11 episodes

Hi, I’m Andrew Bracewell. I don’t have a degree, haven’t authored a book and to this point in my life, have not done anything that would warrant having a podcast, Except…I’m amazing at one thing. I have a knack for finding extraordinary people and getting them to talk. I think our world is full of amazing people who do amazing things…I don’t mean the famous kind; I mean the everyday kind.
There are people all around us doing awesome shit because they want to. These people fascinate me. I want to talk to them, ask them questions and listen to their answers. Most importantly, I want to tell their stories so that we can all learn from and be inspired by, Everyday Amazing.

Everyday Amazing Andrew Bracewell

    • Philosophy
    • 4.7, 12 Ratings

Hi, I’m Andrew Bracewell. I don’t have a degree, haven’t authored a book and to this point in my life, have not done anything that would warrant having a podcast, Except…I’m amazing at one thing. I have a knack for finding extraordinary people and getting them to talk. I think our world is full of amazing people who do amazing things…I don’t mean the famous kind; I mean the everyday kind.
There are people all around us doing awesome shit because they want to. These people fascinate me. I want to talk to them, ask them questions and listen to their answers. Most importantly, I want to tell their stories so that we can all learn from and be inspired by, Everyday Amazing.

    Leadership in times of conflict... John Radford P.H.D.

    Leadership in times of conflict... John Radford P.H.D.

    In this episode, Andrew takes his turn in the hot seat with his executive coach, John Radford. The two hold a private conversation publicly with two purposes: John wants to use the interview as part of a leadership project he is using for his practice and Andrew wants to shed light on the thought processes that may occur in leaders while in times of conflict. The two discuss the challenges of the COVID-19 Pandemic from both a business and a psychological perspective.

    • 1 hr 5 min
    A new way of life with COVID-19 - Prateek Singh, Sandra Ennis & Shawn Webster

    A new way of life with COVID-19 - Prateek Singh, Sandra Ennis & Shawn Webster

    Andrew podcasts with three amazing humans all from the comfort of their own homes. Prateek Singh, Sandra Ennis, and Shawn Webster share personal insights on the challenges of work and advising people in unprecedented times. The four discuss their strategies and fears while trying to maintain an appropriate level of business. The group shares their family struggles, concerns they have for loved ones, as well as mental and emotional anxieties. They all try to imagine how this Pandemic will change us all forever and reflect on the good they have seen in humanity. This is an authentic conversation that reminds us all of our humanity in this crisis.
    Show Notes:

    Connect with each Speaker online in the following places:

    Prateek Singh:

    http://www.sellingwestcoast.ca/

    IG https://www.instagram.com/selling_west_coast/

    Sandra Ennis:

    www.sandraennis.com

    IG https://www.instagram.com/sandraennisrealestate/

    FB https://www.facebook.com/sandraennisrealestate/

    Shawn Webster:

    https://shawnwebster.ca/

    IG https://www.instagram.com/shawnwebsterremaxlittleoak/

    FB https://www.facebook.com/shawnwebsterrealestate/

    Hosted: Andrew Bracewell @everydayamazingpodcast

    Produced/Edited: Justin Hawkes @Hawkes21

    • 58 min
    Social Savvy and authentically uncensored - Jesse Peters

    Social Savvy and authentically uncensored - Jesse Peters

    The Middle Province Guru of local eats and champion of video marketing, Jesse Peters, gets real on a couch with Andrew in Las Vegas and the conversation has no limits. The two discuss food passions, Jesse’s history as a mascot, the NHL trade deadline and their passion for their hockey teams, ego vs confidence and how the two relate to success, overcoming body image in front of a camera, Jesse’s ascension in the RE/MAX landscape and his video bootcamps. The conversation turns personal as Jesse reveals a struggle publicly for the first time and the two discuss the benefit in letting the world see their flaws. This will make you laugh and cry, and we hope you love listening as much as we loved recording.
    Show Notes:

    Connect with Jesse Peters online in the following places:

    Website: https://www.socialsavvyhomes.ca/

    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mrsocialsavvy/

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JessePetersTeam

    Twitter: https://twitter.com/MrSocialSavvy

    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWWSTQH09uffanu8L7vFKkw

    Hosted: Andrew Bracewell @everydayamazingpodcast

    Produced/Edited: Justin Hawkes @Hawkes21

    • 1 hr 10 min
    Small town girls, big ideas - Jessica Germaine, Brittany Manulak and the Crystal Gala Foundation

    Small town girls, big ideas - Jessica Germaine, Brittany Manulak and the Crystal Gala Foundation

    Jessica Germaine and Brittany Manulak come to visit Andrew and class up the living room. These two women (Along with many others) have played a huge part in the success of the Crystal Gala Foundation, which has raised over 3 million dollars for the fight against breast cancer. Brittany admits she’s a control freak, Jessica pretends that her baking is not a big deal, both can’t stop mentioning wine, and all three laugh a ton as they share stories about the Gala that make it so damn attractive; the family sacrifice, the bond around a kitchen table, and the tears that have been shed to name a few. Time listening here is time well spent.
    Show Notes:
    Connect with The Crystal Gala online in the following places:

    Website: https://www.crystalgala.ca/

    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/crystalgala/

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CrystalGala/

    Hosted: Andrew Bracewell @everydayamazingpodcast

    Produced/Edited: Justin Hawkes @Hawkes21

    • 1 hr 12 min
    The challenge of recovery - Teresa Trask and Debora Jordan

    The challenge of recovery - Teresa Trask and Debora Jordan

    Teresa Trask of, Lifehaven Women’s Support Society and Debora Jordan, of Christine Lamb transitional residence stop by the living room to share their first hand experience and real life stories of the recovery journey for women who battle addiction, abuse and mental health. Teresa shares about her passions for her work, stories that inspire her, challenges she faces and readjusting expectations. Debora was once a client of Lifehaven, and shares from her unique perspective having been addicted and in need of help. Many success stories are shared along with topics including some flaws in the recovery system, the need for more transitional housing, and the role that poverty and mental health play. Give this one a listen!

    • 1 hr 17 min
    Reimagining Masculinity - Brendan Kwiatkowski

    Reimagining Masculinity - Brendan Kwiatkowski

    Brendan Kwiatkowski is a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Edinburgh in Scottland researching adolescents males' beliefs about emotions, school and masculinity and looking at the relationships between all three of those elements. Brendan is in the research phase of his Ph.D. and he is collecting his data in the greater Vancouver region of British Columbia. Andrew and Brendan discuss various aspects of his research including the impacts of messaging from parents and teachers, how we form our masculinity beliefs and the differences in how we raise boys and girls. Brendan shares his affection for Brooklynn nine-nine, and Andrew does his level best to ask great questions and get the most from the conversation.

    • 1 hr 17 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
12 Ratings

12 Ratings

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Truly amazing

One of the best podcasts on the airwaves today!! Thank you Andrew!!

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