Eric is a curious jack-of-all-trades who gave up his house, car, and engineering career 10 years ago to backpack around the world. Today he is a youth educator, TEDx speaker, and advocate for bald men everywhere. The Eric Ibey Podcast is an entertaining conversation with interesting, thought-provoking, and all-around awesome people.
#23 - Should English-speaking Canadians learn to speak French?
This is a solo episode. I felt inspired to create it after reading the following article in CBC News:TDSB needs millions to ensure safe return to school in fall, says it may have to cut FrenchI didn't start learning French until I was an adult but I...
#22 - Bryan McDonald
Bryan "B-Mac" McDonald is an outdoorsman, nature lover, plumber, hunter, angler, and entertaining storyteller. From hunting deer, elk, and mountain lions through the mountains of Colorado to crab fishing in British Columbia to moose hunting in...
#21 - Amanda Kennedy
Amanda L. Kennedy is Haudenosaunee and an Indigenous Woman Innovator. She is an Indigenous Youth and Women Activist, Innovative Consultant, Educator and Strategic Planner. She is a self-taught, self-made, social entrepreneur and the Founder of two...
#20 - Melonie de Guzman
Melonie is a digital media maven working on high profile digital projects since 2005, before Twitter was even a thing! She is inspired to teach people how to project manage their lives by applying the skills learned from 15 years of projects, because...
#19 - Ryan McCarty
Ryan McCarty is an author, international renowned speaker, and the Co-Founder of Culture of Good, Inc.After creating and implementing a wildly successful Culture of Good movement at the largest Verizon Authorized Wireless Retailer, in which he...
#18 - Paul Simard
Paul Simard is the Director of Community and Impact Partnerships at the UN Refugee Agency, a TEDx speaker, and Founder of HuMENity, a new paradigm for boys and men to create a new future for themselves, their families, and their communities because the...
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Love this podcast
Eric is a great conversationalist. Great listener, with thoughtful questions. I like that he gets into interesting and vulnerable topics, but there’s also a lightness and fun to it. I’m a fan, and I’m very glad he’s doing this. I get to hear about things that I’ve never really thought of before and perspectives that I might have never considered. I wouldn’t mind one bit if they were longer... keep it up and thank you :)