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Trigger Point Rescue – Suboccipitals

By | February 19th, 2020|W2W|

Are you experiencing tired eyes or a raccoon mask of pain wrapping around from your eyes to behind your ears? You may be experiencing a suboccipital trigger point. These 8 small muscles pack a punch and can cause some serious headaches around and behind the eyes. Sitting in a head forward posture for long periods [...]

Vulnerability is a Speaker’s Secret Strength

By | January 21st, 2020|W2W|

When I ask people what scares them about public speaking, virtually every answer comes down to vulnerability. What if my mid goes blank? What if I sound stupid? What if I make a mistake and somebody calls me out? What if I accidentally offend someone? Standing in front of others to speak your truth leaves [...]

Thiet Le

By | January 20th, 2020|Member Spotlight|

Mortgage Agent @ Mortgage Brokers Ottawa Mortgage Brokers Ottawa is Ottawa's largest brokerage offering its experienced mortgage advice, competitive mortgage rates and unique mortgage solutions through trusted lending partners. We have access to multiple lenders , we will find you the most competitive rates with the most suitable mortgage term. We take the time to [...]

Drug & Alcohol Testing in the Workplace-Is it legal? 

By | December 10th, 2019|W2W|

We receive this question quite a bit when testing current or new employees, “I was asked to do a drug test by the company I’m applying for. Are they allowed to do that? I’ve never been asked to do this before.”  The short answer is yes. Employers have several duties with regards to ensuring workplace [...]

Beyond Your Basic “Target Audience”

By | November 20th, 2019|W2W|

When you define your target audience, what information are you including?   Most will answer with a traditional age, gender, geographic location. Sometimes there is more depth targeting like “income”, “has children”, “married” or “professional”. The next time that you sit down and review your target audience, I implore you to dig a little deeper. [...]

Why Say “Yes” to Yourself

By | August 22nd, 2019|W2W|

I have worked with several business coaches over the years. Even though I am very appreciative of their guidance, anytime you are asking for the help of others (and even when it is unsolicited by you), you may receive suggestions, advice or ideas that just don’t quite fit.  Initially, you might question yourself wondering if [...]

Member Spotlight: Sophie Rochon

By | August 16th, 2019|Member Spotlight|

Facility Supervisor / Medical Assessor at SureHire I am the Facility Supervisor / Medical Assessor at our SureHire Ottawa facility. SureHire is an industry-leading workplace testing company. With locations across Canada, SureHire aims to create safe, healthy, and more productive workforces through accurate & trustworthy workplace testing services such as drug, alcohol, lung function, medical, [...]

There’s a Big “Pay Off” in Clear Vision

By | August 8th, 2019|W2W|

I get a good chuckle when I hear my clients say to me after our first session, “You’re not going to believe what happened!” Thing is I do believe it, wether they are telling me about attracting more of their ideal clients, better business opportunities, promising love interests or a deeper connection in their relationships. [...]

My Husband Ditched His Allergy Prescription Meds & This Is What Happened!

By | July 20th, 2019|W2W|

“I can’t believe it worked. I was a bit doubtful, his allergies are terrible especially around dogs. He had almost zero symptoms. He is a true believer, it’s great,”  Mel (client)   Allergy season is among us and if you are one of the millions of Canadians that suffer you know this brings with it [...]

Get Twice the Annual Savings

By | July 19th, 2019|W2W|

When it comes to financial well-being, advice may be the difference between achieving your financial goals and falling short.   -Households who receive financial planning advice have an annual savings rate of 8.6 per cent, compared to only 4.3 per cent for non-advised households – that’s twice the rate of annual savings.* -Advised households have [...]

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