The Power of Persistence


Originally from Montreal, I'm a motivated Canadian deeply committed towards implementing and communicating sustainability. Although things look dire, there's still time to act! To that effect, I'm more than happy to collaborate in order to help advance the sustainability transformation. Now living in Tokyo, I'm ready and willing to reach across countries and time zones to help realize positive change.

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  1. June 8, 2018

    […] of history surrounding it. The predominant myth associated with the koi is that which reflects its persistence. As the story goes, the fish (originally from China) had once decided to swim up a waterfall, and […]

  2. October 31, 2018

    […] As he describes it, he played witness to immense horror, yet also to resilience, observing the persistence of the human spirit, and eventually, […]

  3. October 14, 2019

    […] 2 […]

  4. February 28, 2020

    […] The second most important & recurring principal of PEP is “Kaizen” or the “Continuous Improvement” mindset. If you notice that how you currently do things isn’t smooth, then find a way to incrementally improve the process. It’s up to you to try it, then keep adjusting until the process becomes optimal. Persistence is key! […]

  5. March 4, 2020

    […] to address all the issues we face on a daily. There are however sustainable solutions out there! Stay persistent. You can find pain relief and discover more about yourself in the […]

  6. July 31, 2020

    […] Not taking no for an answer, I naturally replied back, pointing out that if he recognized the gravity of the situation, then we certainly needed to start somewhere. Unless there were other comparable initiatives currently ongoing, we absolutely needed to support what was currently underway. […]

  7. February 8, 2021

    […] the track record of Canadian voters, I’m confident that our focus on climate action will not be curtailed. There may be shortfalls and costs to bear along the way, but the carbon tax is here to […]

  8. April 27, 2021

    […] know or will never fully understand. And working through some of these issues takes time and a whole lot of patience. You’ll need to earn their trust and teach them the world is not always a scary […]

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