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Life is interesting I will give you that my friends. When one is young everyone wants to be something exciting; police officer, fire fighter, doctor, chef, etc. 660 more words

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Managing food allergies on campus – a guide for post-secondary institutions

Learn about Food Allergy Canada's "Managing Food Allergies and Allergic Reactions: A Guide to Higher Education Institutions" and how it can help your institution…

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Six priceless things I learned the last few days about myself.

Focus on one thing and work it, instead of attempting to succeed in 20. It will feel better. You will feel relaxed. The world will be… 180 more words

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Fandango’s Provocative Question #23

Welcome once again to Fandango’s Provocative Question. Each week I will pose what I think is a provocative question for your consideration. By provocative, I don’t mean a question that will cause annoyance or anger. 226 more words


4 Self-Limiting Statements You Must Stop Saying Today

#1. Stop saying, “I didn’t have time.”

Everyone has enough time. Refusing to accept reality is belligerent insanity.

Two reasons you say, “I didn’t have enough time.”:

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QQ: How do you follow your followers?


QQ: How do you follow your followers?

Okay, so first off – just to clarify – the term ‘followers’ is not a term l particularly like  – as it sounds almost ‘cult like’ – but it is an actuality term – before your audience, become active, engaging and interactive readerships they are ‘followers’. 384 more words


The Future of Organizations According to the Wall Street Journal

The future of organizations depends on skillful, empowered middle-managers. (WSJ – subscription required.)

Successful managers*:

  1. Motivate employees to act.
  2. Engage employees with purpose.
  3. Drive outcomes assertively.
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