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Some of our most popular podcasts from over the years
Corey Kupfer is an expert business consultant with over 30 years of negotiating experience. In his book, Corey draws on his years of experience on how to strike a deal that works for both parties.
Janna introduces us to the Mentra concept and tells us the importance of mentorship. Dave notes that a majority of major business leaders needed their own mentors to get to where they are today.
Meet Greg and Dave
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Entrepreneur, Filmmaker, Content Marketer and Storyteller
Vision Coaching Inc.
Passionate Executive Coach
Hosted By Greg & Dave, these thought-provoking interviews with entrepreneurs, thought leaders and movement makers revolve around the experineces and the moments that shaped their careers.
Are you focusing on how you can best serve the customer’s needs?
It’s been an incredible 4 years with 250+ guests that have brought Greg and Dave to this point.
Susan talks about the importance of continuous risk taking by entrepreneurs and encourages successful companies in a comfort zone to continue to expand.
Maybe it’s time to look into some humour training to help improve the culture and moral of your workplace!
We know that the coach approach works because we have experienced it in our own lives. Alison Smith talks about her coach approach to parenting.
Ken chats with Greg and Dave about his passion for surfing and how it has become a creative outlet for him to express himself and incorporate that into his ways of teaching.
Carla Langhorst and Peter Miller explain the meaning of social innovation and social enterprise.
Both guests go over the release of their new book, “The GiveBack Economy.
Jason talks the benefits of gDiapers for children, parents, and the environment.
Jeff explains Brilliant Labs, how their company is getting youth involved in coding, and their goal to reintroduce coding into the school curriculum.
Greg and Dave have Dana Stephenson from Vancouver, B.C. on the show to chat about his path to his current business, Riipen.
Curtis explains how he stays motivated, the life lessons he’s learned, and his passion for the world of entrepreneurship.
Walter on the importance of helping those who’ve been incarcerated to adopt entrepreneurship.
Thank you to all our listeners for growing with us over the years!