Achieving a Healthy Lifestyle
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The Awesome Music Project opens our eyes to how music should be used to help improve mental health.
Poverty plays a huge role in children’s experiences in the arts and sports as they grow up. But as today’s guest helps to explain to us, being a part of a team can change that.
Shauna shares with us her experiences and the tipping point for her to make that post, change her career path and choose to help others find their best career fit with her consulting work and youtube channel, Career Interrupted.
Diversity in our communities continues to be a path to success whether it’s for economic, cultural or lifestyle purposes.
Dr Bill Howatt takes the guest seat in this week’s episode as Dave and Greg learn more about the release of his new book, Stop Hiding and Start Living: How to Say F-it to Fear and Develop Mental Fitness.
We’ve taken a step outside of it this week to take advantage of Dr Bill’s knowledge, be very vulnerable about what we are all experiencing and talk through how we can cope with our current work and overall life experiences during COVID-19.
Entrepreneurship isn’t just about making money. It’s about creating a lifestyle that works for you, has the impact you want to have in life and building communities that you support and who support you.
Have you been avoiding a challenging, high stakes conversation?
Are you facing a hard life choice? Our guest today doesn’t have all the answers for you but she can teach you how to find them yourself.
If you’ve faced adversity in your career, you need to listen to the story of our guest Emily Rodger.
We all need to see the reality of racism in our culture that unconsciously impacts our beliefs.
Maybe it’s time to look into some humour training to help improve the culture and moral of your workplace!
Listen Now Most of the time, math teaches us that there are right and wrong answers. It’s positive to succeed, and it’s negative to fail. But is this attitude leading us to limit what kids feel they can learn? Are we causing anxiety and not adequately preparing...
It’s been an incredible 4 years with 250+ guests that have brought Greg and Dave to this point.
Tell Them They Have Broccoli in Their Teeth – Bruce McLeod Changes Our Minds About Difficult Conversations
Do you need to have a “difficult” conversation that you’ve been avoiding?
Being Busy Doesn’t Make You A Leader – Dan Pontefract Breaks Down The Stigma of Taking Time To Think
Dan wants to help people understand that taking time to think & being driven by a purpose will lead to overall happiness we should all be striving for.
Seth Godin talks about the placebo effect, how it affects people, and why trying to be a perfectionist is incredibly flawed.
Rumeet explains her work with Viewpoint Leadership, she talks about “Tall Poppy Syndrome”, and she talks how to build resilience.
Ed talks building a relationship with technology and why it is important for kids’ future.
David talks about how the firewalking process effects people, his first time firewalking, and how the process effects people.
Are you feeling stuck? Elizabeth talks about staying motivated and why some entrepreneurs find their interest in their company going stale.
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.
Jaclyn chats with Greg and Dave and describes how the Law Of Attraction inspired her book “33 Days: A Parenting Program to Strengthen Your Family”.
Debbie and Shain tell the story on how they went down the road of goat farming and how they are so grateful to get paid to do what they love.
Jeff talks about ways to cope with stress within emergency cares. This led him to being heavily involved with work place safety.
Sean shares his secret to reprogramming your body.
Dr. Dhirendra Shukla explains his move to Canada at a young age, and how he joined UNB as a teacher with an amazing vision.
Rose discusses with Greg and Dave how she founded Leonty3C.com, a Canadian firm that helps people shift into thrive.
Henry shares how much of a great impact Yoga is for physical and mental health.
Tammy explains to Dave and Wayne how pole dancing is more of a fitness oriented activity, rather than what it is stereotyped as.
Craig talks how breaking down big problems into smaller ones helps you to pursue your passions.
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.
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.
Creating a Life Worth Living is a Life Saved Introducing Neil Burchill and inSIGHT Wellness We have all heard the phrase, “everything in moderation.” How many of us actually live these words? The people who seem to have the greatest lives are the ones who take care of...
Leeno talks how ‘Enkidu’ drives unconscious bias out of organizations.
Have you truly challenged yourself lately? So many of us go through our daily lives and make excuses why we can’t take ourselves to the next level.
Barry talks raising millions of dollars in Saint John and why empowering children is important.
Amy talks of her coaching career and explains how to cope with conflict with others.
Wear your Label and Defeat Mental Health Stigmas Introducing Kyle MacNevin and Kayley Reid Mental health has traditionally been a taboo topic to talk about openly. This left many unable or unwilling to reach out for help and caused them to suffer in...
Commander Hadfield expresses the lessons he has learned from floating around our little blue dot that we call home.
Introducing Jason MacLean Jason MacLean is the type of entrepreneur that just goes for it. This includes opening a health and lifestyle business in an industrial town not known for patronizing such businesses. However, Jay’s huge personality, passion, and work ethic...
Have you ever felt like something fell in place at just the right time? Well you, sir/madam, have been experiencing evidence of the law of attraction.