Dear Readers: This story represents a departure in that it was written not by me, but by someone who lived and died in the last century. Happy Halloween. Many years ago, on my way from Hong Kong to New York, I passed a week in San Francisco. A long time had gone by since I […]
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Earlier this summer, I was inspired by the devilish number 66 on a list of The 100 Best Ways to Become a Better Writer. Rack up rejections. The phrasing and sentiment behind the idea played over and over in my mind and I was captivated by it. I started imagining…
We all know iTunes has taken some serious heat about being difficult to use and has even been called bloatware due to it’s expansion from a program that plays media to an e-commerce and marketing platform. All negativity aside, I’m really impressed with the learning opportunities that are now available on iTunes. iTunesU Here are […]
Recruiters love LinkedIn. In fact, if a recruiter finds your resume on Monster or Workopolis, there’s a good chance they’ll also look you up on LinkedIn. Does that mean job seekers should send connection invitations to recruiters they don’t know? The answer is yes — and no.
Our Mom gave us the most wonderful gifts — a love of reading and a thirst for pragmatic knowledge. I reminded her today of the time she and Dad decided a bathroom window needed to be replaced. Dad can rebuild your car’s engine, change the oil, and give it a wash and wax before you’ve […]
Courage has nothing to do with bravery and everything to do with living your life with heart. It means admitting mistakes and dropping the “take me as I am” approach in favour of being vulnerable and open to change.