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If you want to move past your fear and live your best life, this book is for you.
In “Buffering,” Hannah Hart discusses family, mental illness, and coming to terms with your identity with honesty and vulnerability, exposing herself and her past in a way that makes you love her that much more.
“You Are a Badass” will inspire you to get go of what is holding you back and build an amazing life.
If you liked “The Alchemist,” you’ll like this book too.
We are all here in the same space, trying to live our lives and find our purpose.
Are you a career-driven girlboss who wants to make an impact? You need to read this book!
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Kayla fills these pages with advice, personal anecdotes, and refreshing honesty that is hard to find in a book with the word “corporate” on the cover.
On August 17th, our community came together in our bi-weekly Twitter chat #G20Chat to discuss our favorite books, authors, and genres.Below we’ve recapped the recommendations from that night. If…
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Reading used to be my escape. As I got older, I turned to brainless activities instead. Now in my 20s, I’m reminding myself I HAVE to read for fun.
I was never into reading until I realized that reading doesn’t just mean books.
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At GenTwenty, we believe it’s so important that twenty-somethings take control of their own finances. It all begins with a mindset change, and Brokenomics can help.
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In a place where you spend 40+ hours per week with the same people, sometimes communication will erode, people will fail to live up to their commitments, and feelings will get hurt.How do we maintain professionalism while dealing with these situations?
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