What to do when a written commitment is not met This is what happened to me when I took 2 of my pairs of pants to have the cleaner and alterations store put in new elastic for me. The owner agreed to have my two pairs of pants ready in a week’s timeContinue reading What To Do When a Written Commitment Is Not Met
The volunteer syndrome I decided to write this editorial after reading a post on Facebook by one of my friends and I won’t reveal their name. It struck me that my friend had something very important to share and now I’ll share my opinion. It appears that an old habit and artificial attitudeContinue reading The Volunteer Syndrome
Reason or excuse? Too often we tend to use the excuse rather than the reason. What I mean is this. Each time we use an excuse as to why we are unable to either complete or commit to something it means that we are depriving ourselves of offering a reason as to whyContinue reading Reason Or Excuse?
When customer reps ruin the images of their companies It never gives me pleasure whenever I feel it necessary to write negative things and in this case, I feel it necessary to do so. For today, it is all about 2 specific companies whose customer reps I believe have done a great disservice toContinue reading When Customer Reps Ruin the Images of Their Companies
And the Arrive Can App fall out continues Just imagine my total surprise and delight when on January 23 I was browsing the CBC news app and came across the comments listed below. I can only say that it is about time that this has been raised once more. This only makes meContinue reading And the ArriveCan App Fall Out Continues
Hey everyone and welcome to February and if we think about it? Just but a few more weeks before spring marches in eh? Well, today I am pleased to share our President’s editorial with you and for this week Donna J. Jodhan pays tribute to the late Honourable past Ontario Lieutenant Governor David Onley! I’mContinue reading Remembering the late Honourable Ontario Lieutenant Governor David Onley
Everyone has a hero Come to think of it, we each all have a hero don’t we? It could be anyone from a parent or grandparent to a favourite family member or sibling or even a teacher, professor, or someone else! For millions of soccer fans around the world, the late Pelé asContinue reading Everyone Has A Hero
My 2023 crystal ball I truly believe that on the whole, my family and friends would agree with me that I am normally a very positive person. I look at the cup as half full rather than being empty and I always do my best to find work arounds in order to spawn solutions. ForContinue reading My 2023 Crystal Ball
Saying so long to the sheriff As they say, nothing lasts forever and good things must come to an end! This is how it was when I received a personal farewell letter from the now immediate past CEO of the Canadian Human Rights Commission Marie-Claude Landry. Yes! I was sort of expecting forContinue reading Saying So Long To The Sheriff
What did I learn for 2022? By Donna J. Jodhan As I sit here writing this particular editorial, the first words that come to my mind are these: “Same old! Same old!” And I am very sure that there are many out there who will readily agree with me. For this editorial, I am goingContinue reading What Did I Learn For 2022?