Archive for the 'Culture' Category

Man by nature is a social being. Our fulfillment in life and career often depends on a thriving social life. Therefore we need to learn how to nurture personal and professional rel...

ILP-0069: Why Family?

The family is the basic unit of society and largely a nation. When the family unit is in trouble, the nation is certainly at risk. Typically, the success of an immigrant family dep...

ILP-0067: BE

BE. For the next 10 years, my team and I are focused on BEING who we were designed to be. We will DISCOVER who we are as individuals and as a team, THRIVE on being that person and ...

December 18 of every year is International Migrants Day. This annual day celebration was started in 2006 by the United Nations as a day to recognize and acknowledge the resilient s...

There are many things that our parents teach us and there are many that my dad definitely taught me. However, when life brought me to my knees in 2015 after I lost my job, I realiz...

Finally, I did justice to this topic! At least, until someone else says I didn't! Lol. Well, I have been confused about the subject of giving tips for services rendered. I started ...

Over the last seven years, I have discovered so many fun facts about Canada! Too numerous to even talk about. However, I thought I'd make an episode out of my top 5 from the lots? ...

When people migrate permanently to other places, needless to say, they face a lot of challenges. One area that takes the heat a lot even though it is not often discussed publicly i...

As an immigrant, having a community around you and connecting to one is key says Krispin Ontong. Kris is the immediate past President of the Filipino association in South Eastern M...

Today's episode is a sequel to episode 49 where I concluded the story about my journey into a lifestyle of debt. In this episode, Simon Wyse, the VP of Revenue at Borrowell gave re...