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The Champion’s Mindset For Business Leaders
September 15, 2014

The Champion’s Mindset For Business Leaders

“I’ve been here before in my head so many times. To everybody else it’s my first Olympics, but to me it’s my thousandth.” – Mikaela Shiffrin, reigning Olympic slalom champion. The more we learn about the human mind/body connection and its workings, the more we are able to cast aside the notion of natural talent […]

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What Does A CEO Do?
August 15, 2014

What Does A CEO Do?

From a very young age, I knew what I wanted to be when I grew up. As the firstborn child of an entrepreneur, it was clear that my family wanted me to be heavily involved with the business my father started 30 years ago. So it’s fitting that growing up, I knew I wanted to […]

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Are You Communicating Your Value Across Your Client’s Enterprise?
June 26, 2014

Are You Communicating Your Value Across Your Client’s Enterprise?

Selling to a large enterprise? You need to be looking at whom you impact, whether they know it or not. If you are selling goods or services at the enterprise level, chances are that you engage in the practice of quarterly business reviews (QBRs) with your clients.After all, it’s important to make sure that both […]

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Here’s What Arlene Dickinson Learned On The Front Lines in Afghanistan
June 11, 2014

Here’s What Arlene Dickinson Learned On The Front Lines in Afghanistan

“I went to my dad’s house, laid on the couch and cried for 3 weeks straight.” Not necessarily the words of encouragement that the sold-out crowd of 500 was expecting to hear from accomplished entrepreneur, author and Dragon’s Den star Arlene Dickinson this morning in Whitby, but important words nonetheless.  It was strong medicine in […]

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How I Faced My Fear And Became Better At Everything
May 27, 2014

How I Faced My Fear And Became Better At Everything

One of the perks of working at this company is the many opportunities we are offered for professional and personal growth. For example, our beloved late Chief of Staff, Todd Skinner, initiated a book club for employees to develop their leadership skills. Todd didn’t pussyfoot. He had great skill for challenging us to reach our […]

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360 Book Club – The Compound Effect by Darren Hardy
February 01, 2014

360 Book Club – The Compound Effect by Darren Hardy

By: Jason King  Here at 360 we have an internal book club that we run two times per year, once in Q1 and once in Q3.  Our book club tends to focus on personal development-type books such as Robin Sharma’s The Leader Who Had No Title, the subject of our last session.  For Q1 of 2014, we […]

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What’s The Future Of Business?
January 29, 2014

What’s The Future Of Business?

By: Jason King Who are the high-flying, high profile winners in business right now?  Meaning, in the context of over half a decade of economic turmoil and change, what companies continue to grow, hold margin, maintain profitability and even accumulate vast cash reserves?   Invariably, companies such as Disney and Apple come to mind, and with good […]

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Whirlpool Corporation Hits The Sweet Spot In The Internet Of Things
January 14, 2014

Whirlpool Corporation Hits The Sweet Spot In The Internet Of Things

By: Jason King This morning as I skimmed articles about Google’s announcement that they would be acquiring Nest for $3.2B, I couldn’t help but think of what excellent timing Whirlpool Corporation are enjoying after their highly publicized Connected Concepts installation at last week’s Consumer Electronics Show. Speaking about the Nest acquisition, one article used the expression […]

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Top Reads Of 2013, Reading List For 2014
January 07, 2014

Top Reads Of 2013, Reading List For 2014

By: Jason Atkins Part of the reason I love reading so much is because of connection. Over the years, so many amazing people have connected me with so many amazing books – books which have ended up making a huge difference in my life which has the effect of connecting me to those people in a […]

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Before You Crash And Burn, Try A Restart
September 20, 2013

Before You Crash And Burn, Try A Restart

When I bought my home, it was a hot mess. While it had beautiful mature trees, a stunning lot and incredible structural integrity, it also had purple toilets, scratched and dented floors as well as windows so old the wind blew right through! I had the option of tearing the whole thing down and starting […]

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