A Dilbert cartoon from January 1995 presented the pain of being micromanaged. Dilbert is being directed by his boss in great detail. Dilbert’s boss is critiquing a memo and Dilbert
Welcome to 2020. January is the time for resolutions. It’s always a good idea to give some thought to what your goals are for the coming year as well as
The world seems to be full of great advice. How To’s infest the internet like wasps to a garbage can outside the ice cream shop in summer time. Experts abound
I was recently introduced to a book written for young kids called, “The Dot”, written by Peter Reynolds. It is a short read with lots of pictures, and, maybe, a
Insurance brokers are facing challenges throughout the country. In Alberta, pain is especially acute. Insurers, hamstrung by government imposed rate caps, are frustrating insureds with making access to coverage difficult.
As we wind down our March or Spring break seasons, maybe some of us are returning from a week of sun and spirits somewhere deep South? Hopefully, we all have
There’s plenty of trite “wisdom” offering platitudes like “the main thing is to keep the main thing the main thing”. Even if there is truth to the statement, it isn’t
In 1899, Elbert Hubbard, a US publisher penned a “throwaway” article after a conversation with his son. He was simply looking to produce some content for a coming publication. The