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Lessons From Youngest Self-Made Female Billionaire

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“Failure to me became not trying versus not succeeding” - Sara Blakely “What you don’t know can be your greatest asset” – Sara Blakely Sara Blakely had graduated from college with a communication degree.

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Failing is part of succeeding. Not trying is not playing the game. 

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harish magan's comment, September 26, 2013 2:25 AM
There is razor thin difference between success and failure. Only those who keep on trying and minimize the difference on every new effort, finally succeed and arrive in this world announced by Media.
harish magan's comment, September 26, 2013 2:25 AM
There is razor thin difference between success and failure. Only those who keep on trying and minimize the difference on every new effort, finally succeed and arrive in this world announced by Media.
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Self-made billionaire, motivating article on how following your dreams and the art of not knowing can be a great asset.

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Lessons From Youngest Self-Made Female Billionaire

Lessons From Youngest Self-Made Female Billionaire | Gender, Race and Management | Scoop.it
“Failure to me became not trying versus not succeeding” - Sara Blakely “What you don’t know can be your greatest asset” – Sara Blakely Sara Blakely had graduated from college with a communication degree.

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Brett.Ashley.Crawford's insight:

Failing is part of succeeding. Not trying is not playing the game. 

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harish magan's comment, September 26, 2013 2:25 AM
There is razor thin difference between success and failure. Only those who keep on trying and minimize the difference on every new effort, finally succeed and arrive in this world announced by Media.
harish magan's comment, September 26, 2013 2:25 AM
There is razor thin difference between success and failure. Only those who keep on trying and minimize the difference on every new effort, finally succeed and arrive in this world announced by Media.
Shelby Stephens's curator insight, September 26, 2013 6:49 PM

Self-made billionaire, motivating article on how following your dreams and the art of not knowing can be a great asset.

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Where Feminism Went Wrong

Where Feminism Went Wrong | Gender, Race and Management | Scoop.it
Has feminism raised the bar so high that women are condemned to fall below it?
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Best Quote: "We weren't fighting so that you could have Botox." The point:"Feminism was supposed to be about granting women power and equality, and then about harnessing that power for positive change. Younger generations of women have largely turned away from those external, social goals."
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Equal Pay Day 2013: 10 Resources on Gender Wage Inequality

Equal Pay Day 2013: 10 Resources on Gender Wage Inequality | Gender, Race and Management | Scoop.it

"Rosie The Riveter" by Norman Rockwell (1943 oil on cavas)Created by the National Committee on Pay Equity (NCPE) in 1996, Equal Pay Day is a public awarene (10 Resources on Gender Wage Inequality


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