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Photo courtesy of Monique Simair Dr. Monique Simair, a leader who is keenly interested in technology, is fascinated by the intersection between science and business.

Isiah Thomas

Isiah Thomas isn’t merely a basketball legend and NBA Hall of Famer, most famous for his 13-year tenure with the Detroit Pistons (1981-82 through 1993-94),

B Corps and Social Good

Profit is no longer the sole driving force for many corporations. Over the last twenty years, B Corporations — or simply, “B Corps” — have

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Photo caption: From left to right, Shamier Anderson, Sheldon James, and Stephan James. Photo courtesy of Sheldon James. The transition of a bootstrapping entrepreneur in

Monique Simair

Photo courtesy of Monique Simair Dr. Monique Simair, a leader who is keenly interested in technology, is fascinated by the intersection between science and business.

Isiah Thomas

Isiah Thomas isn’t merely a basketball legend and NBA Hall of Famer, most famous for his 13-year tenure with the Detroit Pistons (1981-82 through 1993-94),

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Demetrius Harmon: A Positive Influencer

Demetrius Harmon, formerly known by his social media moniker “MeechOnMars,” wants to change what it means to be an influencer. The term, which commonly refers

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Legendary American poet, writer, memoirist, and civil rights activist Maya Angelou once said, “In diversity there is beauty and there is strength”. Propagating the true

How To Create a Cohesive Brand Image

The different elements of your brand should support each other to send a cohesive message. Here’s how you can show your customers what your brand really means.

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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

Mansplaining: What It Is, and How to Avoid It

  Most of us are aware of gender discrepancies in the workplace. Studies show that women are paid less than men for equal work, (women of colour make even less), men are valued for characteristics that women are punished for, such as ambition and toughness, and women are more frequently pressured to choose between family and work life while men

Managing Family and Business

  Starting a business with family is a tricky endeavour. On one hand, you can build your relationship with relatives through hard work and success. But on the other hand, there’s the possibility of creating tension with your kin due to stress, disagreements, or failure. How can you plan for the best outcome while preventing the worst? This guide will

How to Stand Out in a Crowded Market

Sometimes, it seems every great idea is already taken. However, your idea doesn’t need to be new for your business to thrive. Successful companies like Netflix and Warby Parker were, once upon a time, start-ups that stemmed not from producing “the next big thing”, but from understanding what the market needed. Movies and glasses are not new concepts, but the

Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Creating Themed Products for a Good Cause

  October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The signature pink ribbon (and in many ways, the colour pink itself) have long been strongly associated with the cause. Today, an increasing number of companies are incorporating pink in special edition products in association with Breast Cancer Awareness Month. From clothing lines to makeup brands, pink products hit the shelves everywhere each

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

Altered Humanity: How Technology is Changing Us

  Popular sci-fi TV shows like HBO’s Westworld and Netflix’s Altered Carbon explore ideas of what it means to be human in a world of technology that lets a person transfer their consciousness into a cloned or artificial body. It’s natural for viewers to wonder how plausible such advances are. While we may not yet have the ability to upload

‘Job Ghosting’ on the Rise

  A common dating trend has made its way to the workplace. Known as “ghosting,” it involves ending a relationship without communication. There are no texts, emails, or phone calls; people simply disappear. For employers, this means staff members stop showing up for shifts without notice. For recruiters, new applicants go silent during the hiring process. Some will even schedule interviews

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