This section features our cover article, which reflects on subjects relevant to contemporary life. In June, we tell the incredible story of Formiga, the soccer player who has played the most games for the women's Brazilian National Team. At 41 years old, she is giving her all at her seventh World Cup, taking place this month in France, where she is representing the strength and drive of women's soccer. She intends to continue on the field after retiring by donning a coach's jersey.
Work, productivity, behavior and entrepreneurship are also featured in this section. We chat with several regular people full of goodwill who are the creators of projects that encourage donations to good causes and improve the lives of a number of people from a wide variety of backgrounds. In spite of being seen as a generous place, Brazil is ranked near the bottom of the list of countries with populations that give to good causes. So, we try to find out: what's keeping Brazilians from giving more? We also tell the story of administrator Tamy Lyn, creator of MoObie, a car sharing startup that has more than 300,000 registered users. Tamy is striving to reduce the number of cars on the road and help drivers complement their income.