Tag Archives: Retirement planning

Parlour Games

It is disturbing to me that personality assessments are sometimes being used in a way that devalues their use as a management tool. The prevalence of online personality quizzes that give you a four-letter type looking like a Myers-Briggs Assessment® … Continue reading

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Thinking of Retirement?

When planning for retirement, people usually think of money and getting their financial plan in order.  Certainly that is, and should be, the number one priority.  Without an income in place it would be difficult to enjoy retirement! Few take … Continue reading

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What is Retirement anyway and what does it mean today?

My brother-in-law Gordon suggested this topic to me. I liked it because retirement today looks a lot different than 15 or 20 years ago. The resource industries were fairly healthy and those working in them thought they would retire between … Continue reading

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