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Baccalaureate to the Future: Movies that teach us about making college productive

Believe it or not, a few movies can help maximize the chance that you won't look back on your college experience and say, "if only."

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Hot Tubbing, Bagels And The ER

By on December 9th, 2009 • Advice, bagel cutting, emergency room, hot tubs, Stats, Life

In the 18 years from 1990-2007 (the latest stats) more than 80,000 people were injured in hot tubs or whirlpools seriously enough to end up in an emergency room, according to The National Electronic Injury Surveillance System.

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Meet the ProduCEOr: 24-year-old entrepreneur on the business of filmmaking

By Bryan Sims on January 16th, 2009 • Advice, Career, Entrepreneurship

Josh Newman just finished his first feature film and he shared not only what it takes to make a movie, but what it takes to run the business.

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Seize The Thrill: Don't waste another minute without discovering what motivates you

By Ryan Allis on January 16th, 2009 • Advice, Career, Entrepreneurship

What is it that motivates young entrepreneurs?

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Cleaning House: The dirty business of white-collar crime

By brass Staff, Bryan Sims on February 1st, 2005 • Advice, Career, Entrepreneurship, Investing, Life

Barry Minkow wants the story of his roller coaster life to be an example to ambitious young people out there.

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Taking It Global: Making it happen

By Bryan Sims on February 1st, 2005 • Advice, Career, Entrepreneurship, Life

An international organization led almost entirely by young adults, TIG was created to help enable young adults take action in local and global communities.

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Operating Tables Or Waiting Tables?: Will the years in school pay off in the long run?

By brass Staff on February 1st, 2005 • Advice, Budgeting, Career, College, Going to college, Life

The U.S. Department of Labor's 2002 statistics show which occupations have the highest and lowest average annual salary.

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Sharon Epperson: A passion for juggling

By Koushi Sunder on February 1st, 2004 • Advice, Career, Life

My recent interview with Sharon Epperson left a mark. From the moment I sat down with this CNBC reporter, Time magazine journalist and mother, she bubbled contagiously with passion for life.

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Tip the Scales in Your Favor: Steven Sperry's tips to being a successful entrepreneur

By brass Staff on November 1st, 2003 • Advice, Career, Entrepreneurship

So many young entrepreneurs can't articulate why they started the company. All the decisions you make about building your business should work toward that goal.

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