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Why the Best Leadership Lesson is Over Your Head!

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Show of hands here: who has attended a leadership course? What if I told you that the best leadership course is available now for a limited time only? Intrigued? What if I also said this course is absolutely free? A tilt of the head and an eyebrow raised suggests you want to hear more, but you hold a skeptical view. …

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It’s About Time….

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Well! It’s about time! Riddle me this… what feels like a weighty burden when it evaporates? Answer: Time. It’s a powerful commodity that globally holds us together. You may not speak Japanese, Finish, or Malagasy, but you know what time to be at the train station for your departure. Time is impossible to capture; you can’t touch it, smell it, taste it, …

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Time to Take the Leap!

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I Double Dog Dare you to Jump-Your Business Depends on it Are you still on the fence? Last week we talked about the virtues of getting up and sitting on the fence. It required you to have enough awareness to realize there is more to business than what you do in your own back yard. If your curiosity had you …

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Why “Sitting on the Fence” is a critical Business Strategy

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Is it just me, or has the term “sitting on the fence” attracted a negative connotation? We are all familiar with the expression, which generally is relegated to infer a lack of action and indecisiveness. Not a typical characteristic one would strive to embody if focused on being successful in business, and yet I would argue that it is a …

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Small Business’ Secret Weapon!

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What do the flush toilet, the laser, and infant incubators have in common? They were borne out of collaboration. The original idea, it might be argued, may have come from an individual, but it didn’t become a functioning idea with a valuable purpose until more minds got involved. The first functioning flush toilet dates back to 1596, when Sir John …

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How to be The New Black

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  Are you the “New Black”? You should be! There is a palpable tension in the workplace these days. As the Oil and Gas slowdown ripples into other businesses, people sense that their workplace has become a reality show where they are fearful of being “voted off the island.” The fear can be paralyzing. “What if I make a mistake?” …

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Time to Drop the Ball…

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Time to Drop The Ball So something happened this week, something that really frosted by parsnips, and it wasn’t the dip in the overnight low. I picked up a scent in the air that literally took my breath away. It was the acrid odor of defeat. I had been hunting for a place to park for a meeting that I …

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What to Do When Facing a Three-Way

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Do you really know whom you’re getting into bed with? Why does talking about three-ways, make people uncomfortable? It seems that everyone is so self-conscious about what others might think. If they voice their opinion, they’ll feel the wrath of judgment. Well, not me. I have investigated the topic, and on October 19th, I am definitely voting for… Wait a …

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I’ve Got That Déjà Vu Feeling…

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I’ve got that déjà vu feeling…and it’s a good thing! I feel it everywhere I go; it’s in the air, that all too familiar sensation that exclaims ‘Yes, I have definitely been here before’. No it’s not the fact that we are once again experiencing a change in the season. As glorious as autumn is, we really can only observe …

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Labour Day: Not Just Another Long Weekend

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Labour Day: Not Just Another Long Weekend It’s not quite the same as heralding in the New Year, but Labour Day traditionally marks the passing of time. It represents the transitioning of seasons, as this long weekend has become known as…”summer’s last hurrah!”, where picnics, BBQ’s and road trips all get crammed into three day’s. The arrival marks a bittersweet …

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