Every year in September, a cohort of students write a three-day exam just to wait two and a half months for the results. It is a very stressful process, and to top it off the results are published online. Pressure to pass and avoid shame. I know a lot of people (that graduated the year before me) who wrote the CFE this year. The results came out last Friday. Continue reading “When you need to say no”
It’s interesting to think back to where I was last year at this time. Having recently graduated and starting my professional career, writing this blog post helped me to reframe some of the challenges I am currently facing.
My plan was to write about the CPA process after graduation, going into details about what options are out there and how to best prepare for the exams and the struggle of PERT reporting. But I’m sitting here on a Saturday, and it just seems boring. Continue reading “When Saturday ends with tears in bed”
Everyone has heard of BCE (more commonly known as Bell) as one of Canada’s largest telecommunications companies. The firm is known for its unrelenting focus on innovation and being the “King of Content” with investments in their broadband fibre and wireless network infrastructure surpassing $4 billion a year, and significant investments in many of the iconic entertainment and sports brands we know and love. Continue reading “Telecom powerhouse Bell Canada connects with U of T Mississauga”
I want to begin by saying that the person I am today is very different from the person I was back in first year. Everyone grows throughout their time at university in one way or another but my growth is radical in one specific area – NETWORKING! Continue reading “Sprinting toward success”
I’m supposed to talk to you about transition. You know, I actually chose this topic. I am living it as I type, but as I sit here I still feel woefully unqualified. And I’ve discovered a problem: there really is no secret. What I know, you probably already know. Continue reading “Transition: the secret is…”