Boiling Point Podcast

Boiling Point is a podcast for the ever-evolving entrepreneur and forward-thinking movement pioneer.  Our show is meant to inform and inspire positive change in businesses and the world.

Our interviews with leaders revolve around their experiences and the moments that shaped their career.  They also offer advice on taking the next step in your career/life.

We also learn from people who have sparked change in the lives of others and the importance of growing and nurturing your tribe.

We hope you will leave each episode spurred to make positive advancement in your life and career, or be reminded of the path to an adventure filled life.

 Our Hosts

Greg Hemmings

@GregHemmings

Greg Hemmings is an entrepreneur, filmmaker, content marketer and storyteller. 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.

 

Dave Veale

@Dave_Veale

Dave Veale is truly passionate executive 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.

 

5 thoughts on “About

  1. If you are currently an entrepreneur, or exploring the possibility of ‘being your own boss’, then NBCC’s OASIS program will interest you.
    NBCC launched an ambitious 5-year strategic plan titled, ‘Imagine the Possibilities’. This plan challenges us to work hard as a community institution to build, support and strengthen the communities where we live and work and the individuals that live there.
    One component of this plan is multi-tiered strategy to support entrepreneurs and promote entrepreneurship. One of those tiers involves working with communities to provide a multi-generational mentorship network to help entrepreneurs of all ages and experience levels support each other to build successful businesses right here in New Brunswick.
    Oasis is that multi-generational mentorship program. Oasis will provide coordination by connecting entrepreneurs (mentees) with experienced entrepreneurs and community representatives (mentors) to provide them with the support, resources and guidance necessary to explore their entrepreneurial goals.
    This multigenerational framework, which entails both mentees and mentors representing a range of ages, perspectives and experiences, creates a rich learning environment from which both mentees and mentors can benefit. Our hope is to give entrepreneurs across the spectrum, from aspiring to budding to already established, an opportunity to be involved either as a mentee or mentor.
    The key ingredient setting OASIS apart from other general mentorship programs is that the mentorship is based on the specific and unique needs of the individual mentees. This is where we feel OASIS will make a measurable difference.
    This program is open to NBCC Alumni who are aspiring, budding or already established entrepreneurs. NBCC chose Miramichi as the pilot area for this program because the area is immensely supportive of entrepreneurship and because of the engaged community spirit.
    If you would like more information on the OASIS program, please feel free to contact the Program Coordinator at 506-778-6746 or at oasis@nbcc.ca. As well, you can visit the website at http://www.nbcc.ca/oasis for more information and to apply to either be a mentee or mentor.

  2. Hello!
    I just discovered your site when trying to find out if anyone else from Saint John had an active podcast. It’s surprisingly difficult to determine where podcasts are originating from, and I don’t see any groups on Facebook or local events to meet up with one another.
    I thought I would reach out to say hello and to let you know that you’re not alone. I’ve subscribed to your podcast and downloaded the last couple of episodes. I will be checking them out tomorrow.
    If you know of any other local podcasts, please let me know.
    Thanks,
    Rich

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