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C.Harris 6h
There is nothing I cannot do, that’s why I listen to problems, knowing i can give insight, which provides a dynamic view.
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C.Harris 18h
I give asking for nothing in return, I cannot control how anyone responds but I can live and learn. Discern.
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C.Harris 18h
You are the blessing you have been searching for, it’s hard to believe because it’s mean you have to serve more.
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C.Harris 18h
If they don’t know what you are going through, it is impossible for them to know what you are growing through.
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C.Harris 18h
My roles models died a long time ago and they are still breathing, my role died when I started reading.
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C.Harris 1h
We may never get rewarded for being right, but eventually, we will get rewarded for doing right. Weather the storm.
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C.Harris 8h
No one should want to be victorious more than you, but you have to value all that you have been through.
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Ashirvad Lobo Dec 14
RT : Investing in leadership, employees and for long-term systemic change can create a safe and trusting environment that protects and empowers employees, acc to CEO: via
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C.Harris 7h
Keep your chin up as you walk, not just when you talk. If your crown ever hits the ground. It’s your fault. Accountability.
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B*tch Lasagna 8h
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C.Harris 17h
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C.Harris 18h
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Karin R Manente 21h
Visit to Cabo Delgado this week. This was a quick stop to see impact of nutrition program. Very important to reduce malnutrition in young mothers.
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C.Harris 5h
Your honesty is worth the hurt, that it takes to process any method you honestly pursued that didn’t work.
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Lisa Fiorilli Dec 14
: Evidencing gender inequality in the arts via
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C.Harris 17h
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C.Harris 18h
You don’t know your worth, that is why you rehearse, everything that is stopping you from coming in first.
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Joanna Santinon Dec 14
Today is the 100th anniversary of the day women first voted in a UK general election, an incredibly important milestone in the pursuit of equality & a fitting reminder of how we all need to continue to & a fairer society for all.
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C.Harris 6h
You can blame others if that’s your plan, I know the only change I can control comes from within.
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Vanessa Gowen Dec 11
The economic benefits of gender parity via . Very interesting article: "if women were to participate in the economy identically to men, they could add as much as $28 trillion or 26% to annual global GDP in 2025"
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