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"I love my little house"

Minnesota homeowner's happy ending was first written in New Hampshire.

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Anyone -- yes, even you -- can develop leadership skills

Are leaders born? Or made? Are there genetic factors that make a leader, or can leadership skills and attributes be learned and developed?

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Affordable housing advocacy isn't for sissies

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Two things affordable housing advocates can count on: few permanent victories and the need to keep telling the same story year after year because the audience changes.

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Are we asking too much of bankers?

Their role as providers of "least-cost" debt means bankers have to be selective and avoid losses--their viability depends on it.

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Is there a skills gap between you and a job you want? IDA can help

Getting a job takes more than a standout resume and a polished interview. There’s also the "skills gap"—the difference between the qualifications the company needs and your actual skills.

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At the movies: Untangling the financial meltdown

HBO's Too Big to Fail offers an engaging and tolerable way to understand how the worldwide financial menltdown happened.

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