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Greg is a Member of the Legislative Assembly for Yorkton and was first elected in 2007 representing the Saskatchewan Party. He has served as Minister of Highways and Infrastructure, Minister Responsible for Rural and Remote Health and Minister responsible for the Water Security Agency and for Saskatchewan-Ukraine relations. He has currently been appointed Government Whip in 2020.Greg and his wife Leone have been married 36 1/2 years. They have two married daughters, and five grandchildren. In 1998, Greg and Leone started "Brayden Ottenbreit Close Cuts for Cancer," to raise money for cancer research. The charity is named in honor of their son, Brayden, who lost his battle with cancer in 2000 at age 5. Approximately $1 million has been raised for cancer research and local cancer initiatives. When Brayden got ill, through his treatment and loss, Greg’s wife came up with the quote, “bitter or better…you can choose the vowel”… and although sometimes it’s easier to be bitter, quite often they will choose better.The conversation today is about being a public figure and living your faith out loud. It has not been easy for Greg and he is here today to share a bit of his story.Thanks for listening!If you would like to check out a LeaderImpact group, contact us at info@leaderimpact.com.Remember, impact starts with you!
Show notes and transcript can be found at https://leaderimpact.ca/podcast/If you would like to check out a LeaderImpact group go to https://leaderimpact.ca/join/For more information on LeaderImpact NEXT go to https://leaderimpact.ca/next/*******************************Michael is a professor of Leadership and Strategy at Messiah University and the former Dean of the Regent University School of Business. Dr. Zigarelli’s research in the fields of management, leadership, practical theology, law and ethics has appeared in a number of scholarly journals and magazines, and he is the author of twelve books, including the book we are discussing today about what it looks like when a follower of Jesus runs a business. The book is called Christian-Owned Companies, and Michael’s work has been translated into several languages.Professor Zigarelli is also the creator of the Christianity 9 to 5 resource center and YouTube channel, where more than 2 million viewers across 130 countries have accessed his instructional videos.One of his great passions is coaching high school and college soccer. His greater passion is his family. Michael and his wife Tara have been blessed with four children and decades of marriage.Thanks for listening!If you would like to check out a LeaderImpact group, contact us at info@leaderimpact.com.Remember, impact starts with you!
Show notes and transcript can be found at https://leaderimpact.ca/podcast/If you would like to check out a LeaderImpact group go to https://leaderimpact.ca/join/For more information on LeaderImpact NEXT go to https://leaderimpact.ca/next/*******************************He is a Coach. Consultant. Author and Speaker at Thompson Coaching & ConsultingBorn and raised on the south side of Chicago is where Anthony’s life of resilience began. And that Life was not easy as he buried his pain in drugs, sports, and status. While achieving this status, and working with celebrities and Fortune 500 companies, Anthony received an invitation to work and travel with a renowned evangelist. As his life started to shift, he met and married the love of his life in Australia and this is where he launched and grew a successful social media agency.His personal access and observations of some of the greatest leaders in the world led him to become an Amazon best-selling author, as well as an official YouVersion partner where he has written nine devotionals amassing more than 40,000 subscribers. Seeing people win is what Anthony calls his “assignment” on earth. Through his studies of psychology, spiritual teachers, and the Bible, he wants to share with us today that we have everything we need to become the champions we were created to be.Thanks for listening!If you would like to check out a LeaderImpact group, contact us at info@leaderimpact.com.Remember, impact starts with you!
Show notes and transcript can be found at https://leaderimpact.ca/podcast/If you would like to check out a LeaderImpact group go to https://leaderimpact.ca/join/For more information on LeaderImpact NEXT go to https://leaderimpact.ca/next/*******************************Paul studied agriculture at the University of Guelph where he obtained his undergraduate degree in Crop Science and his Master’s degree in Plant Breeding and Genetics.  He began a 26-year research career with Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, and in that time he studied Range Management at Utah State University where he completed his Ph.D. in 1987. His career also included 9 years as Vice-President of the Western Beef Development Centre. He was editor of the Canadian Journal of Plant Science from 98 to 2000.Paul and his wife Nancy have 3 children, one daughter-in-law and one grandson.He retired in 2016 and consults on agriculture research and scientific writing and is an adjunct professor at the University of Saskatchewan. He has published 88 scientific (peer-reviewed) research papers and has given many technical presentations. Paul believes that no research project is complete until the results are published in a peer-reviewed journal article. His personal discovery that science and faith are not contradictory but complementary has impacted his work and life.Paul and Nancy have been billet parents of teenage hockey players on the Humboldt Broncos team each season for the last 10 years.  On April 6, 2018, the team bus collided with a semi-truck resulting in 16 fatalities and 13 injuries. The crash made news around the world and prompted condolences from public figures and celebrities, vigils, and tributes, such as people leaving hockey sticks outside their doors.Paul has shared with many groups how his faith sustained him during the tragedy. Thanks for listening!If you would like to check out a LeaderImpact group, contact us at info@leaderimpact.com.Remember, impact starts with you!
