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Episode 19: BJ Mendelson
Visit our website at: Subscribe to Podcast: B.J. Mendelson, is a keynote speaker, author, and comic book writer. His books include Social Media Is Bullshit from St. Martin’s Press and Privacy: And How We Can Get It Back from Curious Reads. His comic books include Vengeance, Nevada and A National Story of Minor Significance.
February 12, 2019
Episode 18: Catherine Pelonero
Visit the website at: Subscribe to Podcast: Interview with Catherine Pelonero Catherine Pelonero is a true crime author and commentator. Her first book, Kitty Genovese: A True Account of a Public Murder and Its Private Consequences, was published in 2014 and became a New York Times bestseller. She appears on several true crime TV shows including A Crime to Remember, It Takes a Killer, and Murderous Affairs. Catherine’s latest book, Absolute Madness: A True Story of a Serial Killer, Race, and a City Divided, was published in November 2017 and was recently optioned for film.
January 15, 2019
Episode 17: Dr. Samuel West
Visit the website at: Subscribe to Podcast: Interview with Dr. Samuel West Samuel West is a clinical psychologist with a PhD in Organizational Psychology. He is the founder and curator of the Museum of Failure. The museum’s message is that an acceptance of failure is essential for all innovation and that organizations need to improve their willingness to learn from failure. The collection consists of over a hundred failed innovations including tech, food, business models and some stupid products that should never have made it past the brainstorming sessions. The museum has locations in Sweden and in Los Angeles, and the traveling exhibit is on global tour. Samuel is American-Icelandic and lives in Sweden.
December 10, 2018
Episode 16: Moe Abbas
Visit the website at: Subscribe to Podcast: Interview with Moe Abbas A self-taught businessman, founder of over 14 companies, 40 under 40, and CEO of GenM, Moe is on a mission to transform education from the ground up. He is inspired by the hidden potential in relationships between students and business and wants to unlock that potential.
November 13, 2018
Episode 15: Kyprios
Visit the website at: Subscribe to Podcast: Interview with Kyprios Kyprios is the stage name of David Coles, a Canadian hip hop musician. Formerly associated with the musical collective Sweatshop Union, he now records and performs exclusively as a solo artist. He is Juno nominated and has releasing three solo albums, Say Something, 12:12 and most reacently The Midnight Sun.
October 15, 2018
Episode 14: Bernard Robichaud
Visit the website at Subscribe to the podcast: Boston-born, Canadian-based, actor, writer and comic, Bernard Robichaud, known to fans worldwide as Cyrus, the gun toting, drug dealing nemesis from the hit television series Trailer Park Boys, started his life in the spotlight as a sought after model. He is also a survivor of Prostate Cancer. 1 in 7 men will end up with prostate cancer, get tested today!
September 24, 2018
Episode 13: Jen Brown
Visit the website at Subscribe to the podcast: Jen Oleniczak Brown is the Founder of The Engaging Educator, a women-owned and operated company dedicated to helping women find their unapologetic, authentic and best voice, style and self through improv-based education. A firm believer in the idea of Yes, And, Jen's mission is to empower as many women as possible to stop playing small and know their incredible supernova powers.
August 13, 2018
Episode 12: John "Chocolate Johnny" Kapos
Visit the website at: Subscribe to Podcast: Interview with John Kapos John Kapos A.K.A. Chocolate Johnny is a 3rd generation chocolatier and owner of Perfection Chocolates and Sweets, an independent bricks and mortar business based in Sydney, Australia. John is an early adopter of the online world. He consistently keeps up with the latest trends and developments in social media and small business, one thing is that he knows how to convert that into business success.
July 16, 2018
Episode 11: Grant Harvey
Visit the website at: Subscribe to Podcast: Interview with Grant Harvey Grant has been directing and producing film and television professionally for over twenty-five years. Grant’s most recent projects include A Christmas Horror Story, and the documentary Balletlujah for the CBC about Alberta Ballet’s collaboration with K.D. Lang. He produced and directed Ginger Snaps: The Beginning for Lion’s Gate Entertainment, a prequel to the highly successful Ginger Snaps film. Grant has also directed five movies for the Lifetime USA network and has directed over fifty hours of episodic television, including Orphan Black, 12 Monkeys, Helix, Beauty and the Beast, X-Company and Haven.
