My dad made a huge impact on me in terms of right and wrong.
It's quite normal to hear of a change and see it as a problem, but it's probably an opportunity, depending on how quickly you can adjust.
What I like most about an aquarium is that all ages, from toddlers to pre-schoolers to retired grandparents, can really enjoy the wonders of the sea.
During school, I'd advertise cars in the University of British Columbia newspaper.
I come to work, and I have a good time. I have no reason to change anything that I do.
I probably fly twice a week, within Canada and the States.
I track some long hours.
I went into radio in 1965 when I got a license for CJOR 600 AM. It was my second business.
I've always believed that competition is good for consumers and good for businesses.
I've got a lot of respect for tuba players, just carrying that thing around.
In Canada, things are very honest.
In the Sixties, conglomerates were all the rage.
No matter what business you are in, there is change, and it's happening pretty quickly.
People in the high-tech sector are living with change every hour. They can get up in the morning and find themselves behind already.
We all fail - I have failed so many times, but it never discourages me. I just pick up and go.
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