Personality Tools: Myers-Briggs versus Enneagram

  Featured Whistler Question newspaper column, November 14, 2017: Personality Tools: Myers-Briggs versus Enneagram   For almost seventy-five years, the Myers-Briggs personality inventory has made Carl Jung’s theory of psychological types useful in people’s lives. The theory’s essence is that random variation in behavior is actually quite orderly and consistent, being due to basic differences […]

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How to Find The Perfect Job

Featured Whistler Question newspaper column, October 31, 2017: How to Find the Perfect Job Whistler’s employee shortages may put job seekers in a favorable position but showcasing yourself in the best possible light to potential employers will go a long way to securing a role that fits you perfectly. To do just that, here is […]

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How to Win Awards for Your Business

  Featured Whistler Question Newspaper Column, October 17, 2017: How to Win Awards for Your Business   October is Small Business Month. This annual celebration recognizes the important contributions entrepreneurs make to the BC economy and to their local communities. Small businesses (those with less than 50 employees) comprise 98% of all businesses in British Columbia. […]

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Recruitment & Retention for Small Business

Featured Whistler Question Column, October 3, 2017: Recruitment & Retention for Small Business October is Small Business month in British Columbia. BC Statistics released their annual 2016 Small Business Profile reporting that approximately 388,500 small businesses were operating in BC in 2015, representing 98 per cent of all businesses in the province. British Columbia ranked […]

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How To Make Good Decisions

Featured Whistler Question newspaper column, September 19, 2017: How To Make Good Decisions A few weeks ago, the company that is contracted to maintain our local roads made a bad decision. Deciding to simultaneously repair two pieces of pavement several miles apart snarled traffic all day. The reason for the initial decision was based on efficiencies but […]

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10 Strategies for Happy Mompreneurs

Featured Whistler Question column, September 5, 2017: 10 Strategies for Happy Mompreneurs And just like that, Labour Day is over and the fall routine kicks in. Many parents welcome the opportunity to control their days again but for self-employed entrepreneurs with kids, it’s often extra pressure to manage their dual responsibilities. ‘Mompreneur’ is a trendy […]

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Wellness at Work

Featured Whistler Question newspaper column, August 22, 2017: Wellness at Work Poor air quality from the recent fires pushed many of us indoors on the west coast and served as a reminder how blessed we are to have a natural playground in our backyards. Whistler is a mecca for outdoor activity and breaking away from […]

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Social Media and Online Defamation

Whistler Question newspaper column, August 8, 2017: Social Media and Online Defamation Have you noticed that communication on social media can be nasty and disrespectful? For whatever reason, people post comments to each other in condescending tones that belittle the opinions of others. And although it may be worse when those interacting don’t know each […]

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How To Write A Mission Statement That Matters

  Featured Whistler Question newspaper column, July 25, 2017: How To Write A Mission Statement That Matters   You’ve heard of Mark Zuckerberg, right? You know – the guy who co-founded Facebook, transformed media and is currently ranked by Forbes as the fifth richest person in the world with a net worth of approximately US $63.3 […]

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How to Stay Focused at Work During the Summer Heat

Featured Whistler Question newspaper column, July 11, 2017: How to Stay Focused at Work During the Summer Heat Have you had trouble focusing on work lately? With British Columbia experiencing sunshine and hot temperatures, the struggle to focus is rooted with very real science. Research shows that shifts in core body temperature can have significant effects […]

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