Show notes and transcript can be found at https://leaderimpact.ca/podcast/If you would like to check out a LeaderImpact group go to https://leaderimpact.ca/join/For more information on LeaderImpact NEXT go to https://leaderimpact.ca/next/*******************************Today you are going to meet not only a Canadian hockey legend but the man who started LeaderImpact in 1984.Paul Henderson, a former Canadian NHLer who played left wing for the Toronto Maple Leafs, Detroit Red Wings, and Atlanta Flames is best known for scoring the winning goal for Team Canada in the 1972 Summit Series against the former USSR.Paul’s many accolades include being a member of several sports Hall of Fame, honored with numerous awards including the Order of Canada, as well Paul holds two honorary Doctors of Divinity degrees, as well has authored several books including his autobiography. And while Paul has achieved 50 years of name recognition for his hard work from a single moment in time; his life purpose was realized after his career on the ice. Despite the fame - he felt an emptiness.  Something was missing.In this podcast, we will draw on Paul’s experiences to help leaders in the business world navigate through leadership in their personal, professional, and spiritual lives.Thanks for listening!If you would like to check out a LeaderImpact group, contact us at info@leaderimpact.com.Remember, impact starts with you!
Show notes and transcript can be found at https://leaderimpact.ca/podcast/If you would like to check out a LeaderImpact group go to https://leaderimpact.ca/join/For more information on LeaderImpact NEXT go to https://leaderimpact.ca/next/*******************************Keri is the President of Ellevate Executive Coaching, co-author of a leadership book called, Mind the Gap; Navigating your Leadership Journey, as well as working for her father to support him in running his businesses.Before all this, Keri spent 20 years in public relations helping executive teams communicate with stakeholders. During this time her passion was employee communications making her a messenger, translator, and advisor for leaders. This inevitably led her to the field of leadership.Today, Keri is a Certified Executive Coach with a Master of Arts in Leadership and a Graduate Certificate in Executive Coaching at Royal Roads University in Victoria, BC. She also holds accreditations in emotional intelligence, change management, communications, and team building. She brings a down-to-earth approach to every engagement. She is incredibly grateful for all the blessings she has been given in her life and, more than anything, she wants to give something back. Her purpose is to make a difference in the world and she does this by partnering with others who want to improve their workplaces.Keri has a genuine desire to make a positive change in the world not only working with clients but also as co-chair of Women in Leadership Saskatchewan and as chair of the board of directors of CityKidz Regina.Join us now for a conversation with Keri on dealing with imposter syndrome in your personal, professional, and spiritual journey.Thanks for listening!If you would like to check out a LeaderImpact group, contact us at info@leaderimpact.com.Remember, impact starts with you!
If you would like to check out a LeaderImpact group go to https://leaderimpact.ca/join/More information on LeaderImpact NEXT go to https://leaderimpact.ca/next/Show notes and transcript can be found at https://leaderimpact.ca/podcast/*******************************Bruce enjoyed a 37-year career with PCL Family of Companies, a $10 billion dollar international construction firm operating across North America and Australia. He specialized in developing next-generation leaders while leading high-performing construction teams delivering major commercial, residential, and healthcare projects. A widely consulted leadership mentor and construction subject matter expert, his projects have won many local, national, and international awards.In 2021 Bruce founded ForALLI Inc., an international firm specializing in life and leadership coaching, mentoring young business leaders, advisory consultation to owners and developers, and construction expert consultation in legal disputes.  Bruce married his wife Sandi in 1984 and together they have served in various capacities including Children’s advocacy, community relations, committees, and governance within the faith community.  Additionally, Bruce has served as director and board chairperson for industry and community arts organizations and as an international business and development advisor to NGOs in Zambia, Zimbabwe, Rwanda, and Cambodia.  Bruce’s primary love is his family to whom he devotes significant focus to encourage their dreams as he joins their journey.  He and Sandi have two married children, as well as three grandchildren with whom he shares his love of travel, lake life, and Lego.Join us now for a conversation with Bruce about how important his family is in his personal, professional, and spiritual journey.Thanks for listening!If you would like to check out a LeaderImpact group, contact us at info@leaderimpact.com.Remember, impact starts with you!
