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    Bobbi Brown's top tip for being successful: Be nice to everyone you meet

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    Brown considers this as the smartest advice that she ever received.

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    Bobbi Brown is currently on her maiden visit to India.
    Global makeup icon Bobbi Brown may have built her career by appealing to the outside visual, but for her it’s what’s on the inside that counts. Brown, who is visiting India for the debut of India Make Up Show, says that the smartest advice she has ever got is to be nice. Brown tells ETPanache, “Baseball player Yogi Berra was a friend and incredible role model to me. He taught me the importance of being nice.”

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    Baseball great, Yogi Berra. (Image: http://www.baseballinwartime.com/player_biographies/berra_yogi.htm)

    Brown, who has worked with everyone from Naomi Campbell to the Bidens, says, “ I watched him be nice to every single person he met. I met Yogi when I was just starting out and seeing how he was in the public eye really helped me navigate the world of being someone who occasionally gets recognised. I learned that how I handle myself when I am meeting someone new really comes down to being nice.”



    Divas Of Tech: Women Who Broke Barriers & Made It Big

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    Women are going places - and there is no denying that.

    From classrooms to boardrooms, many women in the world of technology have proved their merit. Famous names like Debjani Ghosh, Padmasree Warrior and Sheryl Sandberg made it big, and have been an inspiration to the womankind.

    On International Women's Day, here's a list of women who have managed to break the stereotype and carve a niche for themselves.

    (In Pic: From left: Debjani Ghosh, Padmasree Warrior, Sheryl Sandberg)



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