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Watch Teen’s Graduation Advice For The Class of 2020 That Won 1st Prize in Global Competition: ‘We got this!’

“Life is a practice in improv,” says a Quebec college senior who won a scholarship for her candid musings on the theme ‘How the coronavirus affected my final semester.’ The contest, sponsored by greatergood.org, invited high school and college seniors to record a selfie video that answers the question: How did the coronavirus change your senior year? Participants included 379 students worldwide in 49 countries, but it was a 19-year-old film student who stole the hearts of judges in The “Class of 2020” Challenge. Graduating from John Abbott College, April Judd used humor and creative edits to depict what life was like moving back in with her family and missing the chance to say goodbye to all her friends at the arts college. Her inspiring message details...

How Cutting in Line for a Free Bagel Became a Lesson in Changing Your Future (Simon Sinek)

The Lesson: “That’s when I realized that there were two types of people in the world: those who see what they want, and those who can only see what’s getting in the way of what they want.” In this engaging video, motivational speaker Simon Sinek lets us in on his five rules for changing your future one step at a time. From achieving your heart’s deepest desires to gaining respect and becoming a leader, Sinek uses an intriguing metaphor to break down the mental changes one must adopt in order to follow his advice for changing your life. The Speaker: Simon Sinek is the marketing consultant, bestselling author, motivational speaker, and critically-acclaimed mastermind behind Start With Why: an organization made up of other business moguls dedicated to...

Listen to Woman’s Sweet Marriage Proposal Story About Popping the Question to Her Longtime Boyfriend

Lucy Huber shares a sweet story of serendipity in this week’s edition of MOTH Monday, a Good News Network partnership that features videos from the nonprofit group, The MOTH, showcasing the art of storytelling. After Lucy Huber decided that she wanted to propose to her boyfriend Matt, she carried the engagement ring in her purse for months on end, waiting for the right time. When the right moment never came, she finally decided to create an elaborate game of riddles to take him down memory lane. She orchestrated the riddles so that when Matt solved all the puzzles, he would be given a note that would say: “Would you marry me?” In a sweet twist of fate, however, she never ended up giving him the note—but that doesn’t mean...

When Parents Tried to Fix Her Visual Impairment, She Was Inspired By a Poster and a Handyman (MOTH Monday)

Today is MOTH Monday on Good News Network: In partnership with The Moth, a nonprofit dedicated to the art of storytelling, we bring you the most uplifting speakers from live stages across the world. When Anagha Mahajan was a child growing up in India, she was often forced to spend hours in a dark room focusing on a candle so she could improve the vision in her left eye. As a means of trying to improve her focus and her attention, she hung an inspirational poster on the wall with a little poem about how it was important for her to try her hardest. Surprisingly enough, the poster did help her to “get better” – but she says it was only because of the handyman who would regularly...