Defining Your Business Journey
All Defining Your Business Journey Episodes
(Newest to Oldest)
Kelly VanBuskirk tells why he wrote a book about Canadian employers and what motivated him to write it while living in the U.K.
John Simon chats about life experiences with friends, family and how traveling has motivated him to start his own business called Kefi Travel Club.
Walter on the importance of helping those who’ve been incarcerated to adopt entrepreneurship.
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.
Nicole notes her pride of being from the East Coast. She explains how Atlantic Canadian based entrepreneurs are great at organizing and starting businesses.
Rivers talks his career and explains how the education system must be more business oriented.
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.
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James Mullinger tells us about the progression of his career in the funny business.
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.
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.