Category Archives: Blog

Scuba Diving in St. Jerome Quebec

Many things hold a once in a lifetime experience for scuba divers who take part in the Jacques Cousteau’s 5Ever Scuba gift. Jacques Cousteau came up with the 5Ever Scuba in honor of the inventor of the underwater breathing device used in the military since 1945. To celebrate Cousteau’s achievement, Scuba diving enthusiast all over… Read More »

Trout Fishing – The Basics For Fishing For Trout

In this article I will use the trout fishing basics outlined in the first article in this series, AquaRottyRent. the first article was more of a beginning approach at fishing trout and was mainly about the importance of what goes into each process. In this article the second installment will deal with the actual fishing… Read More »

The Reality of Horseracing Handicapping Using Online materials

You may have had a chance to sit through a horse racing simulcast live or via satellite feed or perhaps you’ve read horse racing tip sheets and know all the people with inside information because those folks used a racing form or past performances or some other source to get a taste of the race.… Read More »

Deer Hunting in the March Season?

Most whitetail deer hunters want to get out there and score their buck and most of them plan on doing so when the weather conditions are favorable. As the saying goes, “You must learn to crawl before you walk”, but in the spring it is so much easier said than done. That is why I… Read More »

The Importance of Choosing Quality Paintballs

Paintball may be one of the world’s fastest-growing outdoor sports, but the popularity of the game is quickly dwindling. The reasons for this phenomenon are both many and varied, but for a long time nobody seems to have a solution to this problem. When the traditional outdoor paintball fields dried up, people quickly found themselves… Read More »

The Three Most Important Qualities a Leader Must Have

It happens more frequently than you’d think. You’re assigned to a team. You’re starting a team. Someone gets on your team. Then you see this person’s lack of skill level. It’s your job – clearly – to help them get to the next level. It’s your time and responsibility. So how do you do that,… Read More »

Your Business and the Government – How Do They Fit In?

Now that you have followed the advice of the professionals, and done all of the necessary research to make sure your business will be in compliance with tax law as it is, you may be wondering what business you can do with it. At times when you feel like it you need to take the… Read More »

Do You Embrace The Problems or the Solutions?

How smart is your bending on the knee? We’re talking about kerning, or how we come from one side or the other of the motivational le quotes, from the old school or the new-age philosophies, townshipGive me all of the Adding InfoigateVER along with a swift kick-back, and I’m your man. And if all the… Read More »

Lanyards – A Reachability Tool For Your Business

Do you have a paper database or an audio file stored in a database? Again? If you do, this application will help you organize information! Put paper in a box with drawers to keep track of things organized. Look into a wall closet for valuable things that you can use. For example: Operating systemhesessions history,es… Read More »

Tackling Difficult Interview Questions

Tell the panel about yourself. Make sure the answer to this question takes less than 2 minutes. The interviewer won’t enjoy the employees reading the same information over and over again, or someone who can’t tell the interviewer about their education, background and work experience in a succinct manner. This is your chance to create… Read More »