The Boiling Point Podcasts All Episodes
Walter on the importance of helping those who’ve been incarcerated to adopt entrepreneurship.
The voice of the Boiling Point intro, Matt Webber, talks about operating a restaurant/pub outside Halifax called Edible Matters.
Greg and Dave have Dana Stephenson from Vancouver, B.C. on the show to chat about his path to his current business, Riipen.
Natalie Nixon discusses how she changes lives through ideas, creativity and design thinking.
Guillaume explains Pixelis to Dave and Greg, as well as B-Corp’s innovation and it’s experimentation with sustainability in businesses.
Andy LaRose shares how Alcon Electrical Corp started with two guys in a garage, and the challenges he has faced in order to grow as an entrepreneur.
Jimmy Stice talks Kalu Yala, a self sufficient town he built in Panama which proves humanity can fit into nature without doing any harm.
Greg was invited to Kalu Yala by his friend Yarrow Kraner where he got the opportunity to network with international thought-leaders.
Jordan explains to Dave and Greg what his company QRA Corp does, and how he applys his background in quantum physics to designing complex tech systems.
Nicole notes her pride of being from the East Coast. She explains how Atlantic Canadian based entrepreneurs are great at organizing and starting businesses.
Corey on how having social responsibility in your company changes your worldview.
Jason talks about testing and certifying people who want to go into the boiler making and pipefitting industry in New Brunswick.
Steve discusses his very successful brewery aswell as what it means to be a B-Corp.
Henry shares how much of a great impact Yoga is for physical and mental health.
Rick shares with us his experience as a security guard and explains going about de-escalating violent situations.
Rivers talks his career and explains how the education system must be more business oriented.
Dave talks going from Kredl’s employee to owning the store and deciding to sell local food.
Tammy explains to Dave and Wayne how pole dancing is more of a fitness oriented activity, rather than what it is stereotyped as.
Deborah talks her career and company, Canteen Media, that offers media training services.
Paul shares his emotional life story with his hockey career that inspired his book.
Mike and Jan fill us in on their website and movement called Soaring Families. They helps families struggling with the emotional hardships of disabilities.
Bruce Mcleod talks how he impacts companies product differentiation and competitive advantage.
Craig talks how breaking down big problems into smaller ones helps you to pursue your passions.
Why it’s meaningful to see charitable dollars and how the app, Givesome, funded an initiative in less than 2 hours.