Monthly Archives: December 2014

Ask If not Why

We have always been told to ask “why”. Why would you do this, why did you do that, why do you think or behave in a certain way? Asking someone one else or even yourself “why” is not a bad … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas!

The time you spend with your family and friends today will be the greatest gift you can give! And it doesn’t cost a thing.

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Words of wisdom

In a Globe and Mail article about how Google Wallet, Apple Pay and PayPal are on the early edge of disrupting the traditional banking system there is a quote from Dave McKay, the CEO of the Royal Bank of Canada … Continue reading

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New job titles

Here is another example of how the workplace is changing. Ford has a person in the position of Global Director for Human-Machine Interface. How cool is that! I wonder what qualifications a person needs to get that gig? Part human, … Continue reading

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