110 episodes

The name "No Schedule Man" has followed Kevin Bulmer around since he wrote a song of the same name in 2007. To be a "No Schedule Man" is to accept impermanence, embrace change, always be moving forward while letting go of what cannot be controlled. 

"Journeys with the No Schedule Man" celebrates that spirit, exploring and encouraging personal & professional growth by discovering and sharing the journeys of real people who have challenged themselves to expand and grow into their potential.

Topics range from health & wellness, mental health, relationships, fitness, creativity, business & entrepreneurial pursuits, positivity, contribution, mindset and meditation.

Journeys with the No Schedule Man Kevin Bulmer

    • Entrepreneurship

The name "No Schedule Man" has followed Kevin Bulmer around since he wrote a song of the same name in 2007. To be a "No Schedule Man" is to accept impermanence, embrace change, always be moving forward while letting go of what cannot be controlled. 

"Journeys with the No Schedule Man" celebrates that spirit, exploring and encouraging personal & professional growth by discovering and sharing the journeys of real people who have challenged themselves to expand and grow into their potential.

Topics range from health & wellness, mental health, relationships, fitness, creativity, business & entrepreneurial pursuits, positivity, contribution, mindset and meditation.

    Ep. 102: The Story of Paradigm Shift Central - Brendon Culliton

    Ep. 102: The Story of Paradigm Shift Central - Brendon Culliton

    Now us much as ever, it sure seems like a fine time for global shift in consciousness.

    But who's going to lead it?

    Luckily, I know a guy.

    Brendon Culliton is the founder and leader of Paradigm Shift Central, a portal for consciousness shifting media and a global team of shifters.

    • 1 hr 42 min
    Ep. 101: The Story of Zen'za Pizzeria - Wayne & Jocelyn DeGroot

    Ep. 101: The Story of Zen'za Pizzeria - Wayne & Jocelyn DeGroot

    This is really a love story.

    Love of what we do, how we do it ... and of each other.

    Zen’za Pizzeria in London, Ontario, Canada is one of those all-too-rare, very special kinds of places that warm your spirit the moment you pass through the doors.

    This is their story

    • 1 hr 39 min
    Ep. 100: The Story of the Better Business Expo - John Reiser

    Ep. 100: The Story of the Better Business Expo - John Reiser

    If you own or operate your own business, you’ll appreciate and relate to this conversation. Especially if you are in the event management business. 

    Like so many of the rest of us, John Reiser’s path into the business that he now operates was anything but linear. The opportunity found him just as much as he found it. The story of how it has all evolved is interesting and valuable to hear, and that’s what we cover in this episode.

    • 1 hr 6 min
    Ep. 99: The Story of Cafezia Coffee - Natalie White

    Ep. 99: The Story of Cafezia Coffee - Natalie White

    How well do you feel you know who you really are … and are not?

    A strong sense of self awareness is always a good idea, but it’s not just a character trait of the emotionally mature. It’s an essential component of running a successful business.

    Awareness, values, curiosity and consciousness are all themes that ran through what Natalie White, owner of Cafezia Coffee, shared in this lively conversation.

    • 1 hr 10 min
    Ep. 98: The Story of Me & C - Carolyn Holdsworth

    Ep. 98: The Story of Me & C - Carolyn Holdsworth

    Carolyn Holdsworth is the printmaker, storyteller and creative mind behind Me & C clothing. Her story is one of creativity, resourcefulness and discovery.

    Among other things, we discussed:

    ~ What led her to the workshop that introduced her to screen-printing.

    ~ How she went about creating the business, step-by-step.

    ~ What the first experience was like, making her clothing available for sale.

    ~ Where the name “Me & C” came from.

    • 51 min
    Ep. 97: The Story of Play On! - Scott Hill

    Ep. 97: The Story of Play On! - Scott Hill

    Play On! is Canada's largest hockey tournament and sports festival, holding the Guinness record as largest street hockey tournament in the world. 

    The Play On! program operated nationally between 2004 and 2017, in partnership with the CBC’s Hockey Night in Canada for the last ten of those seasons.

    Scott Hill is the founder of Play On! and in this conversation, he shares a great amount detail about the event he helped to create

    • 1 hr 11 min

Customer Reviews

AmberwoodSuperFan ,

Such an engaging interviewer

Kevin's interviews flow so easily and his discussions are very engaging. Likewise, he has a diverse guest list; loads of inspiration, honesty and wisdom.

Gord Sheppard ,

Get ready to get your greatness on!

For someone who is constantly thinking about the future and forgetting to enjoy today, this podcast is a gift. Kevin is not afraid to say it like it is, which not only brings out the best in his guests (see how often they say 'that's a great question'), but also makes me grapple with tough questions (ie. what would you do if today was your last day?). I really appreciate his authentic approach and would recommend this show to anyone who wants to get their own greatness on and positively transform their life.

HypnoJeanne ,

Enjoyable!

This podcast is growing momentum! Lots of food for thought here. Enjoy!

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