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Strategizing Debt to Your Advantage

Many companies use debt to get ahead, utilizing benefits like tax deductions on interest payments to leverage their businesses to help them expand and meet

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Work environments and office settings looked very different this year for most people globally, having to transition to work remotely due to the repercussions of

Paloma Lev: Coaching to Create Confidence

Paloma Lev’s entrepreneurial career began when she was just 19, and she’s now the founder of a bustling online community, Sell Anything with Badass Confidence:

Strategizing Debt to Your Advantage

Many companies use debt to get ahead, utilizing benefits like tax deductions on interest payments to leverage their businesses to help them expand and meet their daily operation expenses. There are many advantages to using debt to manage your corporate

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Work environments and office settings looked very different this year for most people globally, having to transition to work remotely due to the repercussions of

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Lisa Pasquin

Transiting from a stable job at a large public relations and communication agency to taking a risk as a new mother to launch a ‘one-woman-band’

Shelley Niro: A Multi-Dimensional Artist

Award-winning multidisciplinary artist Shelley Niro is a true multimedia artist working across various media including photography, filmmaking, painting, sculpting, and beadwork. A member of the

The Social

The Fall/Winter 2020 issue of The Edge: A Leader’s Magazine features the hosts of CTV’s The Social. Read our exclusive interviews with Melissa Grelo, Cynthia Loyst, Marci Ien, Lainey Lui, and Jess Allen.  

Available in all Indigo, Chapters, Coles, and select book stores across Canada.

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How to Deal with Robocallers

The phone rings and the lure of opportunity compels you to answer it. You say hello but, instead of a voice there’s only silence… and

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Artificial Award Shows

  January is the month-long lull that no one looks forward to after the holiday excitement is over. The dreary climate can take a toll

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Yahaya Baruwa: Stories of a Dreamer

  Yahaya Baruwa is a Nigerian-born, Toronto-based author and entrepreneur. Having decided on his path at just 21, Baruwa launched his own publishing company, Tapestry House Publishing, to release his own work. In 2010, his first novel, Struggles of a Dreamer, was released to critical acclaim, and in 2015 he released the second part of his ambitious trilogy, Tunde. He

Paula Morand: Bold Courage, Bold Vision

Paula Morand is an award-winning keynote speaker, author, and visionary. An entrepreneur herself, Paula has brought her wisdom, wit, and energy to bear in her more than two decades of experience. Morand has ignited individuals, organizations, and communities to lead change, growth, and impact, and to reach for success. She was previously featured in The Edge where she discussed her

Establishing a Charitable Organization for Your Business

  Setting up a charity makes good business sense. While many business owners and entrepreneurs often make charitable contributions throughout the year, setting up your own unique charity is an option that shouldn’t be overlooked. Not only can your charity make a difference for those in need, it can also heighten the profile of your business and contribute to additional

The Biology of Empowerment and the Psychology of Success

  “Excellence is an art won by training and habituation. We do not act rightly because we have virtue or excellence, but we rather have those because we have acted rightly. We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act but a habit.” – Aristotle As we near the Fall of 2018, how many of your New

The Benefits of Investing in Continuing Education for Employees

  As businesses continue to strategize about growing in size and strength, finding and retaining employees is a crucial factor. Many companies look at hiring staff as investing in their potential. An entry-level position, if the successful candidate should stay with the organization for many years, can yield significant long-term benefits for both parties. Some staff may start out in

The Shame of Vacation Shaming

  For decades, the North American dream was to work hard, make a name for yourself, and most importantly, make money. Several financial crises later, however, many of us have learned that money isn’t everything, and that working yourself ragged doesn’t always guarantee that you’ll get ahead. “Vacation shaming” is a new workplace trend that’s making employees work harder and

Streaming War: How Disney Plans to Climb to the Top

The Disney and Netflix partnership was destined to revolutionize the entertainment landscape. Both had much to gain. Disney exposes a large audience to their most popular franchises while Netflix attracts growing number of subscribers. But if there’s one thing about Disney that people should know by now, it’s that they are not a company willing to play second fiddle in

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