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One of our values here at TransparentC is “don’t stop moving.” It’s based on the concept of inertia: an object in motion will stay in motion. We’ve found this same concept applies to our work.

Whenever there’s a goal to achieve, one of the biggest hurdles to overcome is to overcome the initial resistance to start moving in the right direction. Once you’re past this point, it’s so much easier to just keep going. So how do we make sure we’re always in a state of motion? We’ve figured out a couple things that propel us in the right direction. Read more


If you’ve been on our site prior to August 2012, you might remember a stark, more clinical version of the TransparentC website and brand. I have to admit, I started getting a bit lost with the visuals. It ended up being a veggie salad mixed with icons and illustration – all I found fun and inspiring, but it was schizophrenic.

Enter the lastest interpretation of organic. Read more

Coming Up For Air

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We're very excited about what the rest of the summer and fall have in store for us. TransparentC is providing good value to its clients. We know what that value is, and we're getting better at articulating it. Stay with us. You won't be disappointed. Read more

I was told by our bank that they are renovating their branch to make way for a new co-work office model. There will be no more offices eventually, and employees will simply sign in to reserve an open office as they need to service their clients. A major telecommunications company here in the city is looking at doing the same thing.

If we had a discussion, I’m sure we would see that half of us will be for co-work space while the other half would be against it. Having co-work spaces seem to make sense given our transition-like culture and how mobile we are. Read more

We’re obsessed with best-selling author Michael Drew’s talk on the “Pendulum” effect on society. He recounts how society goes through 40-year stints of two cycles; a community cycle and an individualistic cycle. We’re eight years into the community cycle (called the Civic Cycle). It’s not a coincidence that social media are gaining momentum today. Read more