success Tag

co-op

Jackson Ibelle, a Northeastern University student, and his co-op life took a ‘foodie’ turn when he found out he was assigned to be responsible for organising the biggest fundraiser of that year, by the name ‘The Foodie Crawl’. His co-op was with East Somerville Main Streets, which is a nonprofit organisation, striving to improve the life of East Somerville Community. “I grew up in a...

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Often people tend to see disabled people as weak and incompetent but that’s just their thoughts limiting them from seeing beyond the disability. We are quite familiar with Helen Keller- an American author, political activist, and lecturer. She did not let her disability stand in her path of success and became the first woman to earn a Bachelor of Arts degree. Similarly, the legendary author...

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act-of-kindness

Marlo Thomas said, “My father said there were two kinds of people in the world: givers and takers. The takers may eat better but the givers sleep better”.  However, in today’s competitive world where everyone is in the race of becoming successful, the act of kindness seems to be fading. Each of us is working hard to pull each other down rather than just doing...

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Formula towards success

Albert-Laszlo Barabasi says “Achievement is one thing. Success is something else entirely.” Barabasi has conveyed a very strong note on success and it takes to achieve it in the long run. According to his research, top performers are not the one’s who are highly recognised. He also adds to his statement in a public discussion about success, “It is a collective measure that captures how...

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