If you would like to check out a LeaderImpact group go to https://leaderimpact.ca/join/More information on LeaderImpact NEXT go to https://leaderimpact.ca/next/Show notes and transcript can be found at https://leaderimpact.ca/podcast/*******************************For his first 5 years of life, Bill was exposed to a violent father and two alcoholic parents. From age 5 to 15 he was in a residential school in the Yukon year-round.He went on to serve 37 years in the Federal Government in various departments before assuming his role with his own Band, the Tahltan First Nation. As the former President and CEO of the Tahltan (TAHL TAN) Nation Development Corporation, he established 30 joint venture operations with Canadian corporations. Under his leadership, gross revenue grew from 9 million per annum to more than 55 million.Bill is currently a consultant with Arrow Transport, Senior Engagement Officer with the Federal Government on the TMX pipeline, and has a deep passion to help First Nations grow economically, collectively, and personally. Bill Adsit is a residential school Conqueror.Join us as he shares how his faith has moved him past deep hurt, anger, and adversity to achieve success in his business and personal life.Thanks for listening!If you would like to check out a LeaderImpact group, contact us at info@leaderimpact.com.Remember, impact starts with you!
If you would like to check out a LeaderImpact group go to https://leaderimpact.ca/join/More information on LeaderImpact NEXT go to https://leaderimpact.ca/next/Show notes and transcript can be found at https://leaderimpact.ca/podcast/*******************************John has 25 years of experience in the auto industry as an engineer, manufacturer and leader.  In 2009, John became an entrepreneur and founded Bakker Tailored Staffing, a niche recruiting and staffing firm that has earned a reputation for service, reliability and professionalism.  In 2020, after a conversation with a Not for Profit leader struggling with the impact of the pandemic, John launched Bakker Business Services. A division focused on helping Not for Profits and Small Midsize Businesses thrive.  As a leader, one of John’s more significant accomplishments was the formation of a 100+ person project team that successfully launched a high-visibility project with a total capital expenditure of more than $600M.  Outside the office, John spends his time working with several local, national and international not-for-profit organizations. He has served as mentor, advisor, speaker, board director and board chair — and is known for his thoughtful, caring and strategic advice.  John is a Professional Engineer, a graduate of Queen’s University School of Engineering, and holds an Executive MBA at the University of Toronto Rotman School of Management.Join us now for a conversation with John on how you can reimagine your work though redemptive entrepreneurship; A place of truth, grace and connectedness in your personal, professional and spiritual journey.Thanks for listening!If you would like to check out a LeaderImpact group, contact us at info@leaderimpact.com.Remember, impact starts with you!
If you would like to check out a LeaderImpact group go to https://leaderimpact.ca/join/More information on LeaderImpact NEXT go to https://leaderimpact.ca/next/Show notes and transcript can be found at https://leaderimpact.ca/podcast/*******************************How to stay hungry in uncertain times Ryan played and coached more than 1100 games over 17 seasons in the National Hockey League. His many achievements include being drafted #2 in the NHL draft, becoming the youngest NHL captain, and winning a Stanley Cup with the Montreal Canadiens. He is a BC Hockey Hall of Fame inductee and NHL Man of the Year.Ryan has been the founding partner in 2 start-up companies, a TV hockey analyst, hockey expert and actor, board and electronic game creator, and the President of a professional hockey team. Ryan has a Master’s Degree in Leadership/Business, he is the recipient of the TEC Canada 2015 Speaker of the Year Award.  And He is the author of 5 books, including his newest book, “Hungry, Fueling Your Best Game”.Thanks for listening!If you would like to check out a LeaderImpact group, contact us at info@leaderimpact.com.Remember, impact starts with you!
