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What Are You Driven By?

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On the What Are You Driven By podcast, we are ultimately seeking to understand how we can identify what our purpose is / what we are driven by, and improve the quality of our lives by prioritizing purpose and growth. On the WAYDB podcast, we explore different topics related to motivation, to personal development, and what it takes to live a fulfilling life and a life of purpose.

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In this episode, we talk about Jess Takimoto, the Founder of SHINE, a recent university graduate, full-time entrepreneur, retired dancer, and coffee lover. Jess shares her journey of quitting competitive dance at 16 and feeling lost without her team, fun activities, and stress relief. She discusses how joining a gym led her into the toxic fitness culture, causing struggles with confidence, body image issues, disordered eating, and over-exercising for 5 years. Jess then opens up about discovering group fitness, which changed everything for her. She got certified at 18 and began teaching at her university gym, where she developed the SHINE format. Listen in as Jess explains how combining fun, challenging classes with empowering messages made SHINE take off!
In this episode we have a conversation about labels and not letting them define you with Damion Murray from Simple Touch Solutions. Damion Murray is a seasoned sales professional with over 20 years of experience, including a notable 7-year tenure at Samsung. Having owned multiple businesses, Damion's passion for branding has emerged as a driving force. With a keen eye for aesthetics and a commitment to finding practical solutions, Damion specializes in empowering small businesses and individuals through effective branding strategies.
In this episode we dive into Sonia Sheechoria's journey from a career professional to a small business owner and a career coach. Learn about how the negative advice of a professor that she looked up to weighed on her and slowed her down. Once she learned to listen to her gut, everything changed.
Meet Shallima Maharaj, Reporter and Anchor for Global News who shares her career and personal journey through doubt and challenges as she travelled across Canada exploring her potential. Shallima Maharaj is an award-winning journalist with Global Toronto. She joined the team in 2017, after reporting extensively throughout western Canada. She has provided comprehensive pandemic news coverage over the past two years on equitable vaccine distribution, urgent calls for paid sick leave, combatting misinformation, and hospitals pushed to the brink by mounting COVID-19 cases. Shallima has covered a diverse range of stories across the country. She has been a key part of live federal and provincial election coverage, and other major news events.
In this episode Drew shares her story of transcendence as she transformed her mindset and her life as a nail technician to a world-travelling Goal Setting Strategiest.
In this episode we talk about what it means to take risks in order to pursue your goals and dreams in addition to the challenges that you might face along the way. Jesse Read is the Founder of Dropout Entertainment, a creative hub for music artists in Canada. Dropout Entertainment offers videography, photography, writing, editing, design and merchandising to artists of all sizes across Canada. Whether you’re a budding artist gearing up to release your first single or a multi-platinum sensation seeking cutting-edge content, we’ve got you covered across the artistic spectrum. https://dropoutentertainment.ca/
In this episode we dive in Delisa Abraham's story of leadership as a veteran as a mother and as an entrepreneur. She faced many obstacles and shifted into new versions of herself to meet the challenge
In this episode we talk about how discouraging failure can be especially when it starts to pile up all at the same time. This episode is a reminder that failure can be valuable as long as we have gather the insights and learned the lessons that failure teaches us. We make failure valuable by being able to explain WHY a strategy did not work.
In this episode we look at 5 key traits of perfectionism to help you determine if you display any perfectionist tendencies. Perfectionists are overly critical, focus only on results, have a fear of failure, procrastinate and get defensive.
In this episode, we explore ways to build confidence. We talk about 3 things we should stop doing that are actually killing our confidence: over-apologizing, overuse of filler words, disrespecting your time. In order to build confidence we need to develop the right mindset and practice the activities that we are not confident at. Redefine yourself and take action. Confidence is practice and repetition.
In this episode we talk about what motivation means to us and reasons our January motivation dwindles throughout the year. As a bonus we spoke to high-performing business owners and members of the DRIVEN Community to find out what strategies they use to boost their motivation.
Neuro-Associations

Neuro-Associations

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This episode discusses the how neuro-associations or our mental links between our experiences and our emotions guide our behaviour.
In this episode we discuss 15 of the 30 Major Causes of Failure from Napoleon Hill's classic novel Think and Grow Rich. We dive into many insights that could be preventing you from succeeding.
In this episode we discuss 15 of the 30 Major Causes of Failure from Napoleon Hill's classic novel Think and Grow Rich. We dive into many insights that could be preventing you from succeeding.
In this episode we take a practical look at motivation, discussing the differences between internal and external motivation and when they can be used to get the job done! Regardless of internal or external motivation, sometimes its commitment that we need to bridge the gap.
My Story

My Story

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Most people don't achieve their goals because they focus more on the results than on the habits that get them to where they want to go. Does that sound like you? It's time to think about your habits and the future that they are creating.
Most people don't achieve their goals because they focus more on the results than on the habits that get them to where they want to go. Does that sound like you? It's time to think about your habits and the future that they are creating.
We all go through painful experiences in our lives, but do we truly understand how they impact us and the consequences of not dealing with those negative emotions? Do we truly realize what we can learn from those experiences and how they can give us purpose? Let's explore in this episode of the WAYDB podcast.
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