Our dependence on the internet has been revealed through COVID. Our ability to work remotely has been directly tied to the quality of our internet connection. This is also the
It has been said that the best software developers are capable of producing code in quality and quantity at rates that are ten times (10X) better than the average coder.
2020 has been quite a year. It’s an understatement to suggest it’s one we’ll never forget. On a macro level, it’s been filled with more bad news than good and we’re
The Greek legend of Sisyphus starts with a guy earning the ire of one of their Gods, Zeus. The consequence to Sisyphus is being banished to a lifetime of drudgery
Canadian Astronaut, Chris Hadfield’s book, An Astronaut’s Guide to Life on Earth is well worth the read. It’s a wonderful combination of entertaining and useful. Commander Hadfield has
Brett Wilson of Dragon’s Den fame brought some Heritage Day weekend Hoopla to Lake Windermere in early August. He has a not too shabby lakefront spot upon which he organized
Having paid respect to the 6 Ps of Planning some weeks ago, perhaps we can consider adopting a different set of Ps. Let’s consider the 6 Ps of Pause.
A 2013 Gallup Study regarding employee engagement offered some depressing results for both employees and employers. The study found that 70% of employees reported feeling disengaged from their jobs. That can’t
A few years back, a summer resort town made its mark and landed in the Guinness Book of World Records for having the longest ice skating path in the world.
In a recent note, we discussed that a function of leadership is helping others determine what’s important now. Another way to look at this leadership function is to see