There are people and then there are successful people. While everybody is in the race to succeed, some people just do it much faster and easier than others. These people have certain traits and mindsets that set them up for success and give them a head start in this competitive race. Here are 8 traits…

In a world full of competition, where many take challenges confidently, it may become hard for fresh entrepreneurs to develop (or further develop) innovative ideas and take the correct steps to carry their venture(s) forward. The competition may seem intimidating, but with the kind of technology and resources we have available today, will help any…

Some of us are so good at what we do that we want to do them all! When you own a business, it’s easy to get carried away with wanting to be on top of everything. But this is cause for concern on three points: It talks a lot about the quality of the team…

Dartmouth, Ottawa and Edmonton facilities to provide much needed care for veterans, and first responders suffering from PTSD, trauma and chronic pain The first of the Trauma Healing Centers locations successfully opened its doors in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia in January 2015 and we are now excited to announce the Ottawa and Edmonton clinics opened on March 30th, 2015. Trauma…

When Canadians think of home organization and custom closets, Closets by Design is probably the first name that comes to their mind. Edmonton too has its own very own Closets by Design store. Owned by Darby Bannister, he has been successfully running it for the past 2 years. A former resident of Slave Lake, when…

Ever heard about “the sandwich technique”? No, it has nothing to do with food, but rather it’s about providing feedback to employees. Managers are often uncomfortable giving straight forward constructive feedback and use the “Sandwich” technique to “soften the blow”. The ‘sandwich technique’ is simply giving Positive Feedback -> Negative Feedback -> Positive Feedback. What…