New Orleans combo-guard Lonzo Ball reveals the lowest point in his young career which he used as a motivating factor.
Lonzo Ball is one of the brightest young talents we have in the league. Sure, he isn’t the superstar Magic Johnson had marketed him to be, but the New Orleans Pelicans guard has definitely proven to be a great potential All-Star calibre player.
As everyone knows, Ball was the 2nd pick of the 2017 Draft, only behind Markelle Fultz. Even though one would believe that there were quite a few players who were better picks than Zo, no one can
Demi Lovato worried about what their career would be like if they weren’t feminine in their career.
While chatting with trans boxer Patricio Manuel on their 4D with Demi Lovato podcast, the singer-songwriter – who recently came out as non-binary – shared that they worried what living their truth would do to their career.
“I know what it’s like to have your dream feel like it can hold you back, but it’s quite the opposite,” Lovato, 28, said. “Now that I am living my truth, my art has just become that much greater because my art is a reflection of
“I am the luckiest guy in the world because I have spent the last 41 years having relationships, personal, profession and work, with the best of the best,” he said. “The people out there caring for us every day are incredible.”
Throughout the years, Brown has seen his fair share of floods, fires, chemical events and car accidents, “but there’s always one call in your career that tends to stand out.”
For Brown it’s a little girl. She was crossing the road near Morningside when she was struck by a car.
Show business is widely regarded as one of the world’s most glamorous and exciting industries. However, several high-profile stars of the stage and screen have decided to leave the limelight for more conventional careers.
Below Newsweek takes a look at the high profile former actors who have decided to ditch the drama and completely switch careers.
Freddie Prinze Jr.
Freddie Prinze Jr. at the turn of the millennium appeared as one of Hollywood’s hottest talents.
Nations, universities and research institutions around the world must redouble efforts to expand training for PhD students and postdoctoral researchers to prepare them for jobs outside academia. So urges a report from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), an intergovernmental coalition of 38 nations. The report, the result of a nearly two-year investigation into the job security and working conditions of junior scientists, also concludes that nations and institutions should more closely track career outcomes for PhD holders
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