Welcome to this month’s Shelf Help Pick:How to Win Friends and Influence People By Dale Carnegie.
This book has six sections but let’s jump to the section that you’ll probably like the most!
Here are the six ways to make people like you!
Become genuinely interested in other people.
Remember that a person’s name is, to that person, the sweetest and most important sound in any language.
Be a good listener. Encourage others to talk about themselves.
Talk in terms of the other person’s interest.
Make the other person feel important – and do it sincerely.
Relieving Work Related Stress with Humour
I had a blast this month speaking for the Surrey District School Board Conference at the beautiful Bell Performing Arts Centre.
It was also an honour this month to kicking off Mental Wellness Week at Lawrence Park Collegiate
Congratulations to my latest class of Second City stand up students. What an extremely talented group of funny people! They will be doing their graduation showcase Weds. June 21st 7 pm at the John Candy Box Theatre.
HELPING OTHERS: TORONTO HOMELESS
How you can help Toronto’s homeless every Monday and Thursday night. Can you volunteer? Do you have clothes that can be picked up? Would you like to make a donation? Contact Alex 416 -834-7736.Thank you Jill from Brick Street Bakery Logan/Queen for all the baked goods for Toronto’s less fortunate. Thank you Valerie Rodrigo-Bibb for helping us make deliveries for City Street Outreach.
Congrats to Chef Jagger, Chef Doris and Feed It Forward on their Soup Bar grand opening this month at Bathurst/ Dundas.
Feed It Forward is a pay-what-you-can non-profit organization that is feeding Toronto’s homeless.
They are always looking for volunteers to help them at their soup bar and farm ( where they are growing food for the soup bar).
‘I believe the greatest privilege in this world is to use your freedom of speech for those who have no voice.’ – Ricky Gervais
There are two fantastic animal groups in Ontario who are always looking for drivers.