It's a myth that only highly intelligent people are creative. Research shows that once you pass an I.Q (scale) about 120 (which is just a little above average), creativity and intelligence are not at all related. What keeps people from tapping into creativity are bad habits picked up throughout the Read More
Wasting trees? Printing too much paper? Think managed print services (MPS) to reduce non-essential printing. Small to mid-sized businesses can reduce costs by decreasing non-essential printing and incorporating managed print services (MPS) into business processes. Read More
This is a short blog post about the ups and downs of blogging. We all have our struggles from time to time. You're not alone. Read More
"Let's acknowledge the elephant in the room: Most business owners understand the need for job descriptions, yet there are many currently operating without these oh-so-so important documents." Read More
Businesswomen face social pressures at work everyday. So what are the common issues faced by them, and what is the solution to the problem? Or is there one? Read More
According to Emily May, the Office Manager, before they had Sumac, they were using Excel spreadsheets for all of their operations, which meant everything was done manually, took a lot of time, and common operations like searching and performing a mail merge were nearly impossible. Read More
What to do when you happen to be at the time of impending business collapse? Here are some business continuity advice for you and your company. Read More
If you are interested to implement more sustainable practices, but are not sure where to start, here are some key elements of a sustainable business model. Read More
We all succumb to distraction nearly every day. Whether in the office, travelling to a client or working from home, there are things that catch our attention and draw us away from our work.

There is hope, however, here’s some strategies for combatting distraction and getting back to your priorit Read More
There is a common saying that; "The most accurate predictor of future performance is past performance in a similar situation." Behavioral interviewing, although a relatively new concept,  is a widely used interview technique.  This process is widely used by employers to judge a candidate’s experien Read More

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When John Paul Aguiar launched his blog two and a half years ago, it was with a much loftier goal than simply finding a … More
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