Life is so much better when you are having fun. And oftentimes, the best businesses, inventions, and ideas come from those who are curious, open, and young at heart. That is why we put a spotlight on those who go through life with an open heart and mind and end up making a meaningful impact along the way. From successful CEOs and founders, to professors from places like Harvard and Stanford and everything in between, our guests showcase the importance of being Young at Heart.
Overcoming fears as an entrepreneur with Stefany Nieto
This week we are thrilled to have Stefany Nieto on our show.
Stefany Nieto is the Founder and Executive Director of Green Iglu, an award-winning food-security start-up that builds food production facilities in remote communities across Canada, including the Arctic. She is also the Co-founder and COO of Gwella which aims to build the most accessible and Promethean over-the-counter portfolio of mushroom products that amplify individual and community wellness.
Tune in to today’s episode to learn more about how she overcomes her fears as an entrepreneur.
Making decisions based on courage and not fear
This week we are thrilled to have Kim Langen on our show.
Kim Langen is the CEO and Co-founder of Spirit of Math, an innovative leader in after school Math tuition. With over 30 years of success moving into over 40 campuses across Canada, USA and Pakistan, her focus is on high performance students.
Tune in to today’s episode to learn about her experiences throughout life which lead to this powerhouse of a company.
Creating a Culture of Joy with Jacqueline Jennings
This week we are thrilled to have Jacqueline Jennings on our show.
Jacqueline is an Associate of Raven Indigenous Capital Partners and a Director of the Fireweed Fellowship Program. The Fireweed Fellowship Program is the first national accelerator program for Indigenous entrepreneurship. The goal of Raven Indigenous Capital Partners is to accelerate the success of indigenous social enterprises by providing access to capital and bespoke technical assistance, within an Indigenous cultural framework.
Tune into today's episode to find out more about these exciting companies that aim to support indigenous entrepreneurs.
Disrupting How we Finance Higher Education with Suzanne Tyson
Suzanne Tyson is the Founder and CEO of Higher Ed Points, an organization that helps students fund their higher education through loyalty points. Prior to this she has held roles in educational publishing companies and in the loyalty industry.
Tune into today’s episode to learn more about how you can support the higher education goals of your loved ones.
Understanding Your Own Behavior is the First Step to Building a Business - Brianne Miller
As Marine Biologist turned Entrepreneur, Brianne Miller aims to achieve zero waste, connect people to the environment and to come up with cool and creative solutions to complex conservation problems. She is the co-founder of NADA, Vancouver’s package free grocery store, which links buyers to suppliers and offers healthy local and unpackaged products.
Tune into today's episode to learn more about Brianne’s experiences that lead to the success story of NADA.
Having a Direction And enjoying the Path Towards Entrepreneurship - Tania Lo
Tania Lo is the CEO and Co-Founder of Tandem Innovation Group which is at the forefront of the co-creation economy and the growing demand for outsourced experts.
Tune in to hear how a simple expedition turned her life around.
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