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Episode 119 – Joe Brewer and Evonomics

A Culture Designed for All Introducing Joe Brewer and Evonomics Looking back through history you could find many examples of capitalism running amuck. There are even recent examples of those with money and power abusing those with less.   This week’s guest sees a...

You Can Be That Someone – John Harthorne and MassChallenge

You Can Be That Someone Introducing John Harthorne and MassChallenge Sometimes you could wait so long for someone else to solve a problem and not even realize that you could be that someone. This week’s Boiling Point guest, John Harthorne had the epiphany that he...

Episode 117 – Craig Pinhey

Tap into your Passion Introducing Craig Pinhey, The Beer and Wine Guy The best type of hobby is one you can turn into a job. That is exactly what Craig Pinhey did with his love of beer, wine, and spirits. Craig is a trained engineer but his passion was wine and...

Caroline Duell and All Good Products

Listen Now We hear how Caroline went from being a rock-climbing instructor and massage therapist to a balm entrepreneur. Caroline tells us where the name for All Good Products came from. She tells us about her reluctance about entering the business world. We learn...

Episode 115 – Paul French and Innovation and Tech Today

The Future is Coming Introducing Paul French and Innovation & Technology Today Thomas Fuller once said, “He that fears not the future may enjoy the present.” Though we may be uneasy about where the advances of technology will take us, the future is coming and it...

Episode 114 – Steve Goddard and Resilia Medical Solutions

A Solution for Every Challenge Introducing Steve Goddard and Resilia Medical Solutions Everyone remembers having an unfortunate urinary accident when they were young. Not only is it uncomfortable, but also embarrassing. Most of us grow past these challenges as we...

Episode 111 – Cory Richardson and Hanging Hugs

Building Community One Hanging Hug at a Time Introducing Cory Richardson of Hanging Hugs Cory Richardson is an individual who has spent his life spreading love and community. Whether teaching hula hooping to children, or taking the time to help the people of Uganda,...

Episode 110 – Christina Smith of the Redwoods Group

Taking a Stand Introducing Christina Smith of The Redwoods Group Sometimes the course of events in life offers you an opportunity to take a stand for what is right and just. This week’s Boiling Point guest knows all about this. Christina Smith is a consultant with the...

Episode 109 – Sean Dunbar and Picaroons Traditional Ales

The Chief Spiritual Advisor Introducing Sean Dunbar and Picaroons Traditional Ales Sean Dunbar has a great gig; he brews, drinks, and talks about beer for a living. More than that though, Sean is the owner of Picaroons Traditional Ales and he has been a catalyst and...

Episode 108 – Stephen Kopp & Monica Adair of Acre Architects

Crafting the Life you want to Create Introducing Stephen Kopp & Monica Adair of Acre Architects As Stephen Kopp and Monica Adair could tell you, architecture isn’t only about designing buildings or spaces. Just as importantly, architecture is designing lives and...

Boiling Point – Episode 107 – Flo Devellennes and HitchPlanet

Hitch a Ride Introducing Flo Devellennes and HitchPlanet Entrepreneurship is all about having an experience that spurs an idea, which can lead to a business. This was the exact series of events that happened to this week’s guest, Flo Devellennes. Flo moved to Canada...

Episode 106 – Janet Scott and Enterprise Saint John

Finding the Right Problem to Solve Introducing Janet Scott and Enterprise Saint John In running a business there are constantly problems that need to be solved. However, sometimes you find yourself hitting a bit of a brick wall. Perhaps you haven’t even figured out...

Episode 105 – Wendy Papadopoulos and Big Tide Brewing

Brewing Up a Boiling Pint Introducing Wendy Papadopoulos and Big Tide Brewing It is funny how life works. Sometimes you can connect the dots looking back and it all makes sense, but you would have never guessed where you would have ended up at the beginning of your...

Episode 104 – Rebecca Hamilton and W. S. Badger Company

A Better Balm Introducing Rebecca Hamilton and W. S. Badger Company There are no better products than those developed out of a dire need. That was exactly how today’s guest, Rebecca Hamilton's product Badger Balm was created. Badger Balm is a family business and...

Episode 101 – Robyn Tingley and GlassSKY

From Glass Ceiling to GlassSKY Introducing Robyn Tingley and GlassSKY We all know diversity and inclusion is important in any workplace. So why do some of our sectors of our economy have such a difficult time recruiting and retaining women. While women have become an...

Episode 98 – Michael Katz and Blue Penguin Development

Connecting to Clients with Content Introducing Michael Katz and Blue Penguin Development Not much can be more engaging than a good story. What is even better is when you can connect a great story to a challenge your company solves. Michael Katz does this sort of...

Episode 97 – Phil Graves, Patagonia, and $20 Million & Change

Reinvesting in Triple Bottom Line Introducing Phil Graves, Patagonia, and $20 Million & Change For over four decades, Patagonia has been a leader in high-end outdoor wear. The worldwide clothing brand not only makes clothes to wear outside, but also is known for...

Episode 96 – Lise Hansen and Allan Gates and Huddle

Sharing the Stories of Business Introducing Lise Hansen and Allan Gates and Huddle What do you do when you are journalistic and business minded, but you live in a place that doesn’t employ a single fulltime business reporter? You follow the path of Lise Hansen and...

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