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This Startup Investor Just Offered Brilliant Advice for Wannabe Entrepreneurs. Here It Is in 1 Sentence

Fortune doesn't favor the prudent. It favors the bold. And yet, most of us are waiting for something else to happen before we follow our dreams. We're waiting for opportunities to present themselves, or for conditions to change--or for the timing to be right. We're waiting for whatever that single factor is that we

Did the opening of Tutankhamun’s tomb by Howard Carter in 1922 unleash a terrible curse?

In November 1922, archeologist Howard Carter pushed a candle through a hole he had made in a sealed tomb door and peeked inside. “Can you see anything?”, he was asked. “Yes, wonderful things”. Carter had just discovered the tomb of an obscure 18th dynasty pharaoh, Tutankhamun. Piled high with a dazzling

Hijabers of Instagram: the Muslim women challenging stereotypes

It is easy for non-Muslims to forget that there are places where Muslim women lead lives full of frivolity and fun: they shop, read fashion magazines and travel to Europe. But on social media a global community of fashion-conscious Muslim women are challenging the stereotypes of Muslim women as submissive

How to uncover the ugly face of sexism at workplace

With women like Susan Fowler showing the way, more victims of sexist behaviour at the workplace should speak up and demand justice. While we all talk about women empowerment, we also, knowingly or unknowingly, make plenty of sexist remarks. Since the controversial story on Uber’s work environment came to light, there