Category Archives: Relationships

Damn Millennials!

“The children now love luxury.  They have bad manners, contempt of authority; they show disrespect for elders and love chatter in place of exercise.”  This quote was from Socrates’ writings more than 2000 years ago. The more things change the … Continue reading

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Meant for Each Other

I see advertisements and articles online that try to educate those who have taken the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® as to which type is your best partner.  I know that curiosity plays a part in people wanting to know if their … Continue reading

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The Power of a Smile

I was at the gas pumps this morning a little frustrated by the inability of the machine to read my card.  A lady at one of the other pumps came by and as she passed, she gave me a smile … Continue reading

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People Skills

The ‘soft skills’ within an organization can be the difference between success and failure.  Many times, soft skills are only thought of in sales situations in which employees are engaging with current or potential customers.  What is sometimes forgotten is … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas

T’is the Season, Christmas is in the air, on the air, in the stores, in the traffic, everywhere! I was asked by my family, “What did I want for Christmas?”  They wanted a list of things they could buy.  I … Continue reading

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Are We Being Nice Enough?

Perhaps it seems like a silly question to ask a Canadian, given our reputation, but are we? Where we might do better is with the tourists and visitors who come to visit and take in our beautiful sights or attend … Continue reading

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Who’s on Your Team?

In board rooms, members of the board are generally chosen based on a set of criteria.  They may see the need to have someone with a financial background, someone with legal expertise, and others who are well connected in the … Continue reading

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