11 episodes

We want to know when, how and why our guest small business owners experienced growth and scale. Regardless of how that growth was initiated, we are interested to hear about how it happened, what they did to handle it and their tips and tricks for re-creating it based on experience.

We also key in on stories about Team Leadership and Personal High Performance Habits. We want to hear about both, based on our guest's experience because oftentimes success here serves as the foundation for business growth.

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We want to know when, how and why our guest small business owners experienced growth and scale. Regardless of how that growth was initiated, we are interested to hear about how it happened, what they did to handle it and their tips and tricks for re-creating it based on experience.

We also key in on stories about Team Leadership and Personal High Performance Habits. We want to hear about both, based on our guest's experience because oftentimes success here serves as the foundation for business growth.

    E11: Ted Fleming of Partake Brewing

    E11: Ted Fleming of Partake Brewing

    The success of Partake Brewing is a testament to the power of engaged communities in the purest sense. Fleming had been serving a community that he, himself was a part of - filling a gap in the market for non-alcoholic beer drinkers in a genuine way that can only be borne out of lived experience. The hallmark of engagement, however, is two-way communication. By listening to this community, Fleming was able to identify an opportunity, and when the Partake Kickstarter campaign launched, it surpassed the funding goal in three hours. Listener discretion is advised - this episode will have anyone passionate about a great idea inspired into action.

    • 38 min
    E10: Robert Price of Bōde Canada

    E10: Robert Price of Bōde Canada

    From a young age, Robert had a first-hand look at what it means to work hard, think big, move fast and slow down when necessary. Ingrained with an insatiable thirst for business and entrepreneurism, Robert takes us back through his early days as an entrepreneur and then as a key growth lever at Axia. Building new ideas into a new business isn't easy, it's not for the faint of heart but Robert explains how this desire has resulted in his newest venture that is certainly shaking up the traditional Real Estate sales industry.

    • 45 min
    E09: Shawn Freeman of Fully Managed

    E09: Shawn Freeman of Fully Managed

    For this week's episode we have the pleasure of welcoming Shawn Freeman onto the show. Shawn is a self-proclaimed geek and boundary-pusher. He is a lover of technology and subscribes to the notion of being productive instead of busy (which he touches on in this episode).

    He is the founder and CEO of the managed IT services company TWT group which has now merged with Fully Managed. Throughout his impressive career, Shawn has experienced a lot of growth and we're so excited to dive deeper into this story.

    Happy to have you here with us!

    • 37 min
    E08: Ryan Gill of Communo

    E08: Ryan Gill of Communo

    Ryan Gill is the co-founder and CEO of suitcase collective back in 2002. He grew this business, scaled it and sold it. He then became one of the co-founders of Cult Collective and The Gathering.

    Right now he is the CEO and co-founder of Communo. This is his effort to fix a lot of issues he has seen with the marketing industry today.

    He has experienced a long 20 year journey in this industry and has so many gems to share with us on our 8th episode.

    Enjoy!

    • 49 min
    E07: Sheenah Rogers-Pfeiffer of Anstice

    E07: Sheenah Rogers-Pfeiffer of Anstice

    Sheenah is a seasoned strategist with experience in public, private and non profit sectors, focusing specifically on public and community relations, sales and marketing, brand strategy and customer experience.

    She is an advocate for a shift in the means and modes of marketing communications, insisting that business relevant impact demonstrated through human insights and strategy.

    She founded Anstice Communications, and agency that focuses on issues management, public relations marketing digital transformation and research.

    Anstice is one of Canada's leading strategic firms, but Sheenah has not stopped here. She has now embarked on a new adventure, with a tech start up she calls "Arie," which she expands on more int this episode.

    Enjoy!

    • 39 min
    E06: Chris Kneeland of Cult Collective

    E06: Chris Kneeland of Cult Collective

    Chris Kneeland in a prior life was the marketing manager for John Deer and Home Depot. He moved on to be the CEO of the agency Watermark, which lead him to start Cult and Communo, his two areas of focus at present day.

    Chris is a heavy hitter in the marketing game but also cares about building real community around the profession. He most clearly demonstrates this through his co-creation of The Gathering, a "Forbes Top Marketing Conference" and place where heads of the world's top brands all come to share.

    We're honoured to have him on the show and we know you'll receive something encouraging from his words on this episode.

    • 44 min

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