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Reaching The Summit: How a Blind Athlete Applies 3 Lessons to Building Lasting Success.

May 16, 2020

Meet Dan Berlin, he is a blind athlete of endurance sports. Dan Berlin was diagnosed at an early age with Stardgarts, a genetic eye condition that causes progressive vision loss….

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Working from home: 3 lessons I learned from 5 years of working remotely.

April 4, 2020

There’s no doubt about it, the way we’re working and doing business has changed because rapidly evolving developments of the coronavirus pandemic. Although a lot of companies remote work processes…

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Dangerous Vision Presents: Fernando’s Hideaway

February 6, 2020

Randy Cohen and Fernando Albertorio have a lot in common. Both are connected to Harvard and MIT, both have an entrepreneurial spirit, and both are living with vision loss. Randy…

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Five reasons why coworking spaces should be accessible and inclusive spaces

November 24, 2019

They are now as ubiquitous as the corner Starbucks and if you’re like me, you are a tenant of one — the collaborative/co-working space. Referred to as hubs, hotbeds, incubators,…

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Three reasons why you should address your disability in a job interview

May 26, 2019

Today, one in five people live with a disability. Some being more noticeable than others. How do those of us with a disability address our uniqueness during a job interview?

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