“In order to feel and be successful, I challenge myself daily to explore new ideas and new ways of growing and doing business.”
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Stacy Ratner is changing the lives of children in Chicago through her social enterprise, Open Books Ltd.
Debra Pierce of Early Childhood CDA Help: Providing Early Childhood Educators with the Tools They Need to Succeed
“I am encouraged in knowing how many individuals I have helped through writing this book.”
“We are figuring out just how far you can push kids in math (pretty far) and I’m constantly amazed at how happy children are when they are being challenged at a high level.”
Nidhi Maitrya of InsuranceGurukul.com: Preparing Students for The Insurance Institute of India Exams
“Success is breaking your own records and moving on from one goal to another. It is even the art of laying a strong foundation with the bricks thrown on you by others.”
Tanya Kisten of Khanyisela College: Corporate Training & Leadership Development for Young Professionals
“I don’t come to work- I live my passion, which I cherish every day.”
“Success is not black or white. I view it as a life long journey focused on feeding my happiness, and ability to give back to the greater good.”
“Individuals of every age and gender are not going after their dreams because they don’t believe they’re good enough or even worthy enough.”
Through her social enterprise, Global Citizen Year, Abigail Falik hopes to train the next generation of leaders.
“My day may be full of stress, but I find peace at night knowing that we’ve made a difference in a child’s life.”
“We reaffirm our passion for an industry in constant development, in a region of great opportunity.”
“The real indicators of success are the teachers, students, families and community partners who enthusiastically get involved in SDSA programs to improve their understanding of the world we live in.”
Adriana Rodriguez, an Austin mom of two, needed more cash flow after she launched a bilingual school.
Success is the ability to inspire people to grow and become better, to know that you didn’t quit when you really wanted to.
At the time I was spending about a third of my year in Kenya and working with local communities, I noticed the lack of opportunity for teenagers.