A quick update on Goober – the cat that was rescued up in Minden. It’s a he! He’s not a kitten (8-10 years old) and he was full of worms! I’m happy to say that he no longer has worms and that he has a home! And a new name – Henry!
Deep down inside, he will always be Goober to me.
And now onto the alleged crooks and criminal element. Earlier this year I was renting office space from a man who was charged by the Ontario Securities Commission (OSC) with defrauding investors of more than $30 million through a sub-prime auto loan fund and his associated companies. The latest developments have been posted at the OSC web site (link to E.I. proceedings) and it’s interesting to note that a lot of background information on the case can be found online with a Google search on the names of the companies and people involved, since the fund and companies were forced into receivership by a secured creditor. Hours and hours of fun reading!
Since that fateful day when I received an email from a client asking if I was aware of who I was sharing office space with, I’ve made a conscious decision to move away from earning an income off of other people’s business’ and to focus on my own. This is one of the reasons that I launched The Learning Studio (a small reason).
I’m not sure what the future will bring, but I do know that I want to be doing something that will make a positive impact on the world and the people living on it.
Keep looking forward and put one foot in front of the other.
There are 644 days to go.