Archive for the 'Culture' Category

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...

In the last episode, I shared how I got into debt. In this episode, I continued that story sharing about what happened to me in 2017. I also talked about what I did to get out of a...

Confession time. How did I go from being debt-free to almost $300,000 in debt within 5 years? I shared my romance with debt in this episode. Please listen and laugh at my stupidity...

Life is hard and taking a big leap in midlife to restart life in a country like Canada can be tough. Tougher than we imagined. More painful than we can sometimes express in words. ...

The social media world is as real as the physical world we live in. LinkedIn is a business networking site and there are rules of engagement that are typically expected on the plat...

ILP-0044: A Kandahar Away

I had a memorable time engaging Aisha Jamal; an Afghan immigrant, College Professor, Director and writer of the documentary, "A Kandahar Away". Her story chronicled the typical jou...

Undoubtedly, the handshake is the most popular form of greeting in Canada especially in a business setting. A great handshake sets the tone for a relationship and feeling of trust ...