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The Miramichi Way with Adam Lordon

Greg and Dave talk about the rich history of Miramichi, New Brunswick with Adam Lordon who is both the mayor of Miramichi and a passionate filmmaker.

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The Key to Effective Business Negotiations with Corey Kupfer

Corey Kupfer is an expert business consultant with over 30 years of negotiating experience. In his book, Corey draws on his years of experience on how to strike a deal that works for both parties.

Triple Bottom Line Banking with Richard Vaillancourt

We hear about Richard Vaillancourt’s decision to merge his banking background with a triple bottom line approach through Omista Credit Union.

The Importance of Business Mentorship with Janna Hare

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.

Chris Hadfield Explains Devoting Yourself to a Successful Life

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Establishing Your Sustainable Business and Focusing on Good

Corey Blake – The Importance of a Socially Responsible Business

Corey on how having social responsibility in your company changes your worldview.

Can a B-Corp Become “Best for the World” Through Doing Good in Business? Learn What’s Possible with Bryan Welch

Learn Bryan’s motivation for starting a media company focusing on businesses doing good in the world and Bryan’s creation of the “Best for the World” list.

The Voice of the Boiling Point: Matt Webber

The voice of the Boiling Point intro, Matt Webber, talks about operating a restaurant/pub outside Halifax called Edible Matters.

Suzanne Siemans is De-Feminizing Menstruation Care with Her Sustainable Business

Suzanne explains keeping your values while making business decisions, and she tells of developing her feminism values.

Creating the Cannabinoid Industry with Kevin Chen

Kevin’s main project is Hyasynth Bio. A startup focused on opening up the potential of cannabis-derived medicine.

The Giveback Economy

Carla Langhorst and Peter Miller explain the meaning of social innovation and social enterprise.
Both guests go over the release of their new book, “The GiveBack Economy.

Bridget Oland’s Molasses Story

Bridget Oland discusses how she got to her position as the marketing director and recipe developer of Crosby’s Molasses.

Jay Whitelaw is Making Charity Smarter

Why it’s meaningful to see charitable dollars and how the app, Givesome, funded an initiative in less than 2 hours.

Triple Bottom Line Banking with Richard Vaillancourt

We hear about Richard Vaillancourt’s decision to merge his banking background with a triple bottom line approach through Omista Credit Union.

Applying Sports Leadership to Business

Cody Royle explains leadership in the business world is similar to leadership in the sports world.

“Likeability” – Michael Katz Explains Your Biggest Asset

Michael Katz explains why your likeability is actually your biggest asset and how you can stand out from other people with your same qualifications.

Bankruptcy, Resilliance and Healthy Food for all – Dave Wolpin and Kredls

Dave talks going from Kredl’s employee to owning the store and deciding to sell local food.

Boiling Point – Episode 110 – Christina Smith of the Redwoods Group

Taking a Stand Introducing Christina Smith of The Redwoods Group Sometimes the course of events in life offers you an opportunity to take a stand for what is right and just. This week’s Boiling Point guest knows all about this. Christina Smith is a consultant with the...

How to Help the Environment as a Parent With Jason Nye’s gDiapers

Jason talks the benefits of gDiapers for children, parents, and the environment.

Rick Doyle and his Passion for Protection

Rick shares with us his experience as a security guard and explains going about de-escalating violent situations.

Marcel LeBrun’s Vision for Social Entrepreneurship

Marcel discusses his feelings on company missions & social entrepreneurship. He shares how to get your company’s people invested in a vision for the better.

Caroline Duell and All Good Products

Listen Now We hear how Caroline went from being a rock-climbing instructor and massage therapist to a balm entrepreneur. Caroline tells us where the name for All Good Products came from. She tells us about her reluctance about entering the business world. We learn...

WE Day: Craig Kielburger Shares It’s Development and Impact

Greg and Dave bring special guests Kaiya Hemmings and Liam Vale onto the show to ask Craig Kielburger some questions about the WE Day event.

Supporting Your Business Growth

 

Craig Ballantyne on Taking “The Leap” and his Five Pillars for Success

Craig describes working through anxiety attacks and discusses his Five Pillars of Success.

How do You Connect With Your Audience so They Care? Seth Godin Knows!

Seth Godin talks his teaching career and gives marketing advice for the digital age.

Jason Martin is Evolving the Trades

Jason talks about testing and certifying people who want to go into the boiler making and pipefitting industry in New Brunswick.

Public Relations – Bonnie Elgie Has the Secret

Bonnie talks about being strategic and consistent with getting your message out there by investing in a plan and understanding your customer.

Bold Choices & Big Risk: Susan Holt Encourages Businesses to Push Further

Susan talks about the importance of continuous risk taking by entrepreneurs and encourages successful companies in a comfort zone to continue to expand.

Looking to Free Up Some of Your Time? Connor Gillivan’s Got The Solution

Connor Gillivan explains his company, FreeeUp, a freelancer finding service that will free up your business time in ways no other service can.

Defining Your Business Journey

The Riipen Platform – How Dana Stepherson is Changing Education

Greg and Dave have Dana Stephenson from Vancouver, B.C. on the show to chat about his path to his current business, Riipen.

Kevin Belyea Sets Goals to Achieve His Business Success

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The Clean Money Revolution – Joel Solomon

The Clean Money Revolution is a must read! Joel chats with Greg and Dave about Renewal Funds and the book that he has published and why he did it.

Brent Smith is Newfoundland’s Chief Chocolate Officer

We hear Brent Smith’s personal story of how he and his wife decided to open up The Newfoundland Chocolate Company.

