5 episodes

Leaving the sports world can be a difficult experience, especially if you aren’t sure what your next shift is going to be.

Judi Gilbert, a former University hockey player and now a business leadership coach and consultant, will introduce you to other athletes who have made the successful transition to the business world.

You will hear the tactics that they used to turn their experience into a successful new career and how you can too.

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Leaving the sports world can be a difficult experience, especially if you aren’t sure what your next shift is going to be.

Judi Gilbert, a former University hockey player and now a business leadership coach and consultant, will introduce you to other athletes who have made the successful transition to the business world.

You will hear the tactics that they used to turn their experience into a successful new career and how you can too.

    The Next Shift ep 5 - Randy Uens

    The Next Shift ep 5 - Randy Uens

    On this episode of The Next Shift, I am joined by hockey player-turned entrepreneur Randy Uens. After a career in Canadian and European senior hockey, Randy found success in the business world, including an appearance on the Dragon’s Den television show where he convinced all of the dragons to be part of his start-up.

    He is currently transforming one successful business and helping another start-up get off the ground. Randy talks about teamwork and how he used what he learned playing hockey to help him find success after the game.

    • 23 min
    The Next Shift ep 4 - Dennis Hull

    The Next Shift ep 4 - Dennis Hull

    On this episode of The Next Shift, I am joined by my uncle Dennis Hull. Dennis played more than 1,000 games in the National Hockey League and was a five-time NHL all-star. Dennis is the author of the book The Third Best Hull and is a celebrated guest speaker.

    • 25 min
    The Next Shift ep 3 - Jackie Jarrell

    The Next Shift ep 3 - Jackie Jarrell

    On this episode of The Next Shift, I am joined by Jackie Jarrell, a former NCAA hockey player who has also played in 10 world championships with Canada’s inline hockey team. Jackie suffered a severe concussion during her time at Mercyhurst University but rebounded from that setback to earn university degrees in education and exercise science.
    Jackie now helps other athletes reach their goals at her state-of-the-art training facility - Gold Performance Training.

    We talk a lot about resilience on this show and Jackie’s story is an inspirational journey from the rink to the business world.

    Find out more about what Jackie is up to at goldperformancetraining.com.

    • 21 min
    The Next Shift ep 2 - Joe Shunock

    The Next Shift ep 2 - Joe Shunock

    On this episode of The Next Shift, I am joined by Joe Shunock, who has been a realtor in the Belleville, Ontario region for nearly 30 years. Joe grew up in Sault Ste. Marie but his travels as an Ontario Hockey League goaltender brought him to his new home.
    Joe talks to us about the difficult decision that he faced deciding when it was the right time to hang up his hockey dreams for good and the identity changes that he went through in that process. He also talks about how goaltending helped him learn the critical skill of focus that helps him find success in his career today.

    • 19 min
    The Next Shift ep. 1 - Nick Foley

    The Next Shift ep. 1 - Nick Foley

    Welcome to the very first episode of The Next Shift.
    This episode of The Next Shift features Nick Foley, an entrepreneur, author and speaker who has created an amazing life for himself after his career as an Ontario Hockey League and Canadian University goaltender.

    Nick is driven by the desire to perpetuate an environment of self-worth, acceptance, and empowerment in families, schools, businesses, and communities. He demonstrates this through the lifestyle he leads and the social businesses he has started.

    In 2015, Nick cycled across Canada to speak about the inclusion of all people and the importance of creating a culture of understanding and acceptance.

    In this episode, we talk about servant leadership and make sure to stick around until the end when Nick tells why he starts every day at 4:45 a.m.

    Fin out more about Nick and what he is up to today at nickfoley.com.

    • 24 min

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