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

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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.

TBLP068 | Hamza Khan: The Burnout Gamble

Today, Edwin chat with Hamza Khan, Managing Director of Student Life Network, keynote speaker, and author. He empowers people and businesses to transform ideas into action. Hamza is also a faculty member at Ryerson University and the co-founder of Skills Camp, a school for soft skill.

When he is not busy leading these companies, Hamza loves to watch movies. He is a sucker for horror movies and apart from that he also loves to travel. In this interview, Hamza shared his strategy of continuously growing as a business leader, and how he was able to turn his knowledge of burnout into a book.

What You Will Learn From This Episode

  • What are the Four Ingredients of Purpose
  • What are ARC and its role for Hamza’s growth as a business leader
  • How does Hamza apply ARC on his team members and clients
  • Discover  a way to better your resistance to stress
  • Find out the health epidemic of the 21st century
  • What are the 12 stages of burnout
  • Learn the three steps to overcome burnout
  • Find out the only skill you need to beat AI

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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.