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FOCUS: The Art of Knowing What You Think is Real

There is a stoppage in play. The players line up for a face-off. The referee steps in to drop the puck. I lean over the boards and yell at one of my players to shift positions. He moves over five [...]

Things to Know About Bilingual Indigenous Education

Research tells us that bilingual education is the best possible education, but Canadian census results, and parents’ experiences suggest that some Indigenous children educated in an Indigenous [...]

Welcome to the Software-Defined Society

Technology concepts tend to reshape the way we think about business. That’s because more and more business occurs in environments defined by technology. Consider the phrase “software-defined.” It [...]

Are You A Lion Or A Lamb?

If you have read any of my previous articles here at The Canadian Business Journal, you will know that I am very keen on people watching and how this relates to businesses. A great case in point [...]

The Nine Belts to Sales Assassin Mastery

The Sales Assassin is the ultimate master of sales passion and discipline, the Sales Assassin Master (aka SAM) of your own destiny; focused on a results-driven willingness to be prepared to [...]

Survey Finds 76% of Workers Avoid The Office for Important Tasks

In a recent FlexJobs survey with more than 2,600 respondents, half (50%) of people reported that their home–and not the office–is their location of choice to be most productive on [...]

How to Rock Social Selling In 30 Minutes a Day

Have you heard about how effective social selling (aka lead generation) is on LinkedIn? Perhaps you believe it requires a lot of time to get results? I’m going to share how you can see positive [...]

What Holds Canada Back? Protectionism, Corporate Taxes And A Dearth of Innovation

The topic of economic stability has been front and centre not only here in Canada but around the world and especially after the U.S. government began its crusade to revisit and rescind certain [...]

Having The Right Answers When Debt Comes Calling

Debt is a given when it comes to running a small business. It can be a necessary tool when starting, expanding, or simply managing your day-to-day business operations. Yet for many small business [...]

Addressing Atlantic Canada’s Talent Needs Mobile Workforce

The topic of Atlantic Canada’s labour market is often surrounded by commentary about aging boomers and fleeing millennials, both contributing to an imminent talent supply shortage. The premise [...]

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