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I like to both write, and speak my mind. Here are the most recent things I've been featured in:
Content Writers on How They Adjusted to a Teamlance Setup
For example, brainstorming meetings ended with entirely new ideas or angles, which, as a creative professional, was exciting for O’Neal. Through these hands-on virtual sessions, they would learn from another and then assign tasks accordingly. “The whole team working at higher vibrations has a way of helping each work at a higher level,” she adds.
Penn State Students Unite For Children This Weekend
Daily Local News
Wagner mentioned his favorite inspirational quote, citing the words of Megan Nicole O'Neal, who said, "Great things never come from comfort zones."
The Lucrative, Shady Market in Fake Reviews
NPR's Reveal podcast
Technology Journalist Laura Sydell takes a deep dive into the trade in fake reviews that engages doctors, small businesses, and pizza shops too across Yelp, Facebook and Google.
The Most Inspiring Travel Destinations on Earth
For some, it’s the mountains of the Azores, or the cobblestone streets of Paris. Others are mesmerized by Cape Town, while the desert sky out West is enough to take their breath away.
Here are the 14 most inspiring destinations, as told by creators.
Four Inspiring, Badass Female Writers to Watch
On being a badass, O’Neal advises women to never be afraid to use their words — and step into their power. “It took me a long time to understand how speaking your truth, especially when it scares you, is liberating and opens so many of the right doors you wanted to walk through in the first place."
Cyberharassment victim highlights fee Verizon charges to block stalker
“There are no laws or policies in place to prevent cell companies from exploiting victims in this way, which I think is something both women and men would be shocked by and interested to learn more about, especially in this #MeToo landscape,” O’Neal said.
Victim of Cyberharassment? Verizon Will Help You… For A Price
A California woman decided to talk about her experience with Verizon. Talking about how she was a victim of cyberharassment and being told that Verizon would keep the attacker away from her after paying a monthly fee for the “Service”.
9 Ways to Help Your Family Help You With Multiple Sclerosis
Giving and receiving help are some of the hardest things for families to negotiate in MS. Needs vary from person to person, and families don’t always know what to do. But here are some ideas o help your family members offer the right help at the right time: