Networking, Real Human Connections & Travel With TEDx Speaker Michael Bociurkiw | 100 Cups of Coffee


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Michael Bociurkiw is a two-time TEDx speaker. His career’s track record includes a spokesperson role with UNICEF, work with the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), The Globe and Mail, Huffington Post, and Forbes. And Michael runs a travel website, for those who want to escape the tourist bubble. We recorded this interview late last year, and I am excited to finally be posting it.

In store for you are: an awesome story, an excuse to feed your wanderlust, and advice on nurturing professional relationships (the right way). Every time I read through it I find a new bit of gold. Continue reading

Intern’s Quick Tips for Acing Emails

Sending emails was pretty much reserved for a) inviting people for 100 Cups of Coffee interviews b) asking my professors about assignments. It just wasn’t a big thing in my life. Can you relate?

Fast forward to the end of my internship – four months – and I’ve sent more emails than I have in my entire life. Since we organized events where I worked, I sometimes spent days inviting people to come out, to partner with us, etc. Entire. Days. And I’ve picked up a few interesting tricks. Continue reading

Moving To Montreal

I woke up with a splitting headache from the night before. We hadn’t been drinking, but waking up at 6AM after a night with friends which ended only three hours earlier isn’t exactly fun. When you have a train to catch, you do what you have to do. Continue reading

The Most Meaningful Period Conversation You Will Have With NGO Founder Sabrina Rubli |100 Cups of Coffee|

736755_10100501081331601_729144046_oYou absolutely, without exception, need to read this. Gender irrelevant.

At TEDxUW, sitting to my right, was a young gentleman who, as I’d learned earlier in the conference, is REALLY into cars. Mechanical engineer, beyond ambitious, a lovely neighbour, though a little on the fidgety side (you know who you are). He fidgeted through every Talk, except Sabrina’s.

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