Just as in pre-COVID times, it’s likely that your top talent is driving more results than the general employee population, which would’ve continued during crisis
Success comes in many forms for leaders in their respective fields, and not every everyone ends up exactly where they started off. Take Jason Kim
Sometimes the hardest part of starting a business is not having a community to help educate and guide you on your journey. That’s what City
Why it is important to look the part and how it could be a deal breaker in a business deal. I recently read an article,
Investment and business magnate extraordinaire Mellody Hobson rose from a financially unstable upbringing to become one of the most respected executives in the finance industry.
Accountant-turned-health and fitness expert and professional Eating Psychology practitioner, Nadine Dumas has made a name for herself internationally with her nutrition and fitness regime. From
With so many changes in our lives resulting from the pandemic, there are undoubtedly new challenges ahead. They might involve re-opening businesses, re-launching, or merely adapting to shifts in our personal lives. It is also the time to take a
At the EU Commission’s Innovation Convention in 2014, Anne-Marie Imafidon said, “I do things when I want; I don’t wait for the government, or
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
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’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:
On April 25th, high atop the Toronto skyline, 23-year-old Marisa Lazo sat with her feet dangling off a 12-storey crane, in the middle of the night
“He who loses money, loses much; he who loses a friend, loses much more; he who loses faith, loses all.” –Eleanor Roosevelt Something really
Family – they have your back when times are bad and are there to cheer you on when times are good. When done correctly, people
A quick glance at Social Blade’s Top 500 YouTube People Channels reveals that parenting and child vlogs are the most viewed videos on the medium.
In my seminars and articles, I frequently preach “stress management,” and I always talk about exercise and nutritional methods to manage stress. Today, for
Javed S. Khan, who leads EMpression: A Marketing Services Company, has helped entrepreneurial and corporate clients build their ideas innovatively, by guiding their vision
Daniel Ek, co-founder and CEO of the music streaming service Spotify, was once hailed as the music industry’s destroyer. Now, many are calling him that industry’s saviour. A Head for Business With a real-time net worth of $2.8 Billion on the Forbes list, Ek was making shrewd business moves as young as 13, when he charged his first client
Have you ever had a co-worker or friend who needed everything to be “just so?” Someone who wouldn’t quit until they’d done it all, and done it perfectly? Everyone loves to do a great job and bathe in the praise that comes along with it. But, when taken too far, an intrinsic fear of being “not good enough” can
When Maryam Monsef first stepped onto Canadian soil at 11 years old, her command of English included one sentence: “Hi, my name is Maryam.” A lot has changed since she and her family left their life behind in Afghanistan. Monsef has led an ambitious life with a career rooted in Canadian politics and charitable work, but her success didn’t happen
There’s a lot of talk about the importance of marketing automation these days. But how much of that is hype, and how much is real? The answer largely depends on the sector of your business. In the case of the financial services industry, marketing automation is becoming a key tool for many successful organizations. Marketers in the financial industry
We’re back at work, and the holiday cheer, festive feelings, and relaxed work atmosphere are slowly drifting into memory as we charge into a new year. What’s left is months of long, cold, and mainly dark days. No wonder that 30% of the population will suffer from post-holiday depression and feel unmotivated come January 1. With that in mind,
With a population of over one billion, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that India has a very popular social search engine – Origgon – geared towards the specific needs and interests of its people. What is shocking is that the founder and Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of the company was only 15 when he first created the site.
It’s likely you’ve seen Nutribar, the popular meal replacement bar, on supermarket and grocery store shelves. Launched in 1979, it was also the first nutrition bar sold in Canada. It remains a bestseller in its food category to this day, and a quick, healthy supplement for our busier-than-ever lives. The man who oversees the operations, Jerry Abraham, isn’t merely a