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Washington, DC, November 10, 2014 — What are the top three blessings in your life? Your children and family? Your business? Your health? How about your human rights? Many of us feel our freedom is an inalienable right. But for so many around the world, that is not the case.
So in the November 2014 issue of Be Inkandescent magazine,, the cover story features Karen Hanrahan, an Obama administration appointee who serves in the State Department as the deputy assistant secretary in the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor.
What exactly are human rights?
Also in this issue:
- You’ll learn about the science of gratitude by Stanford professor Dr. Emma Seppälä. “Research suggests that, in general, we actually have three times more positive experiences than negative ones,” she says. “However, burdened with the problems that we inevitably face in life, we often fail to remember the blessings and give too much importance to the problems in our lives.” Psychologists have found two reasons for this habit. Click here to learn more.
- In the Public Speaking column, Hilary Blair explains why critical feedback, even though it can sting, is a gift. And don’t miss this month’s episode of ARTiculate TV, featuring Robin Miller.
- Estate Planning attorney Lisa Hughes teaches us how a trust is different from a contract, and answers the top five FAQs about trusts.
- There is also much to learn from our Book of the Month, “The Last Lecture,” by Randy Pausch; and the philosophy shared in Kent M. Keith’s book, “Do It Anyway,” which is the topic of our November 2014 Intuition Rules column.
In celebration of Compassion Week, November 10-16, we leave you with this parting thought from “Do It Anyway,” “People are illogical, unreasonable, and self-centered. Love them anyway. If you do good, people will accuse you of selfish, ulterior motives. Do good anyway. If you are successful, you will win false friends and true enemies. Succeed anyway.”
Read the November 2014 issue of Be Inkandescent.
About Be Inkandescent Magazine
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Launched in January 2010, it is published monthly by Inkandescent Public Relations, a PR and publishing company that takes a holistic approach to helping entrepreneurs get the visibility they need to make their companies glow—and grow.
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