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
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 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.
The snow packing beneath our ski boots offered a steady crunching sound as we tirelessly, trudged towards the still stopped ski lifts. The heart of winter offered no warmth and
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
What’s the Future with Insurance? There’s no shortage of opinions.Leaders of several international insurance companies and other industry “experts” – were asked in 2017: What major changes do you see
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
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