Category: Life Purpose

Maybe all you need to do is to embrace your crazy self in 2019!

All week, I have been thinking of what my word for 2019 will be and I just found it! I don’t want to do what I did in 2018.  I chose the word FRUGAL, trying to develop some better savings habit and trying to…

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Congratulations to our photographer – Nyamulola Kambanji

  Mags Magazine would like to congratulate our talented photographer, Nyamulola Kambanji,  for being the photographer for the WOW (Welcoming Ottawa Week) award winners! She did an incredible job with the photographs! Mags Magazine has been the recipient of your work and your passion continues…

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Thanks to everyone who made the Launch of Soulful Encounters Successful and Memorable!

When we started on this journey Magsthree years ago, I had no idea where it would lead, who we would meet or what the results would be. What I knew then, was that I was being placed in a soul space which needed expansion and the voice in my head kept on saying: “Don’t die with your passion inside of you.” Talking about the soul is not something which is an everyday conversation, yet, SOUL is my everyday experience with life and with people. I have spent many sleepless nights wondering how I could create a simple way to help others understand the journey of the soul and to also make the connection between the every day ordinary, routines and the SOUL. I have thought long and hard about how I can help others take meaning from their day to day encounters and to be more aware of the blessings that are exchanged – whether it is a positive or negative soul encounter.

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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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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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Show up for your life today

Show up for your life today. Be grateful for all the good and the bad that is going on in your life. Although we may not understand why some things have happened to us or to others, we cannot and should not remain in…

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Don’t be afraid to invest in yourself.

Last week I posted on my new program, ‘Coaching through Transitions’, which I implement mainly on the evenings or weekends. It has been such a pleasure working with two young women who are already making progress after a couple of weeks. Last night, when I…

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Entrepreneur – Newcomer – Hani Rached – Building a Successful Enterprise in Ottawa

“I don’t see my customers as numbers. Every customer is important and I pay attention to their needs. It is important in our profession that we communicate effectively with our customers and that they leave our garage feeling happy and satisfied.” Hani Rached.

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Mr. Thomas Bolougne, Proud Recipient of St. Lucia Medal of Merit and Congrats on his Retirement

As Saint Lucia celebrates it’s 36th Independence Anniversary, Mags Magazine and Gems of Saint Lucia would like to congratulate Mr. Thomas Boulogne on his recent retirement from Sir Arthur Lewis Community College, where he served College for over 40 years! On March 1st 2015 he was awarded the Saint Lucia Medal of Merit, Gold for four decades of outstanding and dedicated service in the Teaching Service and in Trade Union and Credit Cooperative Movements.

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