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Slow Economy and Developing a New Business

If you want to be on the leading edge of innovation, there is no easier time to get there than when the competition for the edge is relaxed.

Business and Karma – An Ethical Decision

The past can come back to bless you, or haunt you. Without a crystal ball to predict when the past will return, you’re better off erring on the side of caution and always being ethical and upfront with your actions.

What would you like me to write about

I’m currently looking for some topics to write about that would be of interest to people seeking career advice, small business owners, and general advice relating to business. What would you like to see written about?

Post Parnasa Fest Toronto II

Last night was the second round of Parnasa Fest in Toronto. While the turnout at the event could have been better (about 30 – 40 people came), it did teach me something new about small networking events. At a small networking event, you will have the opportunity to speak to every person in the room. […]

Tradition and Change

Finding the balance between sticking to the tried-and-true methods and putting forward some risk in accepting change is what will make the difference between surviving and realizing your true potential.

Business Research in Canada

Landing a small contract today to advise a small business on a common problem may not pay the bills. But if that client sees the benefit of your advise, they will return with a larger contract once the business has grown, and that is what will increase the volume of R&D business in Canada.

Benefits of a Mentor

Are you running a small business? If you don’t already have a mentor, here’s why you should start looking for one.

Decision Making Process

In any company or business, there is a process for making decisions. It may not be a formal or rigid process, or perhaps not a very complex process, but it exists. For example, a decision to switch brands of coffee might be made by Joe, who is the one who stocks the kitchen. A decision […]