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This Time Is Different Part I: What Bitcoin Isn’t

  “[Bitcoin] won’t end well, it’s a fraud…worse than tulip bulbs…[but] if you were a drug dealer, a murderer, stuff like that, you are better off doing it in bitcoin than U.S. dollars,” — Jamie Dimon: CEO, JP Morgan Headline: JPMorgan Guilty of Money Laundering, Tried To Hide Swiss Regulator Judgement — via Cointelegraph   ( […]

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The Transition Overview: Building Companies That Matter

Overview The Transition Town phenomenon is a self-organizing movement to create resilient communities that can prosper in the oncoming era beyond cheap oil. I was drawn to this concept when I first encountered it and was pleasantly surprised to find out that I lived not far away from one, Dundas Ontario is just a few […]

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Canadian Government’s Controversial Tax Proposals. Where are we now?

By Peter Weissman FCPA, FCA, TEP who has been tirelessly advocating against the current administrations’ plans to “supertax” small business “passive income” at 73%. (I also wrote my own reaction to the hypocrisy of this proposal on my personal blog). Concerns regarding Finance Minister Bill Morneau’s controversial July 18, 2017 proposed changes to tax rules for […]

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Don’t have a Mission Statement. Be On A Mission.

[ Originally published November 24, 2014 on the easyDNS blog and included here to build up some base material ahead of launch – markjr]  The 800lb Gorilla in your space has a Mission Statement. Possibly complimented by a Vision Statement and maybe even a Values/Ethics Statement for good measure. These were either outsourced to a […]

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