When I was 10 years old, I considered myself an amateur chemist. I had received a chemistry set for my birthday and couldn’t wait to mix different chemicals together in an effort to rival my first vinegar and baking soda experiment. . .
A few years ago, I was asked to coach a group of entrepreneurs who were getting ready for a Startup Calgary pitch event. . .
I was reading Fast Company and came across an article that reminded me about the “picks and shovels strategy”. . .
As an English major, with a minor in Indigenous Studies, I had spent very little time in the Bissett School of Business, never venturing to the upper floors.