#TheUpsideNow is an exclusive Notable.ca weekly column written by our Founder, Julian Brass. Tweet to him @JulianBrass with your comments or leave one below. Think about it for a moment. Every second from right now until your last second of life is sitting right...
We all know how much success depends on getting that lucky break sometimes, which often comes in the form of meeting someone who can elevate your career to the next level. Only when you open yourself up to that possibility will you cross paths with that "teacher," whether it be a professional mentor or simply a new way of looking at things
Open your eyes to what lays right in front of you. In todayâ€™s #TheUpsideNow Julian Brass breaks down the truth behind how young professionals can dictate their own future by doing something that you already do every day
Think about all of the sacrifices you've made to reach your goals in life. You've likely already overcome many challenges and have given up a lot of things to put yourself in the position you're in now. You've always looked ahead and achieved things with optimism. So why would you stop?
Putting yourself outside of your comfort zone is integral to making the most of your abilities, especially when you're a bit unsure of what they are in the first place. You'd be surprised how far you'll get with skills and resources you might not even be aware of
When was the last time anything was achieved when living in the past? Certainly the past can provide meaningful learning experiences, but forgetting it and focusing on the moment will be what defines your happiness, success, and future
Imagine how much more productive you would be if you could just focus on what's on hand and ignore all the noise surrounding it. Whether it be a six-day work week or a quick take-out meal every now and then, here are some ways to maximize your output
Looking for a little motivation to kick-start your week? Finding the beauty within every thing or interaction on a daily basis can make a big difference for personal morale, confidence and productivity