How to Hack Your Charisma

Do you ever observe charismatic people work a room and wish you could be as magnetic? This article will reveal how you can hack your charisma to be more effective, attractive and powerful.

Jul 8 · 4 min read >

6 Ways to Land Your Dream Job

Spending over a decade in the marketing and public relations industry, a large portion of my job is spent in recruiting and retaining talent. I have a modern approach to leadership and believe in getting the right people on the bus and empowering them to...

Apr 21 · 3 min read >

Why You Need To Care About Your Personal Brand

One of the consequences of our culture of oversharing is that it can breed narcissism, an insatiable appetite for validation by “likes” and a breeding ground for attention seeking.

Aug 27 · 3 min read >

How To Woo The Hearts Of Millennials

If Millennials are unhappy with your service they feel it’s their responsibility and duty to vent… publicly

Jun 26 · 2 min read >

How To Succeed in the Corporate World

I was part of the closing keynote at the Beyond Pink Young Women in Business Conference on how to succed in the corporate world.

Jul 11 · 2 min read >

The New Working Woman

I was honoured to speak along side, Lisa Von Strumer, CEO of Growing City & "Dragon's Den" Tamer at The Founder's Collective. Our topic of discussion was the 'new working woman'. Here are some key points discussed at the event: Definition of the new working woman...

Jun 28 · 2 min read >

Choose to Win

Choose to win. Choose to be better, every day. Try harder -- put in the effort and the hard work to make things happen for you. Aim further. If you settle for less or put a limit to how far you can go -- you...

Jul 14 · 1 min read >

Choose a Winning Attitude

When interacting and speaking to successful leaders, I’ve noticed a strong commonality. Regardless of industry, upbringing, or culture, these leaders share a similar disposition:  a positive attitude, a refusal to allow external variables dictate their mood and a tenacious appetite for excellence. Are these people...

Apr 8 · 2 min read >

The Unspoken Rule of Reciprocity

There is an unspoken rule of reciprocity that people either a) respect and participate in b) are oblivious to or c) choose to ignore. It is arguable that the people in both group “b” and “c” should fall under the same category, but I’ll leave...

Mar 25 · 2 min read >

Etiquette in a Digital World

In our digital world of tweets, pokes and pings, it’s easy to forget about the basics of etiquette. After all, when you can do just about anything with a click of a button, from banking to shopping to dating – the time spent practicing real,...

Nov 24 · 2 min read >

Getting Started in Your Career

So you’ve graduated and your last four years of classes, exams and essays seem exciting next to trying to find your first career position. Your resume is blank aside from some previous retail or serving stints, and you don’t know where to start. Sound familiar?...

Nov 10 · 3 min read >

“Free” for Thought

"If I get to pick what I want to do, then it's play... if someone else tells me that I have to do it, then it's work.” -Patricia Nourot For every lasting relationship, whether that be a business, romantic or platonic one, there must be...

Sep 29 · 2 min read >