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Payam Ashena's TOP SHOP

Move over Prince William, we no longer have to shop online for our favorite threads from Top Shop. This British mega store is sharing its “costumes” with the West Coast and has finally arrived in Los Angeles, making a huge statement at The Grove. ... Full story

Staring Over as a Senior?

My husband and I have been married for 32 years.  I am 57 and he is 59.  We have three children, ages 30, 28, and ... Full story

Carving Snow, Breaking the Ice: Boarders without Borders Forthcoming documentary to track U.S. snowboarders on Iranian slopes.

In the 30 years since the fall of the Shah, we have seen many attempts at "cultural diplomacy" between the United States and Iran. American ... Full story

Making 2012 the Best Year of your Life (5)

We are on part V of our multipart journey to making 2012 the best year of our lives.  So far, we have looked at how ... Full story

Bad Customers? Fire Them!

Have you ever had a problem customer? You know, the one that you wish secretly (or not so secretly) would just disappear? I am sure ... Full story

Making 2012 the Best Year of your Life (4)

  Part IVSpring is here once again.  Spring represents the rebirth of nature, and the first day of spring marks the Persian New Year “NoRooz”.  I ... Full story

Making 2012 the Best Year of Your Life (Part III)

In part II, we looked at how most people have chosen to ignore their dreams by distracting themselves with work and other activities.  Others have ... Full story

Making 2012 the Best Year of Your Life (2)

  mike@choosetoshift.comIn the last month’s article we looked at how most people live their life and dream while only a small number actually live their dreams. ... Full story

Making 2012 the Best Year of Your Life ( Part 1)

Happy New Year!  Another year has ended and a New Year has begun. Most of you are back to work and continuing with what you ... Full story

The Identity Necklace: Being Iranian in Britain

Learning how to fine-tune the expression of cultural pride.  My parents are Iranian. My father left Iran when he was 16 years old to study in ... Full story

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