Ross Shafer – Advice for Financial Planners competing against the Big Guns

Ross Shafer – Advice for Financial Planners competing against the Big Guns

Posted On March 30, 2016

Ross is a great friend and has some good advice on his new video blog called the Relevant Leader’s Club. Check it out and subscribe to Ross’ blog to keep up with his thoughts. He and I both get a lot of ideas companies when engaging our clients and we try to take some of these great ideas and spread them around.

Categories: Uncategorized

Who’s Got Time For Cereal?

Posted On March 16, 2016

Who doesn’t like cereal? Most of us grew up with it, whether it was kid favorites like Froot Loops or Lucky Charms or less sugary alternatives like Corn Flakes or Cheerios. We filled our bowls and sat at the kitchen table, reading the back of the box while we slurped down the most important meal of the day. Who doesn’t like cereal? Millennials, that’s who. In examining the declining sales of the breakfast staple, the New York Times recently cited a Mintel survey that found 40 percent of millennials who responded found cereal inconvenient “because they had to clean up… Read More

Categories: Generation Y / Millennials

Japan – Going Out of Business…

Posted On March 4, 2016

Note from Cam: Gerald Bierling is an invaluable resource to my work. He is a statistics and demographics professor at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario and gathers most of our research for us. I sent him the link to the BBC article and asked him if he would draw some conclusions in a blog which you’ll find below. Not many children are born in Japan. In fact, so few that the population shrunk by nearly one million people in the past five years. This means there are more people dying there than being born, by a big margin. This was… Read More

Categories: Generations, Workplace