1. Confidence is built on accomplishments. 2. Failure is the foundation of success; the more you fail the more you will succeed. Do not fear failure. 3. No amount of schooling or research is a substitute
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When you were a kid it was a lot easier. In college you almost had to be trying not to make friends. But then you're an adult. You get busy with work. Your friends get busy with work. People get married.
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Find out what's growing in popularity. With spring approaching, we've all got gardening on our minds. But before you start hoeing and sowing, get inspired by what's trending in the plant world. Here's
He’s been blacklisted and seen his work torn down. But the great Brazilian creator of vast gravity-defying buildings has just entered architecture’s elite “All space is public,” says Paulo Mendes da Rocha.
Once photographed by the great Julius Shulman Built in 1954 as a personal residence for Ken McLeod, a builder and craftsman who grew up in the neighborhood and worked with numerous big-name architects
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Student designers worked with city planners to create pods that could quickly house L.A.’ homeless population Building in Los Angeles is notoriously hampered by a 20-year-old general plan and safety requirements