Jamie Salé, former Olympic gold medalist and world champion in figure skating, is a motivational coach and speaker in Edmonton. She talks about being an entrepreneur, the connection between sports and business, and dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mario Toneguzzi, our Calgary host, talks about some of the lessons he’s learned working in quarantine with COVID-19. Great perceptions which we can all learn from.
Lilly Wang of Lilly Wang Coaching in Edmonton is driven to help people take an entrepreneurial, creative, and still a systematized approach to achieving their goals. She works as a consultant and coach include partnerships with the World Health Organization (the United Nations), the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and multiple startups and grassroots projects around the world. In addition to this corporate, or “serious” background, she has also trained with top thought leaders in the realm of personal & business development and quantum physics (universal laws).
COVID-19 is challenging and impacting entrepreneurs across Canada. Many of us are wondering how our businesses will make it through the weeks and months ahead. Canada’s Podcast will be introducing new items and opinions from some of Canada’s leading entrepreneurs, past guests and our own team. We can learn from each other by sharing our experiences and learning from each other. As a community, we are in this together. Today, Calgary host Bonnie Elgie chats with Leandro Dumlao and Philip Bliss, the two gentlemen behind Canada’s Podcast and its parent company, Perceptible Group.
Dan Kelly, President of the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) talks about the impact the coronavirus (COVID-19) is having on Canadian entrepreneurs, the government response and what still needs to be done.
Kirsta Franke is founder and owner of Wild Heart Collective which has succeeded in Edmonton by creating from the heart. Offering mindfully curated community events like the 124 Grand Market, All is Bright and the Winter Shake-Up Festival & Market, as well as high level dynamic celebrations like Edmonton’s first Nuit Blanche.