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Roles to Typify Cultural Ambassadors

We live in a world where the people have the final straw every time. Everyone seems to be equally entitled to his/her own opinion. Granted, we are sharing the planet with others who claim that last straw to be theirs. 611 more words

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Hit Them With The Hard Questions

I cannot stress how important networking is. While nice grades and solid internships look great on paper, it’s networking that lands jobs. Unless you’re planning on having a job that requires you to live in seclusion and never seeing the light of day then you really need to learn how to talk to people. 514 more words

How to Take Control of Your Future by Joel Peterson

Wayne Gretzky, deemed by many to be the greatest hockey player ever, famously said: “I skate to where the puck is going to be, not to where it has been.” 752 more words

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Sell Yourself, No one Else Will by Bryan L

I got off the phone yesterday with my younger brother who is an emerging filmmaker. He has been working on a feature length documentary for the past two-years that follows the art of skateboarding. 942 more words

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Author Cliff Hill's title, "Through the Broken Looking Glass" released

DonnaInk Publications, L.L.C. (www.donnaink.org) released, “Through the Broken Looking Glass,” by author Cliff Hill. To arrange a book signing or interview and/or order bulk copies write to: … 208 more words

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Sound Bites From My #humberPR Orientation

Earlier this week, I (very excitedly) attended my orientation for the Public Relations Postgraduate Certificate program at Humber College. The session was led by program coordinator, Annette Borger-Snel, as well as professors Kalene Morgan (Social and Digital Media) and Edward Wright (Corporate and International Public Relations). 470 more words

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Why do professional athletes need a coach? By Alan B

What can an out of shape, overweight, late middle aged man do to help the young, fit, athlete at the top of their game? Does the fastest man in the world, Usain Bolt, really need a coach? 924 more words

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