If you would like to check out a LeaderImpact group go to https://leaderimpact.ca/join/More information on LeaderImpact NEXT go to https://leaderimpact.ca/next/Show notes and transcript can be found at https://leaderimpact.ca/podcast/*******************************Calvin is the founder and owner of Brightmark, a Salesforce consultancy based in Toronto. He has spent the last 15 years consulting with hundreds of companies on how to deliver stellar customer relationship management experiences through the adoption of cloud technologies.  Calvin understands the specialized needs and true potential of Salesforce for companies in the financial services sector and has also developed a practice helping non-profits take advantage of Salesforce and related technologies.  Before Brightmark, Calvin co-founded another $4M Salesforce consulting firm called Shift CRM.And then he ventured a little further on his entrepreneurial journey and in 2021 he co-founded Lumishield, a Canadian manufacturer of the highest performing mobile air purifiers specifically designed to clean larger spaces. They invented their own air purifier that cleans the air 3-5 times faster than other brands to help customers achieve higher levels of clean air changes per hour. A solution that is mobile and easy to deploy.As Lumishield’s CEO, Calvin leads their go-to-market strategy and business development. He is on a mission to help organizations achieve the highest levels of indoor air quality in their community spaces.He wants to help communities flourish by bringing their people back together indoors safely.Join us now for a conversation with Calvin Quek as we chat about taking bigger financial steps/risks and having a joyfully generous year in your personal, professional, and spiritual journey!Thanks for listening!If you would like to check out a LeaderImpact group, contact us at info@leaderimpact.com.Remember, impact starts with you!
If you would like to check out a LeaderImpact group go to https://leaderimpact.ca/join/More information on LeaderImpact NEXT go to https://leaderimpact.ca/next/Show notes and transcript can be found at https://leaderimpact.ca/podcast/*******************************Have you ever wondered what future generations will say about your life’s impact? For what would you like to be remembered? As a former wealth planning lawyer, Akua Carmichael was a trusted advisor to high net worth individuals but believes that estate planning is important for everyone.Akua is a sought-after speaker for workshops and presentations that provide individuals with the skills and impetus to navigate this somewhat daunting topic, and is the author of an estate planning manual and workbook entitled “My Lifeprint”.Akua is an author and lawyer who juggles a busy life as a wife and mother. She draws on her personal and professional experience to highlight that death is not to be ignored, but rather to be anticipated. Estate planning is a gift you give to others and eternal planning is the gift you give yourself.Thanks for listening!If you would like to check out a LeaderImpact group, contact us at info@leaderimpact.com.Remember, impact starts with you!
If you would like to check out a LeaderImpact group go to https://leaderimpact.ca/join/More information on LeaderImpact NEXT go to https://leaderimpact.ca/next/Show notes and transcript can be found at https://leaderimpact.ca/podcast/*******************************How cross-cultural heritage can create challenges and opportunities in business and faith. Jonathan Friesen was raised in a small Japanese coastal town during the rapid economic growth of the 1960s, attended boarding school in Tokyo in the 70s, and University in Los Angeles in the 80s. After graduating, he settled in Vancouver and began a career in property development, building high-rise communities in the Vancouver downtown core and resorts in the South Seas.The Friesen family eventually retired on the island of Grand Cayman and took part in a charitable housing organization. By 2002, Jonathan was ready to move back to British Columbia to re-engage with the property development world. Jonathan currently serves as CEO of Mission Group Enterprises, which is one of the largest developers in the Okanagan, where he sets corporate growth strategy, casts vision and cultivates strategic partnerships. Friesen also serves on the board of several organizations in BC. With the broad perspective gained by global experience, he has learned that success comes not from fitting in, but by being different.Thanks for listening!If you would like to check out a LeaderImpact group, contact us at info@leaderimpact.com.Remember, impact starts with you!
If you would like to check out a LeaderImpact group go to https://leaderimpact.ca/join/More information on LeaderImpact NEXT go to https://leaderimpact.ca/next/Show notes and transcript can be found at https://leaderimpact.ca/podcast/*******************************Mike has been in sales for most of his life, from his first part-time job selling wicker flower baskets door to door at the age of 13. Today Mike is the Canadian Sales Director for Grote Industries, a global manufacturer and supplier of vehicle lighting and electrical components.Mike has played an instrumental role in the company’s continued growth as a market leader and credits his team and the relationships they have built with their client base for their success.He is passionate about helping leaders reach their full potential in their personal, professional, and spiritual lives. And he promises to leave us inspired as he will share some of his own life stories on how his relationship with God continues to grow.Speaking locally and internationally has become an important part of Mike’s life, and we are excited to be part of that journey!  So, join us now for a conversation with Mike on our personal, professional, and spiritual lives.Thanks for listening!If you would like to check out a LeaderImpact group, contact us at info@leaderimpact.com.Remember, impact starts with you!
