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Revisiting Our Required High School Reads

Revisiting Our Required High School Reads

Back in our high school days, the faintest utterance of the word "required" could elicit a chorus of groaning audible to anyone within city limits. But today, we are a little older (you'd never know it), a little wiser and...
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Executive Reads: Ed Barreveld

Ed Barreveld is CEO of Storyline Entertainment, a Toronto-based, award-winning producer of factual programming. Ed co-founded the company in 2000 and has been the sole principal since 2004, focusing on auteur-driven, socially relevant documentaries on a variety of topics. The following three books have directly or indirectly inspired his work and life
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Executive Reads: Greg Rubidge

Greg Rubidge is the President of Syndicado, a film library for all digital platforms, and the Founder of online streaming site ilovedocs.com. As heavily immersed as he is in the film industry, he's also an avid reader and attributes some of his best life advice to the following pages
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Executive Reads: Bruce Miyashita

Over the past 25 years, Bruce Miyashita has combined "left brain" scientific methods, analytical tools, and statistics with "right brain" approaches from the arts and humanities to improve operations and to stimulate change. You can bet reading played a major role in his professional development, like these three must-reads to help generate insights in and for your business career
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Best YP Dating/Relationship Books

From acting like a lady and thinking like a man to tips on how to flawlessly get her to come by for some drinks post-bar, these diverse dating and relating bibles are perfect for young professionals with varying intents and purposes
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Executive Reads: Graham Moysey

Graham Moysey is the General Manager of AOL Canada with over 15 years of experience in both traditional and new media within the Canadian landscape. So, how did he achieve this? Reading these certainly helped
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Executive Reads: Books to Get You Ahead

As young professionals, we're always trying to stay one step ahead of the competition. One way is to gain valuable insight from books on topics relating to your desired industry. Here are three notable reads to get you one step closer to the executive table
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Executive Reads: Three Books to Advance Your Career

Behind every great executive lies a great book. Or two, or three, or hundreds. We've talked to some of Canada's top business leaders to see what's in their library and which reads have had the greatest impact on their career. You might want to take notes
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Executive Reads: Paul Horton

As the owner and operator of two successful and very different companies, Paul Horton knows a thing or two about being an entrepreneur. Want to get on his level? Taking notes from his top three books doesn't hurt
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Executive Reads: Brady Dahmer

Brady Dahmer is the Creative Director for his own Vancouver-based strategic design agency and a curator of award-winning documentaries. How did he get there? A few of these books and films certainly played a role
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