Don’t ever give up! Here is why….

Before we start to breakdown techniques and methods we use to reach goals that seem unattainable, lets look at some of the hurdles and adversities that some of the most famous well known and respected historical figures, actors, athletes and musicians may have faced. 1. Albert Einstein Einstein as a child didn’t speak at all for the first few years of his life. His teachers all thought he was lazy because he was always seemed distracted. He was able to rise above such negativity and developed the theory of relativity. 3. Jim Carrey Jim Carrey dropped out of school at Read More →

Allowing a “Fail to learn Culture”

How we navigated the end of the shiny disc! The Canadian SR&ED program is a great example of a Fail to learn or a Fail Ahead concept. Here is the official description: The Scientific Research and Experimental Development (SR&ED) tax incentive program is intended to encourage businesses to conduct research and development in Canada. Corporations, individuals, trusts, and partnerships that conduct eligible work may be able to claim SR&ED tax incentives for the year. The program allows the businesses to capture a good amount of payroll and subcontracting fees as well was raw material and even a factor for overhead Read More →

KPI’s, OKR’s, EBITDA’s and other DATA hungry acronyms that make you go hmmmm?

John Ball Dec 29, 2023 During a recent EBFACAFAM ( Employee based fraud anti corruption and fraud awareness meeting ) Hold on!! I am just kidding. At some meetings when I go to a company to consult or implement a program for anti corruption and employee based fraud prevention I am often asked if I can offer any other business assistance. Such as create and setup a system to report on the latest set of Acronyms of the month. Let me say being on the sharp end of the stick made me very aware of the way certain things work Read More →