TBLP085 | Anil Gupta: Relationships and Happiness Leader

What is your mission in life? For Anil Gupta, Mindset Expert at Anil Gupta Workshops, it is to reach a billion people by December 31, 2020.  His mission is to inspire, move, and touch people. He lived by a quote from Steve Martin, “Be so great that you cannot be ignored.”

In this episode, Edwin and Anil talked about how forgiveness can give your freedom, why some people are comfortable about being uncomfortable and uncomfortable about being uncomfortable and also how to properly do the Gratitude Exercise.

Do not miss this episode!

What You Will Learn From This Episode

  • Anil taking us back on the time when he met Tony Robbins and got a chance to work with him
  • What is the turning point for Anil to become a coach
  • Listen to Anil’s story on how he went from being broke to being an abundant man
  • What is “The G3”, and how it can make a difference in your everyday life
  • The Gratitude Exercise; how, when and where to do it
  • Why miscommunication is the number one challenge facing the future business leaders
  • Health and foster new relationships; why they are the most important factor a young leader must nurture

Links

Reading List

  • Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill
  • Immediate Happiness: Be Happy NOW Using Practical Steps with Immediate Proven Results by Anil Gupta

Thanks to DJ Dopey, one of Toronto’s top DJ’s, 2003 DMC World Champion, for providing the fresh new intro music, the track is called “Got To Be“.

Thanks to our wonderful episode sponsors

Thanks to media sponsors IT World Canada and Startup Canada.

Thank you for taking the time to listen to this episode.  If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe on your favourite network.

I would love to hear from you, feel free to leave me a message, question, or comment.  If I can, I will play it on air and answer it there.

This podcast is produced by Slingshot VoIP, a business telecommunications leader.

TBLP084 | Daniel Marquez: Innovation Technology Leader

Daniel Marquez is the Technology Strategy Senior Manager in Accenture. His role comprises two main areas of responsibility, one which is client-centric, and the other which is focused on the development of the Strategy practice.

Outside of work, Dan is a hardcore geek. He is geeky from movies to books. Dan played a lot of board games and an escape room master. Dan is also a new dad to Maddie and a loving husband to wife Erica.

In this episode, Edwin and Daniel sat down to discuss the topic of loyalty at work, his plans on being a leader in the technology field and his role in Accenture that will help it to be a fantastic organization. Tune in and enjoy the episode.

What You Will Learn From This Episode

  • The role of Accenture, through the Innovation Fellowship Program, to help companies change from being fine to amazing
  • Dan’s second hat as CEO of University Consulting Group doing pro-bono strategy works
  • How to recognize if a company or organizations are doing something wrong and that it’s time to innovate and change faster
  • Where the problem lies why companies get stuck
  • Dan discussed the right way of moving forward
  • Learn how business leaders could cope in dealing with in today’s business landscape of increasing disruption
  • Three pieces of advice for people who are shaping their careers and want to capture all unanticipated opportunities
  • What helps Dan in building a career in the leadership technologies
  • The key to Dan’s success as a business leader
  • Dan’s thought process on loyalty, work relationships and decisions on career move or moving to other company
  • How to get authentic, honest feedback at work that helps Dan continue to grow as a business leader

Links

Thanks to DJ Dopey, one of Toronto’s top DJ’s, 2003 DMC World Champion, for providing the fresh new intro music, the track is called “Got To Be“.

Thanks to our wonderful episode sponsors

Thanks to media sponsors IT World Canada and Startup Canada.

Thank you for taking the time to listen to this episode.  If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe on your favourite network.

I would love to hear from you, feel free to leave me a message, question, or comment.  If I can, I will play it on air and answer it there.

This podcast is produced by Slingshot VoIP, a business telecommunications leader.

TBLP083 | Thomas Jankowski: Digital Currency Leader

Consider this episode as Cryptocurrency 101 for beginners. Today, Thomas Jankowski, Chief Digital & Growth Officer at Coinsquare sat down with Edwin to discuss what is the buzz about digital currency.

