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    5 Benefits of Effective Leadership for a Business Success

    Image source At the heart of every prosperous business or organization are self-motivated leaders who inspire, enable, and empower people to do more with less and reach objectives. Effective leadership achieves common goals but also supports people to connect with their enormous potentials and allow them to attain purposeful things mutually. Each organization faces a… Keep Reading…

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    How Entrepreneurs Can Balance Business With Education

    Image Source Becoming a successful entrepreneur is a feat. Sailing smoothly through the ups and downs of the corporate world requires grit, conviction, and tremendous mental power. It is only with these qualities that an entrepreneur can successfully run a business and maintain a healthy personal life. Each year the business world witnesses several commercial… Keep Reading…

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    Social Work Study Is Making a Positive Change in Society

    A career in social work has never been the most popular option amongst individuals, but the cycle appears to break with the recent shift in trends. An uproar caused over the past couple of years against discrimination due to different social issues resulted in pushing it into the limelight. From there onwards, both social workers… Keep Reading…

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    Academy of Art University: How an Art & Design Degree Closes the Skills Gap and Fills the Employment Void with Freelancing

    Freelancers are changing the course of the economy during this unpredictable time. Self-employed freelancers of all trades from photography to illustration, to graphic design, are utilizing this time to their advantage through innovation. According to a recent report shared by Upwork, freelancer income contributes to almost $1 trillion or 5% of GDP. This market continues… Keep Reading…

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    Suwanee Art Student Wins Virtual SCAD Sidewalk Arts Festival Contest

    Since the early 1980s, SCAD (Savannah College of Art and Design) has hosted its Sidewalk Arts Festival, the city’s largest one-day outdoor festival typically drawing as many as 40,000 guests, families, artists, and others. This year, due to COVID-19, the university staged the festival virtually, with students, alumni, and others participating while sheltering in place… Keep Reading…

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    Seven Reasons to Pursue Your Education Online During COVID-19

    Image Source The current outbreak of COVID-19 all around the World has put a stop to almost every aspect of life. Imposing lockdown in various countries is not only causing hindrances in normal life activities but also an interruption in the educational sector. According to UNESCO, 363 million students are facing difficulties because of the… Keep Reading…

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    How to Choose the Right Private School for Your Child

    Choosing a private school for your child to attend can be an overwhelming task. There are over 34,000 private schools in the U.S. It would be best if you considered a combination of factors before settling on “the one.”   Placing your child in a conducive learning environment not only encourages them to thrive but… Keep Reading…

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    What School Will Be Like In The Fall For Charter Schools

    The events of 2020 have been some of the most historically significant of all time. With the recent pandemic and lockdown, civil unrest that is rocking us to our core, and other violent and tragic events pushing many of us back into the safety of our own homes, we find ourselves wondering, “Is this the… Keep Reading…

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    How to Stay on Top of Music Lessons During the Pandemic

    Music is one of those little things that make life good. Music is a good way to relax, exercise or explore the world of sound. Many people find music lessons offer them a great deal. For children, music lessons have been shown to accomplish many worthy goals. Children who learn music often do better at… Keep Reading…

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    Deep Diving Adventure With Orpan Group and Yaron Meiri

    Impressions from a conversation with Yaron Meiri – the owner and chief creative officer of Orpan Group Judaica behind glass – OUT. VR and Touch Screens – IN. The information revolution, which has dramatically changed the way we consume content, is also reaching the sanctum of the cultural world: museums in general, and Jewish museums… Keep Reading…

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