If you would like to check out a LeaderImpact group go to https://leaderimpact.ca/join/More information on LeaderImpact NEXT go to https://leaderimpact.ca/next/Show notes and transcript can be found at https://leaderimpact.ca/podcast/*******************************Darci is an inspirational speaker, an award-winning entrepreneur, Canadian Association of Professional Speakers Hall of Fame recipient, a bestselling author, a wife, and a mom, whose simple tool helps individuals reframe the way they look at, and think about their interactions and relationships with others.And in a world where a plethora of self-help books, webinars, and podcasts teach us how to be happier, our guest, Darci Lang fiercely believes that success and happiness are simply a matter of focus.   Focusing on the 90% positive aspect of our reality that can transform our lives. A career spanning three decades, Darci has been sharing tough love with empathy, creating perspective shifts, and having an impact on hundreds of businesses in diverse industries. She helps to transform cultures, employee engagement and in turn, boosts morale and profitability. From farmers, ironworkers, and linesmen to medical professionals, educators and administrative professionals, her connection to her audience is astounding.So, sit tight, and get ready for a conversation with Darci Lang as we chat about focusing on the 90% in your personal, professional, and spiritual journey!Thanks for listening!If you would like to check out a LeaderImpact group, contact us at info@leaderimpact.com.Remember, impact starts with you!
If you would like to check out a LeaderImpact group go to https://leaderimpact.ca/join/More information on LeaderImpact NEXT go to https://leaderimpact.ca/next/Show notes and transcript can be found at https://leaderimpact.ca/podcast/*******************************Devonia began her career helping clients build their own great careers in her role as an Executive Search Consultant.  After 12 years, she transitioned to a career in real estate but soon fell in love with the beautiful homes and the stories that sparked joy in the hearts of the families she met. With that love, Devonia became a Certified Home Stager and completed an Interior Decorating Diploma, and launched the DEBECK Group, Profit Surge Staging, and Devonia DeBeck Interiors.  Devonia has decorated and staged beautiful spaces for both corporate and residential clients, with the goal of creating living and working spaces that people love to live and thrive in. And the journey didn’t stop there!Devonia always found herself championing people, and soon added life coaching to her portfolio. Devonia now coaches clients on how to define the lives they are searching for.Join us now for a conversation with Devonia DeBeck as we chat about The perspective of living a life designed to exceed in our personal, professional, and spiritual life! Thanks for listening!If you would like to check out a LeaderImpact group, contact us at info@leaderimpact.com.Remember, impact starts with you!
If you would like to check out a LeaderImpact group go to https://leaderimpact.ca/join/More information on LeaderImpact NEXT go to https://leaderimpact.ca/next/Show notes and transcript can be found at https://leaderimpact.ca/podcast/**************************************Welcome to a special episode of the LeaderImpact Podcast where we talk with Andrew Denysov.Andrew is Co-Founder and CEO of TechVision Global whose software has been used for McDonalds, Walgreens, and 7-Eleven.  Although TechVision Global is headquartered in Tennessee, Andrew has chosen to work with software developers in Lviv, Ukraine.  Andrew is committed to being a Kingdom builder and this is demonstrated in his volunteer work in providing technical iOS support to the YouVersion Bible app, as well as supporting the church online platform for Life Church, and being part of the global leadership network for the Global Leadership Summit.  Andrew is also a leader and senior pastor assistant  at Hosanna Church in Liviv where he attends with his wife and two young children.Since the Russian invasion of Ukraine on February 24th, Andrew's life along with everyone in Ukraine has changed, and new priorities have become their focus.  Andrew is providing leadership, along with others from Hosanna Church, in the procurement and distribution of essential medical supplies along with providing shelter and assistance to internally displaced people.  His strong leadership skills have well-prepared him for the many logistics involved in getting supplies to those in need.  The church has used up its resources and the pooled personal resources are also being depleted. Impact Bridges Group, a Canadian registered not-for-profit based in Ottawa, is working with Hosanna and others to provide financial support to ensure medical supplies are made available to those in need.  Join us now for a special conversation with Andrew about the war in Ukraine and living out your purpose in uncertain times.Thanks for listening!If you would like to check out a LeaderImpact group, contact us at info@leaderimpact.com.Remember, impact starts with you!
