A poetic, powerful convocation speech from an education grad at Harvard has gone viral in a major way, receiving millions of views and celebrity praise. In the five-minute speech, Donovan Livingston, who received his Master's degree in Education, calls for a change...
Part of the difficulty of growing up is thinking back to how little we knew when we were young. Sure, we’ve come a long way and probably wouldn’t trade our past for anything, but if we were able to go back in time, these are the things we’d say to our younger selves
We wouldn’t have made it this far if we didn’t have at least some degree of intelligence. But our cities are full of all kinds of intelligence and people are constantly doing new and amazing things. So if there’s ever a time to set yourself out from the rest, it’s right now. Here are 11 things to make you look smart
When we interview seasoned figures in the business and entertainment worlds, we often ask what advice they’d give to their young professional selves. With many of the over 50 set, their answers often reflect a new-found insight that wasn’t discovered until after 40. Here’s what you should know by the time you’re 50
Things have changed since our parents were our age. Although we value most of the seasoned wisdom offered by parents, in conversations with fellow young professionals (YPs) it seems parents are not always as right as they think they are about a few things
There is something distinctly special about grandparents. Those young professionals (YPs) lucky enough to have at least one of them still around are probably reminded of this during the holidays or visits to retirement homes, while others have fond memories of grandparents who have passed. Either way, the failing health of our last remaining grandparent got us thinking about the things we have learned from the grandparents in our lives