Why is it that, as consumers, our initial reaction to most sales pitches is usually “it’s too good to be true”? We’ve probably been burned in the past or recognize just how hard it is to deliver on the promise of consistent, above average client satisfaction. Consumers are often skeptical for good reason. But we […]Read More Too Good to Be True?
In today’s world, balance can be a polarizing subject. Some of us value 9 to 5 jobs that allow us the opportunity to re-charge, spend time with family, and maintain healthy, active lifestyles. Others believe the secret to living a happy, fulfilled life, is the growth we can get only from outworking the crowd. Nine-to-fivers […]Read More What Does Balance Mean to You?
The new year brings with it a fresh start and the opportunity to either start anew or build upon the success of the prior year. Unfortunately, research suggests that 80% of people give up on their resolutions by the 2nd week of February! So, how do we avoid missing the targets we set for ourselves […]Read More New Year: Goals > Resolutions
The below is a post on Online Defamation Law by CEO Law’s Shan Alavi. Online Defamation -The Future Requires More Shan Alavi is a technology lawyer working in private practice through Legal Minds Professional Corporation and practising in association with CEO Law Canada. He is General Counsel to LoopMD, a health-tech startup. He is also […]Read More Online Defamation: The Future Requires More
Canada has had a busy fall in regards to free trade agreements. The USMCA negotiations concluded at the end of September and it is set to be signed at the end of November 2018. Last week Canada was also one of the first countries to ratify the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement on Trans Pacific Partnership […]Read More ‘Tis the Season for Trade Agreements