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Rachita Sharma

CEO, Girl Power Talk Rachita Sharma is a technology entrepreneur, financial literacy advocate, and gender rights activist. Rachita is the CEO of Girl Power Talk, a purpose-driven organization empowering today’s most capable youth with the confidence, knowledge, and opportunity to become tomorrow’s global leaders.

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The Art of Storytelling: A Way to Bring Unheard Stories to the Fore

Why Storytelling Is Important Storytelling in the Digital Age The Continuing Relevance of Stories Overview Regardless of our language, religion, ethnicity, or political preferences, stories connect to our feelings and what we stand for. In the digital age, storytelling has permeated many forms of media. More businesses today recognize the value of storytelling in sales and marketing. From sales to minority group representation, storytelling is now used everywhere and is regarded as an excellent tool for making an impact. “We …

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John Livesay: The Story of the Storyteller

About John Livesay Journey as an Entrepreneur Advice to Youth John Livesay shares with Girl Power Talk the story of how he cultivated the art of storytelling and public speaking.  I was born in 1958 and grew up in the suburbs of Chicago. My parents were very focused on the value of education. My dad greatly valued friendships and my mom was a firm believer in “You can do anything you want to do if you just set your mind …

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