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Make It or Break It - Careers of Child Celebrities

By Desiree Yang

When word got out that Lionsgate was set to do a remake of the legendary Mighty Morphin Power Rangers movie last week, many (presumably kids of the 90s) took to sites like Facebook and Twitter to express their excitement over the news. Needless to say, the beloved cast of the original television series and movie, who became a part of the franchise when they were teenagers, won’t be gracing the big screens in the upcoming remake. Many of them are now well into their 40s and out of the Hollywood limelight (e.g. Austin St. John who played the Red Ranger, is now an EMT paramedic and a firefighter). It raises the question – what exactly ends the careers of many child celebrities in Hollywood? (Read More Here!)

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Setbacks are the Biggest Boost to Workplace Aptitude

By: Gerald Goh

It’s an oft-quoted cliché that you cannot truly succeed in life unless you have experienced first-hand the bitterness of personal or professional failure - or even both.

But like all clichés, this idiomatic saying is not entirely without merit. A colleague recently wondered aloud: is it true that the majority of hardworking employees are actually only those who have experienced some sort of significant setback in life? (Read More Here!)

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