“All Things Being Equal”

Cindy Stradling, Executive Director of “Courage in Action” - Mar.24,2022

The IWD 2022 campaign theme: #BreakTheBias focused on gender equality.  This is when people of all genders have equal rights, responsibilities and opportunities.

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Entertain yourself and BRIDGE The Gap with RaRa

Kathryn "RaRa" Asaro Mayers, Executive, Send Out Cards (2009), Founder & CEO, THE BRIDGE (2010), Co-Founder, Gratitude Girls (2013) - Feb.23,2022

What are your Rituals? Wake up, Be Present. Meditate, Stretch our Body & Mind, Nourish, Navigate, Gasm, Self Regulate, Rest, Sleep & Dream.

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Are Marketers Born or Made?

Laural Carr, Founder and CEO, Impagination Inc. - Feb.22,2022

Are we born to be marketers, or do we become marketers
because of the choices we make… or is it a combination of both?

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Brain Fog is Real.

Teresa Isabel Dias BSc Pharm, RPh, NCMP - Feb.22,2022

Menopause is the end of ovulation, menstruation, and fertility.  But your ovaries don’t shut down over night; they age slowly.  In perimenopause, the years leading up to menopause, they work unpredictably.  Your sexual hormones, estrogen and progesterone, fluctuate and you may experience many physical, cognitive, and emotional changes.

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The Pomodoro Method

Francine Dick, CFP, RIS, EPC - Feb.22,2022

The pomodoro method or pomodoro technique is a tried-and-true productivity system that has been around for decades.

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All the Best Laid Plans

Judi Hughes, Your Planning Partners - Jan.26,2022

“The best big idea is only going to be as good as its implementation.” ~ Jay Samit 

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When Is the Best Time to Take CPP?

Francine Dick, CFP, RIS, EPC Carte Wealth Management Inc. - Dec.23,2021

You can take your Canada Pension Plan benefit as early as 60 or as late as 70. What are the benefits and disadvantages of taking it early or late?

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Taking Control of your Financial Future

Michelle Burandt, CIM JCIC Asset Management Inc. - Dec.23,2021

Women today are constantly balancing a multitude of priorities, and it has been found that planning for their financial future often gets left by the wayside. 

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