I turned on my car in Pembroke yesterday and all that came out of my radio – which I’d left on SiriusXM the night before – was a voice trying to sell me on a subscription.
I’ve decided to have a few microadventures in May.
It’s been five years since I decided to apply to Algonquin College’s ODAN program. Five. Years. It’s been three years since I graduated. I’ve felt like I’ve been flying by the seat of my pants since then, constantly working my way up the learning curve of new roles and a new industry.
As I make my way through grading 25 marketing and small business proposals, here are three lessons learned from my first term of teaching:
It’s not what you think.