The RCMP are taking a radical look at their recruitment strategy — including the possibility of ditching credit checks and allowing people with criminal backgrounds in — to help them rebuild their depleted ranks. — Read on http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/rcmp-recruitment-gender-1.4954015 Wow! This got my imagination going in all directions! Something about this feels connected to the fundamental … Continue reading Short-staffed RCMP look at lifting ban on recruits with criminal records | CBC News
According the fine folks at WP, I've been blogging daily for over two years, 526 days straight, in fact, without missing a single day. Now, I don't know if that's a big deal in the blogging world, but it feels damn impressive to myself. So, along with the message of my up until now unbroken … Continue reading To Break My Streak Or Not???
I'm up at the beautiful Mont Gabriel Resort & Spa (www.montgabriel.com) for the annual QCNA Gala. I'm so grateful to be able to help my dear friend Richard and support English local newspapers in Quebec by offering some artwork to their silent auction. The weather is gorgeous, the hotel is alive with people, and the … Continue reading Ready for the QCNA silent Auction!
Dear Friends, I have to start with this loaded question… Would you like to make a little extra income each month? Well, I’m doing it on Goread! Check this GoRead Buzz Video. First, let me tell you why you might not want to use GoRead. It’s a social media platform that requires you to write … Continue reading Earning Extra Cash?!? – It’s not magic. It’s not a lottery. It’s just good clean work, folks.
This past week I was fortunate enough to attend a training conference in Las Vegas with my amazing wife and a bunch of friends we made through our Social Marketing Business. While, I’m not going to elaborate on that business in this article, I invite you to reach out to me if you are interested in … Continue reading The Best Leadership Tip: Lead From The Front!
Law #8 - Maintaining a winning perspective Chapter 9 of T. J. Hoisintton’s “If You Think You Can” starts with this amazing statement: “In the real world, moments of devastation are likely to come your way… It’s part of the process. Consequently, setbacks drive some to fight harder. For others, it provides a reason to … Continue reading The Ultimate Optimism
... to my multitude of interests! Start with taking a look at my ever growing Pinterest account which has 70 distinct boards with over 12,000 Pins, and I'm sure I could easily sub-categorize them even further into strong interests. I really believe that if I could split myself in 70 I could possibly find time to … Continue reading Odds & Ends – I Surrender…
Are you ready to create the life you’ve imagined? NOW HIRING Hi, my name is Sawsan and I’m grateful to be part of a growing team of amazing people. We’re looking for that special someone to join our team. A Someone who either sees themselves now, or would like to see themselves as the following: … Continue reading Helping Others – Opportunity Matchmaker
I have been a little stressed this week about not having a daily posting from a 30 day challenge. And I didn't post on Thursday or Friday, sorta. These are my reasons; you can judge me, if you must. Chances you will judge me less harshly than I do myself, so have at it! This … Continue reading Odds & Ends – Refueling or Procrastinating? Judge for yourself!
This has been a great challenge for me. Partially because I hadn’t decided exactly what I wanted to do, I wasn't sure how I could ask for it, or didn’t know where to find it, and/or I was focused only on what I didn’t want to do. Carl Jung said “What you resist persists.” You can … Continue reading Odds & Ends – Do I need to redefine myself in order to get a J.O.B?