How Being Unstoppable Brings the Light to Dream Big

How has COVID-19 effected your business and personal life? If you are lacking resilience, don’t know how to shift to our new normal you are not alone. Get inspired by our guest Connie Pheiff as she takes us on a journey of taking advantage of the new virtual world to grow. She is the light…

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E25: How Self-Actualization Helps Us Navigate Change

Self-actualization starts with understanding initiation. It works in taking a deep dive into any crisis we are going through, similar to what we are going through in the world right now with COVID. It’s challenging, it takes us away from our comfort zone, it really puts us at the edge. At the same time, those…

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E23: Why Social Media is a Productivity Killer

Addictions to social media are on the rise and are deeply effecting our productivity. There seem to be more minuses than pluses regarding social media from a personal standpoint, and there is damage you may not even realize is happening to you. Our guest Mark Struczewski has answers for us in how we can move…

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How to Get Unstuck from a Toxic Relationship

How we experience relationships of all kinds has everything to do with our productivity on every single level in life. Often a toxic relationship has to do with what Dr. Shaler has coined as being with a Hijackal. Join us and learn how to recognize a relationship that is not lifting us up. Many people…

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Learn How to Come Back from Domestic Abuse and Thrive

After being beaten and abused for years, and nearly dying during childbirth, Rustie MacDonald came back strong. It was a decision made from a place of desperation – the type of moment where there are two choices: die, or live. Literally. Mix that with being raised in poverty – not associated with drug abuse but…

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How One Woman’s Near Death Experience Can Change Your Life

In this episode we follow the journey of a woman misdiagnosed who then had a massive stroke, surgeries, the loss of vision in one eye and paralysis on her right side. She nearly lost her life during surgery. Melisa came back with a vision to change the world, after incredible personal struggle that followed near…

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A Look Back at Canada’s First Food Bank We Are Supporting May 6th

Edmonton's first food bank

(An excerpt from Edmonton’s Food Bank found on their website) Two issues to solve In 1981, the Edmonton Gleaners Association, more commonly known as Edmonton’s Food Bank, was established to solve two issues: hunger was affecting the lives of many people served by local non-profit organizations and edible food was being wasted in the community.…

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