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Time to fly the flag and have fun with family and friends! Enjoy a barbecue or see a parade! #CanadaDay is a holiday for everyone -- have a happy one! #HappyCanadaDay
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Most of us know better than to say racist comments, spew sexual harassment, and discuss politics and religion in the workplace, but there are plenty of circumstances where knowing what to say at work is a gray area. Here, psychologists tell you what to never say at work and why:

1. Anything in a meeting you wouldn't want to read in print - "I always advise my clients to talk as if everyone is listening because in today's world, pretty much everybody is listening." says Ben Dattner, PhD.

2. "This is boring." - We get it, a lot of the meetings you attend might seem unnecessary, a waste of time, and quite lame to be frank. But don't ever say that out loud in the meeting or whisper it to a colleague.

3. Too many details about your weekend to your boss. Sharing details of what you did on your personal time could quickly become TMI, says Dr. Dattner. When in doubt, sharing less is more here. But remember to thank him for asking and inquire about how his weekend went as well.

4. "It's not my fault." - When your boss comes to you with a concern they have about your work or a project you contributed to, not taking responsibility is a big no-no. "When you blame other people, are hostile or defensive, and don't take responsibility, it's like you're attacking the other people on your team," says Dr. Greenberg. This makes you look like a whiner and sound childish when you blame others for any performance issues or problems.

5. Call anyone pet names such as "Hun" or "Babe" - This one is a bit of a gray line, but if you're at a start-up in Brooklyn or San Francisco where everybody's a millennial and you use the term "girls" to refer to female employees, chances are your coworkers will find that offensive, Dr. Dattner says. How you speak and communicate may change in different workplace environments, so make sure you're careful in different settings with colloquial phrases.

https://www.rd.com/advice/work-career/things-to-never-say-at-work/
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May all the good things of life be yours, not only at #Thanksgiving but throughout the coming year. #HappyThanksgiving #Canada
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Tremendous cultural and technological changes have expanded the parameters of #identity design. Here are four key principles for #branding in the age of ambiguity.

1. Learn how to use cutting-edge design tools–but don’t let them take over
2. Don’t just communicate–look for ways to shape the tools of communication
3. Adopt an ethics-first design process
4. Embrace ambiguity

https://www.fastcodesign.com/90138019/branding-has-never-been-harder-heres-how-to-master-it
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"Obstacles are things a person sees when he takes his eyes off his goal." ~~ E. Joseph Cossman

#entrepreneur #smallbusiness
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"More #business is lost every year through neglect than through any other cause." ~~ Rose Kennedy
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Celebrate workers rights by enjoying your time off today. Happy #LabourDay!
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