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Patrice Washington Is Redefining Wealth By Scaling Joy

This is a dream! When can I start?”So, as she sat across from Harvey, Washington knew her answer needed to be no.“In true Steve Harvey fashion, he said, ‘You’re broke, ain’t ya?’” she says. “I told him I didn’t want to come in and commit and have him create this space for me, and then not stick with it because it’s not what I want to do.

It was an opportunity I knew my family needed, but I couldn’t bring myself to say ‘yes’ and get trapped in a scenario I knew I would not in.”It’s this courage to say “no”—to opportunities, to money and to fame—when it doesn’t or her calling that has shaped Washington’s career in the face of adversity and uncertainty. Turning down an attractive and timely opportunity with Harvey’s organization is one of many

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This is a dream! When can I start?”So, as she sat across from Harvey, Washington knew her answer needed to be no.“In true Steve Harvey fashion, he said, ‘You’re broke, ain’t ya?’” she says. “I told him I didn’t want to come in and commit and have him create this space for me, and then not stick with it because it’s not what I want to do.
On August 6, 2021, the Washington Post published an article by Amber Ferguson entitled “Unpaid caregivers: How America treats women caring for paralyzed partners.” The story has brought attention to an important issue that is rarely discussed in the mainstream media — the systemic barriers faced by people with disabilities who need help with daily tasks and their family caregivers. However, it has also drawn the ire of the online disability community, with many advocates criticizing the author for perpetuating ableist stereotypes. Here are seven crucial aspects of disability and caregiving the Washington Post misunderstood or got wrong.

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