The Art of Luck

That I’m lucky in life goes without saying. I live in the best country in the world, I have a loving family, a wonderful husband, a roof over my head and food in my fridge. Yep, I won the life lottery, and for that, I’m grateful every single day. When it comes to “luck” in...CONTINUE READING
Category:about life

Adding More Structure to My Workday: An Experiment

I’ve heard it said that when it comes to success in business, you live or die by your calendar. Striking a balance between client work, marketing work, admin work, and “me” work has always been a struggle for me. I go into my days with a solid to-do list and tend to accomplish much –...CONTINUE READING

Improve Your Social Media Strategy With This

Strategy. It’s the fundamental piece of your desire to do social media well. Everywhere you look, consultants of all shapes and sizes are telling you that you need a strategy or you won’t succeed. I mostly believe that. However, I also believe that a lot of strategies are misguided. It’s about much more than just...CONTINUE READING

How Social Media Has Evolved

I’ve been using social media since 2006 when I started this blog. I got on Twitter in 2007 and was one of the first million users of the platform. For 11 years I’ve been fascinated by social media, and I’ve managed to integrate it into my work with Algonquin College as a professor, as well as Jester Creative, as a...CONTINUE READING
Category:social media

Why I Teach

My friend David asked me the other day, “How did you get into teaching and why do you continue to do it?”. It’s an interesting question, and one that I don’t often consider. Teaching is just something I’ve always done. My first experience with teaching, albeit rather informally, was when I worked for Skyline Cablevision/RogersTV...CONTINUE READING
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