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Guy Lafleur’s Last Game, La Première Étoile
By Guido | |
"My story, at least this one about Guy Lafleur, remains on the spine of a TDK VHS tape, in the hands of a fellow fan who I connected with fifteen years apart..."
Are You A Duck or a Goose?
By Guido | |
Equally as important as recognizing when we are fighting for crumbs is also recognizing when we are being fed crumbs.
Law, Liberty, Freedom, and Toilet Paper
By Guido | |
"Nobody knows if you use toilet paper or wash your hands, but the expectation is that because you have enough knowledge and social courtesy for your family and community, that you will."
Reflecting on Remembrance Day
By Guido | |
Please support the memory of those who secured your freedom by purchasing and wearing a poppy.
Is Your Opinion Supporting Misinformation or Disinformation?
By Guido | |
You check the ingredient label on your grocery items, you check expiry dates on food, you check the label on your prescriptions, and whether you believe in vaccines or not you are also checking what’s in them regardless of which side of the argument you reside on. You do all that checking because it matters to you what you’re putting inside your body. Shouldn’t it also matter what you’re putting inside your head?
COVID-19: The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly
By Guido | |
"as students and staff return to school, the highly transmissible Delta variant of COVID-19 has caused cases, hospitalizations and death rates to soar across the country. Children under 12 are particularly vulnerable to infection as they are not yet eligible for vaccination… contrary to research early in the pandemic, children are just as likely to become infected as adults. According to the CDC, COVID-19 infection rates for adolescents aged 5 to 17 were as high as in adults 18 to 49, and higher than rated in adults over 50.”
The Other Side of The Interview: Employers Need Help Too
By Guido | |
These are 5 simple recommendations on your path to hosting better interviews that will leave a positive impression on the candidate and you in a better position long-term. They might also land you a resource that you actually need. Candidates can benefit from these recommendations too because it just might help them find their true self in an interview.
So, What’s The Plan? COVID19 & Returning to School in Ontario
By Guido | |
Whatever the next steps are, you must feel for educators, parents, and students heading into this school year as they collectively, literally, and figuratively hold their breath to see where on the dart board this all lands.
If Nobody Is Listening, Does An Apple Make A Sound?
By Guido | |
It’s easy with all the different types of noise around us like traffic, fashion, finances, travel, digital devices, our new obsession with selfies, and the general scutter of life to easily take for granted what we hear when we listen
The Modern-Day Dead Poets Society: Technology & Process Delivered Good, Fast, Cheap
By Guido | |
The birth of a new technology or methodology doesn’t have to mean the death of another. There’s enough room and value proposition that makes them each viable beyond co-existence, and quite possibly even complimenting each other in a way they’ve never been before.
The 1989 Ice-Cream CX Experience
By Guido | |
As a fifteen-year-old with the keys to the store, the task of serving all those people seemed insurmountable... That summer, I would learn two valuable lessons."
Warriors, Generals, Soldiers, and Heroes
By Guido | |
"A few days after the loss I was on a phone call with former Montreal Canadien’s Stanley Cup champion Ryan Walter as we were discussing a future leadership session and he asked me what I thought about the finals...I just really enjoyed how they made me believe they were always in it.” I paused. “Or maybe that’s just what you say after your team loses”
I Think You’re Missing My Point
By Guido | |
“Do you hear me telling you that you’re not hearing me!?” It almost sounds like one of those circular conversations Lucy would have with Charlie Brown ...
Freedom of Expression and The Impact of COVID-19
By Guido | |
The reasons for this may range from a variety of social behaviours, some more serious than others, and beyond the scope of this reflection. What is within its scope in summary, is consideration for factual information from the medical and scientific community, supported by real-life experiences.
The Next Threat: Who Blames Who?
By Guido | |
The pandemic is a great modern example for how blame has become engrained in the fabric of our society as humanity emerges from possibly an even greater threat, which at its core is the self-consequence of blame – the compromising of responsibility.
Experience Over Youth
By Guido | |
If your boss gets you a box of tools and you don’t use it and fail, you’re going to have a different conversation than if you did use it and failed.
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