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This week on The Biz Dojo,  we step on the court with Josh Knoester - Senior Vice President at the Canadian Elite Basketball League (CEBL). Expanding a brand to be nationally recognized is difficult. Josh and the team over at the CEBL are not just pushing forward on the growth of their business, but are trailblazing the growth of their sport across the country. We'll talk about the mindset it takes to get there, what leadership and growth look like as you exit "start up" phase, and some of the lessons learned along the way. oh... and don't forget to also check out Season 2, Episode 2 -- the one where we chatted with CFL Hall of Famer, CEO of the CEBL and Josh's boss, Mike Morreale Support the showThe Biz Dojo - Podcast, Production & Professional CoachingWebsite | Facebook | Instagram | LinkedIn | Twitter
This week on The Biz Dojo,  we chat with Kelly Hrudey, mental health advocate, hockey analyst with Hockey Night In Canada and Sportsnet, former NHL goaltender and so much more. Kelly shares the story of More Good Days Clothing, an incredible clothing line where 10% of all sales go to Canada Suicide Prevention Services and other Canadian mental health organizations. We'll talk about the evolving landscape of mental health awareness in sport, Tony Robbins, how little questions can make big differences, and some of the great methods we've used to overcome mental wellness challenges. It's a great conversation with an amazing father, athlete, broadcaster and advocate. So, let's lace 'em up and make this the start of even More Good Days. Support the showThe Biz Dojo - Podcast, Production & Professional CoachingWebsite | Facebook | Instagram | LinkedIn | Twitter
This week on The Biz Dojo,  we chat with Katelyn Bullock, co-founder of ENTA Solutions (IG: @entasolutions ). Katelyn provides some perspective on discovering your purpose, and we peel back the layers to better understand what makes up your business purpose, and how important it is to being a leading, and inspiring, company. We also dive into the importance of purpose for a workplace culture and attracting talent, we talk a bit about quiet quitting and "the great resignation", and so much more. There's even a discussion on what the metaverse is, the role of NFTs, and what it can mean for businesses in the future! So throw on your VR goggles, and make sure there aren't any hazards in the room -- we're taking you on a trip! Support the showThe Biz Dojo - Podcast, Production & Professional CoachingWebsite | Facebook | Instagram | LinkedIn | Twitter
This week on The Biz Dojo, we share a very special LIVE event from the Maslow Leadership "Leading with Culture" Conference. We were joined by very special guest Neil Hunter, Chief Learning Officer and Partner at Deloitte Canada. This was an incredible opportunity to tap into the mind of one of the great learning and development gurus today, and Neil brought all kinds of perspective to a short conversation. We dove into the changing cultural landscape and it's impact on learning, how our own rewards system is sometimes motivated to learn for the wrong reasons, and of course -- Neil will teach us how to STRIP. that is.... how to get back to our bare selves and learn the way we should learn.... hopefully with clothes on, but hey - you do you! Let's learn together (and seriously, go put on some pants!)Support the showThe Biz Dojo - Podcast, Production & Professional CoachingWebsite | Facebook | Instagram | LinkedIn | Twitter
This week on The Biz Dojo podcast, we're joined by local entrepreneur rockstar Melba Seto - owner, artisan and "adventurer behind the soap" at Bowness Soapworks.  (IG: @bownesssoapworks).We talk leadership, creating local communities and supporting entrepreneurs... and, of course - Fight Club. You just can't talk about making soap without referencing Tyler Durden. Melba introduces us to Soap Club -- first rule? ALWAYS TALK ABOUT SOAP CLUB! As always, stick around after for a fun little "outro"... and don't forget to share this episode on your social media... rinse.... lather... repeat! Support the showThe Biz Dojo - Podcast, Production & Professional CoachingWebsite | Facebook | Instagram | LinkedIn | Twitter
This week in the Dojo, we chat with Julie Shipley Strickland , a Sr. Wealth Advisor, Author, Mom, and so much more. November is financial literacy month, and we take some time to explore what that means with Julie's guidance. We'll talk debt (and good debt!), savings, investing mindsets, the different investing styles (and needs) of men and women, pagers and so much more! Heck, we might even talk about Bret "The Hitman" Hart. So, invest in yourself - and take a little time to tune in to this week's incredible conversation. Support the showThe Biz Dojo - Podcast, Production & Professional CoachingWebsite | Facebook | Instagram | LinkedIn | Twitter
In today's episode, we connect with Lauren Green. Lauren hosts the "This Meeting Sucks" podcast, is an entrepreneur and founder of Dancing With Markers, and is an expert in making your meetings not suck. We'll explore some of the common issues with meetings, what can make them better, and how visual notetaking is a complete game-changer to creating connection between meeting goers and the content. So, with the agenda above - let's schedule some time and jot down a few takeaways, because this episode definitely doesn't suck! Support the showThe Biz Dojo - Podcast, Production & Professional CoachingWebsite | Facebook | Instagram | LinkedIn | Twitter
