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Why Failure Is Good

Kathleen King was and is a perfectionist. She began her career as an entrepreneur at age 11 selling home-baked chocolate chip cookies from her family farmstand in a prosperous resort community on Long Island. She spent hours tinkering with the recipe until her cookies were so irresistible, almost addictive, that tourists and locals thronged to the farmstand.

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Cultivating Diversity: A Garden of Possibilities

In an ever-evolving American experience, understanding different cultural sensibilities is crucial. Bpeace Skillanthropist Luis Tejada explains: “We need to create more diversity, and sometimes it means investing, taking the risk and really believing in people. You have to be committed. It’s a lot like gardening: You have to plant the seeds and watch them grow.”

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