Thomas who is a reader and enjoys sailing in his spare time discussed Coinsquare and its future goal. He explains the concept of cryptocurrency and how we can use it for payment. This is one episode you do not want to miss. Tune in and be a digital currency starter.

What You Will Learn From This Episode

  • Coinsquare as Canada’s leading cryptocurrency exchange and its future goals and plans to become a trusted place for all things crypto and all things digital currency
  • Tom explain his unique thoughts about cryptocurrency revolutionizing the payment system and more
  • How Tom become a better business leader in a fast-paced ever-changing world
  • A strategy that Tom used to led FlightNetwork (his previous company) to succeed in its fast expansion internationally
  • The importance of listening to others, keeping an open mind and lowering our egos according to Tom
  • Tips on how to empower your team and encourage creative thinking
  • Guidance versus mentorship as preferred by Tom

Links

Reading List

Thanks to DJ Dopey, one of Toronto’s top DJ’s, 2003 DMC World Champion, for providing the fresh new intro music, the track is called “Got To Be“.

Thanks to our wonderful episode sponsors

Thanks to media sponsors IT World Canada and Startup Canada.

Thank you for taking the time to listen to this episode.  If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe on your favourite network.

I would love to hear from you, feel free to leave me a message, question, or comment.  If I can, I will play it on air and answer it there.

This podcast is produced by Slingshot VoIP, a business telecommunications leader.

TBLP082 | Dr. Brynn Winegard: Business Brain Expert

In this episode, Edwin sat down with Dr. Brynn Winegard is an award-winning professor, speaker, and expert. Brynn completed her formal education in Neuroscience, Psychology, Marketing, and Strategy (HSBc, MBA, Ph.D.), coupled with over a decade in corporate marketing working for big companies.

Can business and brain Science merge? Find out in today’s episode as Dr. Winegard talked about her interests in neuroscience, psychology, and marketing. She also shares how she comes up with her tagline “Building Better Business Brains”. Listen and enjoy!

What You Will Learn From This Episode

  • Dr. Winegard’s project that stems on the notion that you literally become what you thought (like you can believe yourself into better fitness, better health, and better outcomes)
  • The neuroscience behind our gut feeling
  • Discover how our brains can help us create an external environment that is conducive to achieving our goals
  • How to develop a “believing brain”
  • Winegard’s transition from corporate marketing into building her own proprietary company
  • The thought process that she used to see her full potential and realize that it’s time to move on
  • Advantages of having our brain take a rest on our performance

Links

Reading List

  • From Good to Great by Scott Brouwer
  • Rest: Why You Get More Done When You Work Less by Alex Soojung-Kim Pang

Thanks to DJ Dopey, one of Toronto’s top DJ’s, 2003 DMC World Champion, for providing the fresh new intro music, the track is called “Got To Be“.

Thanks to our wonderful episode sponsors

Thanks to media sponsors IT World Canada and Startup Canada.

Thank you for taking the time to listen to this episode.  If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe on your favourite network.

I would love to hear from you, feel free to leave me a message, question, or comment.  If I can, I will play it on the air and answer it there.

This podcast is produced by Slingshot VoIP, a business telecommunications leader.

TBLP081 | Eric Arnold: Financial Industry Leader

Do you know what you need to maintain your lifestyle when you reach your retirement age? In this episode, Eric Arnold, the Chief Executive Officer at Planswell, an online financial planning software platform will answer it.

Eric headed multiple startups before. His pursuit to become an entrepreneur started when he was a teenager. In the span of 5 years, he was able to start a tea company, online music retailer, and hypnotherapy business.

Today, Edwin and Eric discussed how he started Planswell, what is one characteristic that make it stand out over its competitors and their future plans of expansion. Listen to the episode and enjoy!

What You Will Learn From This Episode

  • What assets you must have to maintain your lifestyle in the future
  • The key to Eric’s success as a business leader
  • Planswell’s unique feature, why it has an edge over their competition
  • If you are an emerging business leader, discover what is the biggest indicator for future success
  • Avoid this early mistake that most starting entrepreneurs do according to Eric
  • Listen to Eric’s strategy on how to start a business that will not break the bank

Links

Reading List

Thanks to DJ Dopey, one of Toronto’s top DJ’s, 2003 DMC World Champion, for providing the fresh new intro music, the track is called “Got To Be“.

