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We are stronger because we have both men and women in leadership!

By Sherri Dickie
With International Women’s Day occurring earlier this week, I like many, took some time to reflect on the amazing women in government, technology, science and business who paved the way before me. I also reflected specifically on our own organization, Vector Marketing Canada, and thought about some of our tremendous role models, like our National Sales Manager, Angie Macdougall. I reflected on what we do well, and where we too…
Toronto, Ontario, August 9, 2015. Canada vs USA sitting Volleyball 2015 Parapan Am Games . Photo Scott Grant/Canadian Paralympic Committee

Setting No Limits

By Elyssa Andrus
Paralympic athlete Amber Skyrpan excels on and off the court This past summer, Amber Skyrpan realized an athletic dream eight years in the making. The Edmonton, Alberta resident competed in the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio De Janerio, representing both Canada and other young, ambitious women throughout the world who face physical challenges. Skyrpan is a member of the Canadian Sitting Volleyball team. The 24-year-old setter and hitter does not…

No excuses

By Elyssa Andrus
Daniel Petty doesn’t make excuses. He makes sales. The 23-year-old Edmonton, Alberta resident lost his vision in a horrific auto accident five years ago. But that hasn’t stopped him from becoming one of Vector Marketing Canada’s top sales representatives. He recently placed third overall in the country for the 2016 summer scholarship campaign. And since joining Vector Marketing Canada in April, he’s sold more than 40,000 worth of Cutco Cutlery.…

How To Ask For What You Want

By Sherri Dickie
Next month, children all across the country will have no problem walking up to front doors, ringing the bell, and excitedly yelling “trick or treat”. They want candy, and they have no qualms asking for it! In fact, most young kids aren’t afraid of asking for what they want on a daily basis, even if it becomes a little obnoxious or annoying to the parents and adults around them. They…
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4 Keys to Effective Teamwork

By Sherri Dickie
If you are athletic and grew up playing a lot of organized sports, or if you were involved in your school’s student council, or theatre productions, you already may be very familiar with group dynamics and working on a team; however if you didn’t, working on a team may be somewhat new to you. I can assure you that if you are intentional about developing these skills now, it will…

The Realization of Opportunity  

By Riley Grieveson
Something that’s troubled me for some time. But has been brought to light. I used to see Vector as something that is difficult and draining, that leaves me exhausted at the end of the day and sometimes leaving me feeling like a failure. But in my sociology class It has come to my attention that many citizens of Canada sit below the poverty line, without opportunity to grow. This means…

Tis the season for giving!

By Parker Muirhead
The holidays are here, and everybody is in the spirit of giving back. But what does giving back really mean to you? There are many wonderful people in the world who do so much to help out others in need, but the sad reality is there are many people who look out for themselves with little thought for others. You have bills to pay, mouths to feed, you need a…

The Summer That Changed Everything

By Sophia Lazarus
How many times have we heard the phrase “If you work hard enough, you can achieve anything” and thought that’s just something people say, but not something that is actually true? Probably a lot. Throughout our lives there are limits placed on our potential for success, whether by external forces telling us that we can’t do something or our own internal voices mimicking them with: “That’s not possible”, “You can’t…

Becoming the Strongest Version of Yourself

By Kreig Yeh
We all have bad days, weeks, months, and for some, even years. Different streams of pain whether it be from death, to heartbreak, to life changing catastrophes, can throw even the most optimistic of us into a state of constant dwelling and turmoil. The challenge is what you will do in these opportune times for growth and development. Focusing on the past four months of my life, I have gone…

Don’t let failing be the last thing you do

By Emeka Ossai
After failing comes success. After massive failure, comes massive success, if you let it… My biggest lesson in failure came after working with Vector Marketing for a couple of years. Throughout my time with the company, I had always just been your average rep and manager. I would win some awards, but mostly I finished between 3rd-5th amongst my peers; nothing out of the ordinary, I just did the minimum…

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