I was in the process of opening a new warehouse in Guelph, Ontario, and required 250 plus employees. Because of the magnitude of this hire, it is at the top of my mind: I would tell everyone that I meet that I am looking to hire full and part-time shippers, receivers, dock [...]» read more
9 Secrets on How to Become a Millionaire
I was inspired to write this article when I read Keith Cameron Smith’s Book “The 10 Distinctions Between Millionaires and the Middle Class“. The book resonated with my ideas so well that I almost could have written the book. I have taken some of his ideas, meshed it with my own to create this short [...]» read more
Tips on Increasing Self Discipline
It has been said that those people who accomplish more and are respected more have the ability to delay gratification. Think about who we respect – doctors, professors, writers, black belts, successful business people. All of these have made sacrifices to get to where they are today.
I like to be self [...]
The Basics of Entrepreneurship
I started my company (EMJ) from the trunk of my car (and it was a small trunk so that’s a small business). I grew EMJ to $375,000,000 in sales prior to selling it to SYNNEX. I lead SYNNEX Canada and US divisions to over $2 Billion in sales. My Time Management blog at generates a [...]» read more
Using a Time Management Time Tracker Log
This is a chapter (slightly edited to make it more readable as a stand alone article)
How do you spend your time?
You need to ask yourself some important questions about the tasks that you spend your time completing:
• Does it need to be done?
• Can you change the frequency?
• Can you change the quality?
• Can you [...]