The 8 Things You Can Do to Ensure Your Business Survives Divorce (#7 is just Nasty)

ensure your business survives a divorce

Since the beginning of COVID, a few business owners have asked me what measures they should take to divorce-proof their business. I think the more appropriate question is how to divorce-ready your business. Similar to the assets of a marriage, a company’s assets are considered mutually owned within a marriage. The complexity of a business can be far more challenging … Read More

Does the Entrepreneur’s Journey to Greatness Need to be so Damn Lonely?

entrepreneurs Journey to Greatness

Do you ever wish you could have an honest conversation with a fellow business owner without judgement? I’m talking a completely candid; no holes barred, these are my deepest and darkest fears kind of conversations. I’ve been doing this entrepreneur thing for 30 years, and over the duration, I’ve experienced many emotions: joy, frustration, pride, anxiety, depression, optimism, sadness, fear. … Read More

How Do You Know if You are CRA’s Favourite Target?

CRA's favourite target

No one wants to be in CRA’s cross-hairs.  You may be an unsuspecting victim even if you’ve done nothing wrong.  We’re not talking about people who are guilty of tax evasion or tax avoidance.  Your only criteria may be your marital status.  If you are single, divorced or widowed, then you may be CRA’s favourite and unsuspecting victim.  If you … Read More

How Does Tremendous Purpose Come From the Darkest Tragedy?

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Does the hurting ever stop? I don’t know because I’m not even close to being there yet.  A big part of me wants the pain to go away but not at the cost of the memories.  The memories are what I cherish, what I hold onto when I want to feel close to Madeline. This is what I felt 2 … Read More