Archive for the 'Attitude' Category

I won a Grammy award. Okay. Just kidding. At least not yet. In this episode, I sang. In the shower :) Seriously, I dedicate this episode to immigrants. For choosing Canada or anywh...

Restarting life in Canada over the last seven years has not been a walk in the park for me and my family I but it's been rewarding and fulfilling. In this episode, I share some key...

One of the tough decisions that permanent residents have to make is how to handle the intersection between their careers and their responsibilities as parents. Many make the decisi...

Is Canada Racist? Well, I spilled the beans in this episode. Since I have had people ask me this question under the radar at different times, I thought it's high time I shared my p...

Is it possible to combine full-time work with part-time Schooling and what do I need to know? This is another interesting question from a listener. I offered a few perspectives to ...

Life is hard. Being an immigrant is tough. Keeping up hope when hell seems to have broken loose is a courageous act. Unfortunately, we don't often notice the brave ones amongst us ...

Securing a job as an immigrant can be challenging enough. Then after breaking through the barriers of employment and securing that coveted professional job, we are faced with how t...

A senior shared why his gym membership wasn’t working for him despite being at the gym every single day of this year. When he shared his experience, I caught what the challenge w...

In this week’s episode I talked about how missing commitments (especially public ones) make you look bad like when you fart in public *closes eyes* even though you did not plan t...

Sometimes, our upbringing, life experiences and native culture condition us to see and approach life in specific ways. And there is nothing necessarily wrong with this. The challen...