Category: Leadership

MAGS LEGACY MAPS WORKSHOP

LEGACY MAPS is a Mags Magazine Signature Workshop. LEGACY MAPS creates a space for an interactive, practical and soul filling workshop to support individuals to create their personal legacies. This workshop goes beyond vision boarding to provide a bird eye’s view of our lives… Continue Reading “MAGS LEGACY MAPS WORKSHOP”

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Mags Magical Wishing Path

My imagination gets activated during the hot summer months. Gardening is like meditation to my soul. If I have any problems at all, by the end of a day in the garden, my problems are less relevant and in some cases I’ve some solution or even forgotten about them! My charming little garden provide me with an unlimited canvas where I can add, subtract, multiply and divide plants based on colours, texture, blooming times – and even thinking ahead to how it will look like in the years to come. My imagination is so busy creating that as Micheangelo said: “I saw the angel in the marble and carved until I set him free.”

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Join us for The Global Connect – An evening of Poetry, Music and Comedy

Mags Magazine and Global Enterprises Management Solutions LLC, is proud to present the GLOBAL CONNECT – AN EVENING OF POETRY, MUSIC AND COMEDY on April 29th, 2020 from 6 – 7:30p.m. Meet our WORLD CLASS PERFORMERS, get an opportunity to learn more about their journey and network with some amazing people across the globe!

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How Are Illegal Migrants Protected Against Covid-19?

After listening to a radio interview at CBC radio this morning, I feel that we need to address the issue of illegal migrant workers who have no protection against COVID-19.  Illegal migrant workers are most likely working under the table in jobs such as… Continue Reading “How Are Illegal Migrants Protected Against Covid-19?”

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Six Leadership Tips To Manage Covid-19

How are you showing up as a leader? COVID-19 is demanding more from us. Here are six leadership tips which you can put into effect right now to manage yourself and your tribe… inspired by ‘Light A Fire In Their Hearts’ a Leadership book by Lisa Anna Palmer

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Could this be my next new career? Thumbs up to all the great men and women in the Canadian Armed Forces

Meeting with CORPORAL NADINE WAITR. She is the only female combat engineer in Canada and only female heavy equipment operator. She joined the CAF at 33 and spoke highly of the interesting work which she has done as an engineer and also of her experience in assisting with the earthquake in Nepal. The machinery below was what she used to clear the roads in Nepal after the earthquake!

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An awesome networking event – ConnectOtt

This year I set a goal to have 10 speaking engagements where I could hopefully inspire or motivate or help others to reach their goals. Within days of setting this goal, I started receiving opportunities to speak. I am a strong believer that we must put out what we want to achieve to the great universe. We must be clear about our intentions. I know that and I try to practice it regularly.

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“You can discover more about a person in an hour of play than in a year of conversation.” Plato

I enjoy listening to children’s perspectives on life. Adults make lots of rules for kids but kids also have opinions on some of those rules – most times, they can’t express those opinions! I have raised three kids and taught elementary school kids and to be honest, for the most part, I simply applied the rules to keep order. Who wouldn’t when you are trying to manage your life, their lives and get things under control, including getting them to learn skills to be a successful adult? However, as an older adult now, I find myself intrigued by children’s views and perspectives (because I don’t have to manage them anymore!) but also, I have had many questioning moments about, “who is a successful adult, anyway?”

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The huge cost of ingratitude…

“I would have felt so much better if he had only acknowledged my contribution.” she said. She shrugged her shoulders with a slight shake of her head. “I don’t understand why he would treat me like that.”

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She started with one student – today, she has taught over 500 students to dance!

Her words, which inspired me the most were: “When I started, two students registered. Only one showed up but I decided to work with this one student, and together we created a masterpiece choreography.”

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