Stage 3 Learning to be Patient – having the capacity to accept or tolerate without becoming annoyed or anxious. As a proud Canadian, I feel we are doing a bang up job with the New Normal, but recovery is going to be a long and winding road. There has been a lot of negative news about businesses in Canada, yet my opinion is that we are a clever bunch of folks who will welcome new ventures and adapt to changes while we move forward along that road. With small and mid-sized business’s work flow reinvented and the creation of new partnerships, we will thrive and succeed. Small businesses are one of the main sources of employment in Canada, and with the support of our Federal, Provincial and local governments, and very importantly consumers, we play an important part in supporting the economy.
& At Posh, I am committed to keeping our dollars in Canada, and in all that we do in every aspect of the running of the business, it is the highest priority for us. It’s an exciting time for my intimate boutique and, as a business woman, I’m enjoying the task of rethinking and scaling business to the new normal.

 As we move forward, it seems we are in the intermission in a long action-packed movie, and
although I am looking forward to reading the credits, I am enjoying the show. "Soon come is a Jamaican saying Patience is a virtue” I now get it. Big time.

Stay safe. Shop local. Support your neighbourhood main streets in all that you do. I am bigtime. It makes you feel good. I promise

July 30, 2020 — Aileen Selkirk

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