The Grey Wave is about changing the negative and fearful world view our culture has with the aging of the baby boomer generation. We are switching the conversation from one of impending doom, fear and destruction to abundance, hope and productivity.
Don meets with Gordan Oates of The Canadian Senior Games Association. They talk about retirement, technology, and the Canadian senior sports community.
Don and Gary talk about the concept of interning and mentoring and how roofing led Gary to the decision to build his own studio: The Voice Factory.
Listen Now Hemmings House intern, AB Alhallak, tells of his rough childhood and of escaping Syria. AB tells of his struggle to graduate high school and to build a life for himself coming from Syria. AB speaks of the struggles of coming to a new country. He speaks on...
Listen Now Karen Lake talks personal burnout towards the end of her nursing career and describes her moving on. She talks on the passion and confidence she has for her current job as a care navigator. She talks resentment in caregivers and humans. Explaining how to...
Listen Now Keith Dow and Don discuss their children and grandchildren. Keith and Don discuss time and balance in their lives. Keith blurbs about American politics and the importance of perspective. He talks about the importance of influence mentors can have on others...
Gerry Pond talks about making senior’s lives easier via innovation. Gerry explains his favourite phrase which is that “grey matter matters”.
Lorne Brett describes what Shaping Purpose, his company, is as well as who, how and why it helps people build trust, confidence, happiness and find their purpose.
Francis talks about curiosity, the fear of boredom, and his re-emergence into the workforce as the President of the Atlantic Canada Opportunites Agency.