Defining Moments: 3 Questions to Ask Yourself in A Crisis

By Tim Arnold - PRESIDENT, LEADERS FOR LEADERS 

There are certain moments in our lives that, from that point on, nothing would ever be the same. Often, we aren’t even aware of these defining moments until much later. For me, I think of the day as a 19-year-old, I timidly accepted a job working on a ranch in the state of Wyoming and unbeknownst to me opened myself up to a whole new world. Or the day I reluctantly agreed to go on a blind date with the person who ended up being my future wife, Becky. Nothing in my life would be the same from those points forward.  

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The new Latin American cities

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By Mauricio Zuluaga

Crises are not opportunities per se, but the way we deal with them may open great opportunities. The COVID19 pandemic is having social and financial effects, just comparable with the Big Depression, started in 1929 and lasted until the late 1930s. However, this time everything is different, and we have fallen to the deepest point just in a matter of days. This means that we have less time to react and we depend on rapid problem solving and innovation to get through.

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Why Canada is unlocking its vault of maple syrup

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Canada's maple syrup industry has become an international focus with headlines shouting that the country has been forced to tap into its strategic reserve to make up for shortages. CBC Explains the purpose of this reserve and why it had to be tapped into, and whether there was really a shortage of maple syrup.