When Life Flashes Before Your Eyes

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Today was an interesting day. It was going very well, until I began the journey home. It didn’t feel right from the beginning. From the hotel entrance, I got into the truck and headed for Toronto’s Pearson Airport en route to Victoria, BC. I thought to myself, “Did he just slur the word luggage?” I […]

Amidst Uncertainty the Inuksuk Surfaces

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I can recall with fond memory many of the class projects I worked on while attending elementary school. The exploding volcano might have packed too much of a punch for poor Mrs. Guyatt though. I’ve never seen grey hair instantly turn white like that. Perhaps my favourite one had me researching and writing a speech […]

Hierarchy for the Sake of Hierarchy is Simply Being Gutless

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The family and I were ‘out and about’ on a lovely, sun drenched Mother’s Day this past weekend. Denise was celebrating her 11th Mother’s Day but if you do the math properly, she’s been a mom now to the three goats for a cumulative total of 27 years. You’ll figure it out in a moment. […]

Employee Access to Social Media in the Workplace Decreases

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Founded in 1875, Proskauer is a global law firm providing a wide variety of legal services to clients worldwide. You might find it odd for a law firm, but they’re really interested in social media too. What a refreshing change. The firm recently published the third version of its “Social Media in the Workplace Global […]

Take a Chance on You

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The early 1980’s saw me suffer through horrors of unimaginable proportions. As an eight through twelve-year old boy, our family car was none other than the Ford Country Squire station wagon. Yes, it was a magic bucket of bolts on four sturdy wheels replete with … wait for it … fake exterior wood paneling. The […]