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A day started in gratitude makes all the difference.

Candice Beaty has some exciting news. This photographer, teacher, and wedding planner has become CEO of her own company, Candice Lorraine. Her career journey has lead her to this entrepreneurial adventure that allows her to never settle and take control of her own path. 1. What's your story? What makes you unique? Oh goodness. I definitely don't feel unique. At best, I just feel like I am so thankful to be surrounded by a community of like-minded women who are trying their absolute best. We are fighting to support each other, we are fighting to encourage each other's successes, we are fighting not to be jealous or envious, and we are fighting to focus on our own paths ahead of us. But if you

Celebrate both the tiny and the big life moments

Florida State University is lucky to have such a passionate woman for their Graduate Assistant for the Center for Leadership and Social Change. Our #WCW, Kristen Lemaster inspires students to pursue their dreams and always fight against injustice. 1. What's your story? What makes you unique? I'm a twenty-something girl who believes in the power of ice cream, Taylor Swift, being barefoot, sisterhood, and language. That last part, language, has been my heart and soul for as long as I can remember, and it's evolved from a habit of reading to an admiration of Spanish to an insatiable desire to write. It took me a long time to identify as a writer, because so much of storytelling necessitates raw

Be who you are, not who you think you should be.

Without a doubt, Morgan Moore has been our most moving #MCM thus far. His story teaches us that relentless determination and self-acceptance can help us reach our "impossible" goals. Today, this amazing man finds himself in a successful career with Principal Financial Group, despite the seemingly unsurmountable challenges he faced during his childhood. His story will inspire you to no end: 1. What is your story? What makes you unique? I have heard several times during my life to never stop and take notice of where you are. This is mainly a reference to one’s humility and how boasting makes way for opportunity to pass by. While I do agree, to an extent, that pride can lead to one’s demise,

Put on your hater blockers and shine on.

Margaret Hancock is a people person and someone that rallies people together for important causes. She is inspired by and inspires those around her. Read her story to find out why she's our #WCW: 1. What's your story? What makes you unique? 'Though she be but little, she is fierce!’ - William Shakespeare My story contains loving and whole heartedly embracing the following: Green tea, kayaking, people, pasta, 4th quarters, ninth innings, and second halves. Acrylic paints, the Lowcountry, and Hammocking are a few of my favorite things. I appreciate sass, class, and a glass half full. I genuinely enjoy long walks on the beach, the first feels and smells of fall, calling the Dawgs, and mint choc

Accept that life is not always in your control.

Mason Gepp is a studio assistant at Turner Sports and just finished up an internship with Ryan Seacrest Studios at Children's Healthcare in Atlanta. Our #MCM is brilliantly utilizing the power of marketing and technology to spread important ideas. ​ 1. What's your story? What makes you unique? My story is one that can be traced back to growing up playing competitive group sports. It was through sports that I learned in order to be successful you have to work well with others while performing well individually. For years I learned how to read people and to adjust so I could help execute a particular play. That paid dividends and guided me throughout school and ultimately led me to take on lea

Challenge yourself to get out of your comfort zone as often as possible.

Mel Baxter has dedicated her life to helping students reach their full potential at The University of Texas in Austin. Our #WCW inspires young professionals each day to accomplish things they never thought they could... 1. What's your story? What makes you unique? I define a lot of who I am by where I've been. I was raised in Kansas, attended The University of Georgia (Go Dawgs!) for college, attended Clemson University for graduate school, lived in the middle of San Francisco and two weeks ago I moved to Texas, and am living in one of the coolest cities I've ever known-- Austin. In each place that I've lived, I've learned and picked up things that have become a big part of who I am. For ins


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