The Theory


Ever wondered what makes us "tick"? Do you remember the question when you were maybe in your early teens - what do you want to be when you grow up?. And, how did you know?

Maybe you followed in the footsteps of your father, mother or grandparents. Like most you probably had visions of being a fireman, a famous actor, or an equally exciting career. How many of us actually became what we dreamed about as kids?

For Career SEEKERS


Some people are lucky enough to know from the start what they want to do for the rest of their lives. They go to college or university to be lawyers, doctors, teachers, engineers or other professionals. This career path, although well-defined, does not guarantee that they will be happy in their chosen profession. If it did, then how do we explain that some eighty-five percent of people are unhappy in their jobs?



Most companies have developed detailed job descriptions for the various positions in their firms, but they seldom consider what type of person would make the best employee. Our unique job matching system addresses that issue.

Did you know that most studies suggest that the costs of hiring the wrong employee are three times their annual salary? This doesn't factor in the potential costs of litigation for wrongful dismissal.



Are you a Certified Career Counsellor? If so, then you know the challenges in getting your message across to potential clients. We are building a referral network for career counseling professionals across Canada and we would like you to join us.

In addition to providing territory based referrals we also offer our unique mini sites where you can add your own personal information. We are also building a national network of Business Partners to offer our services, plus you could be selected as one of our franchise locations, giving you a protected area.

Notable Quotes

The worst days of those who enjoy what they do are better than the best days of those who don't..

The major value in life is not what you get. The major value in life is what you become.

- Jim Rohn



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