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Planning Events is Simple! But is it Easy?

June 5, 2017 — by Candice lepage Event planning is a funny thing. From the highest level, it’s quite simple:  Decide on the event to hold - a speaker series, a workshop, a gala
 Decide where, and when and how much to charge
 Tell people about it so they come
 Do the event
   Really, it’s just a few steps. But so many traps in...

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Meet Crystal

April 11, 2017 — If money was no issue, what would you do with your time? I would live on a boat. Or at least near the ocean. What's one thing you learned as a teenager that you still use everyday? "Those are shoulders - not earrings", Mr Cuccinelli, my music teacher. I have to actually remind myself to relax every day, and this is the...

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Meet April

April 11, 2017 — If money was no issue, what would you do with your time?  Help more people through Flow, support women locally, do more to support the work of The Hunger Project and be a part of the solution we need in Canada to support our indigenous communities. Maybe also write a book about business as a force for good and do...

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Meet Candice

April 11, 2017 — If money was no issue, what would you do with our time? I'd get an RV and travel the Americas blogging, podcasting and videoing my way. Also, eating my way :-) What's one thing you learned as a teenager that you still use everyday? I had a guidance counsellor who was into mindfulness. Between his exercises and the breathing exercises from my...

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Meet Chris

April 11, 2017 — If money was no issue, what would you do with your time?  I'd not work and go canoeing LOTS more and go to the Banff Film Festival by train for the whole two weeks, and spend more time with senior citizens in this town. And maybe do people's taxes for fun. What's one thing you learned as a teenager that you...

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Meet Laura-Lee

April 11, 2017 — If money was no issue, what would you do with your time? I'd spend my time helping family and friends. What's one thing you learned as a teenager that you still use everyday? You will not like everyone, but you must be nice to everyone. What is your favourite thing about working for a virtual company? Having life balance to be able...

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Meet Lisa

April 11, 2017 — If money was no issue, what would you do with your time?  Travel with my family and more volunteering. What's one thing you learned as a teenager that you still use everyday? A high school math teacher made us learn how to use spreadsheets (anyone else remember Lotus 123?). I have used spreadsheets in all aspects of my life ever since....

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Meet Mary

March 25, 2017 —  If money was no issue, what would you do with your time? A bit of everything. Travel to new and interesting places but also lots of relaxing by the water reading great books and hanging with my kids. What's one thing you learned as a teenager that you still use everyday?  Working hard and acting with integrity will be rewarded.  What...

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Upcoming Payroll and Staff Deadlines

March 13, 2017 — By Lisa Maslove Now that you’ve filed your T4s, it’s time to think about the next payroll-related deadlines. Deadlines Coming Up Annual returns for the Employer Health Tax are due March 15th. This program only applies to employers with a payroll of over $450,000 per year. That's approximately 15 full time staff members. Also, March 31st is the deadline for completing...

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Do Your Emails Get Answers?

February 15, 2017 — By Laura-Lee McKeown Today I am writing about Subject Lines. You know, the space at the top of an email in which a line of text is written that tells you what the email is about. Well that sounds boring doesn’t it? But stick with me! Subject lines are important and very useful. I write a lot of emails in...

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