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A special podcast mini-series hosted and produced by The Boiling Point in partnership with UNB College of Extended Learning and Workplace Safety and Prevention Services.
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Want to be a guest on The Boiling Point Podcast?
We are always looking for people who have stories to tell about how their experiences and moments in their lives helped to shape their careers and propel change. If you are an entrepreneur, thought leader or movement maker with a story you think should be featured on The Boiling Point Podcast, please fill out our potential guest form.
Some of our most popular podcasts from over the years
Janna introduces us to the Mentra concept and tells us the importance of mentorship. Dave notes that a majority of major business leaders needed their own mentors to get to where they are today.
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.
Meet Our Hosts
The Boiling Point Podcast started with Dave Veale and Greg Hemmings being two friends who enjoyed having conversations about business, entrepreneurship and leadership. Over the years both Dave and Greg have taken breaks from the podcast which has given us the opportunity to have some amazing guest co-hosts.
Passionate Leadership Coach
When you meet Dave for the first time you will be drawn into his enthusiasm for helping people from all walks of life. He began his career as a counsellor helping young offenders and youth with special needs. An entrepreneur to the core, Dave co-founded Vision Coaching in 2005. He thrives on challenging people to be bold, to take risks and to realize their biggest dreams. He currently also has a column in the Saint John’s Telegraph Journal titled, Leadership Unleashed.
Entrepreneur, Filmmaker, Content Marketer and Storyteller
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Greg’s passion for documentary filmmaking has taken him to all corners of the globe. He has told compelling stories in the arctic, the Americas, Europe and Asia. He owns a media production company called Hemmings House, which has produced and sold television shows to more than 65 countries around the globe. Greg is also a dad, a husband, a musician, a snowboarder and surfs the big waves of the Bay of Fundy.
Chair of the Board at Acadian Construction
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David believes that a company and its employees can only grow and get better if the community around it grows and gets better. His contributions encompass involvement as a member of charity board of executives and participation in charity auctions. He also provides leadership and support to local causes such as the Friends of the Moncton Hospital, CHU Dumont, Prostate Cancer Canada, Cross Roads for Women and Systema NB. David delivers value-added solutions to owners and developers with a focus on client service. With an open book approach to construction and project management and an empowering leadership style, he provides strategic direction to the Acadian Team – building long-lasting, valuable relationships and driving business growth.
Certified Executive Coach - Public Speaker - Former Elite Cyclist - Avid Outdoors Woman
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Emily is a certified executive coach, athlete, angler (fly fishing), and avid outdoors woman. Raised in New Brunswick, Canada, sports were not part of her life until into adulthood. After working as a dental hygienist, she decided to pursue her passion for triathlon and cycling. Before she knew it, she found myself racing in the professional peloton.
Emily is a 2x UCI GranFondo World Champion (both Time Trial and Road Race), Canadian Masters National Time Trial Champion, and 70.3 Ironman world qualifier. But along with her success in cycling/triathlon, came more than a few hardships. Emily was involved in two very serious cycling crashes where she was struck by vehicles, resulting in multiple broken bones, a brain injury, and extensive soft tissue damage. Emily could go into detail about the crashes and her struggles during recovery, but instead she simply wants to share with you that she knows how it feels to be shattered, both mentally and physically. But no matter how broken you are or may feel, there is always a way out of our darkest places.
Susan talks about the importance of continuous risk taking by entrepreneurs and encourages successful companies in a comfort zone to continue to expand.Read More
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.Read More
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.Read More
Karen shares her story of growing a business, her views on doing business with a purpose and the wonderful feeling when finding her people in the B Corp community.Read More
Kevin talks about the importance of goal setting and sticking to the path to that goal whether an acquiring a company or working in a start-up.Read More
Kelly VanBuskirk tells why he wrote a book about Canadian employers and what motivated him to write it while living in the U.K.Read More
Thank you to all our listeners for growing with us over the years!