Defining Your Business Journey
All Defining Your Business Journey Episodes
(Newest to Oldest)
If you’re a filmmaker, artist, actor, or another type of creative professional, do you consider yourself an entrepreneur?
We are fortunate to have someone that is running in the upcoming Saint John municipal election join us to share what motivated him to throw his hat in the ring.
If you feel like your business is a little chaotic for you right now, we think you need to meet our guest who loves playing in the chaos.
Knowing your value and sticking to your narrative of what is key to you can be all the difference in making your way through the world.
Do feel like you’re an outlaw, rebel or misfit in your structured corporate career? Does innovation excite you?
Great marketing needs a mixture of chaos and planning, but how do you know where that line exists?
What drives one person into an entrepreneurship path? What life events instil that drive to create something all your own?
Elisa Camahort gives us essential lessons she’s learned throughout her career as an entrepreneur in the startup tech sector and some perspectives unique to being a female entrepreneur.
A panel of experts join us to give their experience around How To Be Seen As A Thought Leader by speaking about the idea of platform anxiety.
Hance entertains us with an informative take on becoming a subject matter expert through learning from those you are interviewing.
Peter Oxley Shares His Entrepreneurial Path Of Networking To Success
Allan joined us to give his experience around Defining Your Avatar, the first step in our Boiling Point Process: 4 Steps to Be Heard In A Noisy Market.
Innovation can come from common experiences when you have the right creative minds and entrepreneurial drive to make solutions a reality.
In the Maritimes, there is this idea that certain careers or industries won’t be possible here. Pamela Mullinger is proof this thinking is wrong.
It’s been an incredible 4 years with 250+ guests that have brought Greg and Dave to this point.
We all have the best intentions when we set out to build strategies for our business, but how often do we actually execute on those strategies?
We need more problem solvers and people who are ready to adapt to the changing situations we face in business and our personal lives.
Dave Carroll comes on to talk about the story behind the “United Breaks Guitars” videos from 2009 and what it says about the power of social media.
Curtis explains how he stays motivated, the life lessons he’s learned, and his passion for the world of entrepreneurship.
Greg and Dave talk about the rich history of Miramichi, New Brunswick with Adam Lordon who is both the mayor of Miramichi and a passionate filmmaker.
Hear about Courtney Blair’s company, Zippy Content, which connects entrepreneurs, authors, coaches, and consultants to the best podcasters around the globe.
We hear Brent Smith’s personal story of how he and his wife decided to open up The Newfoundland Chocolate Company.
Ernane advises small business owners that unconventional wisdom is more strategic in the real world than using conventional wisdom.
Beth explains how she founded Aquila Tours to support the cruise ship industry in Saint John, New Brunswick.
The Clean Money Revolution is a must read! Joel chats with Greg and Dave about Renewal Funds and the book that he has published and why he did it.