Jan and Michael George are Providing Support for Families with Disabilities

Mike and Jan fill us in on their website and movement called Soaring Families. They helps families struggling with the emotional hardships of disabilities.

Goodnight Paul. The Journey to My NHL: Living the Dream – Paul Campbell

Paul shares his emotional life story with his hockey career that inspired his book.

The Miramichi Way with Adam Lordon

Greg and Dave talk about the rich history of Miramichi, New Brunswick with Adam Lordon who is both the mayor of Miramichi and a passionate filmmaker.

Ernane Iung’s New Book “The Success Factor”

Ernane advises small business owners that unconventional wisdom is more strategic in the real world than using conventional wisdom.

Courtney Blair – Curating the Podcast Community

Hear about Courtney Blair’s company, Zippy Content, which connects entrepreneurs, authors, coaches, and consultants to the best podcasters around the globe.

The Importance of Business Mentorship with Janna Hare

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.

Nicole Leblanc’s Pride in Atlantic Canadian Entrepreneurs

Nicole notes her pride of being from the East Coast. She explains how Atlantic Canadian based entrepreneurs are great at organizing and starting businesses.

Bob Manning Wants New Brunswickers to Be Positive About Their Business Gains

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Rivers Corbett on the Importance of Teaching Entrepreneurship

Rivers talks his career and explains how the education system must be more business oriented.

James Mullinger: The Entrepreneur of Comedy Making it in the Maritimes

James Mullinger tells us about the progression of his career in the funny business.

A New Way To Travel with John Simon and Kefi Travel Club

John Simon chats about life experiences with friends, family and how traveling has motivated him to start his own business called Kefi Travel Club.

35 years in Business Reinventing the Cruise Ship Tour Guide Industry

Beth explains how she founded Aquila Tours to support the cruise ship industry in Saint John, New Brunswick.

How Do You Use Experience to Grow? Walter Escobar Shares His Story

Walter on the importance of helping those who’ve been incarcerated to adopt entrepreneurship.

Inspired to Write: Why Kelly VanBuskirk Wrote A Book About Canadian Employers

Kelly VanBuskirk tells why he wrote a book about Canadian employers and what motivated him to write it while living in the U.K.

Achieving a Healthy Lifestyle 

Barry Ogden Knows How to Empower a Community and It’s Youth

Barry talks raising millions of dollars in Saint John and why empowering children is important.

Dr. Dhirendra Shulka’s Vision of Moving to Canada and Teaching The Next Generation of Entrepreneurs

Dr. Dhirendra Shukla explains his move to Canada at a young age, and how he joined UNB as a teacher with an amazing vision.

Local Entrepreneur Jason MacLean Shows Us The Connection Between Yoga and Business

Introducing Jason MacLean Jason MacLean is the type of entrepreneur that just goes for it.  This includes opening a health and lifestyle business in an industrial town not known for patronizing such businesses.  However, Jay’s huge personality, passion, and work ethic...

Amy Ruppert Finds A Balance Between Your Morals and Your Business’s Survival

Amy talks of her coaching career and explains how to cope with conflict with others.

Sean Barker is Hacking Health

Sean shares his secret to reprogramming your body.

Lessons from Surfing with Ken Otter

Ken chats with Greg and Dave about his passion for surfing and how it has become a creative outlet for him to express himself and incorporate that into his ways of teaching.

The Nightingale Family Embraces Goat Farming

  Listen Now   Our guests share about their company Haute Goat, a company based around goat farming. They explain their passion for their business, their animals, and their farm. Dave and Greg learn the full scope of what Haute Goat does, which involves doing more...

Pole Dancing: How Tammy Morris is Changing the Stereotype

Tammy explains to Dave and Wayne how pole dancing is more of a fitness oriented activity, rather than what it is stereotyped as.

Jaclyn Trecartin and The Law of Attraction

Jaclyn chats with Greg and Dave and describes how the Law Of Attraction inspired her book “33 Days: A Parenting Program to Strengthen Your Family”.

Chris Hadfield Explains Devoting Yourself to a Successful Life

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Seth Godin says “Perfectionists Are Cowards”… Here’s Why

Seth Godin talks about the placebo effect, how it affects people, and why trying to be a perfectionist is incredibly flawed.

Stress Management and Task-Oriented Coping with Jeff McAloon and Dr. Paul Atkinson

Jeff talks about ways to cope with stress within emergency cares. This led him to being heavily involved with work place safety. Jeff discusses building a different foundation in the Saint John Regional Hospital. He discusses his involvement with different resources and how ECPR went on to be a winning idea on the show Dragons Den.

Tackling Complex Life Problems With Craig Norris

Craig talks how breaking down big problems into smaller ones helps you to pursue your passions.

How Do You Stay Motivated and Resilient in a Loud World? Dr. Rumeet Billan Knows!

Rumeet explains her work with Viewpoint Leadership, she talks about “Tall Poppy Syndrome”, and she talks how to build resilience.

Boiling Point – Episode 145 – Neil Burchill and inSIGHT Wellness

Creating a Life Worth Living is a Life Saved Introducing Neil Burchill and inSIGHT Wellness We have all heard the phrase, “everything in moderation.” How many of us actually live these words? The people who seem to have the greatest lives are the ones who take care of...

Dr. Leeno Karumanchery – Diversity, Emotional Intelligence, and Honda Accords

Leeno talks how ‘Enkidu’ drives unconscious bias out of organizations.

Henry Cross – The Impact of Yoga on Mental and Physical Health

Henry shares how much of a great impact Yoga is for physical and mental health.

How Do We Properly Prepare Children for Their Future? Ed McGinley Teaches Through Technology

Ed talks building a relationship with technology and why it is important for kids’ future.

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