Thanks to our wonderful episode sponsors

Thanks to media sponsors IT World Canada and Startup Canada.

Thank you for taking the time to listen to this episode.  If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe on your favourite network.

I would love to hear from you, feel free to leave me a message, question, or comment.  If I can, I will play it on air and answer it there.

This podcast is produced by Slingshot VoIP, a business telecommunications leader.

TBLP080 | Roger Chabra: Chief Innovation Leader

Roger Chabra is the Chief Innovation Office at Tribal Scale. He has decades of experience as a successful technology operator, investor, and entrepreneur. In his free time, he spends it with his young son and family. And not known to others, he is a human Shazam. He admits that he can guess an 80’s track within three seconds of playing it.

In this episode, Edwin and Roger discussed how he was able to emerge as a business leader at the start of the internet popularity. Roger shared his thoughts on finding the right opportunity for you and how to grab it even if you are unqualified. Listen in and write down the nuggets of wisdom you can apply to your startup company.

What You Will Learn From This Episode

  • Roger describing the early years of internet and tell his transition story from becoming a person of computers to finance and becoming a venture capitalist
  • How to stand out with your application and grab your dream position
  • Discover how Roger do something bold and get people to support the idea
  • The three things that Tribal Scale do to help their clients level up their products
  • Where does true innovation come from

Links

Thanks to DJ Dopey, one of Toronto’s top DJ’s, 2003 DMC World Champion, for providing the fresh new intro music, the track is called “Got To Be“.

Thanks to our wonderful episode sponsors

Thanks to media sponsors IT World Canada and Startup Canada.

Thank you for taking the time to listen to this episode.  If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe on your favourite network.

I would love to hear from you, feel free to leave me a message, question, or comment.  If I can, I will play it on air and answer it there.

This podcast is produced by Slingshot VoIP, a business telecommunications leader.

TBLP079 | Claire Adams: Media Leader with Purpose

Claire Adams is the co-CEO of Canada’s premier network for driven Millennials, Notable Life Media Group, Inc. It covers all aspects of millennial life including social, professional, and charitable engagements.

Claire loves food and travel. She is very easy going but works very hard. After taking over Notable Life, 18 months ago, she now looks forward to travelling next year.

In today’s episode, Edwin and Claire touched on the topic of leadership fueled by gratitude. She shared how she starts the day and how it commands the rest of it. Claire also opened up on the challenges of re-branding and transforming an organization with a different culture. This episode is full of nuggets of wisdom you can apply to your organization.

What You Will Learn From This Episode

  • The importance of collaborating with like-minded business leaders
  • Why Claire transitioned from production stage manager to an entry-level position and became an executive producer of live entertainment
  • The difference between a Freelancer and an Entrepreneur
  • How to scale a company while introducing a new strategy
  • Challenges they faced when they took over a company with a different culture
  • Becoming a business leader with compassion and purpose
  • Find out how Claire practices gratitude

Links

Reading List

Thanks to DJ Dopey, one of Toronto’s top DJ’s, 2003 DMC World Champion, for providing the fresh new intro music, the track is called “Got To Be“.

Thanks to our wonderful episode sponsors

Thanks to media sponsors IT World Canada and Startup Canada.

Thank you for taking the time to listen to this episode.  If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe on your favourite network.

I would love to hear from you, feel free to leave me a message, question, or comment.  If I can, I will play it on air and answer it there.

This podcast is produced by Slingshot VoIP, a business telecommunications leader.

TBLP078 | Lori Casselman: Lead by Asking

Lori Casselman is a mother, athlete, and fitness advocate who is passionate in giving back to her community.  She is an experienced executive with a passion for building great teams while making innovation in the health and insurance sectors.

