That Julia Halfyard is one wise woman. Have a listen to her advice for anybody feeling unsure about their future.
Fortis Tap Your Potential congratulates the eight people who will be invested into the Order of Newfoundland and Labrador at a ceremony at Government House on January 31.
The Order of Newfoundland and Labrador recognizes individuals who have demonstrated excellence and achievement in any field of endeavour benefiting in an outstanding manner the province and its residents. This year’s recipients are:
Terence S. Goodyear...
Dr. Falah B. Maroun
Kathleen Pratt LeGrow
Katarina Mirabelle Roxon
Marie E. Ryan
Frederick David Smallwood
Since the first appointments in 2004, 90 recipients have been named to the Order of Newfoundland and Labrador.
When you come from Newfoundland & Labrador, Dr. Mohamed Ravalia says: the world is your oyster. And he’s not just talkin’ about our seafood.
“I’m just a little person, from a little town.” Jane Hurley talks about feeling like you can’t compete.
It sounds simple, but as Brianna Gosse can tell you: sometimes keeping your own expectations in check is half the battle.
Sometimes when you go away, you appreciate being from this place even more.
Balance is hard… but when you find the work you love, like Lisa Browne did, it’s well worth making the ol’ work-life balancing act a priority.
Being an artist involves finding the stories you want to tell. In his latest personal project, Morgan MacDonald felt compelled to commemorate Beothuk history: http://www.thetelegram.com/…/nl-sculptor-morgan-macdonalds…/
No matter how famous Jeremy Charles gets, he always stays close to his roots. And his root vegetables.
When you feel like you’re lacking in something, maybe you just need to look for it in another part of your life – the way Paula Kelly looks to exercise for mental toughness. http://tapyourpotential.ca/paula-kelly.html#videos1
“Insane.” That’s how Romano Di Nillo describes being a Newfoundlander, on a Broadway stage, watching audiences react to a story about the kindness of Newfoundlanders in the darkest of times.
Though she had great mentors, beginning a rural medical practice at age 25 is no walk in the park – that’s why Dr. Pauline Duke also credits her patients and colleagues with teaching her “how to be a family doctor.”
Have you ever followed your gut to make an unplanned career change? After a natural disaster, Dr. Andrew Furey felt called to an unexpected path – and he hasn’t looked back since. http://bit.ly/2ChcZIE
One neat (and potentially nerve-wracking) thing about working in the restaurant industry is that you get instant feedback. For Jeremy Charles, it’s part of what keeps him doing what he does.