700 people across 70 years to find out the answer to the question. Read to learn what he discovered.
People aren’t born superstars. Watch this short video to learn how John Legend achieved his goals and how that applies to you.