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Glory

You get to teach people how to be really, really ridiculously good looking. Models get to experience glory when they use their careers as a platform to give back. For instance, Christie Brinkley uses her fame to support End Hunger Network, Red Cross, Greenpeace, Standing for Truth about Radiation, the Cousteau Society, and UNICEF's Art and Entertainment Support Committee. In addition, she visited refugee camps in Bosnia, Macedonia, and Kosovo. If teaching people how to look good in a $3,000 dollar Dolce & Gabanna coat doesn't float your boat, you can find glory using your fame for giving back.

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