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The Perks of Belonging to a Local Business Association.

If you are a regular follower of my blog here and on social media (and I really hope that you are!), you may have noticed the recent announcement that I have joined the Barrie Chamber of Commerce! Why? Because after 3 years in operation, I need to kick it up a notch if I want […]

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NOMINATIONS OPEN- Top Leaders Under 30: COVID-19 Edition!

Do you know an amazing young person in Ontario that deserves to be recognized for their incredible work during the COVID-19 pandemic? The Top Leaders Under 30 was started as a way to give young people recognition that they deserve and may not get otherwise due to not meeting the criteria for other community awards. Since its […]

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The True Power of the Canadian Spirit.

This is a pretty terrifying and uncertain time. I get that. I have a older and sick family, know lots of older & sick people and have lots of friends who are in the same boat. We see on the increasing numbers every day, including the cases, recoveries and sadly, deaths. For someone with anxiety […]

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Rachael Tracey

I’ve spent the last few years sending out interviews to Canadian leaders and entrepreneurs across the country to get insights into how their days work and what keeps them pushing forward. I’m consistently pushing out information that can be used by rural young entrepreneurs and leaders, either through here or by sharing resources/opportunities developed by […]

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How We Can Support New Entrepreneurs & Professionals

Even though my blog is primarily focused on young entrepreneurs and young professionals, it’s excruciatingly important to recognize that not every new entrepreneur or professional is young. Some are on a 2nd/3rd/4th careers, some are older people starting their first career after going back to school at a later stage, some are parents returning to […]

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The Power of WE (and Overdue Library Books).

Confession: never have I ever had an overdue library book. In all my 28 years (and 24 of them with the nickname Bookworm), it’s just something that’s never happened. However, after taking myself and my book out for Poutine at the Symposium Cafe in Alliston yesterday, I panicked as I realised I’d forgotten to renew […]

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What Entrepreneurship & Intrapreneurship Have Taught Me About Me.

It’s no secret that being an entrepreneur, an intrapreneur or just dabbling in either as a side hustle changes how you operate as a person & professional. I know that being the voice behind Youth Beyond Enterprises definitely has changed my life. I wear so many different hats in my life, from HR professional to […]

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“You’re not just a kid” (a.k.a. how to get people to listen and take you seriously).

The phrases “you’re just a kid” or “you haven’t been here long enough to merit a seat at the table or know what you’re talking about” drive me right up the wall. I find that this is a big issue these days with Millennials and Gen Xers. I even experience this myself almost every day! […]

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Paul Shenouda

Fun fact: I absolutely love dogs, cats and pretty much any animal that can be cuddled and wants to be cuddled. Every dog is a “puppy” or “doggo” and every cat is a “kitten” or “kitty”. The look on senior dogs/cats when they hear this and their whole back end moves (or you swear they […]

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Thank You!

One of the most important things I’ve learned over the last few days is just how important persistence is. After 3 years of putting in the blood, sweat and tears, Youth Beyond Enterprises is starting to get noticed more in terms of readership and engagements online. For years, I would have to publish something and […]