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Startup Insider: Watsi Cofounder Grace Garey - The Journey from Y Combinator to 5,000 Patients Funded

David Ongchoco | Posted 09.30.2015 | Impact
David Ongchoco

Startup Insider is a series of articles with the goal of helping aspiring founders and entrepreneurs understand the ins and outs of starting a startup...

Award Ceremony for Those Helping Communities in Urban Youth

Marc A. Coronel | Posted 09.29.2015 | Impact
Marc A. Coronel

Last week, several thousands of people took time to celebrate and participate in the 20th annual KO High amateur boxing event.

Apologies and Their Complexities

Jane Simon, M.D. | Posted 09.25.2015 | Healthy Living
Jane Simon, M.D.

To acknowledge imperfections, some of us have to confront our idealized image, a narcissistic view of the self that dictates we must be perfect. In this case, a mistake and the need to apologize, can be experienced as like a blemish that needs to be hidden.

10 Things Highly-Impactful People Can Teach Us

Rosalie Puiman | Posted 09.25.2015 | Healthy Living
Rosalie Puiman

After working with dozens of these extreme high achievers, I see 10 things that all my clients share that set them apart from less impactful people.

Sunset Girl: How Words Matter

Kathy Nimmer | Posted 09.21.2015 | Education
Kathy Nimmer

We can feel sad for others, and it is a gift we give them. We are saying that we wish better for them, that we so empathize with the place where they are that we ache for them.

Do Something Extraordinary

Tam Warner Minton | Posted 09.21.2015 | GPS for the Soul
Tam Warner Minton

Getting Ready to Dive and do Citizen Science in Mozambique! A few years ago, I saw a BBC documentary that prompted me to reinvent my life. The do...

From Athens: The Human Face of the Refugee Crisis

Margarita Mavromichalis | Posted 09.17.2015 | World
Margarita Mavromichalis

I hope that the images that I am sharing will stress that, beyond numbers and nationalistic egos, we should pause for a moment and look at these faces. They are human beings just like us who happened to be born in the "wrong" place at the "wrong time."

Six Lessons Learned Working for Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull

Jeremy Balkin | Posted 09.16.2015 | Impact
Jeremy Balkin

One of the most formative experiences of my personal and professional journey has been working for Malcolm Turnbull. I still recall our first meeting in mid-2003 as if it were yesterday, and I'm immensely grateful for the invaluable experience and subsequent lessons learned working for him.

A Note to Fellow Millennials During Political Season

Elnaz Moghangard | Posted 09.14.2015 | Impact
Elnaz Moghangard

As a young individual observing all of this and thinking of the future of our society, I worry that the many voices of reason -- the many voices encouraging unity, diplomacy and peace -- struggle to be heard in all the hysteria. Controversy, after all, sells. I get it.

Join Me in Celebrating National Arts in Education Week!

Robert L. Lynch | Posted 09.15.2015 | Arts
Robert L. Lynch

Unfortunately, we all know that when school budgets tighten, the arts are the first to go. But when we celebrate, we also bring attention to the decision makers who decide what gets cut. Let's get informed, let's get out there, and let's get some attention.

Why I Want You to Stare at Me as a Man With Disabilities

Andrew Morrison-Gurza | Posted 02.02.2016 | Queer Voices
Andrew Morrison-Gurza

It's like a trance has been broken, and they all of a sudden remembered that looking at that guy in the chair is "wrong." That by looking at me in that way, they have somehow deviated from the cultural norms that my disability defies. What if I told you I want you to stare at me? What if I told you that in these spaces, I long to be stared at?

Psychotherapy in (and of) Everyday Life

Jane Simon, M.D. | Posted 09.11.2015 | Healthy Living
Jane Simon, M.D.

We don't often stop to realize that our daily interactions with other people -- to whom we might feel love, hate or indifference -- can help us bec...

Why We Should Be Talking About Anna Duggar

Megan Lasher | Posted 09.10.2015 | Impact
Megan Lasher

The idea that all of this is reaching such a large audience is disgusting. While we can't enforce modern beliefs on people who wish to pull society back to the morals of the early 1800s, we can still refuse to give them platforms.

You Matter

Caitlin Grace | Posted 09.30.2015 | GPS for the Soul
Caitlin Grace

All the choices you make on any given day make a difference. We don't always see the effects of our actions or our thoughts but believe me, they have an impact. Just because you can't see the effect right away doesn't mean that you are not creating change.

No. 1 Action to Change Your Personal and Professional Challenges

Marilyn O'Malley | Posted 09.10.2015 | Healthy Living
Marilyn O'Malley

I'd like to challenge you to COMMIT to doing this inner work on yourself, not TRY to do it, and see how shifts of energy and attention can uplift your life and have tremendous positive impact with your purpose in the world.

The Mindfulness Summit -- You're Invited

Steven Crandell | Posted 09.09.2015 | GPS for the Soul
Steven Crandell

Two 30-something Australians have decided to throw a mindfulness party for the world. It starts Oct. 1, lasts all month and costs nothing. They ca...

Slowing The Race That Never Was

Jeremy Shure | Posted 09.08.2015 | Impact
Jeremy Shure

In parallel, technology has launched a drop-down drag-out fight for our attention through social channels, and external validation manifests itself through likes, favorites, shares and retweets. We love external validation.

Building Startup Incubators That Deliver Impact

Karim Samra | Posted 09.08.2015 | Impact
Karim Samra

Designing and running a business incubator is no easy task. Yet, startups from Singapore to Nigeria to Boston are being actively recruited with pr...

A Partnership in the Fight Against Bonded Labour

Nick Grono | Posted 09.08.2015 | HuffPost Home
Nick Grono

Co-authored by Brandee Butler, Head of Partnerships and Innovation, C&A Foundation Photo: Women and girls working in the spinning mills in Ero...

What Leaders Can Learn From #NoKidHungry

Tim McDonald | Posted 09.08.2015 | Impact
Tim McDonald

In the 21st century, leadership is about collaboration and the lessons from the No Kid Hungry campaign include the ability to build a strong community around a shared way we can make the world better for kids.

Five Ways to Honor the American Worker this Labor Day

Carla Javits | Posted 09.05.2015 | Impact
Carla Javits

The essence of this special day is about acknowledging the strength, skill, persistence and even artistry demonstrated every time any job is done well. It's something we too readily forget in a world that seems to be more and more dominated by fame, fortune and reality television.

The Crisis In Law Enforcement: Part II

Paul Bishop | Posted 09.04.2015 | Impact
Paul Bishop

To initiate effective public dialogue, we must develop a willingness to listen openly instead of ranting too loudly to hear anything but our own voice. We must refuse to be diverted by those with violent, self-aggrandizing, political agendas.

The Crisis in Law Enforcement: Part I

Paul Bishop | Posted 09.04.2015 | Impact
Paul Bishop

What does our history as a nation show about our responses toward to racial injustice? How have we acted in the past toward these emotionally charged issues that speak to the true nature of the human condition? But, more importantly, how are we going to act now? What changes can we make? What solutions can we bring? How do we fix something that because of our past may be irreparably broken?

7 Ways to Avoid Death Via the Rat Race

James Calder | Posted 09.04.2015 | Healthy Living
James Calder

In case you haven't figured it out, the rat race is real, and it can be very dangerous to your health and soul. Whether you work for someone or own ...

Why Consumers Matter in Realizing Workers' Rights

Greg Asbed | Posted 09.04.2015 | Impact
Greg Asbed

In March of 2002, Irvine California saw its first public protest. Ever. Long before you could see anything at Taco Bell headquarters, you could hear something coming. People going about their daily routine stopped and inclined to listen.