Monthly Archives: December 2014

A Glimpse Behind Another’s Curtain

A few weeks ago, I re-introduced myself to the new principal of my kid’s school. We had previously met multiple years ago. He was a teacher at a school that I did workshops for while I was volunteer Violence Prevention Educator for the Canadian … Continue reading

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Out on a Limb

I have this theory that in the age of information, some of us are comfortable keeping a low profile, close to the tree trunk (so to speak); while others are okay with stepping away from the trunk, and going out … Continue reading

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Learnings From a Prince George Renaissance Man

After a lengthy absence, I have decided to restart blogging. Why I blog and what I hope to achieve through doing so will have to wait because I felt it more important to restart & share that later. While my … Continue reading

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