While my friends returned to university in September, I continued preparing burgers, distributing fries and standing at a pick up window on a drive through. The past three months I have spent working at a fast food restaurant have been a wonderful learning experience to say the least. Hard Work Often people (including me before … Continue reading What I Learned From Working At a Fast Food Restaurant
"Yes, we're doing well but we're not rich or anything like that." This is a common attitude (whether spoken or unspoken) that I have picked up on in the western world. No one ever really accepts that they are rich. Or doesn't want to believe it. There will always be those who are wealthier than … Continue reading You Are Rich.
"He's scared of what he doesn't know," he tersely stated without emotion. "Most people are," I replied. I know I used to be. I suppose I still am. I used to go into a room. An empty room where I could think. I would let all of my safe, comfortable ideas rest there and proceed … Continue reading What If’s, Stale Rooms and An Open Mind
I recall my law teacher in high school once telling my class something along the lines of, "You should be very cautious about making any major decision before age 25." Yet here I am at 19, an engaged man. The average Canadian groom is about 31 when he gets married. Why did I get engaged … Continue reading Why I Decided To Get Engaged At 19