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Guidance on The Road to Success

RESEARCH HAS SHOWN that young people who have a mentor have better school attendance, are more likely to enroll in college, are more likely to participate in extracurricular activities and therefore avoid risky behavior. However, one in three young people … Continue reading

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Defining Beauty

As long as you’re a good person- happy and nice to everyone- people will think your beautiful. -Oliva Williams

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Guest Post: Nice day

The nice day it was sunny and the clouds look funny. Bees looking for honey And poor collecting money. – Scott 3rd grade 

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Bad Recommendation

What is a bad recommendation you hear? Terry Crews action:  “Work hard to beat the competition” The truth is that competition is the opposite of creativity. If I’m working hard to beat the competition, it actually prevents me from thinking … Continue reading

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Guidance on the road to success

social science research shows that it is very difficult for a child to break a cycle of poverty without a relationship with a person from an advocate network outside the child’s family. -Most people who have strived in life would … Continue reading

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