(Interactive chart with estimates below) Vertical Entertainment’s Four Good Days claimed the highest total over Mother’s Day weekend. It was a remarkably slow three-day stretch at the specialty box office with the Glenn Close and Mila Kunis-starring drama being the only film to break the $200K mark. Though Four Good Days grossed almost $100K less
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For many years, I have been thinking, talking and writing about the evolutionary path of service organizations. By “service organizations,” I mean organizations that provide personal or professional services, including in the areas of finance, law, accounting, medicine, engineering, architecture and consulting. I have come to believe that there are four primary stages of metamorphosis
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A Coaching Model Created by Stephanie Uribe(Wellness Coach, SOUTH AFRICA) It is not so uncommon for someone to state a goal that they desire to do or accomplish and then years later still have that very same goal with not much progress towards completing it. What happens in this process? There is always a reason
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Posted by Hilli, Assistant Editor on January 30, 2019 We couldn’t be more excited to reveal the cover for bestselling author Jennifer A. Nielsen’s upcoming middle grade historical, Words on Fire, which will be published by Scholastic on September 24, 2019! In a story that sounds perfect for fans of The Book Thief, Nielsen will transport
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Photography by Getty ImagesYes, *the* Halle Berry. By Jennifer Berry Date May 6, 2021 Facebook Twitter Hot girl summer? Try hot girl life. At 54, Halle Berry is at the top of her game — in 2020, the Oscar-winning actor had her directorial debut at TIFF with the acclaimed film Bruised and launched the wellness
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Great leaders know that talent propels a company’s success. Talent drives innovation and sets a business apart, giving it a competitive edge. Yet far too often leaders relegate hiring to their recruiters and pay little attention to getting the right people in the right jobs. But if you want to attract great competitive talent—people who
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If immersing ourselves in challenging situations can boost our growth, what can we learn from running a 350-kilometre ultramarathon? When I raced the Delirious W.E.S.T. 200-miler along the Bibbulman track in Western Australia, I expected to gain new insights. What astonished me was that running for almost 69 hours primarily led to valuable insights applicable
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A Coaching Model Created by Chloe Yeo(Leadership Coach, SINGAPORE) Introduction I spent most of my HR Practitioner career as a learning and talent development specialist.  In this role, I had many conversations with various employees at different life and career stages, seeking clarity in career and life choices.  The shared journey with me playing a
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Underestimating costs is just one of the ways you create risk for your franchise. May 9, 2021 4 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Becoming a franchisee has immediate advantages that make it an attractive business opportunity for entrepreneurs — established brand/reputation, tried tested and true templates to follow, franchise support services
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If it’s true that a man’s outfit is assessed from his shoes up, then it’s their shade that first colours someone’s judgement. Footwear, like everything else in menswear, has grown less rigid recently — these days you can wear Oxfords with jeans and trainers with a suit. But the key to pulling either off is
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