A group of Somali youth innovators pitch their bussines ideas at the closing ceremony of the first social innovation camp for Somali youth held in Mogadishu on October 9, 2017. This was jointly organized and supported by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), Somalia’s Ministry of planning, Investment, and Economic Development and Ministry of Trade and Industry. UN Photo / Ilyas Ahmed

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Oct 12, 2017 Obama to Lead the United Nations???

OBAMA is moving to New York and positioning himself near the United Nations. Why?
Is he about to be revealed as the ANTI-CHRIST?

Is Obama Moving to New York City? Real Estate Insiders … – Newsweek
Oct 3, 2017 – Former President Barack Obama and the former first lady are apparently in a New YorkState of mind. The Obamas have checked out at least …




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What It Looks Like When One Satellite Sees Another

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Tom Colicchio reveals why it’s okay to complain in restaurants

Celebrity chef and restaurateur Tom Colicchio explains how much it frustrates him when customers wait until they leave a restaurant to complain about a bad meal.

Colicchio founded Crafted Hospitality, is the head judge on reality show “Top Chef,” and is a spokesperson for Arnold Bread and America’s Better Sandwich.


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The One Thing to Grow a Business

The One Thing You Have to Know to Grow a Business: Most of my teenage and early adult years I was described as out of control, troubled, difficult and overly-active. Like most kids I had what appeared to be endless energy and a curiosity for life.

My dad died when I was 10 so I grew up without the direction of a father, raised by a mother, who was just short of sainthood, but clearly had her hands full bringing up three very strong-willed and high energy teen-aged boys. Moving through puberty and into adulthood is challenging and without the direction of a father complicated. Most of the time I was just bored out of my mind, looking for activity and adventure and trying to figure out how to get my day interesting.

From the ages of 15 to 25, life got complicated for me and I started experiencing more … Read More