We're back with Season 5's kickoff episode! In the studio today - actually "IN" the studio! - we're joined by Jose Deverze, who goes by the artist name JozeJoze shares his shift from the musician mindset to the entrepreneurial mindset. He also shares how his move into the role of CEO (or, CE-Joze) has changed his perspective on the music industry. We also get another taste of the exploits of Darren McGuinty, talk a little about CD Baby vs. Spotify, and even get into Support the showThe Biz Dojo - Podcast, Production & Professional CoachingWebsite | Facebook | Instagram | LinkedIn | Twitter
In this week's Coaches' Notes, we're reflecting on our conversation with Sean Mills. As a serial entrepreneur, PGA member, business strategist, co-founder of FTR Golf and Big Buck Golf -- Sean knows a thing or two about creativity, even if creativity isn't something he considers to be his biggest strength. We find creativity everywhere, even in our socks, and we'll talk about the role of those trips to Walmart. JP also reflects on his fascination with finding creativity in an industry steeped (and perhaps locked) in tradition. Throw this one on your earbuds, and sit outside to "recharge" with  a little sun, and share your insights on our social pages. Start up or join the conversation:Website      |      Facebook      |      Instagram      |      LinkedIn      |      TwitterSupport the showThe Biz Dojo - Podcast, Production & Professional CoachingWebsite | Facebook | Instagram | LinkedIn | Twitter
In this episode of The Biz Dojo, we're joined by Sean Mills - serial entrepreneur, PGA member, business strategist, co-founder of FTR Golf and Big Buck Golf. Sean shares some of his insights on business strategy development, and how the golf industry is ripe with opportunity for creativity. He'll also talk a little bit about some movies, and how he saves time through fashion... Are you wearing your creativity on your sleeve? Be sure to connect with us for more great content, and to extend the conversation:Website      |      Facebook      |      Instagram      |      LinkedIn      |      TwitterBeyond A Beaten Path Need a unique gift idea? Check out Beyond A Beaten Path - because everything else is boring. Support the showThe Biz Dojo - Podcast, Production & Professional CoachingWebsite | Facebook | Instagram | LinkedIn | Twitter
This week in the Dojo, we met up with country music star, fellow Canadian... (and Albertan!, Ryan Lindsay ahead of his show on stage at the Calgary Stampede. Ryan gives us a sneak peak at the process behind an upcoming track, and how unlocking creativity can sometimes be just a road trip away. Of course, as we've talked about in previous episodes this season - it can be hard to create something and put it out for others. Ryan shares some of his experience, and how that second opinion has him ready to get moving with his next album. So - where do you go to find your creativity? Is it a car ride? a walk? laser tag? (is that still a thing?)Be sure to connect with us for more great content, and to extend the conversation:Website      |      Facebook      |      Instagram      |      LinkedIn      |      TwitterSupport the showThe Biz Dojo - Podcast, Production & Professional CoachingWebsite | Facebook | Instagram | LinkedIn | Twitter
This week in the Dojo, we chatted with Genein Letford author of the 7 Gems of Intercultural Creativity, and took away some great lessons on finding creativity in our own lives. In this episode of Coaches' notes, we dive into the idea of oppressed creativity and the untapped creative potential of kids (and how you can rent ours if you really need some creative input! (jk) ) Where has your creativity gone, and how can you pull it back? Connect with us on our social channels and let us know!Website      |      Facebook      |      Instagram      |      LinkedIn      |      TwitterSupport the showSupport the showThe Biz Dojo - Podcast, Production & Professional CoachingWebsite | Facebook | Instagram | LinkedIn | Twitter
This week in the Dojo, we chat with Genein Letford author of the 7 Gems of Intercultural Creativity, keynote speaker, neuro creativity speaker and fellow podcast host. Looking at creativity through multiple lenses is key to unlocking your full capacity to create, and Genein helps walk us through what it means to truly tap into each of the 7 gems. We'll talk a little about video games, a little about sports, and a lot about finding the best creative version of yourself. We wonder where these gems are in your life, and what secrets they hold to unlock your creativity...? Be sure to connect with us for more great content, and to extend the conversation:Website      |      Facebook      |      Instagram      |      LinkedIn      |      TwitterBeyond A Beaten Path Need a unique gift idea? Check out Beyond A Beaten Path - because everything else is boring. Support the showThe Biz Dojo - Podcast, Production & Professional CoachingWebsite | Facebook | Instagram | LinkedIn | Twitter
Almost every day, Seth and JP are asked about what it takes to launch a podcast. So, we've created an episode that is meant to answer some of the very basic questions and ideas to get you started. In this episode we cover the simple elements to answer : - What equipment do i need to start a podcast?- What microphone is best for podcasting?- How do i get my podcast onto apple, spotify and other podcasting platforms?- Do i need a Joe Rogan style studio to start my podcast? -  How do I edit a podcast? What software do I need to edit my audio?- What about guests? Of course, we also touch on a few other things like setting up your purpose and vision, which is a critical element before you really get rolling. By the end of this episode, you'll have just enough info to get you started... but if you really want to make a splash, send us a note or comment on our social media that you want more of these episodes, and we'll help get you there. You can connect with us through just about every social channel: Website      |      Facebook      |      Instagram      |      LinkedIn      |      TwitterSupport the showThe Biz Dojo - Podcast, Production & Professional CoachingWebsite | Facebook | Instagram | LinkedIn | Twitter