June 11, 2018
Episode 10: Michael Dash
Visit our website at: Subscribe to Podcast: Michael is an entrepreneur, business owner, author, speaker, coach, and philanthropist. He has had a collection of unique experiences from “chasing the high” with his prior gambling addiction to overcoming adversity through legal battles with former business partners. Despite these challenges, Michael persevered and built Parallel HR, a thriving business bringing in $5+ million dollars in revenue each year.
May 14, 2018
Episode 9: Olga Kay
Visit our website at: Subscribe to Podcast: Olga Kay Is a founder of Moosh Walks, premium clothing brand for girls. So many girls struggle with self esteem at a young age. Moosh Walks help them express themselves through it's unique fashion. They develop more confidence and become trendsetters among their peers. Moosh Walks were spotlighted in CNBC, FORBES and Entrepreneur Magazine. Prior to launching Moosh Walks, Olga Kay was one of the pioneers on Youtube. With over 1.3M+ followers across her Social Media network and 160M+ views on her content. Fun Fact: she was a Circus performer in her teen years.
April 16, 2018
Episode 8: Hillary Gadsby
Visit the website at: Subscribe to Podcast: Interview with Hillary Gadsby Referred to as a renaissance woman and “Jill of all Trades” by Forbes, Hillary is the founder of Stiletto Gal. She has an international business degree from The American University of Paris, is a best-selling author, and has worked in the marketing and event management departments of brands such as Ralph Lauren, Gucci, and The Wedding Shop (distributor for Valentino and Vera Wang). Her newest venture, The Boss Box which she co-founded with 2 other women entrepreneurs is a subscription box and community for women in business.
March 12, 2018
Episode 7: George Brown
Visit the website at: Subscribe to Podcast: Interview with George Brown George has served in the Royal Canadian Navy, the Public Service of Canada and most recently as Project Manager and Technical Director of the NATO FORACS Office at NATO Headquarters in Belgium. He has served at sea as ship's divisional officer and combat systems engineer and held staff positions ashore with the Principle Naval Overseer, H.M.C. Dockyard, National Defence Headquarters in Ottawa and the Canadian High Commission in London, England. In 1982, he joined the Public Service of Canada and served in the National Defence Headquarters as a project engineer and section head for various ship systems. He now acts as an RDT&E Consultant and travels around the world with his wife.
February 19, 2018
Episode 6: Brian Wallace
Visit the website at: Subscribe to Podcast: Interview with Brian Wallace Brian Wallace is the president of NowSourcing, an industry leading infographic design agency based in Louisville, Ky. and works with companies that range from small business to Fortune 500. Brian also runs a local event to make Louisville a more competitive city (#thinkbig) and has been named a 2017 Google Small Business Advisor.
January 16, 2018
Episode 5: Paul Webster
Visit the website at: Subscribe to Podcast: Interview with Paul Webster Paul is the high performance National Development Coach for Curling Canada and one of the most respected voices in Canadian Curling. He has participated in 14 World Curling Championships, helped lead Gold Medal teams in Sochi and is currently working towards PyeongChang 2018.
December 10, 2017
Episode 4: Nicole Rustad
Visit the website at: Subscribe to Podcast: Interview with Nicole Rustad Nicole Rustad is the founder of Vortovia, and a champion for world change who consults to businesses, non-profits, and individuals who are committed to making real impact. Formerly she was the Corporate Citizenship Director for Disney Interactive, driving the corporate social responsibility vision, strategy, and programs across multiple lines of business.
November 07, 2017
Episode 3: Michael Perry
Visit the website at: Subscribe to Podcast: Interview with Michael perry Michael is the Director of Kit and Product at Shopify. A serial entrepreneur, Perry was named one of Forbes Top 30 under 30 in marketing and advertising. He continues to build the future of employment for small business owners.
October 11, 2017
Episode 2: Kylie Woods
Visit the website at: Subscribe to Podcast: Interview with Kylie Woods Kylie started the Chic Geek because she wanted to see more women celebrate technology and discover their inner nerd. With a background in public relations and branding, and a passion for startups, Kylie guides the strategic vision of Chic Geek.
September 11, 2017
Episode 1: Nikita Prokhorov
Visit the website at: Subscribe to Podcast: Interview with Nikita Prokhorov Known as much for his puns as his design work, Nikita is a graphic designer living in New York. He specializes in hand lettering, logo design and ambigrams. In fact, he literally wrote the book on ambigrams!
August 26, 2017