YPA Tips

27
Mar

Invest in Yourself, Travel Outside Your Comfort Zone

I’m writing this as I wait for my first flight back to Canada from San Diego, sipping a glass of Rosé.  My flight doesn’t take off for another 3 hours, so I am taking this opportunity to document my journey over the past week in California, attending the Social Media Marketing World Conference. I flew to San Diego last Tuesday

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10
Mar

The Startup Journey

“Time flies when you’re having fun” – a phrase we’ve all said, heard and felt many times and a phrase that rings very true when looking back on the past year of my life. HA! Okay, let’s be serious, starting and running a business is not all fun and games. It’s not about sleeping in late and cutting out early,

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6
Jan

In Time

I have always been a big fan of currency.  Whether it was marbles or pogs on the elementary school playground; pop and chip money in high school; to earning actual pay cheques throughout university, I always had a way of earning.  It kept me independent and forced me to be creative.  My parents are to blame for this.  They were

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18
Nov

Are you Good Enough?

Take a good, long, introspective look in the mirror.  Actually see yourself with all your flaws, and all your strengths.  What makes you unique?  Which features stand out more than you would like?  Which features would you like to showcase more?  Looking at yourself, ask yourself the question Am I enough?  Now, I’m not talking about whether you’re good enough

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9
Nov

How does Donald Trump affect you as a Canadian Investor?

It was no secret who the global financial markets favoured over the last couple of months.  News that the FBI was no longer investigating Clinton yesterday surged the markets with the expectation that the US would see a Clinton victory. If you watched American election coverage last night, you may have noticed the periodic reports of global turmoil in financial markets

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4
Nov

5 tips for preventing colds and flus

Cold and flu season is here. Here are 5 tips to help you stay healthy this season. Tip One: Sunshine and Vitamin D supplementation Studies have shown that people with lower levels of vitamin D are much more likely to catch a cold or flu. Canadians don’t get enough sunlight between November and April. Try to get 20 minutes of

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