Make Money Online
Today, starting an online business can be confusing to many, perhaps even you. With so much for sale on how to jump-start your business, most of which, in reality, is either just repeated info from someone else or proven to be ineffective. Read More »
Reasons you were rejected for the job you thought you had
You thought you had the job nailed. The interview went well–the interviewer seemed to like you and your skills were a perfect fit. They even seemed to be on the verge of offering you the job on the spot. But your agency tells you the next day you didn’t get the job or contract. What happened? It came as a big shock, didn’t it? Read More »
40+? What is most important to you?
I doubt that anyone will run up to you on Monday morning at work and ask you what is most important to you. Organizational life is concerned with productivity, revenue and efficiency. What’s most important to you and your life are of little value or concern in the organization. Read More »
Toronto is doing fine
“There may well be some period in the near future when financial markets are demoralized and much better buys are available in equities; that possibility exists at all times. But you can be sure that at such a time the future will seem neither predictable nor pleasant. Those now awaiting a ‘better time’ for equity investing are likely to maintain that posture until well into the next bull market.” Read More »
Make money without a degree
For job seekers without a four-year degree, breaking the $25-an-hour barrier can be a challenge. But with more technical certification and associate’s degree programs than ever, many well-paying career options are accessible in a broad range of industries. Read More »
How to choose a real estate?
Here is a checklist of what to expect from a real estate professional: Read More »
I’m assuming you are going to be a first time landlord. Being a landlord can be a daunting experience. Read More »
Buying your first home is a very intimidating and stressful process. Over the last sixteen years and working with thousands of first time home buyers, here are my recommendations to anyone thinking about jumping into the condominium market for the first time. Read More »
Best Home Remedies
You and the wife celebrated your promotion with dinner at your favorite barbecue joint. You’ve been working hard for months, you think, so you deserve to cut loose a little. On the way home you groan and mutter that you wish you had stopped after that first barbecue platter. Your wife shrugs her shoulders. You both know the price for your revelry will be a painful night of bloating, gas and heartburn. Read More »
Recession can bring with it opportunities as well as threats.
And even if starting up a new business when the economy is shrinking does prove to be a baptism of fire, it could strengthen you in the long run. If you survive, think how well you’ll perform when the good times return.
Here are some of the ways you can withstand a recession when you start a new business. Read More »
Every busy downtown street has a storefront location that is “cursed.” One month it was a pizza place. Six months later it was an optometrist’s office. Four months later it was a video rental store. Now it’s vacant yet again. Read More »
How to improve my golf this year
How to improve at golf can be broken into many parts, most people learning, start with the swing. (I would like to know how most tour professionals learned golf.) Golf consists of many parts and here is some of the main things to consider: Read More »
Still looking for good jobs?
Working hard, at full-time hours, is no longer a ticket out of poverty for a growing number of people. What would it take to change that?Today in Toronto, that question is being asked at the “Good Jobs for All” summit. One possible answer is to rein in employment agencies that place workers in low-paying temporary jobs with few benefits. Read More »
7 Ways Dealers Make You Pay Extra
Your goal is to get the best car at the best price. The dealers goal should be to help you do this, but too often its simply to make as much profit as they can. As a smart shopper, you need to know the common strategies that dealerships use to pad their bottom line–from tricky negotiating tactics to trying to sell you unnecessary extras–and how to avoid playing their game Read More »