During the Industrial Revolution, factories needed to be running around the clock so employees during this era frequently worked between 10-16 hour days. In the 1920s however, Henry Ford, founder of Ford Motor Company, decided to try something different: his Continue reading Episode 123: The short week – productivity in less time
If this podcast were to go silent for 30 seconds, what would you do? Would you immediately switch over to another app, say Facebook, Instagram or Twitter to check what is going on until the podcast came back on air? Continue reading Episode 122: How to Exercise your Brain
Our generation has been dubbed the “Start-up generation”. About one-third of young Canadians want to start their own businesses, according to a recent McGill report. Entrepreneurs are an important part of our economy, not just here in Canada, but around Continue reading Episode 121: Saying No to Toxic Clients
It is impossible to live without failing at something. Unless you live so cautiously that you might as well not have lived at all – in which case, you fail by default. That is a quote from JK Rowling, British Continue reading Episode 120: How to Fail
Career milestones. They shape us, define us, and test us. Career milestones can be good – like getting that promotion you have been aiming for – or bad – like messing up an interview, saying the wrong thing at the Continue reading Episode 119: Career milestones and a Special Anniversary
A common issue our generation is trying to cope with is work-life balance. For our parents’ generation, most people could survive on one income. At the same time, unions were born, giving way to the 9-5 work day. That reality Continue reading Episode 118: What is work-life balance?
In this episode, our hosts discuss the future of PR. Our industry is always changing, as professionals it is important to always be on top of what is new ? not to change our strategy every five minutes, but rather Continue reading Episode 117: The Future of PR
Kristine shares a story about getting caught with an unlicensed image on her blog. She was sent a letter from a lawyer and had to pay a fee. The image was from a post published in 2011, she had just Continue reading Episode #116: Concrete Steps to Help Learn from your Mistakes