Navigating Your Career and Reaching Your Career Goals

Fusion Halifax recently hosted ‘Navigating Your Career and Reaching Your Career Goals’, a panel discussion  with three of Halifax’s Business Leaders. Nancy MacCready-Williams, Mark Surrette and Isaiah Olateru, as well as moderator, Andrew Faircloth, sat down for two hours and engaged

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Introducing Rapid Feedback (which is not the name of this horse)

What if there was a way to dramatically and quickly improve individual performance? Whether it be school, work, or play, rapid feedback is a concept that seems foreign in organizations. I thrive off feedback, it makes sense to me. Why do something

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Three things we learned from reading ‘Magnetic Millennial’s Influence On LinkedIn’

Two weeks ago, LinkedIn published a whole infographic worth of data on its 87 million millennial users. Though none will come off as shocking, there are things that are interesting. With LinkedIn’s ability to watch and analyze exact online behaviors, they

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Three takeaways from the Blue Nose Marathon

I participated in the Blue Nose Marathon race weekend, running in the half marathon. To preface, this wasn’t my first half marathon but it was the first where I followed some semblance of a training program. For the last three

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Looking At New Ways To Give Back

  Here’s a stat for your Monday night. Did you know that only 11% of millennial’s take part in charitable giving, compared to over 40% of Baby Boomers. Of course, selfish millennial’s saving their money to buy Xboxes and fancy

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Don’t Follow Passion, Follow Process

Quickly search ‘follow your passion‘ and you get ambushed by results that tell you to not follow your passion, how it will ultimately lead to your demise. I agree. The advice of follow your passion is a bit flimsy, is somewhat unrealistic and

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Take It Easy

So I just found out Glenn Fry passed away. I’d be lying to say that he was my favourite Eagle, but Frey added spunk and pizzazz to group. Sad news yes in a week that has had lots of sad news. David

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Today’s Leadership Lesson : Make Your Bed

I subscribe to the idea of leadership where someone who thinks they are a leader really aren’t. And the ones who try force the idea of being a really good leader miss the mark. It’s not what you say, but what you

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We’re Very Fortunate

A few weeks ago, it happened that two of my pals were heading off to opposite sides of the globe, one for Christmas, the other without a return ticket. And then the following day I flew 8 hours in the

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Intention, Perception, and The Toronto Blue Jays

Holy 2015. What a baseball season. It started off mediocre then went to bad then back to mediocre. But one week in July changed everything and the rest is history or a 43-16 record. After the glass case of emotion that

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