No matter what business you are in, there is change, and it’s happening pretty quickly.
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.
In the Sixties, conglomerates were all the rage.
In Canada, things are very honest.
I’ve got a lot of respect for tuba players, just carrying that thing around.
I’ve always believed that competition is good for consumers and good for businesses.
I went into radio in 1965 when I got a license for CJOR 600 AM. It was my second business.
I track some long hours.
I probably fly twice a week, within Canada and the States.
I come to work, and I have a good time. I have no reason to change anything that I do.
During school, I’d advertise cars in the University of British Columbia newspaper.