On this episode, Edwin and Lori discussed the importance of asking questions to your team members to received their highest level of performance. Lori shared her leadership style when she is new to the position and how you developed the members of your team to be the next leader.

What You Will Learn From This Episode

  • What one leadership lesson she followed to help her decision making
  • How building relationships helped her grow as an emerging leader
  • What the first thing she does when she takes on a new role
  • Why creating a culture of caring shouldn’t be disconnected from creating a high-performance culture
  • Practical ways to develop team members to become business leaders

Links

Reading List

  • Playing Big: Practical Wisdom for Women Who Want to Speak Up, Create, and Lead by Tara Mohr
  • Educated: A Memoir by Tara Westover

Thanks to DJ Dopey, one of Toronto’s top DJ’s, 2003 DMC World Champion, for providing the fresh new intro music, the track is called “Got To Be“.

Thanks to our wonderful episode sponsors

Thanks to media sponsors IT World Canada and Startup Canada.

Thank you for taking the time to listen to this episode.  If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe on your favourite network.

I would love to hear from you, feel free to leave me a message, question, or comment.  If I can, I will play it on the air and answer it there.

This podcast is produced by Slingshot VoIP, a business telecommunications leader.

TBLP077 | Dr. Laura Lee Copeland: Leading with Compassion

Mindfulness has been a buzzword for this year. Can business leaders practice being mindful? Will it benefit their organization? All these questions will be answered today by Laura Lee Copeland, Chief Medical Information Officer at Healthtech.

In this episode, join Laura and Edwin as they discussed why it’s vital to invest in yourself if you want to get the most out of your ability. Laura also shared her struggles during a difficult transition in her career. Tune in to this episode, to discover the benefits you will get out of meditation and how you can be a leader with compassion.

What You Will Learn From This Episode

  • Laura recounts her journey from being an office manager to a resident doctor and now a physician informaticist
  • Opening up on one of the key decision she had to make and take the risk of being an informaticist
  • How Laura win over the limiting beliefs she had on her head while doing her transition
  • Why meditation can help you focus and being mindful in your business
  • Leadership with compassion, find out what this means

Links

Reading List

Thanks to DJ Dopey, one of Toronto’s top DJ’s, 2003 DMC World Champion, for providing the fresh new intro music, the track is called “Got To Be“.

Thanks to our wonderful episode sponsors

Thanks to media sponsors IT World Canada and Startup Canada.

Thank you for taking the time to listen to this episode.  If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe on your favourite network.

I would love to hear from you, feel free to leave me a message, question, or comment.  If I can, I will play it on air and answer it there.

This podcast is produced by Slingshot VoIP, a business telecommunications leader.

TBLP076 | Jack Newton: Legal Cloud Leader

Jack Newton is the founder of Clio, one of the pioneers of cloud-based practice management. He founded Clio 9 years ago to bring law firms to the cloud. When he is not busy managing Clio, you can found him jumping into the ocean when it’s this time of year, enjoying the warm weather, getting a relief from the hot streak. He is a husband and a father to three young children.

In today’s episode, Edwin and Jack caught up with how Clio educate the legal community on the security-, ethics- and privacy-related issues. He also shared the core values that inspired his team to be in a founder’s mindset.

What You Will Learn From This Episode

  • The challenges lawyers have to face after Law School
  • How Clio will help lawyers adapt to and embrace the changes with technology
  • Find out the two key decisions Jack made to scale their company
  • What is the founder’s mindset and how it helped for client’s retention
  • Draw the Owl and other Clio’s core values that every organization should have

Links

Reading List

Thanks to DJ Dopey, one of Toronto’s top DJ’s, 2003 DMC World Champion, for providing the fresh new intro music, the track is called “Got To Be“.

Thanks to our wonderful episode sponsors

Thanks to media sponsors IT World Canada and Startup Canada.

Thank you for taking the time to listen to this episode.  If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe on your favourite network.

I would love to hear from you, feel free to leave me a message, question, or comment.  If I can, I will play it on air and answer it there.

This podcast is produced by Slingshot VoIP, a business telecommunications leader.