Category Archives: personal development

Pegine’s Motivational Times — Mentoring Matters

The ran an article on Monday, October 19, 2009 by Ralph Bangs and Larry E. Davis called “Mentoring programs can build diversity in management”. The article said mentoring is the #1 strategy for people to succeed. I agree, being mentored is critical in all areas and stages of our lives. There are different kinds… Continue Reading

Pegine’s Motivational Times

To Play BIG you have to Be BOLD Bold acts come from knowing deep within that you will be okay, no matter what. Bold acts draw on the experience and knowledge that you have the talents, capabilities and confidence to: Survive whatever is handed to you. That you have the perseverance, tenacity and determination to… Continue Reading

Game On

Pegine’s Motivational Times by Pegine Echevarria Plan, action and results. Each and every day you read or hear about the power of plans. You think about your plans, and the organizational plans. You look at your to do sheets, squash the fires within your teams and make the calls you need to make, then you… Continue Reading

Your Independence

Pegine’s Motivational Times by Pegine Echevarria I’ve got the power. It is a great day when you realize that you have the power to change your life, your perceptions of the world and your willingness to decide to succeed, no matter what. It is shedding the layer of thoughts, ideas and perceptions that has held… Continue Reading

Submission Call & Deadlines

12 Days of Christmas Bread ‘n Molasses magazine is gearing up for its annual holiday extravaganza “12 Days of Christmas” online! If you have a story (true or fiction), poem, photos, videos, songs, paintings, or any other work on a Christmas theme send it to us and your work might be featured on our website… Continue Reading

Planting the Right Seeds

Pegine’s Motivational Times by Pegine Echevarria There is a quote that millions of people hear all over the world, “You reap what you sow.” The interesting thing about that quote is that most people are not farmers, therefore the process of sowing is an art that many are not familiar with. Many, many moons ago… Continue Reading


By Blake Lindsay People often ask me, “Why are you no longer a deejay on the air somewhere?” I’m happy to explain with a story that has an unenthusiastic beginning, however has a very positive reassuring ending like some of my favourite trials. If you are experiencing a career transition, or know someone who is,… Continue Reading

Le Violon fantastique

From August 8th to 19th 2009 Caraquet’s Old Convent will host Le Violon fantastique, a grandiose multimedia presentation. Inspired by an Acadian legend from the Catherine Jolicoeur Collection, the storyline depicts a bewitched community, a blacksmith who plays music, his eldest daughter, and a stranger with one goal: corrupting them. The Violon fantastique scenario is… Continue Reading

21inc Search for Top Young Leaders

21inc. launched a province-wide search for 21 enthusiastic and energetic young New Brunswickers on May 1st to participate in its 21 leaders program – a unique leadership development experience designed to give new and emerging leaders the tools, networks and confidence to make a significant positive impact in their careers and on the province. Participants… Continue Reading