Establishing Your Sustainable Business and Focusing on Good
Have you ever thought about just how much waste we create from the clothing items we toss away? Our guest Shamini Dhana has, and she has a solution.
That’s the struggle that real estate mother-son team Mary and Davis Schryer saw happening to their demographic of clients. They came up with a solution with the services they offer to help guide their clients through the downsizing process.
Alexya Heelis joins us to share how they are trying to get people to think about their donations, the way they think about their financial investments.
We speak with Gail Bremner, Executive Director of Stonehammer Geopark, who shares her mission to spark curiosity about the earth.
Michelle Delamor is creating a seismic shift with No Girl Left Behind to share messages of support, love and confidence with today’s young women.
Michael shares his thoughts about getting help and allowing yourself to experience your own success.
It’s been an incredible 4 years with 250+ guests that have brought Greg and Dave to this point.
What are the cultural agreements we are all making daily? Do we even realize we are making those agreements?
Giving someone an opportunity to have a job and a career doesn’t have to depend on what they do or don’t have listed on their resume.
Battling Climate Change One Tree At A Time: Zach Melanson shares the work of Community Forests International
Climate change is an issue that is and will continue to affect us. One New Brunswick based company is looking at this challenge head on.
Unconscious Bias can affect how we interact with everyone around us and judge others based on our own lived experiences or perceptions of who they are.
Lisa joins us to talk about her past experiences & new projects that highlight the necessary shift to our education system to better ready children for the future.
The Hyslop’s explain their business journey and the importance of talking about social entrepreneurship.
Gavin describes his business journey in creating his reusable product, ’Lucky Iron Fish’, which helps combat iron deficiency.
Suzanne explains keeping your values while making business decisions, and she tells of developing her feminism values.
We sit down and talk with two of the board members of L’Arche, a chain of communities where people with disabilities are able to explore their gifts.
Jeff explains Brilliant Labs, how their company is getting youth involved in coding, and their goal to reintroduce coding into the school curriculum.
Bethany chats with Greg and Dave about creating SomaDetect agriculture farming company. The company helps farmers provide better care for animals and provide quality milk.
Richard explains the impact on broad lateral thinking that comes with training or schooling in architecture. This helps expand job prospects.
Bridget Oland discusses how she got to her position as the marketing director and recipe developer of Crosby’s Molasses.
Greg introduces Alex MacBeath as the Chair of the Wallace McCain Institute. We hear the in-depth process of becoming a member of this organization.
Andrew Bedford’s shares his passion towards heritage marketing and how he became inspired to recreate the Hartt Shoe Company.
Cody Royle explains leadership in the business world is similar to leadership in the sports world.
Elizabeth explains to the listeners her company “Meaningful Organizational Design Incorporated” and how her company specializes in meaningful business.
The company that Bernie Geiss founded is Cove Continuity Advisors Inc. This company is the only certified insurance B-Corp in all of Canada.
Michael Katz explains why your likeability is actually your biggest asset and how you can stand out from other people with your same qualifications.
Will Bernard and Billy English talk about the importance of setting goals for your business.
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.
Stephen talks about why he can afford to spend so much time surfing in Costa Rica while running a successful business.
Heather explains her much anticipated return to the Winter Olympic Games.
Kevin’s main project is Hyasynth Bio. A startup focused on opening up the potential of cannabis-derived medicine.
Ian discusses his involvement with politics and being surrounded by politicians who inspired him to pursue his passion.
Myriam and Ajax explain the creation of Coherence Collaborative, a business providing organizations strategic business services.
Jenna discusses with Greg and Dave the importance of bringing a community together and how she spreads kindness and positivity during the Christmas season.
Greg and Dave bring special guests Kaiya Hemmings and Liam Vale onto the show to ask Craig Kielburger some questions about the WE Day event.
The voice of the Boiling Point intro, Matt Webber, talks about operating a restaurant/pub outside Halifax called Edible Matters.
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.
Corey on how having social responsibility in your company changes your worldview.
Steve discusses his very successful brewery aswell as what it means to be a B-Corp.
Rick shares with us his experience as a security guard and explains going about de-escalating violent situations.
Dave talks going from Kredl’s employee to owning the store and deciding to sell local food.
Deborah talks her career and company, Canteen Media, that offers media training services.
Bruce Mcleod talks how he impacts companies product differentiation and competitive advantage.
Why it’s meaningful to see charitable dollars and how the app, Givesome, funded an initiative in less than 2 hours.
Jason talks the benefits of gDiapers for children, parents, and the environment.
We hear about Richard Vaillancourt’s decision to merge his banking background with a triple bottom line approach through Omista Credit Union.
Change in Tempo Introducing Dylan Berry and Smash Haus Music Group One of the industries that have changed quite a bit over the last few decades is the music industry. No longer do we wait in lines at the local record store because for the most part all of these...
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...
Can a B-Corp Become “Best for the World” Through Doing Good in Business? Learn What’s Possible with Bryan Welch
Learn Bryan’s motivation for starting a media company focusing on businesses doing good in the world and Bryan’s creation of the “Best for the World” list.
Aaron talks ‘For the Region’ and how Atlantic Canada is ripe for new business.
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...
Marcel discusses his feelings on company missions & social entrepreneurship. He shares how to get your company’s people invested in a vision for the better.
Growing with your Sustainable Brand Introducing Derek Sabori It is quite the journey when you start answering the phones for free and eventually progress to a vice president of global sustainability. That is the path that Derek Sabori took though. Derek works with...
We learn the importance of teaching code to kids before grade five, and the need to “break the stigma” and get girls interested in coding.