If you would like to check out a LeaderImpact group go to https://leaderimpact.ca/join/More information on LeaderImpact NEXT go to https://leaderimpact.ca/next/Show notes and transcript can be found at https://leaderimpact.ca/podcast/******************Esther is the CEO and one of the founders of Phantom Screens, North America's leading provider of retractable screens for doors, windows, and large openings such as patios, porches, and verandas.Esther has nurtured and grown the corporation to become the leading brand in the retractable screen industry. It began as a dream based in a garage and from there the business grew one screen at a time. Her passion for business is matched by her care for people – believing that Phantom Screens can only be truly successful if it has served its people, its customers, and its business partners with respect and with integrity. Esther’s success is complemented by her belief in values-based leadership and having a solid foundation based on her faith in God. She says, “Without values, there is no secure future for a company or individual. My value system is based upon the fact that I have a higher accountability than to a board of directors!” Outside of her role as Chief Executive, Esther is a member of several local and global boards and a Youth Leader in her church.  Being a country farm girl at heart, she loves nothing more than spending time working in her English garden. And when the gardening season winds down, she loves filling her time antiquing, spending time with her 2 grown daughters, and golfing with her husband.”Join us now for a conversation with Esther de Wolde as we chat about learning to move through life’s ups and downs and getting back on track in your personal, professional, and spiritual journey!Thanks for listening!If you would like to check out a LeaderImpact group, contact us at info@leaderimpact.com.Remember, impact starts with you!
If you would like to check out a LeaderImpact group go to leaderimpact.ca/join/For more information on LeaderImpact NEXT go to leaderimpact.ca/next/Show notes and transcript can be found at leaderimpact.ca/podcast******************Over the course of his career, Garth has held many senior leadership positions in investment management, venture capital, corporate banking, international project financing, private debt placement, and investment banking.After serving as Vice President Project Financing at Bank of Montreal and Vice President of Citibank responsible for Corporate Banking in Eastern Canada, he joined Middlefield Group in 1985, and for many years, he served as CEO of the group’s core investment management business. After stepping back from his full-time duties at Middlefield in 2012, Garth assumed the role of Executive Director of LeaderImpact for several years. This involvement was a catalyst for his recently completed book, More Than Your Business Card.Garth is currently Vice Chairman of Middlefield Group and Special Advisor to the senior management team. He also serves on the national board of directors of Teen Challenge Canada and the board of Catch The Fire Church in Toronto. Garth and his wife Mary are involved in various church leadership roles around the world. They place a high priority on family and, in particular, enjoy spending time with their children and grandchildren.  Join us now for a conversation with Garth Jestley as we chat about our relationship with money in our personal, professional and spiritual life!Remember - impact starts with you!Thanks for listening!If you would like to check out a LeaderImpact group, contact us at info@leaderimpact.com.Remember, impact starts with you!
If you would like to check out a LeaderImpact group go to leaderimpact.ca/join/For more information on LeaderImpact NEXT go to leaderimpact.ca/next/Show notes and transcript can be found at leaderimpact.ca/podcast******************Enoch is the CEO & Co-founder of Rise Above Finance which is focused on providing relationship-based financial coaching, based upon biblical wisdom to achieve financial transformation.He is a highly sought-after speaker, consultant, and board member for his work in the non-profit and business world. With his unique background blend of entrepreneurship, finance, and the creative arts, Enoch has been pioneering interdisciplinary innovation throughout his career.Enoch is a Simon Fraser University Alumni having completed a BBA in Finance and is a holder of the Responsible Investment Specialist designation.He is a current director for Faithtech, Muzewest, and Glorious Art Institute, and is a core organizer for Vancouver Startup Week and LeaderImpact.In his spare time Enoch finds himself bouncing between composing jazz compositions and enjoying anime, yet still finds time to watch Disney movies.Remember - impact starts with you!If you would like to check out a LeaderImpact group go to leaderimpact.ca/join/For more information on LeaderImpact NEXT go to leaderimpact.ca/next/Show notes and transcript can be found at leaderimpact.ca/podcastThanks for listening!If you would like to check out a LeaderImpact group, contact us at info@leaderimpact.com.Remember, impact starts with you!
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