This week in the Dojo, we chatted with Serene Yew of Pixeltree Inc.In the week since, we've spent some time contemplating all the great things she's doing with her team to create #Intentionality. From the creative culture of the team to enabling "Training Day" (apparently not with Denzel Washington, unfortunately). Corporate culture can be tricky to navigate, and creating something unique and fresh can be a particularly difficult obstacle as organizations struggle to see the true value of giving up time and space to the intangible. And of course, we ask the question - how do you create intentionality for yourself.... AND for others? So, what did you take from the show this week? Connect with us on our social channels and let us know!Website      |      Facebook      |      Instagram      |      LinkedIn      |      TwitterSupport the showThe Biz Dojo - Podcast, Production & Professional CoachingWebsite | Facebook | Instagram | LinkedIn | Twitter
This week in the Dojo, we chat with Serene Yew of Pixeltree Inc. We explore the idea of corporate culture, and how finding the right culture can unlock creativity... and a whole lot of engagement (and fun!) for employees. As a leader in the tech start-up community, Serene isn't your typical leader. She's a driving force behind changing how employers engage with their workforce in Calgary and beyond, and provides a lot of insight into the culture they've created at Pixeltree.... That's pretty impressive for a benevolent overlord.... Get out your brushes, and be ready to spill a little paint as we get into what it takes to create a workplace culture masterpiece. Be sure to connect with us for more great content, and to extend the conversation:Website      |      Facebook      |      Instagram      |      LinkedIn      |      TwitterSupport the showThe Biz Dojo - Podcast, Production & Professional CoachingWebsite | Facebook | Instagram | LinkedIn | Twitter
This week, we connected with Jesse McAllister - social influencer and creator of @90sHockeyCards.In our follow up Coaches' Notes to this episode, we're exploring a couple of thoughts from the show about enabling creativity and putting your creativity on display. We talk about enabling creativity as a leader, and dive into how hard it can be to put out in the world what we create. We also discuss Dr. Dre's possible unheard Rap-Opera, and make our pitch to take a listen. We're here for you, Dre! So, what did you take from the show this week? Connect with us on our social channels and let us know! Website      |      Facebook      |      Instagram      |      LinkedIn      |      TwitterSupport the showThe Biz Dojo - Podcast, Production & Professional CoachingWebsite | Facebook | Instagram | LinkedIn | Twitter
This week, we connect with Jesse McAllister - social influencer and creator of @90sHockeyCards. In this chat, Jesse gives us insight to how he started his instagram account that's since amassed quite the following. We'll chat a little about creativity in the workplace, and how simply sharing your passion can lead to rewarding - and unexpected - opportunities. Oh, and hockey... we'll talk a bit about hockey too. What's your creative passion?  Be sure to connect with us for more great content, and to extend the conversation:Website      |      Facebook      |      Instagram      |      LinkedIn      |      TwitterSupport the showThe Biz Dojo - Podcast, Production & Professional CoachingWebsite | Facebook | Instagram | LinkedIn | Twitter
This week,  Seth & J.P.  explore the idea of creative framework and "adding a step" from our conversation with Olympian Sarah Wells. Sarah talked about the process she and her coaches used to find creative solutions to find that peak performance every athlete looks for. What can you do to help your own process? Well, maybe it's as simple as checking out the framework we discuss from the Creative Education Foundation. Go take a look, and see how this free framework might help you in your creative problem solving. Check out our episode with Sarah Wells here - > https://link.chtbl.com/tbd_SarahWells Who knows - maybe you'll also find a way to add a step... to save some time. You can also join the conversation on these ideas and more on our social channels:Website      |      Facebook      |      Instagram      |      LinkedIn      |      TwitterSupport the showThe Biz Dojo - Podcast, Production & Professional CoachingWebsite | Facebook | Instagram | LinkedIn | Twitter
This week, we connect with Olympian and founder of the Believe Initiative -- Sarah WellsWe cover a lot of ground in this conversation, talking about everything from creativity in sport to her time on The Amazing Race, to the founding of the Believe Initiative and what it means to speak to youth (and to corporate audiences too!). Inspiration can come from a lot of places, and sometimes it takes a loss or hitting rock bottom to find it, other times it's driven by the person nipping at your heels... So, how do you get creative so you can better jump over your own hurdles? Subscribe and tune in to find out.  Be sure to connect with us for more great content, and to extend the conversation:Website      |      Facebook      |      Instagram      |      LinkedIn      |      TwitterSupport the showThe Biz Dojo - Podcast, Production & Professional CoachingWebsite | Facebook | Instagram | LinkedIn | Twitter
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