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"The decision to hire Leanne was by far the best decision we made as a new start up company. Leanne has assisted us through all our ups and downs, trials and tribulations, going beyond what would normally be expected." - MoJo Design

Chances Vs Calculated Risks

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            “So do ya feel lucky…Well? Do ya?” The famous Clint Eastwood line kept running though my mind while I watched the blackjack dealer place the Ace of Spades on his Jack of Diamonds. “21-House Wins!” The exasperated player ran his fingers through his hair, threw back the remains of his drink and pushed himself …

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How Fit is Your Business for the Future

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  How Fit is Your Business for the Future? I love to get out and enjoy the fresh air. Movement seems to unlock mental blocks for me, and I usually come back with a new perspective for a perplexing conundrum. As I was sharing this viewpoint with a friend that was training for a triathlon, it occurred to me that …

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Committing to Success Is More Than Just An Idea

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I used to feel that fear was a fickle traveling companion; constantly present yet quietly lurking in the corners as an unnoticed observer, making its presence known when it was least appreciated.  With relentless intensity, it would appear at the crux of an important decision. Decisions that seemed so exciting and carefree when viewed from a distance became challenging and …

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Are You Ready for Your Summit?

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  “Are you ready?” Those words were about to have a new meaning to me. In the past I had uttered them flippantly for circumstances less impactful than this: Standing at the base camp of Mt. Kilimanjaro, under a cloudless night sky, with a spectacular array of stars illuminating the steep climb ahead. This was a moment I would never …

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Managing Your Baggage on the Road to Success

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  Packing for the Road to Success: The road to success- be it personal or business- requires you to pack lightly and leave excess baggage behind. I have had my share of packing experiences over the years, and more often than not I have included more than I’ve needed. I’ve been known to pack a down-filled ski jacket as well …

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Handling Seasons of Extremes

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In our lives the changing of the seasons are periods we expect and learn to react to in order to maintain a sense of balance. We replenish the sunscreen supplies, purchase electric fans, and conversely prepare our vehicles with winter tires to do battle in the cold. But how do you prepare your business for the changing seasons? Some businesses …

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Anyone Up For An Obstacle?

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Let’s have a show of hands: Who here thinks it would be great to sail through life without any obstacles? … Bueller? Bueller? (Sorry, a little ‘80’s flashback moment there.) Since I can’t see you right now, and you can’t see me, let me tell you that I did not raise my hand, because I am personally intrigued by obstacles. …

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interview techniques to land that perfect job

2 Critical Interview Techniques that can help you land that perfect job

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– and that most people completely forget to do! I bet right now you know at least 5 people that are considering a change in employment. In fact you may be one of them. I have the opportunity to connect with people who are on both sides of the interview fence- so to speak. On one side, businesses looking to …

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Quote: Outside The Lines

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“If you are going to colour outside the lines, Be prepared to explain yourself… Because people are going to want to know how you did it!” ~ Leanne Brownoff

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Can you communicate too much?

Can you communicate too much?

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That is a good question! A practical question! A question I was sure I had the answer to. However it seemed I had the “other” answer. The host of the event had posed the question to a panel representing the Business Community. These remarkable individuals had been sharing their experiences- their trials and tribulations, as it were, that helped to …

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