I meet people every day with incredible life stories and lessons to share. But the vast majority of daily media is focused on superficial, transactional news. So I started doing in-depth interviews with those people to find out what they’ve learned and how all of us can benefit from their experience. Are you ready to start digging deep?
#7 Elizabeth Manley: Rebuilding Yourself, Reinvention, and the Art of Starting Again
Olympic silver medal winner Elizabeth Manley talks candidly about leadership, impossible choices, achieving her dreams and then finding her true calling; her "medal in life," overcoming Olympic-sized obstacles, and finding the strength to go from Canada's Sweetheart to something much more substantial.
#6 Tracy Moore: Finding Your Voice and Using it Kindly
Daytime TV host Tracy Moore talks about the challenges of advocating for herself, being a leader in conversations about race, how she reclaimed her voice, teaching her children about survival, and why we have to move from empathy to change.
#5 Tom Green: The Risk of Not Trying
Groundbreaking comedian Tom Green talks about the huge risk of not trying, absorbing setbacks, mitigating pressure, expanding your range, the lessons from his cancer treatment and his life in quarantine, and why he's taking an RV trip across America.
#4 Bernadette Clement: Leadership through Listening and Consensus
Bernadette Clement, the first Black woman to be mayor of an Ontario city, talks about finding the confidence to be first, why listening is good leadership, seeking consensus as power, harnessing your identity for strength, and recognizing turning points.
#3 Daniel Dale: Seizing Opportunity and Finding Your Niche
CNN's Daniel Dale talks about developing your niche, how to avoid doing what other people expect, seizing opportunity, the lessons from covering Rob Ford and Donald Trump, harnessing the power of Twitter, the future of truth in politics, and his love of karaoke rapping and country music.
#2 Jenni Sidey-Gibbons: Back Yourself
Astronaut Jenni Sidey-Gibbons talks about how she learned to back herself and get out of her own way, why not everything can be solved, picking role models wisely, extreme risk management and why you don't train for a good day in space, and how to get more girls interested in science and technology.
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How to build intentional inclusion
Excellent perspective from Tracy Moore on building kinder, more equitable systems. Loved hearing an unfiltered view from a successful woman of colour.
Great questions from an experienced interviewer that lead to some revealing insights from guests. Sutcliffe does an excellent job of mixing probing questions with affable demeanour to entice his guests to truly open up.
Fantastic questions that really got the the core of the interviewee. Loved it!