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Referrals: 3 Ways to Improve Your Success Rate (Part II)

In Part I of this article, we covered 3 diagnostic questions for understanding the current health of your referral base: How long have you been in business? How many referrals are you getting now? Are they always appropriately qualified? Now, it’s time to learn how to significantly increase referrals … without asking! Unsolicited referrals are […]

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That Was Easy!?

Have you found reaching your current level in your career was easy?  Some may say yes, but for most individuals the answer will be a big whopping NO! While we want to continue growing our careers, whether that is gaining more responsibility or transitioning into a new role, we can be impatient and easily frustrated. […]

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Be Memorable, Be Remembered

With my education finally in the rearview, I found this moment to be a critical juncture, not only to reflect on my own career goals, but to reflect on the qualities and elements that have allowed me to successfully get to this point (of course, with some teeth-pulling and face-in-pillow-screaming along the way!). I had […]

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Referrals: 3 Ways to Improve Your Success Rate

When is the right time to ask for a referral? What is the right way to ask for a referral? How can I improve my technique in asking for referrals? These are questions I get asked on a regular basis and it’s a topic that I’m passionate about, so read on to learn more about […]

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Event Review: SHOULDERS OF TITANS – Joo Kim Tiah

On Thursday night, I had the pleasure of attending the Shoulders of Titans event, hosted by the Vancouver Entrepreneurs Group. Being my first interaction with this group I had no idea what to expect. I only knew that the key speaker was Joo Kim Tiah, the man behind the $360 Million Dollar Trump Tower project […]

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Event Review: GradusOne Launch Event

Last week I had the opportunity to attend the launch event for GradusOne, a new program designed to help young adults navigate the various steps towards a fledgling career. Co-founders Sam Thiara and Manny Padda have endeavoured to create a program that facilitates the success of young adults through mentorship, career-oriented workshops, panels, and networking. […]

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7 Ways You’re Sabotaging Your Career Without Knowing It

When I casually picked up a copy of Lois P. Frankel’s book Nice Girls Still Don’t Get the Corner Office – Unconscious Mistakes Women Make that Sabotage their Careers, I had no idea just how much it would resonate with me and impact the way I think and act at work. In this book, Frankel lists 133 […]

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Change Your Job or Change Yourself?

This just in: millions of people around the globe are disengaged at work. Disengaged, unproductive, unmotivated – all business speak for unhappy people in workplaces.  Are you an unhappy worker? Here’s our quick 3 step litmus test to see if you too, are disengaged at work: 1. Daily Dread: Does the prospect of having to […]

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Event Review: Internet Masterminds Meetup

New to the world of sales, I was unsure of what to expect from the Internet Mastermind’s Meetup on How to Get Targeted Traffic to Your Big Ticket Items, with Bill Hugall. In all honesty I was half-expecting to walk into a room full of intimidating professionals, with whom I’d have nothing in common. Instead, I […]

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Event Review: F.W.E. ‘Get Social’ Annual Gala

It was my first time attending the F.W.E. (Forum for Women Entrepreneurs) Annual Fundraising Gala event though I had heard many great things, and I was not disappointed. Entering the pre-event cocktail reception I was impressed by the caliber of Businesswomen (and men!) who were in attendance. The ever busy Premier Christy Clark even made […]

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6 Secrets to ‘Sudden’ Success

“No great thing is created suddenly.” – Epictetus We know this to be true, but do you know the reality behind … The 6 Secrets of ‘Sudden’ Success Success can appear to come suddenly, but that is rarely the case. Success doesn’t just materialize out of thin air. We have become an impatient culture. With […]

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Unconventional Networking

Being that I’m not a natural “Type A” personality, I’ve always seemed to do things unconventionally, networking included. Part of my need to do things differently than the norm is that I want to be authentic and real. I don’t want people to feel like they are just the next person on my list to […]

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3 Ways To Show Your Employees Some Love This Valentine’s Day

It’s hard not to forget that Valentine’s Day isn’t just a day for lovers, it can also be a day to show appreciation for those in your personal and professional life (remember sending all those ‘friendly’ Valentine’s in the 3rd grade?). But, particularly in the workplace, you want to be very careful that this ‘appreciation’ […]

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How to supplement career development in your job

At any point in your career, it’s good to have some career goals in mind that you’d like to achieve at the current company you’re working for. These goals could be anything from a promotion, more responsibility, leading a project from start to finish ,or coming in under budget at year end.  The following are […]

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Tips to Help you Focus when Networking

I was hiking the other day and consumed by my own thoughts and the beauty of the forest around me I almost tripped, several times. So for the rest of the hike I focused on what was in front of me to avoid any possible fall. Later that day I began thinking, do I focus […]

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Work at Play

As adults, acknowledging the role of play is often lost if not completely forgotten. Maybe it’s because it feels too childish, or silly. Maybe it’s because the word is associated with an irresponsible use of time. The concept of play was a resounding theme during my first semester at the Centre for Digital Media. There […]

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The 4 Players You Need

When we work with others, we often discover that not everyone plays the game the same way we do. This often results in conflict and tension so, if you want your team to perform, you really need to recognize — The 4 Players You Need for Your Team to Succeed Every team has a cast of players, […]

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Networking Effectively in 2015

As the ominous date of January 1st looms closer and closer, I am forced to reflect on the year that has passed. I long ago began burying my head in the sand and suppressing the urge to ruminate on the multiple ways in which I can become a bigger, better 2015 me. However, try as […]

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