Breathe into the moment. Whatever it brings.
It's easier said than done sometimes, isn't it?
Dorman Baltazar is no stranger to challenging times, and learning how to breathe into the moment. In fact, the word "Breathe" has become synonymous with who he is, what he does and even what his businesses have been named.
At this time of this podcast discussion, Dorman is a Wholistic Lifestyle Coach who also practices and t...
For the last 20 years, Andre Radmall has worked as a systemic psychotherapist, life coach, dramatherapist and educator. In recent years, he has combined his creative and therapeutic experience to provide a unique approach to coaching. And in this episode of the podcast, Andre shares in-depth how life story coaching works.
Cornell Thomas is a speaker, author, coach and creator of the “Positivity Summit,” designed to help unite human beings, regardless of race, religion, political preference, or socioeconomic status. Cornell’s goal has always been to focus on the good in mankind, and not the bad.
When the coronavirus first struck one of the first questions Cornell was asked was what he will do about the Summit. His answer: pivot. Instead of holding i...
Ryan Mulligan is the owner and founder of Mulligan Realty Group, but he’ll be the first to tell you: it’s not about him.
A huge part of Ryan’s success has been surrounding himself with great people. He’s been able to do that and has been a part of over 600 real estate sales in just 6 years.
Ryan is a great listener with a compassionate heart who genuinely cares about the people he serves. He also has a competitive fire burning insi...
What is it that keeps some people going when adversity strikes?
Shiva Duddi has an inspiring story to share that includes acclimating to another country, overcoming a cancer diagnosis and completely re-engineering his life when he felt physically, mentally and spiritually out of balance.
Shiva, a senior technology leader with years of experience helping some of the leading financial institutions in Canada, is also an entertaining a...
Mark Regan (aka The “Coach of Champions”) is a certified nutrition specialist and certified strength and conditioning specialist with over 25 years in the fitness and nutrition profession.
Over the past 5 years alone, Mark has helped over 500 men, women and children learn how to take back their health. Combined, they have lost over 13,000 lbs and 14,000 inches of fat during his program instruction. Better yet, they learned all of ...
Ever thought about the psychology of colour, what the different colours mean, how we can use them to learn more about ourselves and apply them effectively both at home and at work?
If so, you'll love this conversation about living life colourfully with Angela Dacey.
As Angela has said: "It’s time for YOU to take care of YOU and heal YOUR negative thoughts and feelings. Stop feeling hopeless, heavy-hearted, mentally unclear,...
Chantal Watier is the founder of Space to Grow, a healing & teaching lifestyle studio aimed at creating a safe space with the ideal conditions to stimulate each person’s natural healing and growth.
Chantal’s scope of practice is in the areas of trauma, addictions and mental health, including the impact of such on the body as well as on relational and family dynamics.
At Space to Grow, people can receive counselling, psychother...
Now us much as ever, it sure seems like a fine time for global shift in consciousness.
But who's going to lead it?
Luckily, I know a guy.
Brendon Culliton is the founder and leader of Paradigm Shift Central, a portal for consciousness shifting media and a global team of shifters. In this episode, Brendon joined me to speak at length about both his journey of creating and leading his own paradigm-shifting movement and about his ...
This is really a love story.
Love of what we do, how we do it ... and of each other.
Zen’za Pizzeria in London, Ontario, Canada is one of those all-too-rare, very special kinds of places that warm your spirit the moment you pass through the doors.
It’s more than the food, though that’s part of it.
It’s more than the design of the place, though that’s part of it too.
It’s a lot about the people who created it, the circumstances that...
If you own or operate your own business, you’ll appreciate and relate to this conversation. Especially if you are in the event management business.
Like so many of the rest of us, John Reiser’s path into the business that he now operates was anything but linear. The opportunity found him just as much as he found it. The story of how it has all evolved is interesting and valuable to hear, and that’s what we cover in this episode.
How well do you feel you know who you really are … and are not?
A strong sense of self awareness is always a good idea, but it’s not just a character trait of the emotionally mature. It’s an essential component of running a successful business.
Awareness, values, curiosity and consciousness are all themes that ran through what Natalie White, owner of Cafezia Coffee, shared in this conversation.
Among other things, we discussed:
Carolyn Holdsworth is the printmaker, storyteller and creative mind behind Me & C clothing. Her story is one of creativity, resourcefulness and discovery.
Amidst a search for something creative to contribute to her life, she learned to screen print in a one-day workshop and felt so energized and refreshed that within a year she’d started the business now known as Me & C. The journey along the way has been filled with all ki...
Play On! is Canada's largest hockey tournament and sports festival, holding the Guinness record as largest street hockey tournament in the world.
The Play On! program operated nationally between 2004 and 2017, in partnership with the CBC’s Hockey Night in Canada for the last ten of those seasons. It was a series of individual events held annually from coast to coast across Canada, each offering a festival atmosphere with recre...
Rakesh Mishra is "possibility" personified. His life and many adventures seem as if they might have been lifted straight out of a storybook.
Except he’s real.
After growing up in a poor Indian village with no electricity, automobiles or televisions, Rakesh went on to find himself in another part of the world entirely (Canada), retired financially at the age of 45.
(To hear Rakesh tell his story, listen to his previous appe...
Introducing ... a person I have looked up to for many years. His compassion, selflessness and caring for the community serve as a powerful example for the rest of us.
This is Wayne Dunn, the chair of the Business Cares Food Drive, with the story of how this all came to be, what makes it so special and why it's still thriving 20 years after the original idea came to life.
Among other things we discussed:
~ What Business Cares is...
For the past 30 years, Ian Tyson has been entertaining and inspiring audiences across North America. As a professional speaker, Ian helps others realize their potential and seek happiness in life.
Ian is known for his humourous and heart-warming storytelling, along with his natural ability to deliver meaningful life lessons along the way, and he did lots of both in this warm and entertaining discussion.
Among other things we discus...
Just as he does in his keynote presentations all over the world, Bob Kittell covers a lot of very worthwhile ground in this fun and informative conversation with Kevin.
Bob is a seasoned stage veteran, one of the masters of the craft of public speaking. His presentations on memory, mindfulness and the power of human connection have inspired audiences around the world.
For the past three decades, Bob’s award-winning, story-driven ke...
Suppose you've got a great idea. Or you're simply looking to do things better. And you're one of the few who are actually set to *act* upon the notion and see if you can get yourself and your team somewhere new.
But how do you give yourself the best chance to succeed?
And what do you do when the going when the going gets rough, or find yourself looping back upon ground you've already tread?