We speak of the Notable360 life at Notable.ca. It sets a standard as to how we ultimately strive to live our lives and how we measure the success and influence of others. The four pillars of the Notable360 life are...
I came to NYC to ride the coattails of Kerouac, Capote, Ephron and Allen. Since I moved here 10 months ago I have survived story-worthy events such as grand theft, a peeping tom, a surprise eviction and a mass public shooting. I have had two jobs and four apartments. I have been in the presence of President Obama and shared a personal moment with Yoko Ono; still, my notebook is e-m-p-t-y
Keeping a positive attitude is definitely a powerful and important facet of succeeding as a young professional, but this mantra does not mean that we should turn a blind eye to the negatives in our lives. Recognizing the existence of the bad stuff has its place in the MO of successful YPs, and here’s why
We all know the saying “trust your gut,” but as young professionals, the idea of working on instinct can be scary. While everyone deals with times of uncertainty, getting into a habit of overthinking can have real negative effects on our precious self-confidence, and can also be a sign that something just isn’t right
Some of us would rather save the slow living and moment savouring for retirement. But once a precious moment is gone, it can never be retrieved, and we find that rather, well, depressing. Here are eight ways you can live in the moment
There are some wonderfully strong and positive adjectives associated with success â€“ dedication, determination, grace, resilience, motivation, drive, passion. But all of these attributes come into play after the decision to pursue an endeavor. What is behind all of this? Where does it all start?
A healthy passion, whether music, art, sports, poetry and everything in between, provides a needed outlet from our hectic lives, a source of happiness and even a means to improve our social and professional lives. If you donâ€™t have one, hereâ€™s why you should
Sometimes the only potential harm to one's well-being is to not take risks, which may be thought of instead as â€œopportunities worth seizing.â€ However you phrase it, the risk takers and opportunity-seizers are living it better, and here is why
In this competitive, fast-paced world, everyone is striving for something these days. We all have goals, no matter how big or small. Thinking about what goals you have in front of you right now; what are you doing to create the inspiration around you?
We like to think weâ€™ve learned a thing or two in our young professional lives thus far since high school graduation. Inspired by the recent high school commencement speech and viral video, Youâ€™re Not Special, we thought weâ€™d reflect on a few more things we all (hopefully) should have learned by the time we are well into the YP category