How to write right

How to write right

How To Write Right by: Harold Taylor I recall as a child being encouraged by my mother to study “Word Power” in the Reader’s Digest to improve my vocabulary. “If each week you were to learn to use one more big word correctly in a sentence, by the time you graduate...
Busyness is the enemy of creativity

Busyness is the enemy of creativity

We seem to fear empty space by: Harold Taylor Our lives are being filled with so much activity that we no longer have time to think creatively. The old adage that “busyness is not effectiveness” never applied more than it does today – when we are working longer and...
There are laws governing the use of time

There are laws governing the use of time

Here are five of the more important laws that govern time by: Harold Taylor We have had several time-related “Lunch and Learn” sessions at the Sussex & District Chamber of Commerce this year covering activities such as organization, meetings and managing e-mail....
Who is your most valuable employee?

Who is your most valuable employee?

Who is your most valuable employee? by: Harold Taylor The most valuable employee is usually your receptionist, administrative assistant or whoever is the first person prospects or customers encounter when they call, e-mail or visit your company. Never underestimate...
Stop taking shortcuts through life

Stop taking shortcuts through life

Stop taking shortcuts through life by: Harold Taylor I moved to Sussex, New Brunswick less than three years ago from Markham, a large city adjoining an even larger city, Toronto, Ontario. There’s a walking trail in Markham that winds its way leisurely around a huge...