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6 Ways To Take Your Business From Big To Bigger In 2017
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How to Engineer a Lady MacGyver
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Hollywood's quintessential TV show engineer - who was somehow both an 80's everyman complete with feathered haircut and also an action hero possessed of a profound understanding of the pure sciences - was Angus MacGyver.
Finding My Wings: How I Learned to Believe in Myself
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For me, this sense of belonging, of coming home when I visit New York has always been a bit confusing for me. But in that moment, standing beside my husband, with whom I have not only shared the past 26 years of my life, but who has also been my biggest champion, I finally understood.
Building Our Future: Top Toys That Empower Young Girls
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Toys help kids discover who they are and introduce the choices they can make at a young age. This year, girl empowerment is a big trend. While I thought there were a lot of toy companies making it happen for girls, there's really just a handful -- but it's a handful that will make a difference.
'Stepping Beyond The Pink And Blue' Would Improve Toys For Both Genders
Margot Magowan and Nina Youssefnia join HuffPost Live to talk about the difference between boys and girls toys.
GoldieBlox Pulls Beastie Boys Song From 'Princess Machine' Viral Video
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Women in Business: Q&A with Debbie Sterling, Founder of GoldieBlox
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Can GoldieBlox, AKA Legos For Girls, Entice More Girls To Be Engineers? (PHOTOS)
Debbie Sterling wants to re-engineer the world, one girl at a time. A Stanford engineer who spent her childhood years thinking
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